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APTN 1830
AP-APTN-1830 Prime News -Final Sunday, 25 November 2012 Prime News Egypt Protest 3 01:07 AP Clients Only Night clashes as protest against Morsi's presidential decree continues Egypt Protest 2 01:44 AP Clients Only Clashes between riot police and protesters angered by Morsi's decrees Egypt Press 01:26 AP Clients Only Press Syndicate meeting turns violent as members clash over draft constitution Syria Rebels 01:13 See Script Amvid said to show Syrian rebels capturing air base near Damascus Egypt Judges 01:41 AP Clients Only Reactions as Egypt's judges call for nationwide strike against presidential decree Turkey Syria 01:44 AP Clients Only View across border of Free Syrian Army rebels gathering in show of strength MidEast Abbas 00:43 AP Clients Only Abbas prepares for US trip as he seeks UN recognition for state of Palestine US Accident 01:49 See Script Car crashes into house in Pasadena Cuba Colombia 01:22 AP Clients Only Peace talks continue between Colombian government and FARC UK Weather 2 01:48 No Access UK/Al Jazeera English/Bloomberg Severe storms hit UK; widespread floods, at least two dead Spain Elections 2 01:44 AP Clients Only Head of regional government, Artur Mas casts ballot, speaks to media Qatar Climate Preview 03:10 AP Clients Only +4:3 Governments to meet for new round of talks on crafting a global climate treaty Vatican Cardinals 2 02:05 AP Clients Only Benedict XVI asks worshippers to pray for six new Cardinals B-u-l-l-e-t-i-n begins at 1830 GMT. AP-WF-11-25-12 1909GMT
8 p.m.: [December 15, 2022 program]
A2 / France 2
APTN / RS 055 / 7:05 AM / OUT 8:43 AM
07:21:26 static Baghdad (?) location with smoke in background 07:47:47 natsot calls to prayer over static shot of city 08:03:24 Slrag Sahran, troops and people 08:04:20 car with bullet holes 08:16:32 heavy smoke over highway iin Baghdad, *** 08:17:35 NIraq Ansar, night shot 08:34:33 demo in street 08:34:54 demo resumes 08:36:10 Bahrain demo, 08:37:13 police with shields 08:42:28 pope speaking DIFFERENT LOG / SAME TC / SAME RS 07:19:02 live baghdad - smoke in distance 08:09:51 south iraq POWs DATELINE: Desert - 22 March 2003 ++FOX - No Access North America/UK/24 hours news access/No Library MUST COURTESY - Fox News++ 1. Mid shot of six Iraqi prisoners of war (PoW's) in back of truck, US soldier walks past 2. Mid shot PoW's sitting in back of truck 3. US troops, then pan to truck 4. Mid shot truck and PoW's, US soldier walking past 08:15:18 iraq damage DATELINE: Baghdad - 22 March 2003 1. People sitting in back of moving truck 2. Black plumes of smoke over Baghdad 3. Moving shot towards black smoke 4. Various close ups thick black smoke 5. Traffic driving towards black smoke 6. Truck transporting missile, believed to be al-Samoud type 7. Mid shot protesters holding banners: "No War, No Sanctions", then pan 8. Mid shot protester chanting 9. Wide shot protest 10. APTN truck in background, protest in foreground 08:17:36 northern iraq ansar DATELINE: 22 March 2003 KURDSAT - APTN Clients Only, Mandatory Credit: Courtesy Kurdsat TV North-eastern Iraq - Overnight 21-22 March 2003 Night shots: 1. Various wide shots of explosions from US-led attack on alleged Ansar al-Islam targets in north-eastern Iraq 2. Fires burning in distance APTN - APTN Clients Only Halabja, Kurdish-controlled Iraq near border with Iraqi-controlled territory - 22 March 2003 Day shots: 3. Wide shot of village and anti-Iraqi militia fighters 4. Various shots of local anti-Iraqi militia holding banners welcoming US alliance forces 5. Group of women watching 6. Militia fighters in defensive trenches near village 7. Various shots of militia fighters with weapons in hilltop fort 8. Wide shot of local town 9. Wide shot of defensive fort above local town 10. Various shots of militia fighters 08:21:22 helicopter wrap DATELINE: Gulf/Qatar/ London - 22 March 2003 UK POOL - APTN Clients Only HMS Ark Royal - Persian Gulf 1. Close up of helicopter arriving 2. Various of helicopters (not those involved in the crash) landing on deck 3. Man holding propeller blade in place 4. People carrying items away from helicopter APTN - APTN Clients Only US CENTCOM Forward Headquarters, Qatar 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Group Captain Al Lockwood, Chief Royal Airforce Spokesman: "In the early hours of this morning, two Royal Navy Sea King helicopters collided over international waters in the North Arabian Gulf. Sadly I have to report that all seven crew members on board were killed." 6. Cutaway to cameraman 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Group Captain Al Lockwood, Chief Royal Airforce Spokesman "The actual cause, no (we do not know it). We're obviously investigating it as quickly as possible to establish what caused the accident to ensure that there is no repetition. But our thoughts are at this time with the family, friends, and colleagues of those who were involved in the accident." 8. Cutaway to cameras SKY - NO UK/IRELAND/CNNI/EURONEWS/NET London, England 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Geoff Hoon, British Secretary of Defence "Can I say first of all that I'm sorry that I have to confirm that two Sea King Mark 7 Royal Navy helicopters were involved in a mid-air collision over international waters south of Iraq. I can confirm that seven air crew are missing, a search and rescue mission has been mounted, but as yet no survivors have been found. Our priority at this time is to notify the next of kin at the earliest opportunity. The cause of the accident is being investigated, and although this will be of no comfort to the families concerned, the crash is not believed to be the result of enemy action. I hope that you will understand why we cannot give further information until next of kin have been contacted." UK POOL - APTN Clients Only HMS Ark Royal - Persian Gulf 10. Fuel being put into helicopter 11. Crew standing at rear of helicopter 12. Various of man working on top of helicopter DATELINE: Gulf/Qatar/ London - 22 March 2003 UK POOL - APTN Clients Only HMS Ark Royal - Persian Gulf 1. Close up of helicopter arriving 2. Various of helicopters (not those involved in the crash) landing on deck 3. Man holding propeller blade in place 4. People carrying items away from helicopter APTN - APTN Clients Only US CENTCOM Forward Headquarters, Qatar 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Group Captain Al Lockwood, Chief Royal Airforce Spokesman: "In the early hours of this morning, two Royal Navy Sea King helicopters collided over international waters in the North Arabian Gulf. Sadly I have to report that all seven crew members on board were killed." 6. Cutaway to cameraman 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Group Captain Al Lockwood, Chief Royal Airforce Spokesman "The actual cause, no (we do not know it). We're obviously investigating it as quickly as possible to establish what caused the accident to ensure that there is no repetition. But our thoughts are at this time with the family, friends, and colleagues of those who were involved in the accident." 8. Cutaway to cameras SKY - NO UK/IRELAND/CNNI/EURONEWS/NET London, England 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Geoff Hoon, British Secretary of Defence "Can I say first of all that I'm sorry that I have to confirm that two Sea King Mark 7 Royal Navy helicopters were involved in a mid-air collision over international waters south of Iraq. I can confirm that seven air crew are missing, a search and rescue mission has been mounted, but as yet no survivors have been found. Our priority at this time is to notify the next of kin at the earliest opportunity. The cause of the accident is being investigated, and although this will be of no comfort to the families concerned, the crash is not believed to be the result of enemy action. I hope that you will understand why we cannot give further information until next of kin have been contacted." UK POOL - APTN Clients Only HMS Ark Royal - Persian Gulf 10. Fuel being put into helicopter 11. Crew standing at rear of helicopter 12. Various of man working on top of helicopter 08:24:15 tomahawk launches from uss mccain DATELINE: Gulf - 21/22 March 2003 Night shots: 1. Various shots of the flare of rockets and smoke as Tomahawk cruise missiles are launched from USS John S. McCain 2. Various shots of ship and crew in darkness 3. Port-hole view of Tomahawk missile in flight
Incidents: who are the people arrested?
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
APTN / RS 055 / 7:45 - 9:19 AM
07:45:05 ms soldier in position 07:45:21 marine search house in central iraq--replay form 3/31/4/1 07:46:00 ms troops entering a house 07:46:29 pov soldier 07:46:53 search; recovery of guns weapons 07:47:08 ws soldiers a 07:47:15 mcu of basck of iraqi pows hands in plastic cuffs 07:47:44 ms tanks moving/rolling 07:47:59 iraq fighting near basra--wrap--footage frpm 3/30-3/31 nightscope video 07:49:03 ms nightscope soldier firing gun 07:49:18 ms frontal shots of soldiers in tanks moving 07:49:42 day shots--tracking shots of plumes of black smoke 07:50:03 ms of big plumes of smoke near tank 07:50:17 iraqis surrendering 07:50:25 iraqis being frisked by soldier 07:50:38 wounded, british wounded 07:50:48 civillian look on 07:50:58 troops searching area 07:51:05 tank blows bldg 07:51:17 ms of firings 07:51:25 ms of brit firing 07:51:50 ground shot of tank 07:52:00 ls of convoy** 07:52:14 siraq destruction 1200 europe update 1300 middle east 1 1315 feature 1325 wall street opening bell P-APTN-1200: Europe Update-Preliminary Sunday, 06 April 2003 Europe Update 08:00:01 +Baghdad City 4 4:10 Part No CNNi/ Iraq WRAP Fighters waiting, aftermath of battle, road 08:06:07 Baghdad Hospital 3:06 No CNN International REPLAY Doctors treat limb wounds in hospital 08:09:30 n iraq wounded--replay REPLAY Wounded following what appears to be bombing of US-Kurdish convoy 08:11:32 ++Turkey Incirlik 2:30 No Access Turkey NEW US planes take off from Incirlik, first time in 3 months, Patriot missiles 8;13:58 Basra Patrol 2:50 APTN Clients Only REPLAY British troops securing roads around Basra 08:15:42 ++Najaf Wounded 1:50 No UK/Ireland/CNNi/Euronews/Net NEW 3 US soldiers wounded, evacuated plus patrol in city STORY: ++Najaf Wounded - NEW 3 US soldiers wounded, evacuated plus patrol in city LENGTH: 1:50 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: No UK/Ireland/CNNi/Euronews/Net TYPE: Arabic/Nat SOURCE: SKY STORY NUMBER: 368750 DATELINE: North of Najaf, 6 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Troops stretchering wounded men 2. Wounded being put on helicopter 3. Helicopter taking off 4. Armoured vehicles driving past 5. Troops breaking cover and running at building 6. Soldier breaks door down, troops enter building 7. Troops on street, civilians watch 8. Child waving 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) US Soldier, talking and translating over the Arabic words of Iraqi citizen: "He said it's just ordinary citizens here, no-one from the Ba'ath Party. They say "We're peaceful people". We just want to free them." 10. Wide shot, armoured vehicle on road next to minefield. 11. Mid shot, man with child 12. Mid shot, soldiers and landmines 13. Close shot, landmines 14. Mid shot, soldier 8:17:35 baghdad regime +Baghdad Regime 2:30 See Script NEW Sahhaf briefings, Iraqi TV shows Saddam iraqis on the street taking position shots of saddam with sons 8:20:36 quatar centcom ++Qatar CENTCOM 2:30 APTN Clients Only NEW Highlights of Centcom briefing grainy black and white footage of hitting target 08:25:13 northern iraq aftermath of friendly fire *** -shots of burnt out cars; blood on the ground; group of kurds looking at scenes 8:28:56 p/o to show detroyed jeep 08:29:12 ms of tank 08:29:23 2 shot of 2 burned out cars 8:29:54 russian convoy 08:32:07 centcom briefing 08:31:59 08:32:43 new pix from northern iraq*****Wounded following what appears to be bombing of US-Kurdish convoy///friendly fire incident 08:32:56 shot of plane in the air/jet 08:33:22 tank in foreground and plume of smoke in bg 08:34:13 soldier sitting on moutain holding/pointing a surface to air missile 08:35:17 client feeds---- 09:00:34 middle east 1 09:01:15 iraqis by left behind tank 09:01:34 long shots of iraqis looking over packets of personal belongings 09:02:35 ground shots of tanks, blood on the ground, *** 09:02:43 ls of tank and people 09:02:51 pan l from statue to street; reverse pan 09:03:05 t2 09:03:09 iraqis on the street 09:03:15 sot 09:03:26 iraqi with missle launch in posiiton 09:03:41 ms men in makeshift bunker with gins--older men 09:04:08 ws market 09:05:10 airplane/jet in the sky 09:06:02 ws of palne in the sky--friendly fire incident 09:08:28 bbc news id 09:08:35 tank in ditch with the words...roughneck 09:08:50 iraq basra from the 4/5-6 09:09:03 ws smoke plumes in the air 09:09:46 rocket hits tanks 09:09:59 men wave by the side on the road, donkey on road 09:10:31 baghdad regime iraqi info minister--replay 09:13:29 iraq russia STORY: ++Russia Iraq Convoy - NEW Centcom, Russian reax as diplomats come under fire during Baghdad evacuation LENGTH: 2:30 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/POOL STORY NUMBER: 368758 DATELINE: Russia/Qatar, 6 April 2003/ File SHOTLIST: APTN - APTN CLIENTS ONLY Moscow, Russia - April 6, 2003 1. Exteriors Ministry of Foreign Affairs building 2. US Ambassador Alexander Vershbow leaving the building 3. Cutaway Ministry of Foreign Affairs sign 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "We still are gathering the information about the incident that took place a few hours ago. We are obviously very concerned about those who have been wounded. We still do not know which forces were involved, we don't know anything about the circumstances of the incident, but I undertook to get more information from our commanders and to share immediately with the minister, with the Russian government." 5. Cutaway press 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "It is very difficult situation, it is a war zone. We did coordinate with the Russian side on this departure but Iraqi forces are active and there are many military exchanges going on but we will do as much as we can to facilitate their safe departure." 7. Vershbow gets into his limo, leaving POOL Central Command Doha, Qatar - April 6, 2003 8. Wide shot CENTCOM briefing 9. Mid shot reporter asking a question 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, deputy director of operations: "We have some initial reports from are embassy in Russia that there may have been some sort of accident that occurred with respect to that set of vehicles leaving Iraq. We were aware of them leaving Iraq, we certainly had information about that and an anticipation of how they might move and with that we wanted to ensure were providing as much protection as we could. We don't know the circumstances surrounding this or even the factual basis of it yet, we understand they are still moving at this point in time and as we get more information, we absolutely want to get to the bottom of that particualry report. We don't have any specifics yet. We understand that this group of vehicles is still moving." APTN File. Baghdad - Recent 11. Exteriors of Russian embassy STORYLINE: A convoy of Russian diplomats, including the ambassador to Iraq, came under fire on Sunday as they were evacuating from Baghdad, the Kremlin said. 09:17:05 siraq baghdad
1PM: [November 30, 2022 issue]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
APTN / RS 055 / 7:45 - 9:19 AM
07:45:05 ms soldier in position 07:45:21 marine search house in central iraq--replay form 3/31/4/1 07:46:00 ms troops entering a house 07:46:29 pov soldier 07:46:53 search; recovery of guns weapons 07:47:08 ws soldiers a 07:47:15 mcu of basck of iraqi pows hands in plastic cuffs 07:47:44 ms tanks moving/rolling 07:47:59 iraq fighting near basra--wrap--footage frpm 3/30-3/31 nightscope video 07:49:03 ms nightscope soldier firing gun 07:49:18 ms frontal shots of soldiers in tanks moving 07:49:42 day shots--tracking shots of plumes of black smoke 07:50:03 ms of big plumes of smoke near tank 07:50:17 iraqis surrendering 07:50:25 iraqis being frisked by soldier 07:50:38 wounded, british wounded 07:50:48 civillian look on 07:50:58 troops searching area 07:51:05 tank blows bldg 07:51:17 ms of firings 07:51:25 ms of brit firing 07:51:50 ground shot of tank 07:52:00 ls of convoy** 07:52:14 siraq destruction 1200 europe update 1300 middle east 1 1315 feature 1325 wall street opening bell P-APTN-1200: Europe Update-Preliminary Sunday, 06 April 2003 Europe Update 08:00:01 +Baghdad City 4 4:10 Part No CNNi/ Iraq WRAP Fighters waiting, aftermath of battle, road 08:06:07 Baghdad Hospital 3:06 No CNN International REPLAY Doctors treat limb wounds in hospital 08:09:30 n iraq wounded--replay REPLAY Wounded following what appears to be bombing of US-Kurdish convoy 08:11:32 ++Turkey Incirlik 2:30 No Access Turkey NEW US planes take off from Incirlik, first time in 3 months, Patriot missiles 8;13:58 Basra Patrol 2:50 APTN Clients Only REPLAY British troops securing roads around Basra 08:15:42 ++Najaf Wounded 1:50 No UK/Ireland/CNNi/Euronews/Net NEW 3 US soldiers wounded, evacuated plus patrol in city STORY: ++Najaf Wounded - NEW 3 US soldiers wounded, evacuated plus patrol in city LENGTH: 1:50 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: No UK/Ireland/CNNi/Euronews/Net TYPE: Arabic/Nat SOURCE: SKY STORY NUMBER: 368750 DATELINE: North of Najaf, 6 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Troops stretchering wounded men 2. Wounded being put on helicopter 3. Helicopter taking off 4. Armoured vehicles driving past 5. Troops breaking cover and running at building 6. Soldier breaks door down, troops enter building 7. Troops on street, civilians watch 8. Child waving 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) US Soldier, talking and translating over the Arabic words of Iraqi citizen: "He said it's just ordinary citizens here, no-one from the Ba'ath Party. They say "We're peaceful people". We just want to free them." 10. Wide shot, armoured vehicle on road next to minefield. 11. Mid shot, man with child 12. Mid shot, soldiers and landmines 13. Close shot, landmines 14. Mid shot, soldier 8:17:35 baghdad regime +Baghdad Regime 2:30 See Script NEW Sahhaf briefings, Iraqi TV shows Saddam iraqis on the street taking position shots of saddam with sons 8:20:36 quatar centcom ++Qatar CENTCOM 2:30 APTN Clients Only NEW Highlights of Centcom briefing grainy black and white footage of hitting target 08:25:13 northern iraq aftermath of friendly fire *** -shots of burnt out cars; blood on the ground; group of kurds looking at scenes 8:28:56 p/o to show detroyed jeep 08:29:12 ms of tank 08:29:23 2 shot of 2 burned out cars 8:29:54 russian convoy 08:32:07 centcom briefing 08:31:59 08:32:43 new pix from northern iraq*****Wounded following what appears to be bombing of US-Kurdish convoy///friendly fire incident 08:32:56 shot of plane in the air/jet 08:33:22 tank in foreground and plume of smoke in bg 08:34:13 soldier sitting on moutain holding/pointing a surface to air missile 08:35:17 client feeds---- 09:00:34 middle east 1 09:01:15 iraqis by left behind tank 09:01:34 long shots of iraqis looking over packets of personal belongings 09:02:35 ground shots of tanks, blood on the ground, *** 09:02:43 ls of tank and people 09:02:51 pan l from statue to street; reverse pan 09:03:05 t2 09:03:09 iraqis on the street 09:03:15 sot 09:03:26 iraqi with missle launch in posiiton 09:03:41 ms men in makeshift bunker with gins--older men 09:04:08 ws market 09:05:10 airplane/jet in the sky 09:06:02 ws of palne in the sky--friendly fire incident 09:08:28 bbc news id 09:08:35 tank in ditch with the words...roughneck 09:08:50 iraq basra from the 4/5-6 09:09:03 ws smoke plumes in the air 09:09:46 rocket hits tanks 09:09:59 men wave by the side on the road, donkey on road 09:10:31 baghdad regime iraqi info minister--replay 09:13:29 iraq russia STORY: ++Russia Iraq Convoy - NEW Centcom, Russian reax as diplomats come under fire during Baghdad evacuation LENGTH: 2:30 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/POOL STORY NUMBER: 368758 DATELINE: Russia/Qatar, 6 April 2003/ File SHOTLIST: APTN - APTN CLIENTS ONLY Moscow, Russia - April 6, 2003 1. Exteriors Ministry of Foreign Affairs building 2. US Ambassador Alexander Vershbow leaving the building 3. Cutaway Ministry of Foreign Affairs sign 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "We still are gathering the information about the incident that took place a few hours ago. We are obviously very concerned about those who have been wounded. We still do not know which forces were involved, we don't know anything about the circumstances of the incident, but I undertook to get more information from our commanders and to share immediately with the minister, with the Russian government." 5. Cutaway press 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "It is very difficult situation, it is a war zone. We did coordinate with the Russian side on this departure but Iraqi forces are active and there are many military exchanges going on but we will do as much as we can to facilitate their safe departure." 7. Vershbow gets into his limo, leaving POOL Central Command Doha, Qatar - April 6, 2003 8. Wide shot CENTCOM briefing 9. Mid shot reporter asking a question 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, deputy director of operations: "We have some initial reports from are embassy in Russia that there may have been some sort of accident that occurred with respect to that set of vehicles leaving Iraq. We were aware of them leaving Iraq, we certainly had information about that and an anticipation of how they might move and with that we wanted to ensure were providing as much protection as we could. We don't know the circumstances surrounding this or even the factual basis of it yet, we understand they are still moving at this point in time and as we get more information, we absolutely want to get to the bottom of that particualry report. We don't have any specifics yet. We understand that this group of vehicles is still moving." APTN File. Baghdad - Recent 11. Exteriors of Russian embassy STORYLINE: A convoy of Russian diplomats, including the ambassador to Iraq, came under fire on Sunday as they were evacuating from Baghdad, the Kremlin said. 09:17:05 siraq baghdad
1PM: [November 28, 2022 issue]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
APTN / RS 055 / 7:45 - 9:19 AM
07:45:05 ms soldier in position 07:45:21 marine search house in central iraq--replay form 3/31/4/1 07:46:00 ms troops entering a house 07:46:29 pov soldier 07:46:53 search; recovery of guns weapons 07:47:08 ws soldiers a 07:47:15 mcu of basck of iraqi pows hands in plastic cuffs 07:47:44 ms tanks moving/rolling 07:47:59 iraq fighting near basra--wrap--footage frpm 3/30-3/31 nightscope video 07:49:03 ms nightscope soldier firing gun 07:49:18 ms frontal shots of soldiers in tanks moving 07:49:42 day shots--tracking shots of plumes of black smoke 07:50:03 ms of big plumes of smoke near tank 07:50:17 iraqis surrendering 07:50:25 iraqis being frisked by soldier 07:50:38 wounded, british wounded 07:50:48 civillian look on 07:50:58 troops searching area 07:51:05 tank blows bldg 07:51:17 ms of firings 07:51:25 ms of brit firing 07:51:50 ground shot of tank 07:52:00 ls of convoy** 07:52:14 siraq destruction 1200 europe update 1300 middle east 1 1315 feature 1325 wall street opening bell P-APTN-1200: Europe Update-Preliminary Sunday, 06 April 2003 Europe Update 08:00:01 +Baghdad City 4 4:10 Part No CNNi/ Iraq WRAP Fighters waiting, aftermath of battle, road 08:06:07 Baghdad Hospital 3:06 No CNN International REPLAY Doctors treat limb wounds in hospital 08:09:30 n iraq wounded--replay REPLAY Wounded following what appears to be bombing of US-Kurdish convoy 08:11:32 ++Turkey Incirlik 2:30 No Access Turkey NEW US planes take off from Incirlik, first time in 3 months, Patriot missiles 8;13:58 Basra Patrol 2:50 APTN Clients Only REPLAY British troops securing roads around Basra 08:15:42 ++Najaf Wounded 1:50 No UK/Ireland/CNNi/Euronews/Net NEW 3 US soldiers wounded, evacuated plus patrol in city STORY: ++Najaf Wounded - NEW 3 US soldiers wounded, evacuated plus patrol in city LENGTH: 1:50 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: No UK/Ireland/CNNi/Euronews/Net TYPE: Arabic/Nat SOURCE: SKY STORY NUMBER: 368750 DATELINE: North of Najaf, 6 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Troops stretchering wounded men 2. Wounded being put on helicopter 3. Helicopter taking off 4. Armoured vehicles driving past 5. Troops breaking cover and running at building 6. Soldier breaks door down, troops enter building 7. Troops on street, civilians watch 8. Child waving 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) US Soldier, talking and translating over the Arabic words of Iraqi citizen: "He said it's just ordinary citizens here, no-one from the Ba'ath Party. They say "We're peaceful people". We just want to free them." 10. Wide shot, armoured vehicle on road next to minefield. 11. Mid shot, man with child 12. Mid shot, soldiers and landmines 13. Close shot, landmines 14. Mid shot, soldier 8:17:35 baghdad regime +Baghdad Regime 2:30 See Script NEW Sahhaf briefings, Iraqi TV shows Saddam iraqis on the street taking position shots of saddam with sons 8:20:36 quatar centcom ++Qatar CENTCOM 2:30 APTN Clients Only NEW Highlights of Centcom briefing grainy black and white footage of hitting target 08:25:13 northern iraq aftermath of friendly fire *** -shots of burnt out cars; blood on the ground; group of kurds looking at scenes 8:28:56 p/o to show detroyed jeep 08:29:12 ms of tank 08:29:23 2 shot of 2 burned out cars 8:29:54 russian convoy 08:32:07 centcom briefing 08:31:59 08:32:43 new pix from northern iraq*****Wounded following what appears to be bombing of US-Kurdish convoy///friendly fire incident 08:32:56 shot of plane in the air/jet 08:33:22 tank in foreground and plume of smoke in bg 08:34:13 soldier sitting on moutain holding/pointing a surface to air missile 08:35:17 client feeds---- 09:00:34 middle east 1 09:01:15 iraqis by left behind tank 09:01:34 long shots of iraqis looking over packets of personal belongings 09:02:35 ground shots of tanks, blood on the ground, *** 09:02:43 ls of tank and people 09:02:51 pan l from statue to street; reverse pan 09:03:05 t2 09:03:09 iraqis on the street 09:03:15 sot 09:03:26 iraqi with missle launch in posiiton 09:03:41 ms men in makeshift bunker with gins--older men 09:04:08 ws market 09:05:10 airplane/jet in the sky 09:06:02 ws of palne in the sky--friendly fire incident 09:08:28 bbc news id 09:08:35 tank in ditch with the words...roughneck 09:08:50 iraq basra from the 4/5-6 09:09:03 ws smoke plumes in the air 09:09:46 rocket hits tanks 09:09:59 men wave by the side on the road, donkey on road 09:10:31 baghdad regime iraqi info minister--replay 09:13:29 iraq russia STORY: ++Russia Iraq Convoy - NEW Centcom, Russian reax as diplomats come under fire during Baghdad evacuation LENGTH: 2:30 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/POOL STORY NUMBER: 368758 DATELINE: Russia/Qatar, 6 April 2003/ File SHOTLIST: APTN - APTN CLIENTS ONLY Moscow, Russia - April 6, 2003 1. Exteriors Ministry of Foreign Affairs building 2. US Ambassador Alexander Vershbow leaving the building 3. Cutaway Ministry of Foreign Affairs sign 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "We still are gathering the information about the incident that took place a few hours ago. We are obviously very concerned about those who have been wounded. We still do not know which forces were involved, we don't know anything about the circumstances of the incident, but I undertook to get more information from our commanders and to share immediately with the minister, with the Russian government." 5. Cutaway press 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "It is very difficult situation, it is a war zone. We did coordinate with the Russian side on this departure but Iraqi forces are active and there are many military exchanges going on but we will do as much as we can to facilitate their safe departure." 7. Vershbow gets into his limo, leaving POOL Central Command Doha, Qatar - April 6, 2003 8. Wide shot CENTCOM briefing 9. Mid shot reporter asking a question 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, deputy director of operations: "We have some initial reports from are embassy in Russia that there may have been some sort of accident that occurred with respect to that set of vehicles leaving Iraq. We were aware of them leaving Iraq, we certainly had information about that and an anticipation of how they might move and with that we wanted to ensure were providing as much protection as we could. We don't know the circumstances surrounding this or even the factual basis of it yet, we understand they are still moving at this point in time and as we get more information, we absolutely want to get to the bottom of that particualry report. We don't have any specifics yet. We understand that this group of vehicles is still moving." APTN File. Baghdad - Recent 11. Exteriors of Russian embassy STORYLINE: A convoy of Russian diplomats, including the ambassador to Iraq, came under fire on Sunday as they were evacuating from Baghdad, the Kremlin said. 09:17:05 siraq baghdad
APTN / RS 055 / 8:27 - 9:55 AM
8:28:56 p/o to show detroyed jeep 08:29:12 ms of tank 08:29:23 2 shot of 2 burned out cars 8:29:54 russian convoy 08:32:07 centcom briefing 08:31:59 08:32:43 new pix from northern iraq*****Wounded following what appears to be bombing of US-Kurdish convoy///friendly fire incident 08:32:56 shot of plane in the air/jet 08:33:22 tank in foreground and plume of smoke in bg 08:34:13 soldier sitting on moutain holding/pointing a surface to air missile 08:35:17 client feeds---- 09:00:34 middle east 1 09:01:15 iraqis by left behind tank 09:01:34 long shots of iraqis looking over packets of personal belongings 09:02:35 ground shots of tanks, blood on the ground, *** 09:02:43 ls of tank and people 09:02:51 pan l from statue to street; reverse pan 09:03:05 t2 09:03:09 iraqis on the street 09:03:15 sot 09:03:26 iraqi with missle launch in posiiton 09:03:41 ms men in makeshift bunker with gins--older men 09:04:08 ws market 09:05:10 airplane/jet in the sky 09:06:02 ws of palne in the sky--friendly fire incident 09:08:28 bbc news id 09:08:35 tank in ditch with the words...roughneck 09:08:50 iraq basra from the 4/5-6 09:09:03 ws smoke plumes in the air 09:09:46 rocket hits tanks 09:09:59 men wave by the side on the road, donkey on road 09:10:31 baghdad regime iraqi info minister--replay 09:13:29 iraq russia STORY: ++Russia Iraq Convoy - NEW Centcom, Russian reax as diplomats come under fire during Baghdad evacuation LENGTH: 2:30 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/POOL STORY NUMBER: 368758 DATELINE: Russia/Qatar, 6 April 2003/ File SHOTLIST: APTN - APTN CLIENTS ONLY Moscow, Russia - April 6, 2003 1. Exteriors Ministry of Foreign Affairs building 2. US Ambassador Alexander Vershbow leaving the building 3. Cutaway Ministry of Foreign Affairs sign 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "We still are gathering the information about the incident that took place a few hours ago. We are obviously very concerned about those who have been wounded. We still do not know which forces were involved, we don't know anything about the circumstances of the incident, but I undertook to get more information from our commanders and to share immediately with the minister, with the Russian government." 5. Cutaway press 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "It is very difficult situation, it is a war zone. We did coordinate with the Russian side on this departure but Iraqi forces are active and there are many military exchanges going on but we will do as much as we can to facilitate their safe departure." 7. Vershbow gets into his limo, leaving POOL Central Command Doha, Qatar - April 6, 2003 8. Wide shot CENTCOM briefing 9. Mid shot reporter asking a question 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, deputy director of operations: "We have some initial reports from are embassy in Russia that there may have been some sort of accident that occurred with respect to that set of vehicles leaving Iraq. We were aware of them leaving Iraq, we certainly had information about that and an anticipation of how they might move and with that we wanted to ensure were providing as much protection as we could. We don't know the circumstances surrounding this or even the factual basis of it yet, we understand they are still moving at this point in time and as we get more information, we absolutely want to get to the bottom of that particualry report. We don't have any specifics yet. We understand that this group of vehicles is still moving." APTN File. Baghdad - Recent 11. Exteriors of Russian embassy STORYLINE: A convoy of Russian diplomats, including the ambassador to Iraq, came under fire on Sunday as they were evacuating from Baghdad, the Kremlin said. 09:17:05 siraq baghdad 09:24:56 09:25:56 gaza raid**** ++Gaza Raid 2:26 APTN Clients Only NEW Israeli troops raid village, two Palestinians killed, many wounded varios shots of rock throwing 09:28:50 china hk sars 2 WRAP Man refuses SARS treatment in HKong, Finnish worker and 5 others die 09:35:08 sports tape change 1405 ent europe 1500 europe late middle east 2 europe me late
LE 20H: [broadcast of November 25, 2022]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
APTN / RS 055 / 8:27 - 9:55 AM
8:28:56 p/o to show detroyed jeep 08:29:12 ms of tank 08:29:23 2 shot of 2 burned out cars 8:29:54 russian convoy 08:32:07 centcom briefing 08:31:59 08:32:43 new pix from northern iraq*****Wounded following what appears to be bombing of US-Kurdish convoy///friendly fire incident 08:32:56 shot of plane in the air/jet 08:33:22 tank in foreground and plume of smoke in bg 08:34:13 soldier sitting on moutain holding/pointing a surface to air missile 08:35:17 client feeds---- 09:00:34 middle east 1 09:01:15 iraqis by left behind tank 09:01:34 long shots of iraqis looking over packets of personal belongings 09:02:35 ground shots of tanks, blood on the ground, *** 09:02:43 ls of tank and people 09:02:51 pan l from statue to street; reverse pan 09:03:05 t2 09:03:09 iraqis on the street 09:03:15 sot 09:03:26 iraqi with missle launch in posiiton 09:03:41 ms men in makeshift bunker with gins--older men 09:04:08 ws market 09:05:10 airplane/jet in the sky 09:06:02 ws of palne in the sky--friendly fire incident 09:08:28 bbc news id 09:08:35 tank in ditch with the words...roughneck 09:08:50 iraq basra from the 4/5-6 09:09:03 ws smoke plumes in the air 09:09:46 rocket hits tanks 09:09:59 men wave by the side on the road, donkey on road 09:10:31 baghdad regime iraqi info minister--replay 09:13:29 iraq russia STORY: ++Russia Iraq Convoy - NEW Centcom, Russian reax as diplomats come under fire during Baghdad evacuation LENGTH: 2:30 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/POOL STORY NUMBER: 368758 DATELINE: Russia/Qatar, 6 April 2003/ File SHOTLIST: APTN - APTN CLIENTS ONLY Moscow, Russia - April 6, 2003 1. Exteriors Ministry of Foreign Affairs building 2. US Ambassador Alexander Vershbow leaving the building 3. Cutaway Ministry of Foreign Affairs sign 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "We still are gathering the information about the incident that took place a few hours ago. We are obviously very concerned about those who have been wounded. We still do not know which forces were involved, we don't know anything about the circumstances of the incident, but I undertook to get more information from our commanders and to share immediately with the minister, with the Russian government." 5. Cutaway press 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "It is very difficult situation, it is a war zone. We did coordinate with the Russian side on this departure but Iraqi forces are active and there are many military exchanges going on but we will do as much as we can to facilitate their safe departure." 7. Vershbow gets into his limo, leaving POOL Central Command Doha, Qatar - April 6, 2003 8. Wide shot CENTCOM briefing 9. Mid shot reporter asking a question 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, deputy director of operations: "We have some initial reports from are embassy in Russia that there may have been some sort of accident that occurred with respect to that set of vehicles leaving Iraq. We were aware of them leaving Iraq, we certainly had information about that and an anticipation of how they might move and with that we wanted to ensure were providing as much protection as we could. We don't know the circumstances surrounding this or even the factual basis of it yet, we understand they are still moving at this point in time and as we get more information, we absolutely want to get to the bottom of that particualry report. We don't have any specifics yet. We understand that this group of vehicles is still moving." APTN File. Baghdad - Recent 11. Exteriors of Russian embassy STORYLINE: A convoy of Russian diplomats, including the ambassador to Iraq, came under fire on Sunday as they were evacuating from Baghdad, the Kremlin said. 09:17:05 siraq baghdad 09:24:56 09:25:56 gaza raid**** ++Gaza Raid 2:26 APTN Clients Only NEW Israeli troops raid village, two Palestinians killed, many wounded varios shots of rock throwing 09:28:50 china hk sars 2 WRAP Man refuses SARS treatment in HKong, Finnish worker and 5 others die 09:35:08 sports tape change 1405 ent europe 1500 europe late middle east 2 europe me late
1PM: [November 18, 2022 issue]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
APTN / RS 055 / 8:27 - 9:55 AM
8:28:56 p/o to show detroyed jeep 08:29:12 ms of tank 08:29:23 2 shot of 2 burned out cars 8:29:54 russian convoy 08:32:07 centcom briefing 08:31:59 08:32:43 new pix from northern iraq*****Wounded following what appears to be bombing of US-Kurdish convoy///friendly fire incident 08:32:56 shot of plane in the air/jet 08:33:22 tank in foreground and plume of smoke in bg 08:34:13 soldier sitting on moutain holding/pointing a surface to air missile 08:35:17 client feeds---- 09:00:34 middle east 1 09:01:15 iraqis by left behind tank 09:01:34 long shots of iraqis looking over packets of personal belongings 09:02:35 ground shots of tanks, blood on the ground, *** 09:02:43 ls of tank and people 09:02:51 pan l from statue to street; reverse pan 09:03:05 t2 09:03:09 iraqis on the street 09:03:15 sot 09:03:26 iraqi with missle launch in posiiton 09:03:41 ms men in makeshift bunker with gins--older men 09:04:08 ws market 09:05:10 airplane/jet in the sky 09:06:02 ws of palne in the sky--friendly fire incident 09:08:28 bbc news id 09:08:35 tank in ditch with the words...roughneck 09:08:50 iraq basra from the 4/5-6 09:09:03 ws smoke plumes in the air 09:09:46 rocket hits tanks 09:09:59 men wave by the side on the road, donkey on road 09:10:31 baghdad regime iraqi info minister--replay 09:13:29 iraq russia STORY: ++Russia Iraq Convoy - NEW Centcom, Russian reax as diplomats come under fire during Baghdad evacuation LENGTH: 2:30 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/POOL STORY NUMBER: 368758 DATELINE: Russia/Qatar, 6 April 2003/ File SHOTLIST: APTN - APTN CLIENTS ONLY Moscow, Russia - April 6, 2003 1. Exteriors Ministry of Foreign Affairs building 2. US Ambassador Alexander Vershbow leaving the building 3. Cutaway Ministry of Foreign Affairs sign 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "We still are gathering the information about the incident that took place a few hours ago. We are obviously very concerned about those who have been wounded. We still do not know which forces were involved, we don't know anything about the circumstances of the incident, but I undertook to get more information from our commanders and to share immediately with the minister, with the Russian government." 5. Cutaway press 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "It is very difficult situation, it is a war zone. We did coordinate with the Russian side on this departure but Iraqi forces are active and there are many military exchanges going on but we will do as much as we can to facilitate their safe departure." 7. Vershbow gets into his limo, leaving POOL Central Command Doha, Qatar - April 6, 2003 8. Wide shot CENTCOM briefing 9. Mid shot reporter asking a question 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, deputy director of operations: "We have some initial reports from are embassy in Russia that there may have been some sort of accident that occurred with respect to that set of vehicles leaving Iraq. We were aware of them leaving Iraq, we certainly had information about that and an anticipation of how they might move and with that we wanted to ensure were providing as much protection as we could. We don't know the circumstances surrounding this or even the factual basis of it yet, we understand they are still moving at this point in time and as we get more information, we absolutely want to get to the bottom of that particualry report. We don't have any specifics yet. We understand that this group of vehicles is still moving." APTN File. Baghdad - Recent 11. Exteriors of Russian embassy STORYLINE: A convoy of Russian diplomats, including the ambassador to Iraq, came under fire on Sunday as they were evacuating from Baghdad, the Kremlin said. 09:17:05 siraq baghdad 09:24:56 09:25:56 gaza raid**** ++Gaza Raid 2:26 APTN Clients Only NEW Israeli troops raid village, two Palestinians killed, many wounded varios shots of rock throwing 09:28:50 china hk sars 2 WRAP Man refuses SARS treatment in HKong, Finnish worker and 5 others die 09:35:08 sports tape change 1405 ent europe 1500 europe late middle east 2 europe me late
8 p.m.: [November 18, 2022 program]
A2 / France 2
APTN / RS 055 / 8:27 - 9:55 AM
8:28:56 p/o to show detroyed jeep 08:29:12 ms of tank 08:29:23 2 shot of 2 burned out cars 8:29:54 russian convoy 08:32:07 centcom briefing 08:31:59 08:32:43 new pix from northern iraq*****Wounded following what appears to be bombing of US-Kurdish convoy///friendly fire incident 08:32:56 shot of plane in the air/jet 08:33:22 tank in foreground and plume of smoke in bg 08:34:13 soldier sitting on moutain holding/pointing a surface to air missile 08:35:17 client feeds---- 09:00:34 middle east 1 09:01:15 iraqis by left behind tank 09:01:34 long shots of iraqis looking over packets of personal belongings 09:02:35 ground shots of tanks, blood on the ground, *** 09:02:43 ls of tank and people 09:02:51 pan l from statue to street; reverse pan 09:03:05 t2 09:03:09 iraqis on the street 09:03:15 sot 09:03:26 iraqi with missle launch in posiiton 09:03:41 ms men in makeshift bunker with gins--older men 09:04:08 ws market 09:05:10 airplane/jet in the sky 09:06:02 ws of palne in the sky--friendly fire incident 09:08:28 bbc news id 09:08:35 tank in ditch with the words...roughneck 09:08:50 iraq basra from the 4/5-6 09:09:03 ws smoke plumes in the air 09:09:46 rocket hits tanks 09:09:59 men wave by the side on the road, donkey on road 09:10:31 baghdad regime iraqi info minister--replay 09:13:29 iraq russia STORY: ++Russia Iraq Convoy - NEW Centcom, Russian reax as diplomats come under fire during Baghdad evacuation LENGTH: 2:30 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/POOL STORY NUMBER: 368758 DATELINE: Russia/Qatar, 6 April 2003/ File SHOTLIST: APTN - APTN CLIENTS ONLY Moscow, Russia - April 6, 2003 1. Exteriors Ministry of Foreign Affairs building 2. US Ambassador Alexander Vershbow leaving the building 3. Cutaway Ministry of Foreign Affairs sign 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "We still are gathering the information about the incident that took place a few hours ago. We are obviously very concerned about those who have been wounded. We still do not know which forces were involved, we don't know anything about the circumstances of the incident, but I undertook to get more information from our commanders and to share immediately with the minister, with the Russian government." 5. Cutaway press 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "It is very difficult situation, it is a war zone. We did coordinate with the Russian side on this departure but Iraqi forces are active and there are many military exchanges going on but we will do as much as we can to facilitate their safe departure." 7. Vershbow gets into his limo, leaving POOL Central Command Doha, Qatar - April 6, 2003 8. Wide shot CENTCOM briefing 9. Mid shot reporter asking a question 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, deputy director of operations: "We have some initial reports from are embassy in Russia that there may have been some sort of accident that occurred with respect to that set of vehicles leaving Iraq. We were aware of them leaving Iraq, we certainly had information about that and an anticipation of how they might move and with that we wanted to ensure were providing as much protection as we could. We don't know the circumstances surrounding this or even the factual basis of it yet, we understand they are still moving at this point in time and as we get more information, we absolutely want to get to the bottom of that particualry report. We don't have any specifics yet. We understand that this group of vehicles is still moving." APTN File. Baghdad - Recent 11. Exteriors of Russian embassy STORYLINE: A convoy of Russian diplomats, including the ambassador to Iraq, came under fire on Sunday as they were evacuating from Baghdad, the Kremlin said. 09:17:05 siraq baghdad 09:24:56 09:25:56 gaza raid**** ++Gaza Raid 2:26 APTN Clients Only NEW Israeli troops raid village, two Palestinians killed, many wounded varios shots of rock throwing 09:28:50 china hk sars 2 WRAP Man refuses SARS treatment in HKong, Finnish worker and 5 others die 09:35:08 sports tape change 1405 ent europe 1500 europe late middle east 2 europe me late
L'Oeil du 20H: Qatar: revelations on French construction sites
A2 / France 2
APTN / RS 055 / 13:37 - 15:07 / 1:37 - 3:07 PM
13:51:53 SHOTS OF AIRPORT, OUTSIDE, TERMINAL SHOTS 14:02:48 SPORTS 14:08:56 WASHINGTON DC FEED 14:09:41 SHOT OF WHITE HOUSE 14:09:49 SHOT OF WASHINGTON MONUMENT 14:10:01 SHOT OF CAPITAL BUILDING 14:10:12 INTERIOR SHOT OF CONGRESS 14:12:14 PROTESTS 14:12:22 AL GORE SIGNING AUTOGRPAHS 14:12:49 ZOOM IN SHOTS OF WHITE HOUSE AND CAPITAL BURN BACK **************************************************************** 14:30:24 BEGINNING OF BULLETIN ***************************************************************** 14:30:47 REPLAY OF BAGHDAD AIRPORT ***************************************************************** 14:32:48 REPLAY NR BAGHDAD MARINES ***************************************************************** 14:33:50 BAGHDAD CITY 6 WRAP Fighters waiting, aftermath of battle, damage, wounded in hospital 14:33:55 BURNED TRUCKS AND BUILDINGS 14:34:04 HUGE CRATE IN THE ROAD 14:34:14 SHOTS OF DAMAGED BUILDINGS 14:34:29 EXCLUSIVE ABU DHABI VIDEO OF BOMBED OUT HOMES/BUILDINGS 14:35:10 WOUNDED IN HOSPITALAP-APTN-1830: Baghdad City 6 Sunday, 06 April 2003 STORY: Baghdad City 6 - WRAP Fighters waiting, aftermath of battle, damage, wounded in hospital LENGTH: 4:41 FIRST RUN: 1700 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Arabic/English/Nat SOURCE: APTN/ IRAQI TV/Abu Dhabi STORY NUMBER: 368778 DATELINE: 6 April 2003 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 1. Destroyed vehicle and people standing around it 2. Various destroyed building, smoke rising 3. Hole in road 4. Pan of street to destroyed house 5. Mid shot destroyed house 6. Various destroyed exterior and interior of house (FIRST RUN: 1700 EUROPE EVENING - APRIL 6, 2003) ABU DHABI TV - RESTRICTIONS MBC/LBC/ALJAZEERA/EL ARABIYA/JAPAN 7. Wide shot destroyed shop 8. Zoom in to fire 9. Owner pointing at damage 10. Money, covered in ash, in drawer on ground (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 11. Various destroyed bus and people standing around it 12. Pool of blood on street (FIRST RUN 0800 EUROPE MORNING - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 13. Various injured girl on hospital bed 14. Injured man 15. Doctor taking bandage off man 16. Injured baby 17. SOUNDBITE (English) Doctor Osama Saleeh, Orthopedic Surgeon, Vice Manager, al-Kindi Teaching Hospital: "Most of -- about ninety five percent -- of those wounded people they are children and women and old people, and a lot of them were badly injured, and about ten patients were dead." 18. Injured woman and child on hospital bed (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 19. Exterior Al Numan hospital in Baghdad 20. Close-up sign 21. Wide shot patients in hospital ward 22. Various injured man 23. Close shot man attached to drip 24. Various doctors cleaning blood from patient (FIRST RUN: 0715 ASIA PACIFIC LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) Iraqi TV - No Access Iraq/CNN International 25. Wide shot Iraqi fighters standing on US tank they say they captured, thick black smoke rising over Baghdad 26. Iraqi fighter making V (victory) sign on tank 27. Mid shot fighters on tank 28. Damaged tank 29. Various fighters next to tank (FIRST RUN 0800 EUROPE MORNING - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 30. Wide long shot destroyed tank, people and vehicles around it 31. Close shot Iraqi soldier holding up papers and belongings he says they retrieved from the US tank after ambushing it 32. Mid shot soldier, tilt down to him holding papers 33. Wide shot destroyed tank 34. Close-up destroyed tank 35. Side shot of destroyed tank (FIRST RUN 1200 EUROPE UPDATE - APRIL 6, 2003) IRAQI TV - No Access Iraq/CNN International 36. Pan from side of road to traffic 37. Zoom out from people standing at side of road to traffic 38. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) vox pop, Iraqi man: "Look, they (Americans) are not here (pointing at road behind him) - only our brothers. They are in control." 39. Various Iraqi fighter in position on roadside (FIRST RUN: 0715 ASIA PACIFIC LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 40. Wide shot Iraqi volunteers behind sandbags 41. Various close shots of volunteers (FIRST RUN: 1200 EUROPE UPDATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 42. Various plane over Baghdad (FIRST RUN: 0715 ASIA PACIFIC LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 43. Wide shot market in Baghdad street 44. People in market, buying and selling food 45. Close shot man counting money 46. Close shot eggs 47. Wide shot street scenes in Baghdad STORYLINE: After another night of air assaults, and increased US military pressure in and around Baghdad, evidence of the fierce US-led bombardment could be seen in Iraq's capital on Sunday. The city's al-Kindi teaching hospital and the al-Numan hospital said Sunday they received many injured civilians. Doctor Osama Saleeh, an orthopedic surgeon at the al-Kindi hospital, said staff had worked around the clock to treat one-hundred-and twenty patients they had admitted since Saturday. He said the injured were at "top emergency status" and that the operating theatre was in constant use treating them. APTN images from the hospital shows several wounded civilians, including children and teenagers, being treated for limb wounds. Exact numbers of injured are unknown since the US-led on Iraq started, but Red Cross workers say that since Friday (April 4) several hundred war wounded and dozens of dead had been brought to four city hospitals. APTN also filmed destroyed vehicles and buildings in residential areas on Sunday. Also Sunday, Iraqi authorities said they had destroyed a US tank on the outskirts of Baghdad. Iraqi TV showed footage of Iraqi fighters standing on the tank and posing and waving their weapons in the air. APTN later filmed the tank - along with one that appears to be Iraqi - and other military vehicles and hardware destroyed on a road in the outskirts of Baghdad. A large crowd of local people gathered in the area that appears to be the site of a battle that may have taken place several hours before. However, despite the battle moving to Baghdad, some parts of the Iraqi capital had the appearance of continuing normal life. In one area, residents emerged during the morning to buy fruit and vegetables at a street market. Meanwhile, Iraqi men, prepared to fight, were on the streets on Sunday. Many were in positions behind sandbags - and vowing defend Baghdad from U.S. troops. 14:36:35 IRAQIS STANDING ON TOP OF TANKS 14:36:45 IRAQI STANDING WITH A ROCKET GRENADE LAUNCHER ****************************************************************** 14:38:41 REPLAY WITH NIRAQ CONVOY ****************************************************************** 14:42:06 REPLAY N IRAQ FIGHTING 2 14:42:21 JET IN THE SKY 14:42:37 OPEN FIELD WITH TANKS AND HUMVEES 14:42:53 SOLDIERS SHOOTING FROM ON TOP OF 14:43:01 SOLDIER WITTING ON A HILL WITH MISSILE LAUNCHER ON SOLDIER 14:44:42 DOD NIGHTSCOPE VIDEO OF SPECIAL FORCES PARACHUTING ****************************************************************** 14:45:07 NAJAF WOUNDED, 3 US SOLDIERS INJURED 14:45:21 SOLDIERS CARRIED OUT ON STRETCER, THEIR FACES ARE BLURRED 14:45:40 INJURED BEING LOADED ONTO HELICOPTER 14:45:50 TRUCKS CRIVING THOUGH TOWN 14:46:05 SOLDIERS RUNNING AROUND BILING 14:46:12 SOLDIERS WALKING DOWN STREET WITH IRAQIS IN THE DOORWAY 14:46:17 LITTLE GIRL WAVES TO THE TROOPS AS THEY WALK DOWN THE STREET 14:46:56 MINES IN A PILE NEXT TO THE ROAD AP-APTN-1830: Najaf Wounded Sunday, 06 April 2003 STORY: Najaf Wounded - REPLAY 3 US soldiers wounded, evacuated plus patrol in city LENGTH: 1:50 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: No UK/Ireland/CNNi/Euronews/Net TYPE: Arabic/Nat SOURCE: SKY STORY NUMBER: 368750 DATELINE: North of Najaf, 6 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Troops stretchering wounded men 2. Wounded being put on helicopter 3. Helicopter taking off 4. Armoured vehicles driving past 5. Troops breaking cover and running at building 6. Soldier breaks door down, troops enter building 7. Troops on street, civilians watch 8. Child waving 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) US Soldier, talking and translating over the Arabic words of Iraqi citizen: "He said it's just ordinary citizens here, no-one from the Ba'ath Party. They say "We're peaceful people". We just want to free them." 10. Wide shot, armoured vehicle on road next to minefield. 11. Mid shot, man with child 12. Mid shot, soldiers and landmines 13. Close shot, landmines 14. Mid shot, soldier STORYLINE: The unforeseen perils of war were harshly underlined again on Sunday, when three soldiers were accidentally machine-gunned by a colleague who was cleaning his weapon. The soldiers are part of the 101st Airbourne division, currently just north of Najaf, in central Iraq, and heading towards Baghdad. A clip of ten to fifteen rounds were discharged in a matter of seconds - it could have been worse, a full clip would have held more than a hundred bullets. With the trigger mechanism disabled, the burst of fire would have been impossible to stop. The men have been helicoptered out for treatment - they are expected to survive. Meanwhile the infantry of 101st Airbourne continue to press north, passing through villages, towns and cities, securing the terrain as they go. Some Iraqis here in central Iraq are welcoming the coalition forces. Bur long-term problems are likely, this entire area (shot 10) is one huge minefield. Engineers have already cleared hundreds of mines, but there are thought to be thousands, perhaps tens of thousands yet to be dealt with across the country. *************************************************************** 14:47:13 RUSSIA IRAQ CONVOY 14:47:34 "WE ARE STILL GATHERING INFO, WE ARE OBVIOUSLY VERY CONCNERED, WE DON'T KNOW ABOUT THE CIRCUMSTANCES, THE RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT" 14:48:10 IT'S A DIFFICULT SITUATION, 14:48:19 WE DID COORDINATE WITH THE RUSSIANS 14:48:30 WE DO AS MUCH AS WE CAN TO FACILITATE THEIR SAFE DEPARTURE 14:48:44 CENTCOM BRIEIFING 14:48:59 "WE HAVE SOME INITIAL REPORTS FROM OUR EMBASSY IN RUSSIA THAT SOME SORT OF ACCIDENT MAY HAVE OCCURRED" 14:49:19 WE WERE AWARE THAT THEY WERE LEAVING IRAQ 14:49:28 WE DON'T KNOW THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF THIS, I DON'T KNOW IF IT HAS OR NOT 14:49:43 WE UNDERSTAND THAT THIS GROUP OF VEHICLES IS STILL MOVING AP-APTN-1830: Russia Iraq Convoy Sunday, 06 April 2003 STORY: Russia Iraq Convoy - REPLAY Centcom, Russian reax as diplomats come under fire during Baghdad evacuation LENGTH: 2:41 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/POOL STORY NUMBER: 368758 DATELINE: Russia/Qatar, 6 April 2003/ File SHOTLIST: APTN - APTN CLIENTS ONLY Moscow, Russia - April 6, 2003 1. Exteriors Ministry of Foreign Affairs building 2. US Ambassador Alexander Vershbow leaving the building 3. Cutaway Ministry of Foreign Affairs sign 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "We still are gathering the information about the incident that took place a few hours ago. We are obviously very concerned about those who have been wounded. We still do not know which forces were involved, we don't know anything about the circumstances of the incident, but I undertook to get more information from our commanders and to share immediately with the minister, with the Russian government." 5. Cutaway press 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "It is very difficult situation, it is a war zone. We did coordinate with the Russian side on this departure but Iraqi forces are active and there are many military exchanges going on but we will do as much as we can to facilitate their safe departure." 7. Vershbow gets into his limo, leaving POOL Central Command Doha, Qatar - April 6, 2003 8. Wide shot CENTCOM briefing 9. Mid shot reporter asking a question 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, deputy director of operations: "We have some initial reports from are embassy in Russia that there may have been some sort of accident that occurred with respect to that set of vehicles leaving Iraq. We were aware of them leaving Iraq, we certainly had information about that and an anticipation of how they might move and with that we wanted to ensure were providing as much protection as we could. We don't know the circumstances surrounding this or even the factual basis of it yet, we understand they are still moving at this point in time and as we get more information, we absolutely want to get to the bottom of that particualry report. We don't have any specifics yet. We understand that this group of vehicles is still moving." APTN File. Baghdad - Recent 11. Exteriors of Russian embassy STORYLINE: A convoy of Russian diplomats including the ambassador to Iraq came under fire Sunday while evacuating from Baghdad, the Kremlin said. A Foreign Ministry official said it appeared that four or five people were wounded but that their injuries were not life-threatening. The U.S. and Iraqi ambassadors were immediately called to the Russian Foreign Ministry, but Russia did not indicate whether it believed coalition or Iraqi forces were responsible. U.S. Central Command said initial field reports indicated the incident took place in Iraqi-controlled territory and that no coalition forces were in the area. The convoy was fired upon as it was moving toward the Syrian border, the Russian Foreign Ministry said. Russian officials had long ago evacuated most of the embassy's staff, but a core team had remained until Sunday, including Ambassador Vladimir Titorenko, who was in the convoy. The Interfax news agency quoted an unnamed source in the convoy as saying the group was first fired on about 8 kilometers (5 miles) outside Baghdad after it tried to drive around shooting incident seen on the road ahead. The convoy continued after the wounded were treated and stopped when it saw a column of jeeps about 15 kilometers (9 miles) from the city, the source said. The group stopped, sending ahead one car with a flag to explain who they were. Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Yakovenko said preliminary indications were that four or five people were wounded and that their injuries were not life-threatening. The ministry said there were 23 people in the convoy, including several journalists. The Foreign Ministry U-R-G-E-N-Tly called in the U.S. and Iraqi ambassadors and asked them to take all measures necessary to guarantee Russian citizens' safety in Iraq, to investigate the circumstances of the attack and punish those responsible. Leaving the ministry, U.S. Ambassador Alexander Vershbow said his government was investigating and trying to gather information from allied commanders in the area, but did not know who fired on the Russians. Vershbow confirmed the United States had been aware of the planned evacuation in advance and said the U.S. side would do its best to expedite the evacuation. **************************************************************** 14:50:02 REPLAY IRAQ AID **************************************************************** 14:53:14 QATAR CENTCOM 14:53:26 BROOKS AT PODIUM 14:53:36 "THE FIRST VIDEO SHOWS AN ANTIAIRCRAFT--WEST OF KIRKUK ON THE 2ND OF APRIL"--2 SETS OF BLACK SMOKE, THAT'S THE FIRING OF ANTIAIRCRAFT 14:54:29 REGIME AIRCRAFT WAS STRUCK--TO PREVENT THEM FROM FLYING AND DELIVERING WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION 14:54:56 REGIME COMMAND AND CONTOL FACILITY, 21 DIFFERENT WEAPONS WERE USED, EACH REPRESENTED BY A BLUE ARROW 14:55:24 COMMAND AND CONTROL FACILITY, SOUTH OF BAGHDAD, STRUCK ON THE 3RD OF APRIL 14:56:23 MILITARY EQUIPMENT SHIELDED BY CIVILIAN RESIDENTS 14:56:44 CUTAWAYS OF BRIEFING 14:56:50 SPORT UTILITY VEHICLE APPROACHED A CHECKPOINT 14:57:24 IMAGE OF THE TRUCK, LOADED WITH GAS CYLINDERS GOING TO BE DETONATED AT CHECKPOINTAP-APTN-1830: Qatar CENTCOM Sunday, 06 April 2003 STORY: Qatar CENTCOM - REPLAY Highlights of Centcom briefing LENGTH: 4:26 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: POOL STORY NUMBER: 368748 DATELINE: 6 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks walks in to news briefing, greets journalists 2. Wide shot Brooks at briefing 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: "The first video shows an anti-aircraft artillery system that is firing at a coalition aircraft, you'll actually see that in this film." 4. Aerial black-and-white video, shot from coalition aircraft, showing explosions and smoke as Brooks describes the coalition attacks 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: (Over aerial video shots) "This target was west of Kirkuk, in northern Iraq, on the 2nd of April. What you just saw was two sets of black smoke, that was the firing of the anti-aircraft system at this aircraft that was conducting the attack. So just a reminder that these are not benign actions that occur, these are combat actions, and our pilot have done very very well, and been very effective. Lets continue with the tape please.. (tape shows explosions) -- He won the duel." 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: (Over aerial video shots) "The second video shows a regime aircraft located near the al-Tukadam airfield, this was struck on April 4. As I mentioned, we're attacking all identified aircraft, to prevent them from flying for combat purposes, but also to prevent the potential delivery of weapons of mass destruction, chemicals particularly, from aircraft." 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: (Over aerial still shots) "I also have to products to show you from recent precision attacks against assets of the regime. The first one is a regime command and control facility struck on April 3rd. What I'd highlight on this one is that there were 21 weapons that were used, each one represented by a blue arrow. This is the pre-strike.. and the post-strike please.. varying degrees of destruction because the weapons system chosen have varying degrees of explosive capabilities, and that's by deliberate design." 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: (Over aerial still shots) "The second image I want to show you is a command and control facility near Salman Pak near the south of Baghdad. This was struck on the 3rd of April. Two weapons in this case.. post-strike.. and the split." 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: "As we are now able to operate around or within Baghdad, we see indications that the regime continues to put civilians and civilian areas at increasing risk. The following photo will show you Iraqi military equipment which the regime has intentionally placed next to the buildings of a residential area. (over aerial still shot) Although it's a little difficult to see, each blue arrow shows a piece of military equipment that's pushed right up against the side of the building. In some cases there are multiple pieces of equipment. This is a residential area, we don't know if these are houses per-se, but clearly is a residential area." 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: "We however will continue to discriminate in our targeting, we will continue to be selective and seek precision in all we do, but it is clear at this point that the risk is increasing to the civilian population because of decisions made by the regime leaders." 11. Wide shot of Brooks speaking at briefing 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: "And as we've seen in other places, a sports utility vehicle approached the checkpoint, at a high rate of speed. After several unsuccessful non-lethal attempts to cause the vehicle to halt, it continued approaching the checkpoint, and this again as I mentioned was near a populated area. There was a young sergeant in charge at that particular checkpoint and he saw some objects in the back of this vehicle. He ordered one of his gunners to open fire on the threatening vehicle." 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: (Over still images of destroyed car) "This is an image of the vehicle from the rear, after the attack, you can see that it's in an urban area with a kid standing by the side of the road." (Over images of gas cylinders in back of car) "The vehicle had been loaded with gas cylinders, to be detonated in close proximity to the checkpoint. And finally from the side..) 14. Wide shot of Brooks speaking at briefing STORYLINE: The United States Central Command on Sunday released video of aerial attacks by coalition aircraft and missiles on Iraqi positions that it said showed it's efforts to cripple the Baghdad regime while protecting the infrastructure of Iraq for the future. Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Central Command's deputy director of operations, told a news briefing in Qatar that the attacks had struck at military targets, and at facilities that allowed the Iraqi leadership to co-ordinate resistance against coalition forces. Brooks warned that there were further signs that Iraqi forces were placing military equipment in residential areas, and that the danger to Iraqi civilians had worsened "because of decisions made by the regime leaders." Brooks described an apparent suicide attack at Sanawah, near Najaf, when a car was reportedly driven at speed towards a coalition checkpoint, ignoring "non-lethal" attempts by US 82nd Airborne troops to make it stop. The US troops opened fire on the car, which then exploded, Brooks said, because the it had been filled with household gas cylinders with the intention of blowing it up in an attack on the checkpoint. ****************************************************************** 14:57:57 REPLAY TURKEY INCIRLIK, JETS TAKING OFF FOR THE FIRST TIME THERE ****************************************************************** 15:00:33 US IRAQ: REPLAY Defence officials on latest operations, Bush returns to White House ********************************************************** 15:03:21 REPLAY VATICAN IRAQ ****************************************************************** 15:04:59 BASRA BATTLE 2--ADDS CHEERING TO BRITISH FORCES ADVANCE TO CENTRAL BASRA 15:05:55 VIDEO PHONE IMAGES OF CHEERING IN BASRA--THIS CAME ACROSS ON ECHO 15:06:17 POOR QUALITY VIDEO, HARD TO DETERMINE
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APTN / RS 055 / 13:37 - 15:07 / 1:37 - 3:07 PM
13:51:53 SHOTS OF AIRPORT, OUTSIDE, TERMINAL SHOTS 14:02:48 SPORTS 14:08:56 WASHINGTON DC FEED 14:09:41 SHOT OF WHITE HOUSE 14:09:49 SHOT OF WASHINGTON MONUMENT 14:10:01 SHOT OF CAPITAL BUILDING 14:10:12 INTERIOR SHOT OF CONGRESS 14:12:14 PROTESTS 14:12:22 AL GORE SIGNING AUTOGRPAHS 14:12:49 ZOOM IN SHOTS OF WHITE HOUSE AND CAPITAL BURN BACK **************************************************************** 14:30:24 BEGINNING OF BULLETIN ***************************************************************** 14:30:47 REPLAY OF BAGHDAD AIRPORT ***************************************************************** 14:32:48 REPLAY NR BAGHDAD MARINES ***************************************************************** 14:33:50 BAGHDAD CITY 6 WRAP Fighters waiting, aftermath of battle, damage, wounded in hospital 14:33:55 BURNED TRUCKS AND BUILDINGS 14:34:04 HUGE CRATE IN THE ROAD 14:34:14 SHOTS OF DAMAGED BUILDINGS 14:34:29 EXCLUSIVE ABU DHABI VIDEO OF BOMBED OUT HOMES/BUILDINGS 14:35:10 WOUNDED IN HOSPITALAP-APTN-1830: Baghdad City 6 Sunday, 06 April 2003 STORY: Baghdad City 6 - WRAP Fighters waiting, aftermath of battle, damage, wounded in hospital LENGTH: 4:41 FIRST RUN: 1700 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Arabic/English/Nat SOURCE: APTN/ IRAQI TV/Abu Dhabi STORY NUMBER: 368778 DATELINE: 6 April 2003 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 1. Destroyed vehicle and people standing around it 2. Various destroyed building, smoke rising 3. Hole in road 4. Pan of street to destroyed house 5. Mid shot destroyed house 6. Various destroyed exterior and interior of house (FIRST RUN: 1700 EUROPE EVENING - APRIL 6, 2003) ABU DHABI TV - RESTRICTIONS MBC/LBC/ALJAZEERA/EL ARABIYA/JAPAN 7. Wide shot destroyed shop 8. Zoom in to fire 9. Owner pointing at damage 10. Money, covered in ash, in drawer on ground (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 11. Various destroyed bus and people standing around it 12. Pool of blood on street (FIRST RUN 0800 EUROPE MORNING - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 13. Various injured girl on hospital bed 14. Injured man 15. Doctor taking bandage off man 16. Injured baby 17. SOUNDBITE (English) Doctor Osama Saleeh, Orthopedic Surgeon, Vice Manager, al-Kindi Teaching Hospital: "Most of -- about ninety five percent -- of those wounded people they are children and women and old people, and a lot of them were badly injured, and about ten patients were dead." 18. Injured woman and child on hospital bed (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 19. Exterior Al Numan hospital in Baghdad 20. Close-up sign 21. Wide shot patients in hospital ward 22. Various injured man 23. Close shot man attached to drip 24. Various doctors cleaning blood from patient (FIRST RUN: 0715 ASIA PACIFIC LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) Iraqi TV - No Access Iraq/CNN International 25. Wide shot Iraqi fighters standing on US tank they say they captured, thick black smoke rising over Baghdad 26. Iraqi fighter making V (victory) sign on tank 27. Mid shot fighters on tank 28. Damaged tank 29. Various fighters next to tank (FIRST RUN 0800 EUROPE MORNING - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 30. Wide long shot destroyed tank, people and vehicles around it 31. Close shot Iraqi soldier holding up papers and belongings he says they retrieved from the US tank after ambushing it 32. Mid shot soldier, tilt down to him holding papers 33. Wide shot destroyed tank 34. Close-up destroyed tank 35. Side shot of destroyed tank (FIRST RUN 1200 EUROPE UPDATE - APRIL 6, 2003) IRAQI TV - No Access Iraq/CNN International 36. Pan from side of road to traffic 37. Zoom out from people standing at side of road to traffic 38. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) vox pop, Iraqi man: "Look, they (Americans) are not here (pointing at road behind him) - only our brothers. They are in control." 39. Various Iraqi fighter in position on roadside (FIRST RUN: 0715 ASIA PACIFIC LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 40. Wide shot Iraqi volunteers behind sandbags 41. Various close shots of volunteers (FIRST RUN: 1200 EUROPE UPDATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 42. Various plane over Baghdad (FIRST RUN: 0715 ASIA PACIFIC LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 43. Wide shot market in Baghdad street 44. People in market, buying and selling food 45. Close shot man counting money 46. Close shot eggs 47. Wide shot street scenes in Baghdad STORYLINE: After another night of air assaults, and increased US military pressure in and around Baghdad, evidence of the fierce US-led bombardment could be seen in Iraq's capital on Sunday. The city's al-Kindi teaching hospital and the al-Numan hospital said Sunday they received many injured civilians. Doctor Osama Saleeh, an orthopedic surgeon at the al-Kindi hospital, said staff had worked around the clock to treat one-hundred-and twenty patients they had admitted since Saturday. He said the injured were at "top emergency status" and that the operating theatre was in constant use treating them. APTN images from the hospital shows several wounded civilians, including children and teenagers, being treated for limb wounds. Exact numbers of injured are unknown since the US-led on Iraq started, but Red Cross workers say that since Friday (April 4) several hundred war wounded and dozens of dead had been brought to four city hospitals. APTN also filmed destroyed vehicles and buildings in residential areas on Sunday. Also Sunday, Iraqi authorities said they had destroyed a US tank on the outskirts of Baghdad. Iraqi TV showed footage of Iraqi fighters standing on the tank and posing and waving their weapons in the air. APTN later filmed the tank - along with one that appears to be Iraqi - and other military vehicles and hardware destroyed on a road in the outskirts of Baghdad. A large crowd of local people gathered in the area that appears to be the site of a battle that may have taken place several hours before. However, despite the battle moving to Baghdad, some parts of the Iraqi capital had the appearance of continuing normal life. In one area, residents emerged during the morning to buy fruit and vegetables at a street market. Meanwhile, Iraqi men, prepared to fight, were on the streets on Sunday. Many were in positions behind sandbags - and vowing defend Baghdad from U.S. troops. 14:36:35 IRAQIS STANDING ON TOP OF TANKS 14:36:45 IRAQI STANDING WITH A ROCKET GRENADE LAUNCHER ****************************************************************** 14:38:41 REPLAY WITH NIRAQ CONVOY ****************************************************************** 14:42:06 REPLAY N IRAQ FIGHTING 2 14:42:21 JET IN THE SKY 14:42:37 OPEN FIELD WITH TANKS AND HUMVEES 14:42:53 SOLDIERS SHOOTING FROM ON TOP OF 14:43:01 SOLDIER WITTING ON A HILL WITH MISSILE LAUNCHER ON SOLDIER 14:44:42 DOD NIGHTSCOPE VIDEO OF SPECIAL FORCES PARACHUTING ****************************************************************** 14:45:07 NAJAF WOUNDED, 3 US SOLDIERS INJURED 14:45:21 SOLDIERS CARRIED OUT ON STRETCER, THEIR FACES ARE BLURRED 14:45:40 INJURED BEING LOADED ONTO HELICOPTER 14:45:50 TRUCKS CRIVING THOUGH TOWN 14:46:05 SOLDIERS RUNNING AROUND BILING 14:46:12 SOLDIERS WALKING DOWN STREET WITH IRAQIS IN THE DOORWAY 14:46:17 LITTLE GIRL WAVES TO THE TROOPS AS THEY WALK DOWN THE STREET 14:46:56 MINES IN A PILE NEXT TO THE ROAD AP-APTN-1830: Najaf Wounded Sunday, 06 April 2003 STORY: Najaf Wounded - REPLAY 3 US soldiers wounded, evacuated plus patrol in city LENGTH: 1:50 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: No UK/Ireland/CNNi/Euronews/Net TYPE: Arabic/Nat SOURCE: SKY STORY NUMBER: 368750 DATELINE: North of Najaf, 6 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Troops stretchering wounded men 2. Wounded being put on helicopter 3. Helicopter taking off 4. Armoured vehicles driving past 5. Troops breaking cover and running at building 6. Soldier breaks door down, troops enter building 7. Troops on street, civilians watch 8. Child waving 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) US Soldier, talking and translating over the Arabic words of Iraqi citizen: "He said it's just ordinary citizens here, no-one from the Ba'ath Party. They say "We're peaceful people". We just want to free them." 10. Wide shot, armoured vehicle on road next to minefield. 11. Mid shot, man with child 12. Mid shot, soldiers and landmines 13. Close shot, landmines 14. Mid shot, soldier STORYLINE: The unforeseen perils of war were harshly underlined again on Sunday, when three soldiers were accidentally machine-gunned by a colleague who was cleaning his weapon. The soldiers are part of the 101st Airbourne division, currently just north of Najaf, in central Iraq, and heading towards Baghdad. A clip of ten to fifteen rounds were discharged in a matter of seconds - it could have been worse, a full clip would have held more than a hundred bullets. With the trigger mechanism disabled, the burst of fire would have been impossible to stop. The men have been helicoptered out for treatment - they are expected to survive. Meanwhile the infantry of 101st Airbourne continue to press north, passing through villages, towns and cities, securing the terrain as they go. Some Iraqis here in central Iraq are welcoming the coalition forces. Bur long-term problems are likely, this entire area (shot 10) is one huge minefield. Engineers have already cleared hundreds of mines, but there are thought to be thousands, perhaps tens of thousands yet to be dealt with across the country. *************************************************************** 14:47:13 RUSSIA IRAQ CONVOY 14:47:34 "WE ARE STILL GATHERING INFO, WE ARE OBVIOUSLY VERY CONCNERED, WE DON'T KNOW ABOUT THE CIRCUMSTANCES, THE RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT" 14:48:10 IT'S A DIFFICULT SITUATION, 14:48:19 WE DID COORDINATE WITH THE RUSSIANS 14:48:30 WE DO AS MUCH AS WE CAN TO FACILITATE THEIR SAFE DEPARTURE 14:48:44 CENTCOM BRIEIFING 14:48:59 "WE HAVE SOME INITIAL REPORTS FROM OUR EMBASSY IN RUSSIA THAT SOME SORT OF ACCIDENT MAY HAVE OCCURRED" 14:49:19 WE WERE AWARE THAT THEY WERE LEAVING IRAQ 14:49:28 WE DON'T KNOW THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF THIS, I DON'T KNOW IF IT HAS OR NOT 14:49:43 WE UNDERSTAND THAT THIS GROUP OF VEHICLES IS STILL MOVING AP-APTN-1830: Russia Iraq Convoy Sunday, 06 April 2003 STORY: Russia Iraq Convoy - REPLAY Centcom, Russian reax as diplomats come under fire during Baghdad evacuation LENGTH: 2:41 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/POOL STORY NUMBER: 368758 DATELINE: Russia/Qatar, 6 April 2003/ File SHOTLIST: APTN - APTN CLIENTS ONLY Moscow, Russia - April 6, 2003 1. Exteriors Ministry of Foreign Affairs building 2. US Ambassador Alexander Vershbow leaving the building 3. Cutaway Ministry of Foreign Affairs sign 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "We still are gathering the information about the incident that took place a few hours ago. We are obviously very concerned about those who have been wounded. We still do not know which forces were involved, we don't know anything about the circumstances of the incident, but I undertook to get more information from our commanders and to share immediately with the minister, with the Russian government." 5. Cutaway press 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "It is very difficult situation, it is a war zone. We did coordinate with the Russian side on this departure but Iraqi forces are active and there are many military exchanges going on but we will do as much as we can to facilitate their safe departure." 7. Vershbow gets into his limo, leaving POOL Central Command Doha, Qatar - April 6, 2003 8. Wide shot CENTCOM briefing 9. Mid shot reporter asking a question 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, deputy director of operations: "We have some initial reports from are embassy in Russia that there may have been some sort of accident that occurred with respect to that set of vehicles leaving Iraq. We were aware of them leaving Iraq, we certainly had information about that and an anticipation of how they might move and with that we wanted to ensure were providing as much protection as we could. We don't know the circumstances surrounding this or even the factual basis of it yet, we understand they are still moving at this point in time and as we get more information, we absolutely want to get to the bottom of that particualry report. We don't have any specifics yet. We understand that this group of vehicles is still moving." APTN File. Baghdad - Recent 11. Exteriors of Russian embassy STORYLINE: A convoy of Russian diplomats including the ambassador to Iraq came under fire Sunday while evacuating from Baghdad, the Kremlin said. A Foreign Ministry official said it appeared that four or five people were wounded but that their injuries were not life-threatening. The U.S. and Iraqi ambassadors were immediately called to the Russian Foreign Ministry, but Russia did not indicate whether it believed coalition or Iraqi forces were responsible. U.S. Central Command said initial field reports indicated the incident took place in Iraqi-controlled territory and that no coalition forces were in the area. The convoy was fired upon as it was moving toward the Syrian border, the Russian Foreign Ministry said. Russian officials had long ago evacuated most of the embassy's staff, but a core team had remained until Sunday, including Ambassador Vladimir Titorenko, who was in the convoy. The Interfax news agency quoted an unnamed source in the convoy as saying the group was first fired on about 8 kilometers (5 miles) outside Baghdad after it tried to drive around shooting incident seen on the road ahead. The convoy continued after the wounded were treated and stopped when it saw a column of jeeps about 15 kilometers (9 miles) from the city, the source said. The group stopped, sending ahead one car with a flag to explain who they were. Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Yakovenko said preliminary indications were that four or five people were wounded and that their injuries were not life-threatening. The ministry said there were 23 people in the convoy, including several journalists. The Foreign Ministry U-R-G-E-N-Tly called in the U.S. and Iraqi ambassadors and asked them to take all measures necessary to guarantee Russian citizens' safety in Iraq, to investigate the circumstances of the attack and punish those responsible. Leaving the ministry, U.S. Ambassador Alexander Vershbow said his government was investigating and trying to gather information from allied commanders in the area, but did not know who fired on the Russians. Vershbow confirmed the United States had been aware of the planned evacuation in advance and said the U.S. side would do its best to expedite the evacuation. **************************************************************** 14:50:02 REPLAY IRAQ AID **************************************************************** 14:53:14 QATAR CENTCOM 14:53:26 BROOKS AT PODIUM 14:53:36 "THE FIRST VIDEO SHOWS AN ANTIAIRCRAFT--WEST OF KIRKUK ON THE 2ND OF APRIL"--2 SETS OF BLACK SMOKE, THAT'S THE FIRING OF ANTIAIRCRAFT 14:54:29 REGIME AIRCRAFT WAS STRUCK--TO PREVENT THEM FROM FLYING AND DELIVERING WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION 14:54:56 REGIME COMMAND AND CONTOL FACILITY, 21 DIFFERENT WEAPONS WERE USED, EACH REPRESENTED BY A BLUE ARROW 14:55:24 COMMAND AND CONTROL FACILITY, SOUTH OF BAGHDAD, STRUCK ON THE 3RD OF APRIL 14:56:23 MILITARY EQUIPMENT SHIELDED BY CIVILIAN RESIDENTS 14:56:44 CUTAWAYS OF BRIEFING 14:56:50 SPORT UTILITY VEHICLE APPROACHED A CHECKPOINT 14:57:24 IMAGE OF THE TRUCK, LOADED WITH GAS CYLINDERS GOING TO BE DETONATED AT CHECKPOINTAP-APTN-1830: Qatar CENTCOM Sunday, 06 April 2003 STORY: Qatar CENTCOM - REPLAY Highlights of Centcom briefing LENGTH: 4:26 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: POOL STORY NUMBER: 368748 DATELINE: 6 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks walks in to news briefing, greets journalists 2. Wide shot Brooks at briefing 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: "The first video shows an anti-aircraft artillery system that is firing at a coalition aircraft, you'll actually see that in this film." 4. Aerial black-and-white video, shot from coalition aircraft, showing explosions and smoke as Brooks describes the coalition attacks 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: (Over aerial video shots) "This target was west of Kirkuk, in northern Iraq, on the 2nd of April. What you just saw was two sets of black smoke, that was the firing of the anti-aircraft system at this aircraft that was conducting the attack. So just a reminder that these are not benign actions that occur, these are combat actions, and our pilot have done very very well, and been very effective. Lets continue with the tape please.. (tape shows explosions) -- He won the duel." 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: (Over aerial video shots) "The second video shows a regime aircraft located near the al-Tukadam airfield, this was struck on April 4. As I mentioned, we're attacking all identified aircraft, to prevent them from flying for combat purposes, but also to prevent the potential delivery of weapons of mass destruction, chemicals particularly, from aircraft." 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: (Over aerial still shots) "I also have to products to show you from recent precision attacks against assets of the regime. The first one is a regime command and control facility struck on April 3rd. What I'd highlight on this one is that there were 21 weapons that were used, each one represented by a blue arrow. This is the pre-strike.. and the post-strike please.. varying degrees of destruction because the weapons system chosen have varying degrees of explosive capabilities, and that's by deliberate design." 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: (Over aerial still shots) "The second image I want to show you is a command and control facility near Salman Pak near the south of Baghdad. This was struck on the 3rd of April. Two weapons in this case.. post-strike.. and the split." 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: "As we are now able to operate around or within Baghdad, we see indications that the regime continues to put civilians and civilian areas at increasing risk. The following photo will show you Iraqi military equipment which the regime has intentionally placed next to the buildings of a residential area. (over aerial still shot) Although it's a little difficult to see, each blue arrow shows a piece of military equipment that's pushed right up against the side of the building. In some cases there are multiple pieces of equipment. This is a residential area, we don't know if these are houses per-se, but clearly is a residential area." 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: "We however will continue to discriminate in our targeting, we will continue to be selective and seek precision in all we do, but it is clear at this point that the risk is increasing to the civilian population because of decisions made by the regime leaders." 11. Wide shot of Brooks speaking at briefing 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: "And as we've seen in other places, a sports utility vehicle approached the checkpoint, at a high rate of speed. After several unsuccessful non-lethal attempts to cause the vehicle to halt, it continued approaching the checkpoint, and this again as I mentioned was near a populated area. There was a young sergeant in charge at that particular checkpoint and he saw some objects in the back of this vehicle. He ordered one of his gunners to open fire on the threatening vehicle." 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: (Over still images of destroyed car) "This is an image of the vehicle from the rear, after the attack, you can see that it's in an urban area with a kid standing by the side of the road." (Over images of gas cylinders in back of car) "The vehicle had been loaded with gas cylinders, to be detonated in close proximity to the checkpoint. And finally from the side..) 14. Wide shot of Brooks speaking at briefing STORYLINE: The United States Central Command on Sunday released video of aerial attacks by coalition aircraft and missiles on Iraqi positions that it said showed it's efforts to cripple the Baghdad regime while protecting the infrastructure of Iraq for the future. Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Central Command's deputy director of operations, told a news briefing in Qatar that the attacks had struck at military targets, and at facilities that allowed the Iraqi leadership to co-ordinate resistance against coalition forces. Brooks warned that there were further signs that Iraqi forces were placing military equipment in residential areas, and that the danger to Iraqi civilians had worsened "because of decisions made by the regime leaders." Brooks described an apparent suicide attack at Sanawah, near Najaf, when a car was reportedly driven at speed towards a coalition checkpoint, ignoring "non-lethal" attempts by US 82nd Airborne troops to make it stop. The US troops opened fire on the car, which then exploded, Brooks said, because the it had been filled with household gas cylinders with the intention of blowing it up in an attack on the checkpoint. ****************************************************************** 14:57:57 REPLAY TURKEY INCIRLIK, JETS TAKING OFF FOR THE FIRST TIME THERE ****************************************************************** 15:00:33 US IRAQ: REPLAY Defence officials on latest operations, Bush returns to White House ********************************************************** 15:03:21 REPLAY VATICAN IRAQ ****************************************************************** 15:04:59 BASRA BATTLE 2--ADDS CHEERING TO BRITISH FORCES ADVANCE TO CENTRAL BASRA 15:05:55 VIDEO PHONE IMAGES OF CHEERING IN BASRA--THIS CAME ACROSS ON ECHO 15:06:17 POOR QUALITY VIDEO, HARD TO DETERMINE
Special Envoy: [broadcast of November 08, 2018]
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13:51:53 SHOTS OF AIRPORT, OUTSIDE, TERMINAL SHOTS 14:02:48 SPORTS 14:08:56 WASHINGTON DC FEED 14:09:41 SHOT OF WHITE HOUSE 14:09:49 SHOT OF WASHINGTON MONUMENT 14:10:01 SHOT OF CAPITAL BUILDING 14:10:12 INTERIOR SHOT OF CONGRESS 14:12:14 PROTESTS 14:12:22 AL GORE SIGNING AUTOGRPAHS 14:12:49 ZOOM IN SHOTS OF WHITE HOUSE AND CAPITAL BURN BACK **************************************************************** 14:30:24 BEGINNING OF BULLETIN ***************************************************************** 14:30:47 REPLAY OF BAGHDAD AIRPORT ***************************************************************** 14:32:48 REPLAY NR BAGHDAD MARINES ***************************************************************** 14:33:50 BAGHDAD CITY 6 WRAP Fighters waiting, aftermath of battle, damage, wounded in hospital 14:33:55 BURNED TRUCKS AND BUILDINGS 14:34:04 HUGE CRATE IN THE ROAD 14:34:14 SHOTS OF DAMAGED BUILDINGS 14:34:29 EXCLUSIVE ABU DHABI VIDEO OF BOMBED OUT HOMES/BUILDINGS 14:35:10 WOUNDED IN HOSPITALAP-APTN-1830: Baghdad City 6 Sunday, 06 April 2003 STORY: Baghdad City 6 - WRAP Fighters waiting, aftermath of battle, damage, wounded in hospital LENGTH: 4:41 FIRST RUN: 1700 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Arabic/English/Nat SOURCE: APTN/ IRAQI TV/Abu Dhabi STORY NUMBER: 368778 DATELINE: 6 April 2003 SHOTLIST: (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 1. Destroyed vehicle and people standing around it 2. Various destroyed building, smoke rising 3. Hole in road 4. Pan of street to destroyed house 5. Mid shot destroyed house 6. Various destroyed exterior and interior of house (FIRST RUN: 1700 EUROPE EVENING - APRIL 6, 2003) ABU DHABI TV - RESTRICTIONS MBC/LBC/ALJAZEERA/EL ARABIYA/JAPAN 7. Wide shot destroyed shop 8. Zoom in to fire 9. Owner pointing at damage 10. Money, covered in ash, in drawer on ground (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 11. Various destroyed bus and people standing around it 12. Pool of blood on street (FIRST RUN 0800 EUROPE MORNING - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 13. Various injured girl on hospital bed 14. Injured man 15. Doctor taking bandage off man 16. Injured baby 17. SOUNDBITE (English) Doctor Osama Saleeh, Orthopedic Surgeon, Vice Manager, al-Kindi Teaching Hospital: "Most of -- about ninety five percent -- of those wounded people they are children and women and old people, and a lot of them were badly injured, and about ten patients were dead." 18. Injured woman and child on hospital bed (FIRST RUN 1500 EUROPE LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 19. Exterior Al Numan hospital in Baghdad 20. Close-up sign 21. Wide shot patients in hospital ward 22. Various injured man 23. Close shot man attached to drip 24. Various doctors cleaning blood from patient (FIRST RUN: 0715 ASIA PACIFIC LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) Iraqi TV - No Access Iraq/CNN International 25. Wide shot Iraqi fighters standing on US tank they say they captured, thick black smoke rising over Baghdad 26. Iraqi fighter making V (victory) sign on tank 27. Mid shot fighters on tank 28. Damaged tank 29. Various fighters next to tank (FIRST RUN 0800 EUROPE MORNING - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 30. Wide long shot destroyed tank, people and vehicles around it 31. Close shot Iraqi soldier holding up papers and belongings he says they retrieved from the US tank after ambushing it 32. Mid shot soldier, tilt down to him holding papers 33. Wide shot destroyed tank 34. Close-up destroyed tank 35. Side shot of destroyed tank (FIRST RUN 1200 EUROPE UPDATE - APRIL 6, 2003) IRAQI TV - No Access Iraq/CNN International 36. Pan from side of road to traffic 37. Zoom out from people standing at side of road to traffic 38. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) vox pop, Iraqi man: "Look, they (Americans) are not here (pointing at road behind him) - only our brothers. They are in control." 39. Various Iraqi fighter in position on roadside (FIRST RUN: 0715 ASIA PACIFIC LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 40. Wide shot Iraqi volunteers behind sandbags 41. Various close shots of volunteers (FIRST RUN: 1200 EUROPE UPDATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 42. Various plane over Baghdad (FIRST RUN: 0715 ASIA PACIFIC LATE - APRIL 6, 2003) APTN - No Access CNN International 43. Wide shot market in Baghdad street 44. People in market, buying and selling food 45. Close shot man counting money 46. Close shot eggs 47. Wide shot street scenes in Baghdad STORYLINE: After another night of air assaults, and increased US military pressure in and around Baghdad, evidence of the fierce US-led bombardment could be seen in Iraq's capital on Sunday. The city's al-Kindi teaching hospital and the al-Numan hospital said Sunday they received many injured civilians. Doctor Osama Saleeh, an orthopedic surgeon at the al-Kindi hospital, said staff had worked around the clock to treat one-hundred-and twenty patients they had admitted since Saturday. He said the injured were at "top emergency status" and that the operating theatre was in constant use treating them. APTN images from the hospital shows several wounded civilians, including children and teenagers, being treated for limb wounds. Exact numbers of injured are unknown since the US-led on Iraq started, but Red Cross workers say that since Friday (April 4) several hundred war wounded and dozens of dead had been brought to four city hospitals. APTN also filmed destroyed vehicles and buildings in residential areas on Sunday. Also Sunday, Iraqi authorities said they had destroyed a US tank on the outskirts of Baghdad. Iraqi TV showed footage of Iraqi fighters standing on the tank and posing and waving their weapons in the air. APTN later filmed the tank - along with one that appears to be Iraqi - and other military vehicles and hardware destroyed on a road in the outskirts of Baghdad. A large crowd of local people gathered in the area that appears to be the site of a battle that may have taken place several hours before. However, despite the battle moving to Baghdad, some parts of the Iraqi capital had the appearance of continuing normal life. In one area, residents emerged during the morning to buy fruit and vegetables at a street market. Meanwhile, Iraqi men, prepared to fight, were on the streets on Sunday. Many were in positions behind sandbags - and vowing defend Baghdad from U.S. troops. 14:36:35 IRAQIS STANDING ON TOP OF TANKS 14:36:45 IRAQI STANDING WITH A ROCKET GRENADE LAUNCHER ****************************************************************** 14:38:41 REPLAY WITH NIRAQ CONVOY ****************************************************************** 14:42:06 REPLAY N IRAQ FIGHTING 2 14:42:21 JET IN THE SKY 14:42:37 OPEN FIELD WITH TANKS AND HUMVEES 14:42:53 SOLDIERS SHOOTING FROM ON TOP OF 14:43:01 SOLDIER WITTING ON A HILL WITH MISSILE LAUNCHER ON SOLDIER 14:44:42 DOD NIGHTSCOPE VIDEO OF SPECIAL FORCES PARACHUTING ****************************************************************** 14:45:07 NAJAF WOUNDED, 3 US SOLDIERS INJURED 14:45:21 SOLDIERS CARRIED OUT ON STRETCER, THEIR FACES ARE BLURRED 14:45:40 INJURED BEING LOADED ONTO HELICOPTER 14:45:50 TRUCKS CRIVING THOUGH TOWN 14:46:05 SOLDIERS RUNNING AROUND BILING 14:46:12 SOLDIERS WALKING DOWN STREET WITH IRAQIS IN THE DOORWAY 14:46:17 LITTLE GIRL WAVES TO THE TROOPS AS THEY WALK DOWN THE STREET 14:46:56 MINES IN A PILE NEXT TO THE ROAD AP-APTN-1830: Najaf Wounded Sunday, 06 April 2003 STORY: Najaf Wounded - REPLAY 3 US soldiers wounded, evacuated plus patrol in city LENGTH: 1:50 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: No UK/Ireland/CNNi/Euronews/Net TYPE: Arabic/Nat SOURCE: SKY STORY NUMBER: 368750 DATELINE: North of Najaf, 6 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Troops stretchering wounded men 2. Wounded being put on helicopter 3. Helicopter taking off 4. Armoured vehicles driving past 5. Troops breaking cover and running at building 6. Soldier breaks door down, troops enter building 7. Troops on street, civilians watch 8. Child waving 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) US Soldier, talking and translating over the Arabic words of Iraqi citizen: "He said it's just ordinary citizens here, no-one from the Ba'ath Party. They say "We're peaceful people". We just want to free them." 10. Wide shot, armoured vehicle on road next to minefield. 11. Mid shot, man with child 12. Mid shot, soldiers and landmines 13. Close shot, landmines 14. Mid shot, soldier STORYLINE: The unforeseen perils of war were harshly underlined again on Sunday, when three soldiers were accidentally machine-gunned by a colleague who was cleaning his weapon. The soldiers are part of the 101st Airbourne division, currently just north of Najaf, in central Iraq, and heading towards Baghdad. A clip of ten to fifteen rounds were discharged in a matter of seconds - it could have been worse, a full clip would have held more than a hundred bullets. With the trigger mechanism disabled, the burst of fire would have been impossible to stop. The men have been helicoptered out for treatment - they are expected to survive. Meanwhile the infantry of 101st Airbourne continue to press north, passing through villages, towns and cities, securing the terrain as they go. Some Iraqis here in central Iraq are welcoming the coalition forces. Bur long-term problems are likely, this entire area (shot 10) is one huge minefield. Engineers have already cleared hundreds of mines, but there are thought to be thousands, perhaps tens of thousands yet to be dealt with across the country. *************************************************************** 14:47:13 RUSSIA IRAQ CONVOY 14:47:34 "WE ARE STILL GATHERING INFO, WE ARE OBVIOUSLY VERY CONCNERED, WE DON'T KNOW ABOUT THE CIRCUMSTANCES, THE RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT" 14:48:10 IT'S A DIFFICULT SITUATION, 14:48:19 WE DID COORDINATE WITH THE RUSSIANS 14:48:30 WE DO AS MUCH AS WE CAN TO FACILITATE THEIR SAFE DEPARTURE 14:48:44 CENTCOM BRIEIFING 14:48:59 "WE HAVE SOME INITIAL REPORTS FROM OUR EMBASSY IN RUSSIA THAT SOME SORT OF ACCIDENT MAY HAVE OCCURRED" 14:49:19 WE WERE AWARE THAT THEY WERE LEAVING IRAQ 14:49:28 WE DON'T KNOW THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF THIS, I DON'T KNOW IF IT HAS OR NOT 14:49:43 WE UNDERSTAND THAT THIS GROUP OF VEHICLES IS STILL MOVING AP-APTN-1830: Russia Iraq Convoy Sunday, 06 April 2003 STORY: Russia Iraq Convoy - REPLAY Centcom, Russian reax as diplomats come under fire during Baghdad evacuation LENGTH: 2:41 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN/POOL STORY NUMBER: 368758 DATELINE: Russia/Qatar, 6 April 2003/ File SHOTLIST: APTN - APTN CLIENTS ONLY Moscow, Russia - April 6, 2003 1. Exteriors Ministry of Foreign Affairs building 2. US Ambassador Alexander Vershbow leaving the building 3. Cutaway Ministry of Foreign Affairs sign 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "We still are gathering the information about the incident that took place a few hours ago. We are obviously very concerned about those who have been wounded. We still do not know which forces were involved, we don't know anything about the circumstances of the incident, but I undertook to get more information from our commanders and to share immediately with the minister, with the Russian government." 5. Cutaway press 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Vershbow, US Ambassador to Russia: "It is very difficult situation, it is a war zone. We did coordinate with the Russian side on this departure but Iraqi forces are active and there are many military exchanges going on but we will do as much as we can to facilitate their safe departure." 7. Vershbow gets into his limo, leaving POOL Central Command Doha, Qatar - April 6, 2003 8. Wide shot CENTCOM briefing 9. Mid shot reporter asking a question 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, deputy director of operations: "We have some initial reports from are embassy in Russia that there may have been some sort of accident that occurred with respect to that set of vehicles leaving Iraq. We were aware of them leaving Iraq, we certainly had information about that and an anticipation of how they might move and with that we wanted to ensure were providing as much protection as we could. We don't know the circumstances surrounding this or even the factual basis of it yet, we understand they are still moving at this point in time and as we get more information, we absolutely want to get to the bottom of that particualry report. We don't have any specifics yet. We understand that this group of vehicles is still moving." APTN File. Baghdad - Recent 11. Exteriors of Russian embassy STORYLINE: A convoy of Russian diplomats including the ambassador to Iraq came under fire Sunday while evacuating from Baghdad, the Kremlin said. A Foreign Ministry official said it appeared that four or five people were wounded but that their injuries were not life-threatening. The U.S. and Iraqi ambassadors were immediately called to the Russian Foreign Ministry, but Russia did not indicate whether it believed coalition or Iraqi forces were responsible. U.S. Central Command said initial field reports indicated the incident took place in Iraqi-controlled territory and that no coalition forces were in the area. The convoy was fired upon as it was moving toward the Syrian border, the Russian Foreign Ministry said. Russian officials had long ago evacuated most of the embassy's staff, but a core team had remained until Sunday, including Ambassador Vladimir Titorenko, who was in the convoy. The Interfax news agency quoted an unnamed source in the convoy as saying the group was first fired on about 8 kilometers (5 miles) outside Baghdad after it tried to drive around shooting incident seen on the road ahead. The convoy continued after the wounded were treated and stopped when it saw a column of jeeps about 15 kilometers (9 miles) from the city, the source said. The group stopped, sending ahead one car with a flag to explain who they were. Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Yakovenko said preliminary indications were that four or five people were wounded and that their injuries were not life-threatening. The ministry said there were 23 people in the convoy, including several journalists. The Foreign Ministry U-R-G-E-N-Tly called in the U.S. and Iraqi ambassadors and asked them to take all measures necessary to guarantee Russian citizens' safety in Iraq, to investigate the circumstances of the attack and punish those responsible. Leaving the ministry, U.S. Ambassador Alexander Vershbow said his government was investigating and trying to gather information from allied commanders in the area, but did not know who fired on the Russians. Vershbow confirmed the United States had been aware of the planned evacuation in advance and said the U.S. side would do its best to expedite the evacuation. **************************************************************** 14:50:02 REPLAY IRAQ AID **************************************************************** 14:53:14 QATAR CENTCOM 14:53:26 BROOKS AT PODIUM 14:53:36 "THE FIRST VIDEO SHOWS AN ANTIAIRCRAFT--WEST OF KIRKUK ON THE 2ND OF APRIL"--2 SETS OF BLACK SMOKE, THAT'S THE FIRING OF ANTIAIRCRAFT 14:54:29 REGIME AIRCRAFT WAS STRUCK--TO PREVENT THEM FROM FLYING AND DELIVERING WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION 14:54:56 REGIME COMMAND AND CONTOL FACILITY, 21 DIFFERENT WEAPONS WERE USED, EACH REPRESENTED BY A BLUE ARROW 14:55:24 COMMAND AND CONTROL FACILITY, SOUTH OF BAGHDAD, STRUCK ON THE 3RD OF APRIL 14:56:23 MILITARY EQUIPMENT SHIELDED BY CIVILIAN RESIDENTS 14:56:44 CUTAWAYS OF BRIEFING 14:56:50 SPORT UTILITY VEHICLE APPROACHED A CHECKPOINT 14:57:24 IMAGE OF THE TRUCK, LOADED WITH GAS CYLINDERS GOING TO BE DETONATED AT CHECKPOINTAP-APTN-1830: Qatar CENTCOM Sunday, 06 April 2003 STORY: Qatar CENTCOM - REPLAY Highlights of Centcom briefing LENGTH: 4:26 FIRST RUN: 1200 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: POOL STORY NUMBER: 368748 DATELINE: 6 April 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks walks in to news briefing, greets journalists 2. Wide shot Brooks at briefing 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: "The first video shows an anti-aircraft artillery system that is firing at a coalition aircraft, you'll actually see that in this film." 4. Aerial black-and-white video, shot from coalition aircraft, showing explosions and smoke as Brooks describes the coalition attacks 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: (Over aerial video shots) "This target was west of Kirkuk, in northern Iraq, on the 2nd of April. What you just saw was two sets of black smoke, that was the firing of the anti-aircraft system at this aircraft that was conducting the attack. So just a reminder that these are not benign actions that occur, these are combat actions, and our pilot have done very very well, and been very effective. Lets continue with the tape please.. (tape shows explosions) -- He won the duel." 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: (Over aerial video shots) "The second video shows a regime aircraft located near the al-Tukadam airfield, this was struck on April 4. As I mentioned, we're attacking all identified aircraft, to prevent them from flying for combat purposes, but also to prevent the potential delivery of weapons of mass destruction, chemicals particularly, from aircraft." 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: (Over aerial still shots) "I also have to products to show you from recent precision attacks against assets of the regime. The first one is a regime command and control facility struck on April 3rd. What I'd highlight on this one is that there were 21 weapons that were used, each one represented by a blue arrow. This is the pre-strike.. and the post-strike please.. varying degrees of destruction because the weapons system chosen have varying degrees of explosive capabilities, and that's by deliberate design." 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: (Over aerial still shots) "The second image I want to show you is a command and control facility near Salman Pak near the south of Baghdad. This was struck on the 3rd of April. Two weapons in this case.. post-strike.. and the split." 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: "As we are now able to operate around or within Baghdad, we see indications that the regime continues to put civilians and civilian areas at increasing risk. The following photo will show you Iraqi military equipment which the regime has intentionally placed next to the buildings of a residential area. (over aerial still shot) Although it's a little difficult to see, each blue arrow shows a piece of military equipment that's pushed right up against the side of the building. In some cases there are multiple pieces of equipment. This is a residential area, we don't know if these are houses per-se, but clearly is a residential area." 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: "We however will continue to discriminate in our targeting, we will continue to be selective and seek precision in all we do, but it is clear at this point that the risk is increasing to the civilian population because of decisions made by the regime leaders." 11. Wide shot of Brooks speaking at briefing 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: "And as we've seen in other places, a sports utility vehicle approached the checkpoint, at a high rate of speed. After several unsuccessful non-lethal attempts to cause the vehicle to halt, it continued approaching the checkpoint, and this again as I mentioned was near a populated area. There was a young sergeant in charge at that particular checkpoint and he saw some objects in the back of this vehicle. He ordered one of his gunners to open fire on the threatening vehicle." 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Centcom deputy director of operations: (Over still images of destroyed car) "This is an image of the vehicle from the rear, after the attack, you can see that it's in an urban area with a kid standing by the side of the road." (Over images of gas cylinders in back of car) "The vehicle had been loaded with gas cylinders, to be detonated in close proximity to the checkpoint. And finally from the side..) 14. Wide shot of Brooks speaking at briefing STORYLINE: The United States Central Command on Sunday released video of aerial attacks by coalition aircraft and missiles on Iraqi positions that it said showed it's efforts to cripple the Baghdad regime while protecting the infrastructure of Iraq for the future. Brigadier-General Vincent Brooks, US Central Command's deputy director of operations, told a news briefing in Qatar that the attacks had struck at military targets, and at facilities that allowed the Iraqi leadership to co-ordinate resistance against coalition forces. Brooks warned that there were further signs that Iraqi forces were placing military equipment in residential areas, and that the danger to Iraqi civilians had worsened "because of decisions made by the regime leaders." Brooks described an apparent suicide attack at Sanawah, near Najaf, when a car was reportedly driven at speed towards a coalition checkpoint, ignoring "non-lethal" attempts by US 82nd Airborne troops to make it stop. The US troops opened fire on the car, which then exploded, Brooks said, because the it had been filled with household gas cylinders with the intention of blowing it up in an attack on the checkpoint. ****************************************************************** 14:57:57 REPLAY TURKEY INCIRLIK, JETS TAKING OFF FOR THE FIRST TIME THERE ****************************************************************** 15:00:33 US IRAQ: REPLAY Defence officials on latest operations, Bush returns to White House ********************************************************** 15:03:21 REPLAY VATICAN IRAQ ****************************************************************** 15:04:59 BASRA BATTLE 2--ADDS CHEERING TO BRITISH FORCES ADVANCE TO CENTRAL BASRA 15:05:55 VIDEO PHONE IMAGES OF CHEERING IN BASRA--THIS CAME ACROSS ON ECHO 15:06:17 POOR QUALITY VIDEO, HARD TO DETERMINE