Editor's Picks 17 March 2013

Collection with 7 media items created by Editor's Picks

17 Mar 2013 02:30

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Egyptian protesters support armed for...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
16 Mar 2013

Hundreds of protesters demonstrated Friday, March 15, in Nasr City in Cairo to support the armed forces against the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), to which President Mohamed Morsi is affiliated.

The protest was dubbed the “Last Chance” against President Morsi and his administration.

The protesters chanted slogans backing the army, and carried banners saying "Down, down with rule by the guide," which referred to the MB's leader Mohamed Badie.

Controversial TV presenter Tawfiq Okasha took part in the protest.

Traffic was blocked in lanes leading to Nasr City. Protesters set up a stage next to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and raised photographs of public figures including Defense Minister Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and late President Mohamed Anwar al-Sadat.

More than 30 political parties and groups had called for today’s protest, which demands military intervention against the “brotherhoodization” of the state and to stop what they allege are “Islamist militias” that intimidate the people.

Military veterans, members of the Independence Coalition, the Maspero Youth Union, the Silent Majority movement and the Egypt Above All coalition were in attendance.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: March 15, 2013
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: March 15, 2013
Length: 00:01:07
Video Size: 55.1 MB
Language: Arabic
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Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Pan left shot of protestors waving with Egyptian flags
2. Medium shot of speakers on the stage addressing protestors
3. Various shots of protestors waving with Egyptian flags and shouting “Leave” “Leave” in reference to President Morsi
4. Pan left shot of protestors waving with Egyptian flags and shouting “The people and the army are one hand”
5. Various shots of protestors waving with Egyptian flags and shouting statements backing the army
6. Medium shot of a protestor raising a banner backing the Egyptian army
7. Various shots of protestors waving with Egypt flags and shouting against the Muslim Brotherhood
8. Medium shot of a veiled woman raising a banner against the Muslim Brotherhood
9. Wide shot of protestors raising a large Egyptian flag

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Children, victims of Syria's war (7 o...
Azaz, Syria
By Ryan Heughn Jacobs
14 Mar 2013

A Syrian boy walks between tents in the dank smoke filled wharehouse section of Azaz refugee camp on his way to collect water for his family. With 35% of Syria's population under the age of 14, what happens to them now will determine Syria's future.

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Registered Dangerous Trailer
Egypt
By khalil_raof
20 Apr 2011

A trailer for Registered Dangerous, a one hour documentary about the criminal underclass in Egypt.

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The Light In The Cave (Subtitles)
Afghanistan
By sarakeawal
24 Sep 2010

This film features the story of the filmmaker, Suleiman Amanzad, who survived the genocide of the residents of Bamyan province in central Afghanistan by the Taliban in 1999. The filmmaker was four years old when the Taliban captured their village and began massacring people.

His family and other villagers hid themselves in a cave near the village, and this is how they survived the genocide. After that the family of the filmmaker move to Kabul, where Suleiman gets a chance to go to school. He also gets a scholarship from the US Embassy of Kabul and attends one year of high school in the United States.

The film is eight minutes long.

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Istanbul Fashion Week 2013 (17 of 53)
Istanbul, Turkey
By Monique Jaques
13 Mar 2013

Attendees before the the Tuvanam show at Istanbul Fashion Week in Istanbul, Turkey.

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Prince Charles, Duchess of Cornwall a...
Amman, Jordan
By hamzaeqab
12 Mar 2013

Their Majesties King Abdullah and Queen Rania on Monday held a dinner banquet in honour of Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, who started their visit to Jordan on Monday as part of a regional tour.

Prince Charles and the duchess will meet with King Abdullah and Queen Rania for discussions on bilateral ties and prospects for further cooperation, according to a Royal Court statement.

During the three-day visit, the Prince of Wales and the duchess of attend functions and activities aimed to increase Jordan-UK cooperation in the economic, environment, education and entrepreneurship fields.

The British royal couple were received upon arrival by HRH Prince Ghazi, the King’s adviser for religious and cultural affairs and the King’s personal envoy, along with other officials and diplomats from both sides.