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Tales Of Terror - 1962 trailer - horror Vincent Price - Peter Lorre - Joyce Jameson - Basil Rathbone - Debra Paget - directed by Roger Corman skulls morph into faces of films three males - based on stories of Edgar Allan Poe - interior of house on fire fx as red optical blood slowly fills screen
(V) Taiwan Fireworks - VOICER Five killed in fireworks factory explosion in north west Taiwan
TAPE: EF03/1029 IN_TIME: 23:55:51 DURATION: 1:08 SOURCES: CTS RESTRICTIONS: Voice/Effects DATELINE: VOICED BY: VERA FRANKL SHOTLIST: 00 00 Various of explosion at fireworks factory 00 18 Various of emergency services arriving at scene 00 30 People cleaning up after explosion 00 32 FX (Mandarin) eyewitness talking 00 41 Workers at scene 00 46 Various of injured man in hospital 00 54 Various aerials of factory after fire 01 08 ENDS SUGGESTED LEAD IN: Taiwanese officials are investigating a weekend explosion at a legal fireworks factory, the site of four previous blasts, that killed five people and injured about 10 in the northwest of the province. The blast in Tunghsiao township in Miaoli County on Sunday evening caused a fire that set off firecrackers and rockets. SUGGESTED VOICE OVER: 00 00 FX 00 06 The blast caused a raging fire which in its turn ignited the fireworks. 00 11 Rockets and firecrackers lit up the sky with streams of sparks and crackling explosions. 00 18 FX 00 20 Police said four bodies were found at the scene. 00 23 A fifth person - a 31-year-old Vietnamese labourer - died later in hospital. 00 28 Ten others were injured. 00 31 FX 00 33 This man says there was a loud bang. His mother was hurt by broken glass, there was blood everywhere. SUPERCAPTION: Vox Pop, Eyewitness 00 40 It was the fifth explosion at the factory in the past 17 years. 00 43 A magistrate told local media the factory had been allowed to reopen after following the correct procedures. 00 50 According to reports the factory owner is suspected of hiring unskilled temporary workers to meet a rising demand for fireworks ahead of the Lunar New Year. 01 00 Fireworks play an important role in the festival, which is Taiwan's biggest annual holiday. 01 08 ENDS
(V) Russia Heat - VOICED Heatwave in Russian capital
TAPE: EF03/0687 IN_TIME: 22:51:25 DURATION: 0:59 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Moscow, 30 July 2003 VOICED BY AMANDA PALMER SHOTLIST: 00:00 Girl sitting on edge of fountain cooling her feet 00:07 Manyezhnaya Square, zoom in to fountains 00:15 Teenager boys drinking beer 00:20 Girl wading in fountain 00:23 Girl doing backward flip in water 00:28 Man lowering iguanas into water and holding snake in water 00:35 Girl getting out of water 00:39 UPSOUND (Russian) Reptile owner 00:49 Kremlin Tower, pull back to fountain 00:56 Girls sitting on edge of fountain after swim 00:59 VISION ENDS STORYLINE Moscow has been wilting in temperatures almost in the nineties for the last few days. Some people have taken to swimming in the cities fountains to cool off. 02 Everyone - and every thing it seems - is trying to escape the heat in Moscow this week. 08 Temperatures have climbed close to ninety - that's hot for a city that spends much of the year below freezing. 015 Ice cream and drinks vendors are doing a roaring trade. 19 But there are few places to cool off in the Russian capital and residents are flocking to public fountains. 28 Even cold blooded animals who typically love high temperatures are getting hot under the collar and have taken the plunge ...... much to the disbelief of other bathers. 40 FX 42 Its the only place in the centre of Moscow for them to cool down, says the reptiles' owner. FX 49 Relief may come soon though. Temperatures are forecast to drop to a more comfortable 80 degrees in the next few days. 59 ends
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(V) Russia Heat - VOICED Heatwave in Russian capital
TAPE: EF03/0687 IN_TIME: 22:51:25 DURATION: 0:59 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Moscow, 30 July 2003 VOICED BY AMANDA PALMER SHOTLIST: 00:00 Girl sitting on edge of fountain cooling her feet 00:07 Manyezhnaya Square, zoom in to fountains 00:15 Teenager boys drinking beer 00:20 Girl wading in fountain 00:23 Girl doing backward flip in water 00:28 Man lowering iguanas into water and holding snake in water 00:35 Girl getting out of water 00:39 UPSOUND (Russian) Reptile owner 00:49 Kremlin Tower, pull back to fountain 00:56 Girls sitting on edge of fountain after swim 00:59 VISION ENDS STORYLINE Moscow has been wilting in temperatures almost in the nineties for the last few days. Some people have taken to swimming in the cities fountains to cool off. 02 Everyone - and every thing it seems - is trying to escape the heat in Moscow this week. 08 Temperatures have climbed close to ninety - that's hot for a city that spends much of the year below freezing. 015 Ice cream and drinks vendors are doing a roaring trade. 19 But there are few places to cool off in the Russian capital and residents are flocking to public fountains. 28 Even cold blooded animals who typically love high temperatures are getting hot under the collar and have taken the plunge ...... much to the disbelief of other bathers. 40 FX 42 Its the only place in the centre of Moscow for them to cool down, says the reptiles' owner. FX 49 Relief may come soon though. Temperatures are forecast to drop to a more comfortable 80 degrees in the next few days. 59 ends
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Afghanistan Blast (V) - Aftermath, US special forces and ISAF troops at scene, hospital
TAPE: EF02/0753 IN_TIME: 23:01:11 DURATION: 1:19 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Kabul - 5 Sept 2002 VOICED BY VERA FRANKL SHOTLIST: Central Kabul 00 00 Wide shot of police and wreckage at blast site, overturned car in background 00 07 Overturned car amid wreckage 00 11 Yellow car badly damaged by blast 00 15 Police and soldiers beside overturned car 00 19 Men beside fire engine pouring water near burned out yellow car 00 23 Hazir, injured man showing blood stains on arm 00 25 FX Hazir speaking 00 35 Injured man (without shirt) being helped away from the scene 00 42 Close shot police van driving, pull out to mid shot, pan to ambulance driving through barrier, pan as ambulance drives to scene Wazir Akbar Khan Hospital 00 53 Injured being wheeled in stretchers 01 02 Injured child with bloody clothes on stretcher 01 08 Man on stretcher covered in blood 01 15 Wide shot wounded ENDS 01 19 STORYLINE: A powerful car bomb rocked a busy market area in the centre of Kabul on Thursday, in the bloodiest attack since the fall of the Taliban. Confusion surrounds the exact number of dead with police saying ten were killed and a UN security official saying 22 people died. Dozens more were injured in the attack . 00 02 The explosion occurred in one of the most congested areas of the city. 00 06 Many people were out doing their shopping before Friday prayers. 00 10 Witnesses said a smaller explosion had drawn crowds to the area when the bomb, which was placed inside a taxi, exploded in front of a building. Inside were shops selling televisions and satellite dishes - all forbidden during hardline Taliban rule. 00 25 FX 00 29 This man said the second explosion was really big and he saw lots of dead and wounded people on the ground. 00 36 Some dazed victims were still being led away, their clothing ripped and covered in blood. 00 41 Police sealed off the area, allowing only emergency vehicles through to take the injured to hospitals. 00 46 Sirens upsot 00 51 Hospitals were overflowing with dozens of wounded people and many of the seriously injured could not be identified. 00 57 Kabul's Police Chief has accused Osama bin Laden's al Qaida network of orchestrating the explosion ahead of the September 11 anniversary. 01 06 But suspicion also fell on a rebel Afghan warlord who earlier this week called for a jihad, or holy war, to drive foreign troops from Afghanistan.
MALAYSIA: HINDU FESTIVAL OF THAIPUSAM (V)
TAPE_NUMBER: EF00/0101 IN_TIME: 20:56:07 LENGTH: 01:22 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: Voice and effects Voiced by: Phillippa Meager Hindus in Malaysia have celebrated an annual ritual which brings body piercing to new levels. The colourful Thaipusam festival is banned in India because it involves a variety of painful rituals that many fear could spread illness. 00 02 In a sea of colourful robes, thousands of ethnic Indians flocked to Malaysia's most sacred Hindu caves to celebrate a bizarre and painful-looking rite of penance. 00 12 FX 00 14 The annual Thaipusam festival has been banned in India because of tongue and body piercings like this. 00 21 But Hindu faithful say they go into a trance and don't feel the pain at all. 00 27 Indeed, there is little blood shed during the festival, and when the hooks are removed, the only sign of injury is slight redness. 00 36 The festival has its roots in Hindu legend and was brought from southern India by immigrants to the Malaysian peninsula. 00 44 FX 00 46 Before Thaipusam, devotees prepare for as few as three and as many as fifty days. 00 52 During that time, they meditate daily and avoid food and drink throughout the day. 00 58 They don't drink alcohol and won't eat a variety of foods including onions, which are believed to arouse sexual desire. 01 04 The highest rite of passage is for pilgrims, who shave their heads, cover their faces in ash, and drag heavy contraptions known as Kadavi through the streets. 01 10 And in their eyes, body piercing is the highest form of worship. SHOTLIST: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - 21 January 2000 00 00 Wide of scene 00 03 Devotee walking up stairs 00 09 Wide inside caves 00 12 Man having tongue pierced 00 21 Devotee dancing in trance 00 24 Needles into back 00 28 Woman begins dancing after tongue is pierced 00 32 Needles in back 00 37 Hindu devotee in trance 00 40 Close up Hindu devotee in trance 00 43 Hindu women with priest going into a trance 00 47 Traditional musician 00 50 Wide of procession 00 54 Wide of scene 01 00 Woman and child walk up stairs 01 04 Devotee drags "Kadavi" 01 10 Same shot from rear 01 15 Boy receives water 01 18 Devotee pierced 01 22 ends XFA?
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(V) Vatican Teresa - VOICED Pope leads Beatification of Mother Teresa in St Peter's Square
TAPE: EF03/0939 IN_TIME: 02:12:20 DURATION: 1:32 SOURCES: CTV RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Rome - 19 Oct 2003 VOICED BY: LOUISE BATES SHOTLIST: 00 00 Overhead of crowd in St. Peter's Square 00 04 Pan of crowd 00 11 Various of congregation 00 18 Various wide shots of crowd 00 30 Various of Pope John Paul outside St Peter's Basilica 00 43 Nun 00 46 FX Unveiling of Mother Teresa's portrait (beatifying ceremony) 00 57 Clapping 01 00 Various of nuns 01 06 Mother Teresa portrait 01 10 Various of pope riding in vehicle through large crowd of people 01 32 ENDS SUGGESTED LEAD IN: Pope John Paul II, struggling to celebrate Mass but looking joyous, beatified Mother Teresa in a ceremony on Sunday in a pilgrim-packed St. Peter's Square, bestowing on her one of his church's highest honours. In a halting voice, John Paul proclaimed Mother Teresa blessed, the last major step on the path to sainthood. But after stumbling through several prayers, he let aides read all of his homily, including a tribute to "this courageous woman." SUGGESTED VOICE OVER: 00 02 St. Peter's Square and nearby streets overflowed with pilgrims from around the world. 00 08 Officials estimated the crowd to number around three-hundred-thousand. 00 11 They had come to see the beatification of a very special woman, a woman who was to receive one of the highest honours in the Roman Catholic Church. 00 20 Mother Teresa, an ethnic Albanian, dedicated her life to helping the destitute and established convents around the world. 00 29 She died in 1997 in India. 00 32 Pope John Paul the Second officiated at the ceremony. 00 35 In a shaky voice, he proclaimed Mother Teresa blessed, moving her one step closer to sainthood. 00 42 FX 00 54 Nuns from the Missionaries of Charity, the order she founded in 1949, joined the applause as a poster of her face was unveiled. 01 03 In a break with Church practice, the pontiff waived the usual five year wait following a candidate's death to start the beatification process. 01 12 Last year John Paul approved a miracle attributed to Mother Teresa, making it possible for her to receive the honour. 01 20 Beatification opens the way for public veneration. 01 23 A relic with some of her blood on it will go on display in a Rome basilica for a few days starting on Monday. 01 33 ENDS
BRAZIL: RIO DE JANEIRO: 500TH CARNIVAL (2)
TAPE_NUMBER: EF00/0266 IN_TIME: 20:57:48 LENGTH: 01:35 SOURCES: All APTN except shots 01 27 - 01 35 = GLOBO TV RESTRICTIONS: GLOBO TV = No access Brazil/Internet FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: Eng VOICED BY RICHARD VAUGHAN Rio's frenzied Carnival moved from street parties to lavish parades with a record number of visitors coming this year. The theme is Brazil's 500-year anniversary and all the floats commemorate some aspect have if the country's history. But what everyone comes for is the samba dancing. 00 02 A house-sized float topped by a snarling tiger led four thousand dancers down the Sambadrome runway. 00 08- 11 FX 00 11 It was a frenzy of nonstop, rapid-fire samba dancing and singing. 00 15 - 18 00 18 Rio's top 14 samba schools were all trying to impress the judges with their songs, floats and, of course, their costumes and dancing. 00 26 - 29 FX 00 29 Brazil's devalued currency has attracted a record number of visitors from around the world. This Japanese man was asked if he found dancing the samba difficult. 00 39 - 41 FX 00 41 Of course I do- he said, you Brazilians have the rhythm of Samba in your blood, but we don't. So, we have to train a lot harder. 00 51 Celebrities were also out in force. The Brazilian model, who shot to international fame when she became pregnant to rock star Mick Jagger, said the atmosphere was electric. 01 01 SOUNDBITE (English) "It's just unbelievable, I'm so excited, the adrenaline is just rushing through my whole body... I'm just like, I can't even tell you, I'm so excited. I am dying here." SUPERCAPTION: Luciana Gimenez, Mother of Mick Jagger's Child 01 13 The pageant commemorates the arrival, five hundred years ago, of Portuguese explorers to Brazil . This year, all the Carnival's floats and its music paid tribute to some aspect of Brazilian history. 01 24 All those taking part in the weeks of partying and parades hope that this one will be the most spectacular and memorable carnival ever... ends 01 35 SHOTLIST: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. March 5, 2000 XFA APTN 00 00 Tilt down from fireworks to tiger float 00 05 Suzaana Werner (Ex -girlfriend of Brazilian football player Ronaldo) dancing 00 15. Wide shot of girl dancing Samba 00 20 Wide shot man on the top of float 00 25 Dancer in big dress swirling 00 27 Pan up man twirling 00 29 Japanese dancer putting on head dress 00 35 Yoji Nakajima, Japanese Samba dancer speaks 00 48 Nakajima dancing on float 00 55 Model Luciana Gimenez talking to dancers 00 58 Luciana pulling up stockings 01 01 SOUNDBITE (English) Luciana Gimenez, model and mother of Mick Jagger's child 01 13. Wide shot of Gimenez dancing 01 20 Pan from the 'Bahiana' dress to wide of 'Bahianas' -old ladies that are traditional in every Samba school GLOBO 01 27 Top shot parade of floats ends 01 35 ?
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(V) Middle East Bombing - VOICER Bus bombing aftermath, seven killed, wounded, reaction
TAPE: EF03/0457 IN_TIME: 22:39:15 DURATION: 1:42 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Various - 18 May 2003 VOICED BY: LOUISE BATES SHOTLIST: Jerusalem 00 00 Various long shots showing bodies being stretchered away from bus wreckage 00 19 Wide shot of scene 00 22 Tilt down from blood splattered bus ceiling to investigator searching wreckage Entrance to the village of Dahiya el-Barid, near Jerusalem 00 29 Various of Israeli police looking for clues/remains at site of second suicide bomb attack 00 39 Israeli soldier 00 42 Wide shot of Israeli roadblock by entrance to village Jerusalem 00 45 Tilt down front of bus 00 50 Tilt down interior of bus bus 00 54 Bombed No.6 bus being driven away from scene 01 04 SOUNDBITE (English) Mark Sofer, Israeli Foreign Ministry Spokesman: "After the horrendous actions, the intolerable atrocities of the past 12 hours, he has felt it necessary to be at home with the various discussions, the meetings taking place right now in order to see how we can extricate ourselves from the situation we are in and move forward, away from it." 01 21 Police at scene of bus bomb 01 26 Ultra-orthodox Jews preparing to search for body parts Ramallah, West Bank 01 31 FX Israeli jeeps driving through deserted street announcing the curfew STORYLINE: A suicide bomber attacked a Jerusalem bus early Sunday, killing himself and seven passengers and wounding at least 20 others. A second bomber later blew himself up on the city's outskirts, apparently after he failed to penetrate emergency road blocks set up after the first attack. The attacks came just hours after Israeli and Palestinian leaders met to discuss a new peace plan in their first top-level summit in nearly three years, and shortly before Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was scheduled to travel to Washington for talks on the plan with US President George W Bush. SUGGESTED VOICE OVER: 00 02 The first bomber targetted a bus in the north of Jerusalem, blowing himself up and killing seven passengers. 00 09 At least 20 others were wounded, four seriously. 00 13 The assailant struck at a few minutes before six in the morning - the start of rush hour. 00 21 Witnesses said the bomb went off as the bus approached a bridge near one of Jerusalem's largest intersections. 00 29 The second suicide bomber blew himself up at the entrance to a village on the outskirts of Jerusalem. 00 36 Police said the bomber was killed in the blast but no one else was hurt. 00 41 Nobody has claimed responsibility for either attack. 00 45 The bombings came shortly after the Israeli and Palestinian prime ministers met to discuss a new peace plan - the first such meeting between the two sides in almost three years. 00 57 The attacks prompted Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to postpone a trip to meet President Bush. 01 04 SOUNDBITE: (English) "After the horrendous actions, the intolerable atrocities of the past 12 hours, he has felt it necessary to be at home with the various discussions that need to be taking place right now in order to see how we can extricate ourselves from the situation we are in and move forward." (17 secs) SUPERCAPTION: Mark Sofer, Israeli Foreign Ministry Spokesman: 01 23 The bombings are part of a sudden surge in Palestinian attacks - four have occurred in the past 12 hours. 01 31 FX loudspeakers from Israeli army jeeps 01 34 The army imposed a curfew in the West Bank city of Ramallah, near the site of the bus bombing. 01 42 ENDS
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(V) Iraq Explosion - VOICED Two explosions heard at town entrance
TAPE: EF03/0469 IN_TIME: 22:44:08 DURATION: 1:13 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Fallujah, 22 May 2003 VOICED BY: LOUISE BATES SHOTLIST: 00 00 Wide shot of US armoured vehicle and troops stationed side of busy road 00 05 Close up of troops on top of armoured vehicle 00 08 Wide of armoured vehicles 00 10 Wide shot of Iraqis gathered around scene of attack 00 16 SOUNDBITE: (English) First Lt Brent Andrew, 3rd Infantry Division, US Army: "We returned aimed, accurate fire at any individuals bearing a weapon - which is our ROE (rules of engagement), only once we identify a weapon do we return fire. And we identified several individuals with small arms, then obviously we were fired at by some type of anti-tank weapon, probably an RPG." 00 33 Various of remains of tank on ground 00 38 FX man describing how his cousin was killed by US troops 00 51 Various of wrecked car 01 01 Pan of car interior, with blood splattered head rests 01 05 Wide shot of armoured vehicle parked next to road 01 08 Close up of soldiers sitting on top of armoured vehicle 01 13 ENDS STORYLINE: A US armoured vehicle was ambushed during a late-night raid in Fallujah, a town 50 kilometers (30 miles) west of Baghdad in central Iraq, a US military officer said on Thursday. The town has been a flashpoint in postwar tensions between US occupying forces and Iraqis, though American forces said earlier this week that tensions were gradually easing. Protests against the army's presence in Fallujah turned violent last month when US soldiers twice fired on crowds, killing 18 Iraqis and wounding at least 78. SUGGESTED VOICE OVER: 00 02 US soldiers say the armoured vehicle was ambushed as it rolled through the streets of Fallujah. 00 09 Two Bradley fighting vehicles were patrolling the streets in the area when one was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade. 00 16 SOUNDBITE: (English) "We returned aimed, accurate fire at any individuals bearing a weapon - which is our ROE (rules of engagement), only once we identify a weapon do we return fire. And we identified several individuals with small arms and obviously we were fired at by some type of anti-tank weapon probably an RPG (rocket-propelled grenade)." SUPERCAPTION: First Lt Brent Andrew, Third Infantry Division, US Army 00 34 Other residents reported hearing the sound of explosions. 00 38 FX 00 41 This man says U-S troops shot and killed his cousin and his cousin's friend, then crushed their car with a tank. 00 52 A man who lives across the street said two Iraqi civilians were driving a pickup truck near the scene when they were shot and their vehicle smashed. 01 01 The US military said it had no information about any civilian deaths. 01 07 The area around the attack site was quiet later in the day. 01 13 ENDS
(V) Kosovo Tension - VOICER One Serb dies, four injured in grenade attack
TAPE: EF03/0786 IN_TIME: 22:25:22 DURATION: 1:24 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Cernica - 1 Sept 2003 VOICED BY TARA OGDEN SHOTLIST 00 00 Wide shot villagers standing in front of scene of bomb blast, blood stain on street 00 06 Pan from blast hole to crowd gathered 00 12 Close up Serb villagers 00 15 Kosta Dimic, Serb villager speaking about attack, camera tilts down to blast hole and back to him 00 31 Broken window of shop 00 34 Close up blood stains on road with clothes stained in blood 00 38 Soldiers walk down street to inspect scene 00 51 US Humvees on outskirts of Cernica 00 54 Soldier in humvee talking on walkietalkie 00 57 Wide shot soldiers in front of vehicles 01 02 US soldiers with binoculars looking over village 01 06 Close up soldier with binoculars 01 09 American soldiers on patrol 01 12 Back shot of patrol 01 17 Wide shot of patrol ends 01 24 STORYLINE: A hand grenade exploded in a shop in an ethnically mixed village in eastern Kosovo, killing one Serb and injuring four others. Tensions increased last week when the Serbs parliament declared Kosovo an integral part of the republic. The move was condemned by ethnic Albanian leaders who said it would only make things worse in the volatile province where most ethnic Albanians want independence. STORYLINE: 00 02 This is where the attack took place the night before. A hand grenade was thrown at a Serb owned shop and five men were injured, one of them fatally. 00 12 Shocked and angry, the Serb villagers described what happened. 00 15 FX 00 17 Kosta Dimic said they were sitting around, having a beer when a huge explosion took place. Lots of people were crying and screaming and a few were very badly hurt. 00 31 Milomir Savic was flown to the US Army's Camp Bondsteel but he died of his injuries. A second blast shook the village a few minutes later but no-one was hurt in that attack. 00 43 Troops inspected the damage and carried out patrols of the area. 00 47 Kosovo has been administered by the UN and NATO for three years after a NATO bombing campaign forced an end to a bloody Serb crackdown on the province's majority Albanians . 00 58 10-thousand people, mostly ethnic Albanians died. 01 01 Despite the arrival of the peacekeepers, some 200-thousand Kosovo Serbs fled, in fear of revenge attacks. 01 08 Concern is now mounting that those fears are being realised. Earlier this month, a suspected ethnic Albanian gunman killed two Kosovo Serb boys swimming in a river and wounded four other youngsters. 01 23
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(V) Iraq Burial - Burials held of Saddam's sons
TAPE: EF03/0697 IN_TIME: 22:35:11 DURATION: 1:32 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Tikrit, 2 August 2003/FILE VOICED BY RICHARD VAUGHN FILE 00:00 Odai, pull out to Qusai 00:04 Saddam with officials 00:08 Iraqi official with Qusai in middle and Odai on his right 00:10 Iraqi officials Tikrit, Iraq - 2 August 2003 00:14 Various of mourners around graves 00:28 Various of man putting picture on headstone 00:40 SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Iraqi mourner 00:50 Wide of graves 00:54 One grave 00:58 Various of mourners at graves 01:04 Blood on seat, pull out to soldier standing at door of jeep 01:09 Shattered windscreen 01:12 Various of injured soldier being treated 01:18 Stretcher with wounded soldier being carried to jeep 01:25 Jeep with injured soldiers driving away 01:32 VISION ENDS STORYLINE: Leaders of Saddam Hussein's tribe buried the ousted dictator's elder sons, Odai and Qusai, and a grandson Saturday, their bodies wrapped in Iraqi flags in a sign the family considered them to be martyrs. VOICE-OVER: 02 Odai and Qusai Hussein. 04 They were two of the most powerful and feared men in Iraq. 08 Saddam's sons were allegedly responsible for brutal murders and torture under their father's regime. 14 On Saturday morning, the pair were buried in the family cemetery in Tikrit. 18 They were killed ten days ago in a fierce gun battle with U-S troops in the northern city of Mosul. 25 The bodies were wrapped in Iraqi flags - a symbol that, in the eyes of relatives, these men were martyrs. 32 Many ordinary Iraqi's had celebrated at news of the mens' deaths. But in Tikrit support for Saddam and his family remains strong. 40 FX (Arabic) Iraqi mourner: 43 It's a very sad day for us, says this mourner. The majority of people in Saddam's birthplace are very upset. 50 Buried with Qusai and Odai was Qusai's 14-year-old son, Mustafa, who was also killed in the July 22nd battle. 59 There had been fears the burial could spark a big backlash against U.S. forces in Tikrit. 104 The burial stayed low-key, but later in the day several American soldiers were wounded in bomb attacks on military convoys the city. 112 The Tigris River city remains one of the most volatile areas in the country. It's at the centre of the so-called "Sunni Triangle" where remnants of Saddam loyalists have conducted a guerrilla war against American occupation forces. 132
(V) Iraq Burial - Burials held of Saddam's sons
TAPE: EF03/0697 IN_TIME: 22:35:11 DURATION: 1:32 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Tikrit, 2 August 2003/FILE VOICED BY RICHARD VAUGHN FILE 00:00 Odai, pull out to Qusai 00:04 Saddam with officials 00:08 Iraqi official with Qusai in middle and Odai on his right 00:10 Iraqi officials Tikrit, Iraq - 2 August 2003 00:14 Various of mourners around graves 00:28 Various of man putting picture on headstone 00:40 SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Iraqi mourner 00:50 Wide of graves 00:54 One grave 00:58 Various of mourners at graves 01:04 Blood on seat, pull out to soldier standing at door of jeep 01:09 Shattered windscreen 01:12 Various of injured soldier being treated 01:18 Stretcher with wounded soldier being carried to jeep 01:25 Jeep with injured soldiers driving away 01:32 VISION ENDS STORYLINE: Leaders of Saddam Hussein's tribe buried the ousted dictator's elder sons, Odai and Qusai, and a grandson Saturday, their bodies wrapped in Iraqi flags in a sign the family considered them to be martyrs. VOICE-OVER: 02 Odai and Qusai Hussein. 04 They were two of the most powerful and feared men in Iraq. 08 Saddam's sons were allegedly responsible for brutal murders and torture under their father's regime. 14 On Saturday morning, the pair were buried in the family cemetery in Tikrit. 18 They were killed ten days ago in a fierce gun battle with U-S troops in the northern city of Mosul. 25 The bodies were wrapped in Iraqi flags - a symbol that, in the eyes of relatives, these men were martyrs. 32 Many ordinary Iraqi's had celebrated at news of the mens' deaths. But in Tikrit support for Saddam and his family remains strong. 40 FX (Arabic) Iraqi mourner: 43 It's a very sad day for us, says this mourner. The majority of people in Saddam's birthplace are very upset. 50 Buried with Qusai and Odai was Qusai's 14-year-old son, Mustafa, who was also killed in the July 22nd battle. 59 There had been fears the burial could spark a big backlash against U.S. forces in Tikrit. 104 The burial stayed low-key, but later in the day several American soldiers were wounded in bomb attacks on military convoys the city. 112 The Tigris River city remains one of the most volatile areas in the country. It's at the centre of the so-called "Sunni Triangle" where remnants of Saddam loyalists have conducted a guerrilla war against American occupation forces. 132