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Nigerian Election: Buhari Gives Victo...
Abuja
By Chima NWANKWO
01 Apr 2015

It was a sheer carnival in Abuja, Nigeria as General Muhammadu Buhari gave his victory speech after winning the 2015 Presidential elections in Nigeria. Buhari was magnanimous in victory, and made it clear that it was the Nigerian people who had voted him into office.

On the 1st of April, 2015 General Muhammadu Buhari defeated President Goodluck Jonathan in one of Nigeria's most tense elections. The vote had been postponed amid Nigeria's fight against Boko Haram, with many claiming that this was a tactic by current President Jonathan to make gains against the militant group in order to bolster his campaign.

This marks Buhari's second turn as Head of State, having ruled Nigeria as a military dictator between 1983-1985.

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Occupy Maidan 53
Kiev, Ukraine
By Daniel Van Moll
03 Feb 2014

Catholic and Orthodox priests hold a public service at Maidan Nezalezhnosti, the Independence Square occupied by political activists in Kiev, Ukraine on the evening of February 3rd, 2014.

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ANC Open Session at the Durban City H...
Durban, Africa
By Elo B
26 Oct 2013

The African National Congress holds an open sessions at the Durban City Hall.

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ANC Open Session at the Durban City H...
Durban, Africa
By Elo B
26 Oct 2013

The African National Congress holds an open sessions at the Durban City Hall.

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ANC Open Session at the Durban City H...
Durban, Africa
By Elo B
26 Oct 2013

The African National Congress holds an open sessions at the Durban City Hall.

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Durban, Africa
By Elo B
26 Oct 2013

Priest holds speech during a Prayer walk organized by the Christ Kingdom Citizens in front of the City Hall in Durban.

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Winnie Madikizela-Mandela launches he...
Durban, Africa
By Elo B
17 Sep 2013

The Zulu king Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu gives a speech during the launching ceremony of the book 491 days by Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, the Mother of the Nation, in Sibaya, South Africa.

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Winnie Madikizela-Mandela launches he...
Durban, Africa
By Elo B
17 Sep 2013

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, the Mother of the Nation, during the launching ceremony of her book 491 days in Sibaya, South Africa

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Moscow May 6th Prisoners Rally
Moscow, Russia
By Marina Fonda
07 May 2013

Thousands gathered in Moscow in in support of opposition activists who were arrested at last year's May 6 rally on Bolotnaya Square in a rally during Putin's entrance into office.

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Moscow May 6th Prisoners Rally (11 of...
Moscow, Russia
By Marina Fonda
06 May 2013

Thousands gathered in Moscow in in support of opposition activists who were arrested at last year's May 6 rally on Bolotnaya Square in a rally during Putin's entrance into office. Mothers of some of May 6th, 2012 prisoners.

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Moscow May 6th Prisoners Rally (16 of...
Moscow, Russia
By Marina Fonda
06 May 2013

Thousands gathered in Moscow in in support of opposition activists who were arrested at last year's May 6 rally on Bolotnaya Square in a rally during Putin's entrance into office. Former deputy Guennady Gudkov.

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Moscow May 6th Prisoners Rally (9 of 18)
Moscow, Russia
By Marina Fonda
06 May 2013

Thousands gathered in Moscow in in support of opposition activists who were arrested at last year's May 6 rally on Bolotnaya Square in a rally during Putin's entrance into office. Alexey Navalny delivers his speach.

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Moscow May 6th Prisoners Rally (8 of 18)
Moscow, Russia
By Marina Fonda
06 May 2013

Thousands gathered in Moscow in in support of opposition activists who were arrested at last year's May 6 rally on Bolotnaya Square in a rally during Putin's entrance into office. Left: Iulia Navalnina Right: her husband, Alexey Navalny

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Moscow 6th Prisoners Rally (7 of 18)
Moscow, Russia
By Marina Fonda
06 May 2013

Thousands gathered in Moscow in in support of opposition activists who were arrested at last year's May 6 rally on Bolotnaya Square in a rally during Putin's entrance into office. Boris Nemtsov delivers the final speech.

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Moscow May 6th Prisoners Rally (6 of 18)
Moscow, Russia
By Marina Fonda
06 May 2013

Thousands gathered in Moscow in in support of opposition activists who were arrested at last year's May 6 rally on Bolotnaya Square in a rally during Putin's entrance into office. Center: Boris Nemtsov, Left: Guennady Gudkov, Right: Alexey Navalny

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30,000 laborers march on Labor Day
Metro Manila, Philippines
By Sherbien Dacalanio
01 May 2013

Around 30,000 militant and labor groups march to Liwasang Bonifacio on May 1, 2013, Labor Day urging the government for salary increases of 125 pesos across the board nationwide.

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Venezuelan opposition candidate deman...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
15 Apr 2013

Henrique Capriles Radonski leaves after denouncing irregularities in today'a elections that claimed as winner Chavez' succesor Nicolas Maduro.

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Venezuelan opposition candidate deman...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
15 Apr 2013

Henrique Capriles Radonski said he wouldn't recognize the results until all irregularities are investigated and all votes recounted.

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Venezuelan opposition candidate deman...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
15 Apr 2013

Henrique Capriles Radosnki demanded investigation of all irregularities denounced today's during the electoral process.

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Venezuelan opposition candidate deman...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
15 Apr 2013

Henrique Capriles Radonski denounced fraud today accompanied with the coalition of opposition leaders that have aided him in his campaign.

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Venezuelan opposition candidate deman...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
15 Apr 2013

Henrique Capriles Radosnki demanded investigation of all irregularities denounced today's during the electoral process.

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Venezuelan Elections, 2013
Caracas, Venezuela
By Mais Istanbuli
15 Apr 2013

Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles has stated that he will not accept Chavista candidate Nicolas Maduro’s victory until a full audit of the election results is carried out. Capriles has slammed the ruling party with allegations of election fraud.

With the vote split almost equally, acting President Nicolas Maduro has won the Venezuelan presidential election, and is set to replace Hugo Chavez.

Venezuelan election authorities have announced that with 99.12% of the votes counted, Maduro is leading with 50.66 per cent of the votes cast. Capriles is dragging behind with 49.07 per cent.
With the vote split almost equally acting President Nicolas Maduro has won Venezuelan presidential election to replace Hugo Chavez.

Venezuelan election authorities have announced that with 99.12% of votes counted Maduro is leading with 50.66 per cent of the votes cast. Capriles is dragging behind with 49.07 per cent.

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Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
08 Apr 2013

Never before did the Venezuelan opposition have more in their favor for a possible victory on Sunday's elections, but claims of a lack of transparency and favoritism for Hugo Chavez decreased chances of the National Electoral Council's appointed opponent.

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AL Chief Al-Araby meets with Lakhdar ...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
19 Mar 2013

Story: AL Chief Al-Araby meets with Lakhdar Brahimi over Syrian crisis
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: March 18, 2013
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: March 18, 2013
Length: 0:01:58
Video Size: 97.5 MB
Language:
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Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:

  1. Pan left shot of UN-Arab League Special Envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi heading to his meeting with Arab League Chief at the AL headquarters
  2. Various shorts of UN-Arab League Special Envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi meeting with AL Chief Nabil al-Araby
  3. Zoom in shot of Nabil al-Araby and Lakhdar Brahimi heading to a press conference after the meeting
  4. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Arab League Chief Nabil al-Araby:
    “Generally since 1945 when fighting is increasing in any country, the Security Council has to interfere to end the fighting then search for a political settlement and not vice versa. The Security Council is hesitant over the Syrian crisis and can’t be stabilized on opinion and this is the major problem.”
  5. Various shots of Lakhdar Brahimi speaking during the press conference
  6. SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) - UN-Arab League Special Envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi:
    “We see that the only solution to the Syrian crisis is the political solution. The ongoing fighting will only lead to more fighting and won’t solve the crisis of the Syrian people.”
  7. Medium shot of Lakhdar Brahimi concluding his speech at the press conference and leaving

STORYLINE:
Arab League Secretary-General Nabil al-Araby met with UN-Arab League Special Envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi on Monday, March 18, where they held talks over the latest developments of the Syrian crisis and ways to put an end to the ongoing unrest in the country.
According to a press release issued by the League, the meeting tackled the latest developments in the Syrian crisis in light of the consultations conducted by Brahimi with a number of senior international officials during his recent trip, which included a number of countries.
In a press conference after the meeting, Arab League Chief held the UN Security Council responsibility for the ongoing bloodshed in Syria.
He added that the Arab League asked the Security Council last year in April formally to work to stop the fighting in Syria, and then search for a political settlement and not vice versa, stressing that these steps are followed in such matters of conflicts since 1945.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Arab League Chief Nabil al-Araby:
“Generally since 1945 when fighting is increasing in any country, the Security Council has to interfere to end the fighting then search for a political settlement and not vice versa. The Security Council is hesitant over the Syrian crisis and can’t be stabilized on opinion and this is the major problem.” He added that "the current international system based on that when there is a threat to international peace and security, the Security Council has to do its responsibilities to maintain international peace and security but it does not do that.
For his part, Brahimi stressed that the only solution to the crisis in Syria is the political solution and that the bloodshed in Syria will lead only to more bloodshed and instability.
SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) - UN-Arab League Special Envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi:
“We see that the only solution to the Syrian crisis is the political solution. The ongoing fighting will only lead to more fighting and won’t solve the crisis of the Syrian people.” The Cairo meeting coincides with the meeting of the Syrian Opposition Coalition members and Syrian National Coalition members in Istanbul to form an interim government.
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25th Anniversary of the gas attack on...
Halabja, Iraq
By Antonio Zambardino
25 Feb 2013

Aram Karim Hama Hussein (boy) and Ana Karim Hama Hussein (girl) age 4. Born with microcephalus, they are unable to walk and to develop their speech. The siblings are in their parents arms. The father Amat Hama Hussein and his wife Jino.

On the 16th of March 1988, an Iraqi military strike hit the Kurdish town of Halabja with the greatest attack of chemical weapons ever used against a civilian population. The weapons used were a "cocktail" of mustard gas and the nerve agents sarin, tabun and VX. These chemicals drenched the skin and clothes of the targeted people, affected their respiratory tracts and eyes and contaminated their water and food.
But a generation later, the strike on Halabja is still killing people. An increasing number of children are dying each year of leukemia and lymphomas. The cancers are more frequent in children and teenagers in Halabja than elsewhere in Iraqi Kurdistan, and many people have aggressive tumors.
No chemotherapy or radiotherapy is available in this region. The attack has left thousands people wounded physiologically too. Some statues and monument in Halabja are based on the pictures taken on the day of the attack and often show dying people instead of triumphant men in a context of greatness.
The entire city carries this legacy on its shoulders.

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UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi in Rae B...
Rae Barreli Utter Pradesh , India
By newspoint
06 Nov 2012

UPA Chairperson and Congress President Sonia Gandhi inaugurated a modern coach manufacturing factory in her Lok Sabha constituency Rae Barreli tomorrow.

The inauguration of the Rs 1,685 crore coach factory was delayed for more than a year due to the vexed issue of compensation to farmers whose land was used for the factory.

Beside the inauguration, Sonia also handed over appointment letters to farmers whose land was used for the project. The country's largest public transporter had acquired 541 hectares of land for the coach manufacturing factory, out of which 283 hectares belonged to private land owners.

The Rae Bareli coach factory is expected to cater to railways' increasing demand for coaches by annually rolling out about 1,000 coaches. Currently, the factory is engaged only in assembling coaches.

Byte-Sonia Gandhi, UPA Chairperson

“The coach manufacturing unit here will provide job opportunities to the local residents and farmers who have given their land for this project and add to the development of the area”

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Suleiman: Israel Plants Cluster Bombs...
Beirut, Lebanon
By Video Cairo Sat
15 Oct 2012

Lebanese President Michel Suleiman said on Monday, October 15, that Israel has never stopped damaging vast agricultural areas to displace citizens, adding that Israel should stop aggressions against people in agricultural zones of Southern Lebanon.
Suleiman gave a speech at a conference, marking the occasion of World Food Day, organized by the Lebanese Ministry of Agriculture in cooperation with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations.
The conference was organized under the slogan “Agricultural Cooperatives Feed the World”.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Lebanese President Michel Suleiman:
“The courtiers resorting to aggression and occupation should be forced to retreat and submit to international will. This applies to Israel, which has not stopped since its establishment, resorting to aggression and various aggressive practices, including damaging vast agricultural areas, uprooting tens of thousands of trees and burning gardens in order to displace farmers and villagers of whole towns, and broaden its area and impose a new reality. Isn’t planting cluster bombs and mines in Southern Lebanon a type of masked occupation?”
Suleiman said that attention should be given to the agricultural sector through the necessary funding, adding that the act of addressing the issue of food safety remains the Lebanese government’s first duty.
He announced that the government had begun implementing the agriculture development strategy since 2010 and was able so far to develop the agricultural infrastructure. Lebanese President also called for adopting necessary measures to introduce Lebanese products into world markets.
SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Lebanese President Michel Suleiman:
“Therefore, the state started to apply the strategy of developing the agricultural sector since 2010 and managed to accomplish many basic stages of this strategy, including the development of agriculture infrastructure, providing studies and research, issuing and developing necessary legislation. All this effort focuses on the necessity of giving Lebanese farmers and all agricultural sectors the ability to be independent and to allow them to gradually go without all forms of government subsidies.”
World Food Day is celebrated every year around the world on October 16, the day when the FAO was founded in 1945.
The day is celebrated widely by many other organizations concerned with food security.

Story: Suleiman: Israel Plants Cluster Bombs Southern Lebanon to Displace Villagers
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: October 15, 2012
Shooting Location: Beirut, Lebanon
Publishing Time: October 15, 2012
Length: 0:01:46
Video Size: 87.9 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1- Various shots of Lebanese President Michel Suleiman amid crowds of cheering heading to the conference, marking the ceremony of the World Food Day
2- Wide shot of Suleiman heading to give a speech
3- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Lebanese President Michel Suleiman:
“The courtiers resorting to aggression and occupation should be forced to retreat and submit to international will. This applies to Israel, which never stopped since its establishment to resort to aggression and various aggressive practices, including damaging vast agricultural areas, uprooting tens of thousands of trees and burning gardens in order to displace farmers and villagers of whole towns to broaden its area and impose a new reality. Isn’t planting cluster bombs and mines Southern Lebanon a type of masked occupation.”
4- Medium shot of Suleiman during giving his speech at the conference
5- Medium shot of Lebanese Minister of Agriculture Hussein Hajj Hassan
6- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Lebanese President Michel Suleiman:
“Therefore, the state started to apply the strategy of developing the agricultural sector since 2010 and managed to accomplish many basic stages of this strategy, including the development of agriculture infrastructure, providing studies and researches, issuing and developing necessary legislations. All this effort focuses on the necessity of giving Lebanese farmers and all agricultural sectors the ability of self-independence and to allow them to gradually go without all forms of government subsidies.”
7- Wide shot of the attendees cheering after Suleiman finished his speech

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Egypt’s President Morsi Marks the 39t...
Cairo International Stadium, Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
06 Oct 2012

President Mohamed Morsi gave a speech on Saturday, October 6, at Cairo’s International Stadium, marking the 39th anniversary of Egypt's military victory against Israel during the 1973 war, commonly known as the 6 October or Yom Kippur War.
Morsi said that the 1973 war was a historic victory that restored the dignity of all the Egyptians.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi:
“The 1973 war was a decisive battle. This battle, by the grace of God, was the more distinguished one among all the battles throughout the history. This battle restored for all the Egyptians not only the occupied land but also restored the dignity of all Egyptians. It restored for all of us our dignity.” He added that the January 25 Revolution was the second victory when the people and the army united.
Morsi said that he was optimistic over Egypt’s future and that he has confidence in all Egyptians.
Tens of thousands of people who gathered at Cairo stadium to commemorate the 39th anniversary of the 1973 Yom Kippur war that ended the Israeli occupation of the Sinai Peninsula, shouted statements like “The People, the police and the Army are one hand” and “We love Morsi”.
Defense Minister Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, Chief-of-Staff Sedki Sobhi, PM Hesham Kandil and a number of military commanders attended the ceremony.
On 6 October 1973, the Egyptian army defeated its Israeli counterpart to liberate the Sinai ‎Peninsula, which had been occupied by Israel six years earlier. Every year since, Egyptians have ‎commemorated the historic victory.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: October 6, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: October 6, 2012
Length: 0:01:38
Video Size: 80.7 MB
Language: Arabic
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Camera: Egyptian State TV

SHOTLIST:
1- Various shots of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi arriving at Cairo’s International Stadium to mark the 39th anniversary of Egypt’s military victory against Israel during the 1973 war while national song is heard in the background
2- Various shots of President Morsi waving to the crowd gathered in a stadium upon his arrival for a speech on the 6th of October anniversary
3- Various shots of crowds of people shouting “Morsi” and “Allah is the greatest”
4- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi:
“The 1973 war was a decisive battle. This battle was, by the grace of God, the more distinguished one among all the battles throughout the history. This battle restored for all the Egyptians not only the occupied land but also restored the dignity of all Egyptians. It restored for all of us our dignity.” 5- Various shots of crowds of Egyptians gathering at Cairo international Stadium, shouting “The police and the Army are one hand”
6- Various shots of crowds of Egyptian army soldiers participating at the celebration while national songs are heard in the background

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A CALL TO LIBERATE JERUSALEM; EGYPT'S...
Cairo, Egypt
By Editor's Picks
04 Oct 2012

Egyptian President Morsi received a letter from Amnesty International Tuesday, October 2, along with reports highlighting the alleged human rights violations committed by Egypt's military and police against protesters over the last months of the revolution. The letter urged Morsi to end the legacy of repression, torture and violence that former President Mubarak left behind.

Hamas politburo chief Khaled Mashaal attended the anniversary celebration of Saladin's capture of Jerusalem on Wednesday evening, October 3, at Saladin Castle in Cairo where he made a statement urging leaders in the Arab world to liberate Jerusalem and Al Aqsa Mosque from the Israelis.

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BAHRAIN AUTHORITIES ARRESTED DOCTORS ...
Bahrain
By Beirut Editor's Picks
02 Oct 2012

The Bahraini authorities arrested five doctors from their houses on Tuesday morning, October 2nd, on charges of treating wounded people during the demonstrations.
In a press conference for the Bahrain Human Rights Society, Dr. Safar, President of the Bahraini Association for Nursing, talked about Bahraini prisons, demanding justice.
Dr. Abdalnabi Alakari commented, "What the Bahraini regime is doing contradicts international conventions."
The lawyer, Jalila al-Sayed, participated in the conference, talking about the trial of civilians by military courts.

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Bahraini authorities arrested doctors
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

The Bahraini authorities arrested five doctors from their houses on Tuesday morning October, 2nd on charges of treating wounded people during the demonstrations.
In a press conference of Bahrain Human Rights Society, Dr Safar, President of the Bahraini Association for Nursing talked about prisons full of symbols that demands justice.
Dr. Abdalnabi Alakari commented, "what the Bahraini regime is doing Contrasts with the international conventions."
And the lawyer, Jalila al-Sayed participated in the conference, she talked about the trial of civilians by military courts.

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Bahraini authorities arrested doctors
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

The Bahraini authorities arrested five doctors from their houses on Tuesday morning October, 2nd on charges of treating wounded people during the demonstrations.
In a press conference of Bahrain Human Rights Society, Dr Safar, President of the Bahraini Association for Nursing talked about prisons full of symbols that demands justice.
Dr. Abdalnabi Alakari commented, "what the Bahraini regime is doing Contrasts with the international conventions."
And the lawyer, Jalila al-Sayed participated in the conference, she talked about the trial of civilians by military courts.