Cuba Embargo Rally
Cuba Embargo Rally
Cuba United States: the asphyxiation of an island
A2 / France 2
CUBAN RALLY (05/19/1995)
CUBANS IN ORLANDO ARE TAKING TO THE STREET RALLYING...
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Cuban Crisis, The
CUBA RALLY
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Cuba Releases Alan Gross, Held In Prison For 5 Years
Cubans living in Miami react in little Havana neighbourhood to the news that Alan Gross was released from a Cuban prison and that U.S. President Barack Obama wants to change the United States Cuba policy on December 17, 2014 in Miami, United States. Alan Gross, the American contractor had spent five years in Cuban jail.(Footage by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
REAGAN / FLA
OC 700 SOF MAG ROLL C CONTINUATION OF FTG OF REAGAN. VS RONALD REAGAN TO PRESS IN MIAMI TALKS ON PLATFORM, TAXES, DEFENSE BUDGET. ANSWERS PRESS QUESTIONS. VS REAGAN AND WIFE NANCY REAGAN ARRIVING AT RALLY AT PALM BEACH JUNIOR COLLEGE, ATTENDED BY CUBAN NATIONALS. CALLS FOR NEW TRADE EMBARGO AGAINST CUBA.
Cuba Releases Alan Gross, Held In Prison For 5 Years
Cubans living in Miami react in little Havana neighbourhood to the news that Alan Gross was released from a Cuban prison and that U.S. President Barack Obama wants to change the United States Cuba policy on December 17, 2014 in Miami, United States. Alan Gross, the American contractor had spent five years in Cuban jail.(Footage by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
[Cuba: the end of the Castro era]
A2 / France 2
CUBA ANTI EMBARGO DE
00:00:00:00 B-ROLL Cuban-Americans with signs at demo-rally to PROTEST U.S. embargo against Cuba. (0:00)/
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Universal Newsreel
Cuba May Day - Castro addresses May day rally in Cuba
TAPE: EF01/0377 IN_TIME: 22:44:28 DURATION: 2:06 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Havana, 1 May 2001 SHOTLIST: 1. Wide aerial shot of crowd in plaza 2. Wide shot of crowd 3. Castro in audience (with Elian's father Juan Manuel Gonzalez to his left) 4. Wide shot of crowd 5. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Fidel Castro, President of Cuba "After heroic resistance to 42 years of genocidal embargo, we entered the new millennium with renewed energy and multiplied efforts" 6. Wide aerial shot of crowd 7. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Fidel Castro, President of Cuba "What can you expect today, from a few bourgeois and oligarchic countries without political or ethical principles, that voted together with the United States in Geneva, because of opportunism or cowardice, to serve on a silver platter pretexts and justifications to a government of the extreme right of the United States with the objective of maintaining a genocidal blockade." 8. Wide pan of audience 9. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Fidel Castro, President of Cuba "For Cuba, it's absolutely clear that the so-called Free Trade Area of the Americas in the conditions, timetables, strategies, objectives and procedures imposed by the United States leads inexorably to the annexation of Latin America by the United States" 10. Wide shot of audience 11. Soldiers marching with flags 12. Wide shot of soldiers marching down steps STORYLINE: Cuban President Fidel Castro denounced the U-S embargo and urged workers to protest international criticism of Cuba's human rights record at a rally in Havana where thousands of Cubans gathered for May Day labour celebrations. Castro also invited Cubans to march past the U-S government's mission in Havana in an act of defiance. The protest, part of May Day labor celebrations worldwide, also came as Cuba approaches the first anniversary of Elian Gonzalez's return from the United States after a bitter custody battle which came to echo the wider political conflicts characterising the two countries longtime antagonistic relationship. Marchers on Tuesday were also there to protest the recent U-N condemnation of Cuba for its rights record. The Czech Republic's proposal to condemn Cuba, strongly supported by the United States, was approved by the U-N Human Rights Commission in Geneva on April 18. 10 nations abstained. Castro also made a point of denouncing the proposed Free Trade Area of the Americas. He claims that the hemispheric trading bloc represents U-S efforts to impose its will on Latin America.
CLINTON CUBAN POLICY CONTROVERSY (1995)
PRESIDENT CLINTON’S PROPOSED CHANGES IN POLICY TOWARD CUBA ARE GETTING MIXED REVIEWS.
BROTHERS TO THE RESCUE / PLANES SHOT DOWN BY CUBA
MOS INTVS ON REACTIONS AT MEMORIAL RALLY FOR BROTHERS TO THE RESCUE AND THE SHOOTING DOWN OF TWO OF ITS PLANES BY CUBAN MIG PLANES KILLING FOUR PEOPLE FOR ALLEGEDLY FLYING IN TO CUBAN AIR SPACE. 05:00:06 SLATE. 05:00:26 NATURAL SOUND EXT DAYTIME MCU MOS INTV W/ DOLORES ACOSTA ON THE NEED FOR PUBLIC TO BE AWARE OF THE CUBAN EXILE SITUATION AND THE LOSS OF THESE FOUR AMERICANS IN THAT STRUGGLE AS AN ACT OF WAR. 05:02:20 MCU SOUNDBITE FROM ACOSTA STATING THAT PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON SHOULD CALL FOR A TOTAL EMBARGO AND BLOCKADE OF CUBA TO PUSH FOR FREE ELECTIONS. 05:03:04 MCU MOS INTV W/ ANNA COMONAL ON HER FRUSTRATION W/ FIDEL CASTRO'S MANIPULATION OF THE PRESS AND ALLEGING THAT CUBA IS BUILDING A NUCLEAR REACTOR W/ RUSSIAN AID. MCU SOUNDBITE FROM COMONAL SUPPORTING A BLOCKADE OF CUBA AND CALLING FOR STRONG ACTION FROM CLINTON BY COMPARING IT TO HAITI. 05:05:52 MCU MOS INTV W/ ARNOLDO LLERENA ON HIS SUPPORT FOR BROTHERS TO THE RESCUE AND CALLING FOR THE END OF CASTRO'S REIGN. 05:10:21 MCU MOS INTV W/ UNIDENTIFIED MAN ON THE TRAGEDY OF THE LOSS OF LIFE DURING A HUMANITARIAN EFFORT AND HOPING THAT THIS WILL ENCOURAGE DISSENT IN CUBA. MCU SOUNDBITE FROM MAN STATING THAT THE ACTION WAS A PREMEDITATED ACT OF AGGRESSION. 05:13:57 END OF TAPE.
In Cuba, from Havana to Santiago
FR3 / France 3
Cubans / Pope Visit Reaction (01/24/1998)
Cubans in Massachusetts talk about the influence of the Pope visiting Cuba.
Cuba Releases Alan Gross, Held In Prison For 5 Years
Cubans living in Miami react in little Havana neighbourhood to the news that Alan Gross was released from a Cuban prison and that U.S. President Barack Obama wants to change the United States Cuba policy on December 17, 2014 in Miami, United States. Alan Gross, the American contractor had spent five years in Cuban jail.(Footage by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
CUBA EMBARGO DEMO
00:00:00:00 PROTESTORS OF FIDEL CASTRO B-ROLL Cuban-Americans at demo-rally with signs who SUPPORT the U.S. embargo against Cuba. (0:00)/
Cuba Releases Alan Gross, Held In Prison For 5 Years
Cubans living in Miami react in little Havana neighbourhood to the news that Alan Gross was released from a Cuban prison and that U.S. President Barack Obama wants to change the United States Cuba policy on December 17, 2014 in Miami, United States. Alan Gross, the American contractor had spent five years in Cuban jail.(Footage by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
CUBAN PROTEST (05/12/1995)
CUBAN EXILES CONTINUE THEIR PROTESTS IN MIAMI TODAY... DESPITE POLICE WARNINGS... CUBAN EXILES OF ALL AGES CONTINUE PROTESTING THE PLAN. ABOUT A DOZEN OLDER DEMONSTRATORS WENT TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI TODAY CAUSING A RUCKUS DURING GRADUATION CEREMONIES. AND AT CORAL GABLES SENIOR HIGH -- CLOSE TO A 100 STUDENTS HELD A MORE VOCAL PROTEST -- WAVING CUBAN FLAGS AND SIGNS -- DEMANDING LIBERTY FOR CUBA.
8 pm: [show on November 26, 2016]
A2 / France 2
Cuba Canada - US criticised over charges against Canadian
TAPE: EF02/0292 IN_TIME: 22:13:36 DURATION: 2:42 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Havana - 6 April 2002 SHOTLIST: 1. President Fidel Castro entering rally area 2. Rally 3. Cuban flag 4. Various of Castro at rally 5. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Felipe Perez Roque, Cuban Foreign Minister "We must say here this morning that Canadian citizen James Sabzali has been declared guilty in the United States for selling to Cuba resins to aid processing drinking water. I don't know what type of dangerous and strategic material this could be? Maybe they think we can build a nuclear missile with that? They (the US) has found him guilty. He is being tried for selling to Cuba resins that is going to aid the processing of drinking water for our children, our schools and our homes. According to analysts, this could send this individual to jail for 205 years - I repeat 205 years in jail for the accusation of selling resins to aid the processing of drinking water. Here this morning, we must say that the Cuban people and its government express their support and solidarity to Mr. James Sabzali. to his family, to his friends, as well as to his right to commerce with Cuba and to not to be condemned under the laws of another country, although this country is the most powerful nowadays." 6. Rally 7. Fidel Castro waving flag at rally 8. Rally STORYLINE: Cuba's foreign minister has lashed out at the United States over charges made against a Canadian businessman for violating the 1960 US trade embargo against Cuba James Sabzali, 42, became the first Canadian to be convicted of trading with Cuba, something that is legal in Canada but could send him to prison in the United States. The Canadian businessman was found guilty in the US for selling goods through foreign middlemen by a jury this week. In the unprecedented case - widely regarded as a challenge to Canadian sovereignty - Sabzali was found guilty of a total of 21 counts - 20 counts of violating the US Trading with the Enemy Act and one count of conspiracy. Seven of the 21 charges relate to actions taken on Canadian soil - Canadian law makes it illegal to comply with the US embargo. Sabzali faces up to life in prison and fines of more than 19 (m) million US dollars for sales of water-purification supplies on behalf of international subsidiaries of the Pennsylvania-based BroTech Corp. He is expected to be sentenced on June 28. Speaking before tens of thousands of people at a rally in Havana on Saturday, Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque denounced the US move. He said that resins used in the processing of drinking water were not "dangerous and strategic material". Sabzali is one of three executives found guilty in the case. Also convicted were Brotech owners Donald B. Brodie, 54, of Bryn Mawr and his brother Stefan E. Brodie, 58, of Philadelphia. According to prosecutors, BroTech shipped the chemicals to Canadian and Mexican companies, which forwarded them to Cuba. The chemicals, called "ion exchange resins", are used by the petroleum, sugar and pharmaceutical industries, among others. The trial came amid calls for an end to the 42-year ban, which has been relaxed in recent years through exceptions for food and humanitarian aid. Many US companies are eager to sell their goods in the Communist country just 145 kilometres from the southern tip of Florida. Cubans can already purchase many US products, from Coca-Cola to Winston cigarettes. The products are generally available through foreign distributors of US goods. The US government spent five years building its case against BroTech.
CUBAN DEMO
00:00:00:00 B-ROLL 'Nov. 12th Cuba Coalition' and other groups hold rally to call for end to U.S. economic blockade of Cuba/ B-ROLL begins with rally, followed by march to W.H. and anoth ...
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