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PC/W RETURNING US MEDICAL STUDENTS FROM GRENADA, CHARLES AND JANET BUASE WITH THEIR DAUGHTER, AND JOE ANTARIO. MARK GARDY JOINS THE PC LATER. THEY DESCRIBE THE SITUATION IN GRENADA JUST BEFORE THE US RESCUE MISSION AND DURING THE CONFLICT. CR:118. MS JANET SAYS THAT THE GRENADIANS WANTED US AID. CR:146. SHE ADDS THAT THE MILITARY WAS "VERY EFFECTIVE". CR:186. SHE DESCRIBES HER FEARS OF BEING TRAPPED IN GRENADA BEFORE THE US INTERVENED. CR:204. THEY DISPUTE REPORTS THAT CONDITIONS WERE FINE ON THE ISLAND. CUTS. VS PEOPLE PASS THROUGH THE AIRPORT TERMINAL INCLUDING A YOUNG GIRL WRAPPED IN A BLANKET. CR:282. MS INTV/W ANOTHER RETURNING MEDICAL STUDENT. HE COMMENTS ON THE CONFLICT THERE AND SAYS THAT HIS HOME WAS SURROUNDED BY GUNFIRE. HE SAYS HE WAS "TERRIFIED". HE ALSO SAYS HIS FRIENDS SAW THE ASSASSINATION OF PRIME MINISTER MAURICE BISHOP AND THAT THEIR STORY DIFFERED FROM THE STORY TOLD BY THE GRENADIAN GOVERNMENT. CI: PERSONALITIES: BUASE, CHARLES. PERSONALITIES: BUASE, JANET. PERSONALITIES: ANTARIO, JOE. PERSONALITIES: GARDY, MARK. PERSONALITIES: BISHOP, MAURICE (ABOUT). WAR: GRENADA INVASION (ABOUT).
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Bulgaria Iraq - Bulgaria says soldier killed in Iraq was likely victim of friendly fire
NAME: BUL IRAQ 070305N TAPE: EF05/0208 IN_TIME: 10:21:36:07 DURATION: 00:02:03:16 SOURCES: BNT DATELINE: Sofia, 6/7 March 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 7 March 2005 1. Bulgarian Defence Minister Nikolai Svinarov entering 2. SOUNDBITE: (Bulgarian) Nikolai Svinarov, Bulgarian Defence Minister: "The results (of the investigation) give us enough reason to believe that the death of Private Gardi Gardev was caused by friendly fire. General Nikola Kolev (Chief of Staff of the Bulgarian army) sent a letter to General Richard Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff with a request to investigate the case to clarify the circumstances and to avoid similar incidents in the future." 3. Svinarov leaving 4. Cutaway of media 6 March 2005 5. The remains of Private Gardev arriving at Sofia airport 6. Officials arriving to receive the coffin 7. Soldiers standing to attention 8. Coffin, draped in Bulgarian flag, being carried off aeroplane 9. Soldiers standing to attention 10. State leaders, top military commanders and the family of the soldier awaiting the remains 11. Various of coffin being carried towards waiting vehicle STORYLINE: A Bulgarian soldier killed last week in Iraq was probably shot by troops from the US-led coalition, Defence Minister Nikolai Svinarov said on Monday. "The results (of the investigation) give us enough reason to believe the death of private Gardi Gardev was caused by friendly fire," Svinarov told reporters. He said that, last Friday, a Bulgarian patrol was approached by a civilian Iraqi car. The car did not stop after the patrol gave a signal and the servicemen consequently fired warning shots in the air from the north. After the warning shots, the patrol became the target of overwhelming gunfire from the west, he said. A communication site of the US army is located some 150 metres (yards) away in the same direction, the minister added. Initial reports had said that the soldier was killed in a shootout with insurgents near the central Iraqi city of Diwaniya. Svinarov said that the chief of staff of the Bulgarian army, General Nikola Kolev had sent a letter to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Richard B. Myers, asking for an investigation to be carried out. Bulgaria - a staunch US ally since the beginning of the Iraq war - has a 460-strong infantry battalion in the Iraqi city of Diwaniya, serving under Polish command. The troops'' current mandate ends in mid-2005. Private Gardev was the eighth Bulgarian victim in Iraq. His remains were flown back to Sofia late on Sunday on a special military flight. The funeral will be on Tuesday in his home village of Dolno Sahrane, in central Bulgaria.
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London feed / Guiliana Sgrena interview / Iraq broll / Funeral
Monday, March 07, 2005 London Feed: Sgrena intv./ Iraq b-roll / Italian funeral Slugged: 1205 BROWN X79 / RS NY2 Printed: 07/03/2005 17:03:54 050307#091 Name: 050307#091 Title: BULGARIA IRAQ APTN 1530G Type: APTN FEED In point: 15:33:04.29 Out point: 15:35:11.17 Duration: 00:02:06.18 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR A Tape ID 2043 Source BNT Notes Dopesheet AP-APTN-1530: ++Bulgaria Iraq Monday, 07 March 2005 STORY: ++Bulgaria Iraq - NEW Bulgaria says soldier killed in Iraq was likely victim of friendly fire SOURCE: BNT DATELINE: Sofia, 6/7 March 2005 SHOTLIST: 7 March 2005 1. Bulgarian Defence Minister Nikolai Svinarov entering 12:10:29 2. SOUNDBITE: (Bulgarian) Nikolai Svinarov, Bulgarian Defence Minister: "The results (of the investigation) give us enough reason to believe that the death of Private Gardi Gardev was caused by friendly fire. General Nikola Kolev (Chief of Staff of the Bulgarian army) sent a letter to General Richard Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff with a request to investigate the case to clarify the circumstances and to avoid similar incidents in the future." 3. Svinarov leaving 4. Cutaway of media 6 March 2005 5. The remains of Private Gardev arriving at Sofia airport 6. Officials arriving to receive the coffin 7. Soldiers standing to attention 8. Coffin, draped in Bulgarian flag, being carried off aeroplane 9. Soldiers standing to attention 10. State leaders, top military commanders and the family of the soldier awaiting the remains 11. Various of coffin being carried towards waiting vehicle STORYLINE: 12:08:51 A Bulgarian soldier killed last week in Iraq was probably shot by troops from the US-led coalition, Defence Minister Nikolai Svinarov said on Monday. "The results (of the investigation) give us enough reason to believe the death of private Gardi Gardev was caused by friendly fire," Svinarov told reporters. He said that, last Friday, a Bulgarian patrol was approached by a civilian Iraqi car. The car did not stop after the patrol gave a signal and the servicemen consequently fired warning shots in the air from the north. After the warning shots, the patrol became the target of overwhelming gunfire from the west, he said. A communication site of the US army is located some 150 metres (yards) away in the same direction, the minister added. Initial reports had said that the soldier was killed in a shootout with insurgents near the central Iraqi city of Diwaniya. Svinarov said that the chief of staff of the Bulgarian army, General Nikola Kolev had sent a letter to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Richard B. Myers, asking for an investigation to be carried out. Bulgaria - a staunch US ally since the beginning of the Iraq war - has a 460-strong infantry battalion in the Iraqi city of Diwaniya, serving under Polish command. The troops' current mandate ends in mid-2005. Private Gardev was the eighth Bulgarian victim in Iraq. His remains were flown back to Sofia late on Sunday on a special military flight. Page: 1 12:12:23 Printed: 07/03/2005 17:03:54 050307#091 The funeral will be on Tuesday in his home village of Dolno Sahrane, in central Bulgaria. 050307#080 Name: 050307#080 Title: IRAQ BALAD WRAP APTN EVNW Type: EVN FEED In point: 14:42:28.27 Out point: 14:44:59.03 Duration: 00:02:30.06 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR A Tape ID 2039 Source APTN Notes Dopesheet Balad wrap EVNW Date Shot: 07-MAR-2005 Location: BALAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: ARABI APTN Shotlist: Balad, Iraq, 7 March 2005 1. Wide of scene with local people and soldiers - pan of damage 2. Iraqi soldiers sift through debris 3. Close up rubble 4. Human remains at scene 5. ING (Iraqi National Guard) soldiers at scene 6. Interior of damaged house 7. Hole in wall 8. Charred exterior of house 9. Close up damage 10. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Major Mohammed Abdul Mutalib, ING, "This is certainly a terrorist act. These were a school and houses, it's just sabotage and terrorism. All the casualties were students and civilians." 11. Wide of mangled wreck of car bomb 12. Various of damaged buildings 13. ING officers in military vehicles Salman Pak, Iraq, 7 March 2005 14. Wide of road with halted lorry and US soldiers with military vehicles 15. Stretchers carried into helicopter 16. Helicopter takes off 17. US military vehicles at scene 18. Traffic moving through area after evacuation Dopesheet: A car bomb exploded outside the home of an Iraqi army officer in Balad, 80 kilometers (50 miles) north of Baghdad, killing 12 people and injuring 21. An ING officer at the scene said that the dead were mostly students and local residents. Iraqi soldiers sifted through the rubble after the attack as townsfolk looked on Elsewhere, US forces evacuated casualties from the town of Salman Pak, south of the Iraqi capital on Monday in the aftermath of fighting between American and Iraqi soldiers and insurgents. The fighting occurred after insurgents attacked a convoy of trucks according to witnesses. It's not known if anyone was killed in the attack or how many people were injured. 050307#060 Name: 050307#060 Title: ITALY FUNERAL 2 APTN 1230G Type: APTN FEED Page: 2 12:11:06 Printed: 07/03/2005 17:03:54 050307#060 In point: 12:50:15.17 Out point: 12:54:10.27 Duration: 00:03:55.08 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR A Tape ID 2035 Source APTN Notes Dopesheet APTN-1230: +Italy Funeral 2 Monday, 07 March 2005 Update on funeral of agent shot by US troops in Iraq SOURCE: POOL DATELINE: Rome, 7 March 2005 (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS 7 MARCH) 1. Wide shot of hearse in Piazza della Republica Rome 2. Police escorting hearse (FIRST RUN 1030 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS 7 MARCH) 3. Hearse drives past carrying coffin of Nicola Calipari (draped with Italian flag) (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS 7 MARCH) 4. Pull out of honour guards (FIRST RUN 1030 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS 7 MARCH) 5. Various of military carrying draped coffin inside church (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS 7 MARCH) 6. High shot zoom in of Church interior (FIRST RUN 1030 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS 7 MARCH) 7. Coffin inside Church 8. Pier Scolari, Giuliana Sgrena's partner, pullout to show Rosa Maria Calipari and her children at service (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS 7 MARCH) 9. Pullout to show front row of mourners including Carlo Azeglio Ciampi and Silvio Berlusconi 10. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Angelo Bagnasco, Military chaplain: "This interior nobility, together with his recognised and fruitful profession, lead him to the top of altruism: giving himself, his life to save somebody else's life" 12:15:13 11. Close up of candle 12. Honour guards standing beside the coffin 13. Procession walking along the church 14. Italian president Carlo Azeglio Ciampi 15. Procession 16. Wide shot of procession 17. Wide shot of military guards carrying the coffin outside of the Church 12:16:11 STORYLINE: Hundreds of people packed a Rome church on Monday to pay their last respects to an Italian intelligence officer shot and killed by American troops in Iraq while escorting an ex-hostage to freedom. The state funeral of Nicola Calipari in the Santa Maria degli Angeli Church in downtown Rome drew Italian Prime-Minister Silvio Berlusconi, President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi and other top officials including U.S. Ambassador Mel Sembler and Rome Mayor Walter Veltroni. An honour guard slowly carried the casket draped with an Italian flag into the church, where mourners who jammed the pews stood to applaud. In the front row, Calipari's relatives gripped each other's hands and dabbed away tears. The funeral came after Calipari's body lay in state at Rome's Vittoriano monument, with tens of thousands of people streaming past the flag-draped coffin since the body was returned from Iraq on Saturday night. Meanwhile, the hostage whose life Calipari saved said it was possible they were targeted deliberately because the United States opposes Italy's policy of negotiating with kidnappers, and promised Calipari's widow to find out why they were attacked. Giuliana Sgrena, a journalist who was abducted on 4 February in Baghdad, was recovering in a Rome hospital from a shrapnel wound to the shoulder and was not expected to attend the funeral. Calipari was killed when U.S. troops at a checkpoint fired at their vehicle on Friday as they headed to the airport shortly after her release. Calipari was to be awarded a gold medal of valour for heroism. An autopsy was performed on Sunday, and the Italian news agency ANSA quoted doctors as saying Calipari was struck in the temple by a single round and Page: 3 Dopesheet Printed: 07/03/2005 17:03:54 050307#060 Italian news agency ANSA quoted doctors as saying Calipari was struck in the temple by a single round and died instantly. Sgrena said Calipari died shielding her. She offered no evidence to support her claim that the attack was deliberate, and in an interview published in Monday's edition of the daily Corriere della Sera, she said she doesn't know what led to the attack. 12:16:24 050307#038 Name: 050307#038 Title: IRAQ BAQOUBA 2 APTN 1030G Type: APTN FEED In point: 10:51:56.25 Out point: 10:53:48.11 Duration: 00:01:51.14 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR A Tape ID 2035 Source APTN Notes Dopesheet APTN-1030: +Iraq Baqouba 2 Monday, 07 March 2005 STORY: +Iraq Baqouba 2 - WRAP Scene of car bomb attack, wounded in hospital LENGTH: 1:51 FIRST RUN: 1030 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN STORY NUMBER: 443850 DATELINE: Baqouba, 7 March 2005 SHOTLIST: (First Run1030 ME Europe Prime News, 7 March 2005) 1. Wide shot of the scene where the blast occurred, crowds at scene 2. Various of crater surrounded by young boys 3. Young boys standing around car wreckage 4. Various of damaged civilian cars with residents gathered beside 5. Various of car interior with shattered glass on seats 6. Sign reading "Forensic Medicine" outside morgue 7. Exterior of morgue 8. Various of dead bodies in morgue 9. Women sitting on floor crying (First Run 0830 News Update, 7 Marcy 2005) 10. Various of injured soldiers in hospital 11. Hospital emergency ward sign 12. Exterior of hospital STORYLINE: Insurgents in Iraq launched a series of apparently coordinated attacks in and around Baqouba on Monday, killing 12 police officers and soldiers, medical officers at Baqouba's main hospital said. At least 26 people were wounded and hospitalised, including one civilian. Police said the assaults included a car bomb, three roadside bombs and small arms attacks three checkpoints, one of them just south of Baqouba in Muradiyah. Several damaged civilian cars were at the scene of the car bomb explosion in the Mu'alamin neighbourhood of Baqouba. A spokesman for the US 42nd Infantry Division said guerrillas fired a mortar round into the centre of Baqouba near the blue-domed governor's office. There were no casualties in that attack, but Iraqi police came under small arms fire shortly afterward on a highway south of the city, the army said. Baqouba is about 60 kilometres (35 miles) northeast of Baghdad. Page: 4 Printed: 07/03/2005 17:03:54 050307#011 Name: 050307#011 Title: IRAQ BAQOUBA EVF 0815G Type: FEED-LINES In point: 08:22:22.04 Out point: 08:23:54.18 Duration: 00:01:32.14 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR A Tape ID 2028 Source APTN Notes Dopesheet Iraq Baquba EVF Date Shot: 07-MAR-2005 Location: BAQUBA Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBAPTN Insurgents launched a series of apparently coordinated attacks in and around this city north the Iraqi capital on Monday, killing at least 12 people and wounding 26 others, police and medical officials said. Police Col. Mudhafar al-Jubbori said the assaults included a car bomb, three roadside bombs and small arms attacks on one checkpoint in the city and two checkpoints just south of Baqouba in Muradiyah. Baqouba is located about 60 kilometers (35 miles) northeast of Baghdad. The attacks killed seven soldiers and five police, and wounded 26 others including one civilian caught in the crossfire, said Tariq Ibrahim, a medic at Baqouba's main hospital. A spokesman for the U.S. 42nd Infantry Division, Maj. Richard Goldenberg, said guerrillas fired a mortar around into the center of Baqouba near the blue-domed governor's office. There were no casualties in that attack, but Goldenberg said Iraqi police came under small arms fire shortly afterward on a highway south of the city. "Coalition forces are responding to the mortar attack," he said. Goldenberg said the car bomb exploded just south of the city. Shotlist: Baqouba, Iraq, March 7, 2005 1. Injured being taken out of ambulance with medical staff and security troops nearby 2. Various of ambulance and Iraqi soldiers 3. Blood stain on ground 4. Medical staff with people at ward 5. Various of injured Iraqi troops being treated by doctors 6. Various of doctor treating an injured policeman 7. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Hussein Suraf, Iraqi soldier: ''While we were heading to carryout a mission, two of our vehicles were attacked with mortar rounds. Then another group of our soldiers was also attacked near the bridge.'' 8. Various of injured civilians lying on bed 9. Exterior of Baqouba General Hospita 050306#098 Name: 050306#098 Title: ITALY SGRENA BBC WORLD SERVICE RADIO INTV Type: FEED-LINES In point: 22:03:12.17 Out point: 22:11:39.23 Duration: 00:08:27.08 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR A Tape ID ---- Source BBC WORLD RADIO Notes BBC WORLD SERVICE RADIO (NEWSHOUR) - CONDUCTED ENGLISH LANGUAGE INTERVIEW WITH Page: 5 12:19:15 Printed: 07/03/2005 17:03:54 050306#098 Notes BBC WORLD SERVICE RADIO (NEWSHOUR) - CONDUCTED ENGLISH LANGUAGE INTERVIEW WITH ITALIAN JOURNALIST GIULIANA SGRENA BBC WOULD LIKE US TO CREDIT THE INTERVIEW AS COURTESY: BBC WORLD SERVICE RADIO Dopesheet 22:03:12 the condition of life from a material point of view i can't say but I was in a position of prisoner so you can imagine it was not easy it was very difficult and very heavy to spend the days as prisoner in Iraq - 20secs q what did the captors tell you? 22:03:38 that i need to help them to ask Berlusconi to withdraw the troops q: which you did, disn't you in a tv appeal? 22:03:45 yes but I tried to explain [to] them that it was not, if they wanted me to ask Berlusconi to withdraw the troops and if not they will kill me. it was better to kill me soon because there was no possibility, the possibility was to ask to the Italian people that are against the occupation to ask for the withdrawal and in some way they accepeted this dealing and finally i think that they saw all what happens in Italy, demonstration against occupation, demonstration for my liberation and so they got the word that I was working against the occupation and people were supporting me and they told me we see you are very appreciated in Italy and I think that helped me to be free. q: have you any idea who these people were who were holding you? 22:04:46 - I was hold in Baghdad bu I don't know where q and were you moved once you were held captive or did you stay in the same place? 22:04:55 - yes in the same place, yes q: you then because aware about negotiations going on about your possible release? 22:05:04 Yes I can imagine negotiations were going on but I can't tell you more becuase I was not aware of what was the object of the negotiation.so because they didn't tell me and when I was freed it was the last of my problem which carried on negotiation where I was going on, I was free finally and now we are dealing with the death of this man who was the man who tried to liberate me so for me it was important to be free you can imagine after a month in prison q: you don't know whether money was paid for you freedom? no I don't know Q: re: meeting him for the first time after her release 22:06:00 yes I saw him for the first time when he came to bring me and he was a very special man and gave me, i don't know, suddenly a chance, i immediatly felt in contact with him, he gave me hope but this was too short because he [was] killed after half and hour. q: tell us about the car journey you shared with him 22:06:29 - we are on the way to the airport when guns started to stroke [sic] against us [background noise] and he tried to cover me and there was a shot and he dead q: were you both in the back seat? 22:06:49 - yes q:when you become aware that your car was being fired at? 22:06:57 - but we have to signal (mispron) immediately we were on the way to the airport we were quite sure and they decided to shot us [sic] without any light, any sign we didn't see, there was no block there was nothing but immediately [incomp.] but i didn't know how I was alive after all that q: just to clarify because the americans were saying that warnings were given to the car gs - no, not at all q: bright lights flashing, that sort of thing gs: no, no , nothing q: and then were you fired on by guns or what 22:07:34 - I'm not veyr aware about weapons and so on I think there was the a tank that was shooting, i seen long ballets [bullets] on my seat and so I can imagine by tanks but I'm not so sure. q: why do you think america open fire, could your car have been seen as a threat 22:08:00 [interrupting] we are just a car on a road, with lights and so we were not running without any signal [mispron] we were just a car on teh road so you have to ask to the americans because we don't know what happened. q: did the americans continue to fire after you car had come to a halt? 22:08:19 - our car was destroyed than our driver got out and shouting 'we are italian, we are italian' but the car was destroyed so they came and saw what happened but I was injured, very bad injured [sic] so i can't explains very much what happened after because I was sitting for twenty minutes on the road. military car take me to the hospital [sic] q: i was wondering if the firing stopped when the car came to a halt in the road? 22:08:50 - they [incomp.] destroyed the car and then they came to see us so I don't know if they knew they Page: 6 Dopesheet Printed: 07/03/2005 17:03:54 050306#098 22:08:50 - they [incomp.] destroyed the car and then they came to see us so I don't know if they knew they were doing or not but it's a big responsibility so they have to respond what happened because it's impossible to shot [sic] to a car on the road to the airport without give a signal [mispron], any stop, any check. 22:09:24 q: why do you think the americans fired on your car you have to ask them q but you're quoted as saying it was deliberate? 22:09:29 I can't say it was deliberate because we can't say if there was an mis-information but mis-information in this case is a responsability because you are in a war-field and you have to have the responsibility to pass immediately any information and the information was given to the Italians that we were on the road so I think they given the information to the Italians to tell to the americans that we are on the road so also the mis-information [mispron] is a responsability - now I can't say why they shot to us in this way but it's a very big responsability and we ask an expose on what happened. q: what did the security agent do when he heard the firing? 22:10:18 - at once, the driver said 'they are attacking us they are attacking us', they tried to say that we are italian but it was impossible to get out of the car because the car was under this rain of fire and the other one tried to protect me and he died. ... he was just above me to protect me, yes to protect me q: and then he was hit? gs: yes q: where were you when he was hit? 22:10:49 - he was protecting and i was pushing down to avoid the ballets [bullets] and after I didn't know how long it was because you know it's not easy to imagine how long it takes but immediately after I found out he was dead. q: he dies bascially in your arms? gs - yes q: did he say anything before he died? gs: no q: how do you feel about the man who saved your life? gs 22:11:26 very, very, very sad, i am very painful for him and I'm sorry not to go to the funeral tomorrow because i am in hospital q: he was a brave man gs yes, he was **end** Page: 7 [audio only] GIULIANA SGRENA Interview 12:26:00 we were not driving without any 12:26:13 our car was destroyed. The driver was shouting 'we are Italian, we are italian' but the car was destroyed 12:26:46 they destroyed the car, then they came 12:26:56 I don't know if they knew what we are doing or not 12:27:05 impossible to shot into a car on the road by the airport 12:27:18 you have to ask them. 12:27:24 I cant say it was deliberate. 12:27:30 there was misinformation 12:27:34 you are in a Warfield and you have responsibility 12:27:45 I think that they given the information to the italians 12:27:57 I cant say why they shot 12:28:13 one said 'they are attacking us, they are attacking us' 12:28:28 the other one tried to protect me and he died 12:28:43 he was protecting me and I was pushing down to avoid 12:29:02 immediately after I found he was dead 12:29:23 I am very very very sad
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London feed / Guiliana Sgrena interview / Iraq broll / Funeral
Monday, March 07, 2005 London Feed: Sgrena intv./ Iraq b-roll / Italian funeral Slugged: 1205 BROWN X79 / RS NY2 Printed: 07/03/2005 17:03:54 050307#091 Name: 050307#091 Title: BULGARIA IRAQ APTN 1530G Type: APTN FEED In point: 15:33:04.29 Out point: 15:35:11.17 Duration: 00:02:06.18 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR A Tape ID 2043 Source BNT Notes Dopesheet AP-APTN-1530: ++Bulgaria Iraq Monday, 07 March 2005 STORY: ++Bulgaria Iraq - NEW Bulgaria says soldier killed in Iraq was likely victim of friendly fire SOURCE: BNT DATELINE: Sofia, 6/7 March 2005 SHOTLIST: 7 March 2005 1. Bulgarian Defence Minister Nikolai Svinarov entering 12:10:29 2. SOUNDBITE: (Bulgarian) Nikolai Svinarov, Bulgarian Defence Minister: "The results (of the investigation) give us enough reason to believe that the death of Private Gardi Gardev was caused by friendly fire. General Nikola Kolev (Chief of Staff of the Bulgarian army) sent a letter to General Richard Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff with a request to investigate the case to clarify the circumstances and to avoid similar incidents in the future." 3. Svinarov leaving 4. Cutaway of media 6 March 2005 5. The remains of Private Gardev arriving at Sofia airport 6. Officials arriving to receive the coffin 7. Soldiers standing to attention 8. Coffin, draped in Bulgarian flag, being carried off aeroplane 9. Soldiers standing to attention 10. State leaders, top military commanders and the family of the soldier awaiting the remains 11. Various of coffin being carried towards waiting vehicle STORYLINE: 12:08:51 A Bulgarian soldier killed last week in Iraq was probably shot by troops from the US-led coalition, Defence Minister Nikolai Svinarov said on Monday. "The results (of the investigation) give us enough reason to believe the death of private Gardi Gardev was caused by friendly fire," Svinarov told reporters. He said that, last Friday, a Bulgarian patrol was approached by a civilian Iraqi car. The car did not stop after the patrol gave a signal and the servicemen consequently fired warning shots in the air from the north. After the warning shots, the patrol became the target of overwhelming gunfire from the west, he said. A communication site of the US army is located some 150 metres (yards) away in the same direction, the minister added. Initial reports had said that the soldier was killed in a shootout with insurgents near the central Iraqi city of Diwaniya. Svinarov said that the chief of staff of the Bulgarian army, General Nikola Kolev had sent a letter to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Richard B. Myers, asking for an investigation to be carried out. Bulgaria - a staunch US ally since the beginning of the Iraq war - has a 460-strong infantry battalion in the Iraqi city of Diwaniya, serving under Polish command. The troops' current mandate ends in mid-2005. Private Gardev was the eighth Bulgarian victim in Iraq. His remains were flown back to Sofia late on Sunday on a special military flight. Page: 1 12:12:23 Printed: 07/03/2005 17:03:54 050307#091 The funeral will be on Tuesday in his home village of Dolno Sahrane, in central Bulgaria. 050307#080 Name: 050307#080 Title: IRAQ BALAD WRAP APTN EVNW Type: EVN FEED In point: 14:42:28.27 Out point: 14:44:59.03 Duration: 00:02:30.06 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR A Tape ID 2039 Source APTN Notes Dopesheet Balad wrap EVNW Date Shot: 07-MAR-2005 Location: BALAD Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: ARABI APTN Shotlist: Balad, Iraq, 7 March 2005 1. Wide of scene with local people and soldiers - pan of damage 2. Iraqi soldiers sift through debris 3. Close up rubble 4. Human remains at scene 5. ING (Iraqi National Guard) soldiers at scene 6. Interior of damaged house 7. Hole in wall 8. Charred exterior of house 9. Close up damage 10. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Major Mohammed Abdul Mutalib, ING, "This is certainly a terrorist act. These were a school and houses, it's just sabotage and terrorism. All the casualties were students and civilians." 11. Wide of mangled wreck of car bomb 12. Various of damaged buildings 13. ING officers in military vehicles Salman Pak, Iraq, 7 March 2005 14. Wide of road with halted lorry and US soldiers with military vehicles 15. Stretchers carried into helicopter 16. Helicopter takes off 17. US military vehicles at scene 18. Traffic moving through area after evacuation Dopesheet: A car bomb exploded outside the home of an Iraqi army officer in Balad, 80 kilometers (50 miles) north of Baghdad, killing 12 people and injuring 21. An ING officer at the scene said that the dead were mostly students and local residents. Iraqi soldiers sifted through the rubble after the attack as townsfolk looked on Elsewhere, US forces evacuated casualties from the town of Salman Pak, south of the Iraqi capital on Monday in the aftermath of fighting between American and Iraqi soldiers and insurgents. The fighting occurred after insurgents attacked a convoy of trucks according to witnesses. It's not known if anyone was killed in the attack or how many people were injured. 050307#060 Name: 050307#060 Title: ITALY FUNERAL 2 APTN 1230G Type: APTN FEED Page: 2 12:11:06 Printed: 07/03/2005 17:03:54 050307#060 In point: 12:50:15.17 Out point: 12:54:10.27 Duration: 00:03:55.08 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR A Tape ID 2035 Source APTN Notes Dopesheet APTN-1230: +Italy Funeral 2 Monday, 07 March 2005 Update on funeral of agent shot by US troops in Iraq SOURCE: POOL DATELINE: Rome, 7 March 2005 (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS 7 MARCH) 1. Wide shot of hearse in Piazza della Republica Rome 2. Police escorting hearse (FIRST RUN 1030 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS 7 MARCH) 3. Hearse drives past carrying coffin of Nicola Calipari (draped with Italian flag) (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS 7 MARCH) 4. Pull out of honour guards (FIRST RUN 1030 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS 7 MARCH) 5. Various of military carrying draped coffin inside church (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS 7 MARCH) 6. High shot zoom in of Church interior (FIRST RUN 1030 ME EUROPE PRIME NEWS 7 MARCH) 7. Coffin inside Church 8. Pier Scolari, Giuliana Sgrena's partner, pullout to show Rosa Maria Calipari and her children at service (FIRST RUN 1230 EUROPE PRIME NEWS 7 MARCH) 9. Pullout to show front row of mourners including Carlo Azeglio Ciampi and Silvio Berlusconi 10. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Angelo Bagnasco, Military chaplain: "This interior nobility, together with his recognised and fruitful profession, lead him to the top of altruism: giving himself, his life to save somebody else's life" 12:15:13 11. Close up of candle 12. Honour guards standing beside the coffin 13. Procession walking along the church 14. Italian president Carlo Azeglio Ciampi 15. Procession 16. Wide shot of procession 17. Wide shot of military guards carrying the coffin outside of the Church 12:16:11 STORYLINE: Hundreds of people packed a Rome church on Monday to pay their last respects to an Italian intelligence officer shot and killed by American troops in Iraq while escorting an ex-hostage to freedom. The state funeral of Nicola Calipari in the Santa Maria degli Angeli Church in downtown Rome drew Italian Prime-Minister Silvio Berlusconi, President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi and other top officials including U.S. Ambassador Mel Sembler and Rome Mayor Walter Veltroni. An honour guard slowly carried the casket draped with an Italian flag into the church, where mourners who jammed the pews stood to applaud. In the front row, Calipari's relatives gripped each other's hands and dabbed away tears. The funeral came after Calipari's body lay in state at Rome's Vittoriano monument, with tens of thousands of people streaming past the flag-draped coffin since the body was returned from Iraq on Saturday night. Meanwhile, the hostage whose life Calipari saved said it was possible they were targeted deliberately because the United States opposes Italy's policy of negotiating with kidnappers, and promised Calipari's widow to find out why they were attacked. Giuliana Sgrena, a journalist who was abducted on 4 February in Baghdad, was recovering in a Rome hospital from a shrapnel wound to the shoulder and was not expected to attend the funeral. Calipari was killed when U.S. troops at a checkpoint fired at their vehicle on Friday as they headed to the airport shortly after her release. Calipari was to be awarded a gold medal of valour for heroism. An autopsy was performed on Sunday, and the Italian news agency ANSA quoted doctors as saying Calipari was struck in the temple by a single round and Page: 3 Dopesheet Printed: 07/03/2005 17:03:54 050307#060 Italian news agency ANSA quoted doctors as saying Calipari was struck in the temple by a single round and died instantly. Sgrena said Calipari died shielding her. She offered no evidence to support her claim that the attack was deliberate, and in an interview published in Monday's edition of the daily Corriere della Sera, she said she doesn't know what led to the attack. 12:16:24 050307#038 Name: 050307#038 Title: IRAQ BAQOUBA 2 APTN 1030G Type: APTN FEED In point: 10:51:56.25 Out point: 10:53:48.11 Duration: 00:01:51.14 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR A Tape ID 2035 Source APTN Notes Dopesheet APTN-1030: +Iraq Baqouba 2 Monday, 07 March 2005 STORY: +Iraq Baqouba 2 - WRAP Scene of car bomb attack, wounded in hospital LENGTH: 1:51 FIRST RUN: 1030 RESTRICTIONS: APTN Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: APTN STORY NUMBER: 443850 DATELINE: Baqouba, 7 March 2005 SHOTLIST: (First Run1030 ME Europe Prime News, 7 March 2005) 1. Wide shot of the scene where the blast occurred, crowds at scene 2. Various of crater surrounded by young boys 3. Young boys standing around car wreckage 4. Various of damaged civilian cars with residents gathered beside 5. Various of car interior with shattered glass on seats 6. Sign reading "Forensic Medicine" outside morgue 7. Exterior of morgue 8. Various of dead bodies in morgue 9. Women sitting on floor crying (First Run 0830 News Update, 7 Marcy 2005) 10. Various of injured soldiers in hospital 11. Hospital emergency ward sign 12. Exterior of hospital STORYLINE: Insurgents in Iraq launched a series of apparently coordinated attacks in and around Baqouba on Monday, killing 12 police officers and soldiers, medical officers at Baqouba's main hospital said. At least 26 people were wounded and hospitalised, including one civilian. Police said the assaults included a car bomb, three roadside bombs and small arms attacks three checkpoints, one of them just south of Baqouba in Muradiyah. Several damaged civilian cars were at the scene of the car bomb explosion in the Mu'alamin neighbourhood of Baqouba. A spokesman for the US 42nd Infantry Division said guerrillas fired a mortar round into the centre of Baqouba near the blue-domed governor's office. There were no casualties in that attack, but Iraqi police came under small arms fire shortly afterward on a highway south of the city, the army said. Baqouba is about 60 kilometres (35 miles) northeast of Baghdad. Page: 4 Printed: 07/03/2005 17:03:54 050307#011 Name: 050307#011 Title: IRAQ BAQOUBA EVF 0815G Type: FEED-LINES In point: 08:22:22.04 Out point: 08:23:54.18 Duration: 00:01:32.14 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR A Tape ID 2028 Source APTN Notes Dopesheet Iraq Baquba EVF Date Shot: 07-MAR-2005 Location: BAQUBA Country: IRAQ Sound: NATURAL Language: Source: GBAPTN Insurgents launched a series of apparently coordinated attacks in and around this city north the Iraqi capital on Monday, killing at least 12 people and wounding 26 others, police and medical officials said. Police Col. Mudhafar al-Jubbori said the assaults included a car bomb, three roadside bombs and small arms attacks on one checkpoint in the city and two checkpoints just south of Baqouba in Muradiyah. Baqouba is located about 60 kilometers (35 miles) northeast of Baghdad. The attacks killed seven soldiers and five police, and wounded 26 others including one civilian caught in the crossfire, said Tariq Ibrahim, a medic at Baqouba's main hospital. A spokesman for the U.S. 42nd Infantry Division, Maj. Richard Goldenberg, said guerrillas fired a mortar around into the center of Baqouba near the blue-domed governor's office. There were no casualties in that attack, but Goldenberg said Iraqi police came under small arms fire shortly afterward on a highway south of the city. "Coalition forces are responding to the mortar attack," he said. Goldenberg said the car bomb exploded just south of the city. Shotlist: Baqouba, Iraq, March 7, 2005 1. Injured being taken out of ambulance with medical staff and security troops nearby 2. Various of ambulance and Iraqi soldiers 3. Blood stain on ground 4. Medical staff with people at ward 5. Various of injured Iraqi troops being treated by doctors 6. Various of doctor treating an injured policeman 7. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Hussein Suraf, Iraqi soldier: ''While we were heading to carryout a mission, two of our vehicles were attacked with mortar rounds. Then another group of our soldiers was also attacked near the bridge.'' 8. Various of injured civilians lying on bed 9. Exterior of Baqouba General Hospita 050306#098 Name: 050306#098 Title: ITALY SGRENA BBC WORLD SERVICE RADIO INTV Type: FEED-LINES In point: 22:03:12.17 Out point: 22:11:39.23 Duration: 00:08:27.08 Clip Locations BROWSE,PDR A Tape ID ---- Source BBC WORLD RADIO Notes BBC WORLD SERVICE RADIO (NEWSHOUR) - CONDUCTED ENGLISH LANGUAGE INTERVIEW WITH Page: 5 12:19:15 Printed: 07/03/2005 17:03:54 050306#098 Notes BBC WORLD SERVICE RADIO (NEWSHOUR) - CONDUCTED ENGLISH LANGUAGE INTERVIEW WITH ITALIAN JOURNALIST GIULIANA SGRENA BBC WOULD LIKE US TO CREDIT THE INTERVIEW AS COURTESY: BBC WORLD SERVICE RADIO Dopesheet 22:03:12 the condition of life from a material point of view i can't say but I was in a position of prisoner so you can imagine it was not easy it was very difficult and very heavy to spend the days as prisoner in Iraq - 20secs q what did the captors tell you? 22:03:38 that i need to help them to ask Berlusconi to withdraw the troops q: which you did, disn't you in a tv appeal? 22:03:45 yes but I tried to explain [to] them that it was not, if they wanted me to ask Berlusconi to withdraw the troops and if not they will kill me. it was better to kill me soon because there was no possibility, the possibility was to ask to the Italian people that are against the occupation to ask for the withdrawal and in some way they accepeted this dealing and finally i think that they saw all what happens in Italy, demonstration against occupation, demonstration for my liberation and so they got the word that I was working against the occupation and people were supporting me and they told me we see you are very appreciated in Italy and I think that helped me to be free. q: have you any idea who these people were who were holding you? 22:04:46 - I was hold in Baghdad bu I don't know where q and were you moved once you were held captive or did you stay in the same place? 22:04:55 - yes in the same place, yes q: you then because aware about negotiations going on about your possible release? 22:05:04 Yes I can imagine negotiations were going on but I can't tell you more becuase I was not aware of what was the object of the negotiation.so because they didn't tell me and when I was freed it was the last of my problem which carried on negotiation where I was going on, I was free finally and now we are dealing with the death of this man who was the man who tried to liberate me so for me it was important to be free you can imagine after a month in prison q: you don't know whether money was paid for you freedom? no I don't know Q: re: meeting him for the first time after her release 22:06:00 yes I saw him for the first time when he came to bring me and he was a very special man and gave me, i don't know, suddenly a chance, i immediatly felt in contact with him, he gave me hope but this was too short because he [was] killed after half and hour. q: tell us about the car journey you shared with him 22:06:29 - we are on the way to the airport when guns started to stroke [sic] against us [background noise] and he tried to cover me and there was a shot and he dead q: were you both in the back seat? 22:06:49 - yes q:when you become aware that your car was being fired at? 22:06:57 - but we have to signal (mispron) immediately we were on the way to the airport we were quite sure and they decided to shot us [sic] without any light, any sign we didn't see, there was no block there was nothing but immediately [incomp.] but i didn't know how I was alive after all that q: just to clarify because the americans were saying that warnings were given to the car gs - no, not at all q: bright lights flashing, that sort of thing gs: no, no , nothing q: and then were you fired on by guns or what 22:07:34 - I'm not veyr aware about weapons and so on I think there was the a tank that was shooting, i seen long ballets [bullets] on my seat and so I can imagine by tanks but I'm not so sure. q: why do you think america open fire, could your car have been seen as a threat 22:08:00 [interrupting] we are just a car on a road, with lights and so we were not running without any signal [mispron] we were just a car on teh road so you have to ask to the americans because we don't know what happened. q: did the americans continue to fire after you car had come to a halt? 22:08:19 - our car was destroyed than our driver got out and shouting 'we are italian, we are italian' but the car was destroyed so they came and saw what happened but I was injured, very bad injured [sic] so i can't explains very much what happened after because I was sitting for twenty minutes on the road. military car take me to the hospital [sic] q: i was wondering if the firing stopped when the car came to a halt in the road? 22:08:50 - they [incomp.] destroyed the car and then they came to see us so I don't know if they knew they Page: 6 Dopesheet Printed: 07/03/2005 17:03:54 050306#098 22:08:50 - they [incomp.] destroyed the car and then they came to see us so I don't know if they knew they were doing or not but it's a big responsibility so they have to respond what happened because it's impossible to shot [sic] to a car on the road to the airport without give a signal [mispron], any stop, any check. 22:09:24 q: why do you think the americans fired on your car you have to ask them q but you're quoted as saying it was deliberate? 22:09:29 I can't say it was deliberate because we can't say if there was an mis-information but mis-information in this case is a responsability because you are in a war-field and you have to have the responsibility to pass immediately any information and the information was given to the Italians that we were on the road so I think they given the information to the Italians to tell to the americans that we are on the road so also the mis-information [mispron] is a responsability - now I can't say why they shot to us in this way but it's a very big responsability and we ask an expose on what happened. q: what did the security agent do when he heard the firing? 22:10:18 - at once, the driver said 'they are attacking us they are attacking us', they tried to say that we are italian but it was impossible to get out of the car because the car was under this rain of fire and the other one tried to protect me and he died. ... he was just above me to protect me, yes to protect me q: and then he was hit? gs: yes q: where were you when he was hit? 22:10:49 - he was protecting and i was pushing down to avoid the ballets [bullets] and after I didn't know how long it was because you know it's not easy to imagine how long it takes but immediately after I found out he was dead. q: he dies bascially in your arms? gs - yes q: did he say anything before he died? gs: no q: how do you feel about the man who saved your life? gs 22:11:26 very, very, very sad, i am very painful for him and I'm sorry not to go to the funeral tomorrow because i am in hospital q: he was a brave man gs yes, he was **end** Page: 7 [audio only] GIULIANA SGRENA Interview 12:26:00 we were not driving without any 12:26:13 our car was destroyed. The driver was shouting 'we are Italian, we are italian' but the car was destroyed 12:26:46 they destroyed the car, then they came 12:26:56 I don't know if they knew what we are doing or not 12:27:05 impossible to shot into a car on the road by the airport 12:27:18 you have to ask them. 12:27:24 I cant say it was deliberate. 12:27:30 there was misinformation 12:27:34 you are in a Warfield and you have responsibility 12:27:45 I think that they given the information to the italians 12:27:57 I cant say why they shot 12:28:13 one said 'they are attacking us, they are attacking us' 12:28:28 the other one tried to protect me and he died 12:28:43 he was protecting me and I was pushing down to avoid 12:29:02 immediately after I found he was dead 12:29:23 I am very very very sad
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