Imran Khan
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Pakistan Khan
Pakistan Khan
Pakistan Imran - Imran Khan comment on need for Bhutto death inquiry
NAME: PAK IMRAN 20071230I TAPE: EF08/0003 IN_TIME: 10:58:54:20 DURATION: 00:01:01:14 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Lahore - 30 Dec 2007 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST 1. Wide shot of Imran Khan 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Imran Khan, President of Pakistan Tehriik-E-Insaf (Pakistan Justice Party): "The most important thing right now is to hold an inquiry into who killed Benazir, into her assassination. If the finger points toward General Musharaff either directly or indirectly then there cannot be any elections under him." 3. Cutaway 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Imran Khan, President of Pakistan Tehriik-E-Insaf: "The moment (US President) George Bush, (US Secretary of State) Condoleezza Rice, (John) Negroponte (US deputy secretary of state), Richard Boucher (assistant US secretary of state for South and Central Asian affairs) come in to Pakistan, all of them claiming that she was the United States' choice of a liberal leader, she became a target for all those people who are, who believe that the American war on terrorism is a war against Islam and so the fanatics were always going to be after her." 5. Wide of Imran Khan STORYLINE Pakistani opposition politician Imran Khan on Sunday called for a thorough investigation into the assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto. Speaking in Lahore, the leader of the Pakistan Justice Party said there could be no elections until the probe had been concluded. "The most important thing right now is to hold an inquiry into who killed Benazir, into her assassination. If the finger points toward General Musharaff either directly or indirectly then there cannot be any elections under him," he told AP Television. Khan also suggested that the West's backing for Bhutto - and in particular Washington's support for the politician - had made her a target. "The moment George Bush, Condoleezza Rice...come in to Pakistan, all of them claiming that she was the United States' choice of a liberal leader, she became a target for all those people who believe that the American war on terrorism is a war against Islam," he said. "And so the fanatics were always going to be after her," Khan concluded.
Imran Khan
France 24
Pakistan: a border on the brink of war/ Glaciers pakistan
Tony Comiti
KHAN/WORST PREPARED
Imran Khan
Interview
Pakistan Protest - Students protest emergency rule and detention of Imran Khan
NAME: PAK PROTEST 20071119I TAPE: EF07/1393 IN_TIME: 11:02:35:20 DURATION: 00:00:56:01 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Lahore, 19 Nov 2007 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. Wide of students marching with banners and placards 2. Various of students marching and chanting 3. Protesters standing by roadside with placards calling for "freedom", condemning "Martial Law" 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ghazanfar Khan, Punjab University student: "They have taken out Imran Khan from the University without any reason. Although he came here just to lead the students." 5. Protesting students marching with red banners 6. Back shot of protesting students 7. Various of security forces in riot gear standing near university entrance STORYLINE: An estimated one-thousand students from Punjab University marched through the streets of Lahore on Monday to protest the imposition of martial law and the detention of opposition leader, Imran Khan. Security forces in riot gear stood by the entrance to Punjab University as the students marched. Imran Khan was arrested and detained by security forces when he attended a rally at the university last week. The students called for the release of Khan who is popular with Pakistan's youth movement. "They have taken out Imran Khan from the University without any reason. Although he came here just to lead the students," Ghazanfar Khan, a Punjab university student told AP Television. President Musharraf declared emergency rule on November 3 resulting in pro democracy protests throughout Pakistan.
Pakistan Imran Khan
Pakistan Imran Khan
Pakistan: Imran Khan, a superstar facing the wear of power
France 24
PAKISTAN: IMRAN KHAN ON RUSSIA/CHECHNYA CONFLICT
TAPE_NUMBER: EF99/1324 IN_TIME: 20:57:38 LENGTH: 02:50 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: English/Nat Cricketer-turned-Pakistani politician, Imran Khan, is urging the United Nations to impose economic sanctions against Russia as punishment for its offensive in Chechnya. Khan made his demand in a letter to U-N Secretary General Kofi Annan. The letter was handed to a U-N official during an anti-Russia protest by Khan's Tehreek-e-Insaf party in the Pakistani capital Islamabad. Pakistani politician Imran Khan joined his party's anti-Russia demonstration outside the United Nations building in Islamabad on Thursday. Members of his opposition Tehreek-e-Insaf party came here to protest against Russia's offensive in Chechnya. Joining Khan at the demonstration was his British wife Jemima and their children. The former cricketer is urging the United Nations to impose economic sanctions against Russia as punishment for its Chechen offensive. He made his demand in a letter to U-N Secretary General Kofi Annan, which he delivered to a U-N official during the demonstration. Khan said the U-N's failure to impose sanctions against Russia was an example of double standards. SOUNDBITE: (English) "And here we see that wherever the strong are concerned we have always seen that the United Nations has not been able to prevent the strong from butchering the weak. When it came to Afghanistan we see that they've applied sanctions there. Because of one man a whole population is going to be destroyed and impoverished. And on the other hand when we see the Russians blatantly butchering the Chechen people, there is absolutely nothing the United Nations is doing. In fact the world community is helping Russia by providing loans and aid through the IMF. And Tehreek-e-Insaf feels very strongly that this is going to cause more extremism in the Muslim world because this unfairness and blatant injustice being perpetuated is going to increase extremism in the Muslim world and the world community should not be surprised to see that in Afghanistan also the Muslims suffering. In Chechnya also the Muslims are suffering, and there are complete double standards in both cases." SUPER CAPTION: Imran Khan, Pakistani opposition politician After the demonstration outside the U-N building, Khan moved on to another anti-Russia protest elsewhere in Islamabad. The protesters denounced Russia and expressed solidarity with oppressed Muslims in Chechnya. Khan told the crowd that the United Nations was punishing the Muslim world unfairly. Referring to Osama Bin Laden, who is wanted for the bombings of the U-S embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, he said the lives of millions of Afghans had been put in danger because of one man's alleged crime. That made the decision not to take action against Russia even harder to understand, he said. Khan claimed the U-N had failed to stop the butchering of Muslims in both Chechnya and Afghanistan. SHOTLIST: Islamabad, Pakistan - 25 November 1999 XFA 1. Imran Khan standing with protesters in front of UN office 2. Cutaway placard reading "Stop massacre of Chechen children" 3. Imran and Jemima Khan with children carrying placards reading "Russia out of Chechnya" 4. Media scrum and Imran Khan walking through crowd to present memorandum to UN representative 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Imran Khan, Pakistani opposition politician 6. Imran Khan getting into car 7. Car driving away 8. Khan addressing crowd at public rally 9. Mid shot crowd chanting 10. Pan from old man chanting to younger man chanting 11. Mid shot Khan addressing rally 12. Sign reading "UN fulfil responsibility" 13. Wide shot people marching with placards?
IMRAN KHAN PRESSER
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Imran Khan
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CASHMERE TENSIONS
FR3 / France 3
ARCHIVE Pakistan Imran Khan
ARCHIVE Pakistan Imran Khan
REFERENDUM
15:26:34 NATURAL SOUND FTG OF PAKISTANI PRESIDENT PERVEZ MUSHARRAF SUGGESTING REFERENDUM / MEN READING NEWSPAPER / MOS / MUSHARRAF CASTING HIS VOTE / 15:28:35 VS VOTING CENTER / PEOPLE COUNTING VOTE / PRESSER CONCERNING COUNTING VOTES / PRO MUSHARRAF CHANTING / SOUNDBITE IMRAN KHAN FORMER PRIME MINISTERIAL CANDIDATE CONCERNING MUSHARRAF 15:30:46 BREAK
Imran Khan
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INDIA/IMRAN KHAN TALKS FOOTBALL
KASHMIR THE DANGEROUS ESCALATION
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