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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Odessa celebration turned into pro-ru...
By Arturas Morozovas
10 Apr 2014

Peaceful 70th anniversary celebration of 'liberation of Odessa from fascist invaders' suddenly turned into pro-russian rally.

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Young Syrians from Students to Firemen
Aleppo
By Transterra Editor
09 Apr 2014

Storyline:
Like Ahmed Al Ali, Ahmed Al Masri and Abed Allatif Al Zain from Aleppo, many young men have been forced to out of school because of the war in Syria. The three teenagers are wanted by the government for taking parts in demonstrations. They decided to volunteer as firefighters in rebel controlled areas of Aleppo, "until the regime breaks down" they say. In their free time, Ahmed Al Ali, Ahmed Al Masri and Abed Allatif Al Zain say they like to read poetry and books so that they don't forget what they learned in school.

Interviews:
- Ahmed Al Ali: "I’m a high school student in my last year. I joined the revolution after I took part in many protests. After the rebels took over many areas in Aleppo, I volunteered at the fire department of Aleppo with a few of my schoolmates. Thank god we were able to extinguish a few fires and saved many lives. Hopefully I will go back to school when the war is over".

  • Ahmed Al Masri: "I’m a university student, I joined the revolution and I wasn’t able to continue my studies. We gathered a group of friends to volunteer as firemen and help extinguish fires in Aleppo. This mission didn’t keep me from studying. In our free time we still read poetry and literature books. We hope everything will go back to normal so that and we can go back to university. When the war is over, will be proud to have helped our country by being part of Aleppo's fire department.

  • Abed Allatif Al Zain: "I’m a high school student in my last year. I dropped out of school and joined the revolution. Then I registered at Bab Al Nayrab fire department in Aleppo. We helped extinguish many fires. Thank god we were able to take control and saved many lives. My friend Ahmed suggested that we keep reading books so we wouldn’t forget what we have studied before. We are hoping to go back to school when the revolution wins.

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Syria: Graffiti Activists Challenge I...
Kafranbel, Idlib province, Syria
By Nashwan Marzouk
09 Apr 2014

Storyline:
Activist groups in the city of Kafranbel (Idlib province, Northwest Syria) have organized a graffiti campaign called : "Freedom Without Any Doubt". Activists in the city are trying to fight radical islamist militias that have established a rule of terror in Syrian cities by painting quotes from the Koran that preach a humanist Islam on the city's walls . They also want to gain control of the public space back, which they say had been confiscated by Bashar al Assad's dictatorship as well as by religious militias such as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS).

ISIS has retreated from Kafranbel after a fight against moderate Islamist battalions, three months ago. Since then, activists can work freely.
We follow Hassan Al Ahmed and his fellow activists as they go on a tagging spree at night. We also follow Amer Mattar as he hangs posters around the town. Mattar's younger brother has been fighting with ISIS for several months but this doesn't keep the activist from fighting them with his posters.

Interviews:

Name: Hassan AL AHMED – ACTIVIST for 3ISH
Bite 1: "No religion is to be against one's will" is designed especially for the extremist islamists who say that Sunnis are the strongest. That they want to kill the Alawites and kick out the Christians. We tell them that Syrians are one people."
Bite 2: "There has been a militarization of the conflict but we are against that. We have kept faith in our principles, which are to obtain our freedom and our honor by peaceful protests. We don't want any weapons. "
Bite 3: "The Islamists came in town, they wanted to fight Jihad (holy war). We had to go underground in order to keep our activities going. We would go tagging and painting walls by night and they would answer back by spraying our tags with religious quotes, because all they wanted was verses from the Koran. But we kept on, so they fought us. They arrested my brother and put him in jail. They arrested many civil activists."
Bite 4 : "In darkness: The fly represents us: the youth who keep holding the wall. The fly on the wall keeps observing and buzzing."
Bite 5: "It's a campaign against military. We want to say that the military is wrong."

Name: Amer MATTAR – Profession: Activist for AL SHARE3
Bite 1 (night): "This is an opportunity to gain back the public space that was stolen from us by militia, and that was formerly occupied by the regime with the pictures of Bashar and Hafez Al Assad and that is taken now by Koranic verses. "
Bite 2: (day): "We are trying to spread our ideas and to confront religious extremism by quotes from the Holy Koran such as "Freedom without a doubt", "No religion is to be against one's will", or "How dare you take people as slaves, after they were born free", a quote from Caliph Omar Ben Khattab. "
Bite 3: "Anyone living on Syrian ground takes a risk as the regime can target any place. People are even afraid to have their houses tagged, fearing the regime could target them for that. My personal security situation is not different from the security situation the town is facing."

Shot List: (Description of various shots in the video)

Various shots of: Syrian activists tagging on a wall in Kafranbel by night.
Shot of tag on wall: "Freedom without a doubt"
Shot of tag on wall: "No religion is to be against one's will"
Various shots of: Hassan Al Ahmed preparing and projecting "the fly" pattern.
Various shots of: Kafranbel by day B-roll: destructions and downtown
Various shots of: Hassan Al Ahmed and Amer Mattar putting posters on the walls of Kafranbel by day.
Shots of poster on wall: "Freedom without a doubt"
Shot of poster on wall: "No religion is to be against one's will"
Final shot of bikes leaving with poster on the pole: "How dare you take men as slaves after they were born free?"

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
07 Apr 2014

A leader of "Right sector" ('Pravyi sector' - ukr) organisation Igor Mazur a.k.a. Topol is seen near organisation headquarters in Kiev, Ukraine.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
07 Apr 2014

Headquarters of "Right sector" ('Pravyi sector' - ukr) organisation in central Kiev, Ukraine.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
06 Apr 2014

Members of "Right sector" ('Pravyi sector' - ukr) organisation during a night operation against illegal casino spots in Kiev, Ukraine. Illegal business used current critical situation to spread their activity.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
06 Apr 2014

Headquarters of "Right sector" ('Pravyi sector' - ukr) organisation in central Kiev, Ukraine.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
06 Apr 2014

Anti-government protester prays near monument for revolution victims in Maidan square in Kiev.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
05 Apr 2014

Anti-government protester play table football at barricades of Maidan square in Kiev.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
05 Apr 2014

Inside the military camp of UNA-UNSO (Ukrainian National Assembly - Ukrainian People's Self-Defense) organisation in forest of suburbs of Kiev.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
05 Apr 2014

Inside the military camp of UNA-UNSO (Ukrainian National Assembly - Ukrainian People's Self-Defense) organisation in forest of suburbs of Kiev.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
05 Apr 2014

Inside the military camp of UNA-UNSO (Ukrainian National Assembly - Ukrainian People's Self-Defense) organisation in forest of suburbs of Kiev.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
05 Apr 2014

Inside the military camp of UNA-UNSO (Ukrainian National Assembly - Ukrainian People's Self-Defense) organisation in forest of suburbs of Kiev.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
05 Apr 2014

Inside the military camp of UNA-UNSO (Ukrainian National Assembly - Ukrainian People's Self-Defense) organisation in forest of suburbs of Kiev.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
05 Apr 2014

Military camp of UNA-UNSO (Ukrainian National Assembly - Ukrainian People's Self-Defense) in forest of suburbs of Kiev.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
04 Apr 2014

Members of "Right sector" ('Pravyi sector' - ukr) and 'Maidan self-defence' movements in Kiev, Ukraine.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
04 Apr 2014

Members of "Right sector" ('Pravyi sector' - ukr) organisation in Kiev, Ukraine. Note on the shield under AK-47 stencil: "You must have it in your house".

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
04 Apr 2014

"Crimea is not for Kremlin" written on a shield in Maidan square, Kiev.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
04 Apr 2014

Anti-Government protester Mykhailo Gavryliuk (centre) is seen in Maidan square. M. Gavryliuk was captured by 'Berkut' police officers, stripped naked and beaten after his dentention on Independence Square in Kyiv.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
04 Apr 2014

Former Berkut Riot Police Unit's members, accused of killings protesters, are waiting for the court season near Kiev's Supereme court building.

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Post-Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine
By Arturas Morozovas
04 Apr 2014

Former Berkut Riot Police Unit's members, accused of killings protesters, are waiting for the court season near Kiev's Supereme court building.