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President of Kurdistan Meets Arab Tribes
Dohuk
By Jawdat Ahmed
16 Mar 2015

March 15, 2015
Duhuk, Iraq


(IraqiNews.com) President of Kurdistan Massoud Barzani said on Sunday, that the doors are open for Arabs to fight in the ranks of the Kurdish Peshmerga forces, calling the federal government to do its duty in the liberated areas. Barzani said during a meeting with Arab tribal elders attended by IraqiNews.com, “The doors are open for Arabs to join the Peshmerga ranks in their fight against terrorism, and without discrimination,” urging the federal government to do its duty and provide services in the liberated areas. Barzani added, “We should not feed grudges and hatred. Those who refused loyalty to ISIS must live freely and with dignity, while those who chose to be with ISIS, their fate will be like ISIS’ fate.” “All Kurdish areas have been liberated and are now ready to contribute in the operations to liberate the rest of Iraq,” calling on everyone to cooperate in order to build a spirit of cooperation and brotherhood.

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Pakistan Parliamentary Elections 2013...
Manshera, Pakistan
By Adnan Ali
03 May 2013

Manshera,Pakistan.
-Supporters of legendary cricket player and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan take part in a parliamentary elections campaign meeting.

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Morrocco on two wheels (6 of 25)
Taroudant, Morocco
By Martushka Fromeast
27 Feb 2013

In Morocco everybody cycles: men and women, young and old.

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Egypt's FM Meets Lebanon President an...
Cabinet Headquarters, Beirut, Lebanon
By Video Cairo Sat
07 Nov 2012

Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati recieved on Wednesday, November 7, Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr at the Cabinet headquarters in Beirut, where they held talks over the bilateral relations between the two countries and other issues of common interest.

Mikati and Amr reaffirmed the depth of the relations between Lebanon and Egypt.

In a press conference following the meeting, Amr stressed Egypt’s keenness to cooperate with all Lebanese parties and its support for the resumption of the national dialogue among all Lebanese political forces.

Amr described his meeting with Mikati as "fruitful.”

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Egypt’s FM Mohamed Kamel Amr:
“The meeting was fruitful. He (Mikati) asked me to convey his greeting to President Mohamed Morsi and the Egyptian people. We agreed upon maintaining regular contact in the upcoming period in order to have continuous consultation between the two countries regarding different issues of mutual concern whether on the bilateral or the regional level.”

On the other hand, Amr met with Lebanese President Michel Suleiman where they discussed bilateral relations and the recent regional developments.

Amr praised the exerted efforts by Suleiman to maintain national dialogue and stability in Lebanon.

Egypt’s FM arrived in Lebanon on Tuesday for a two-day visit to meet with senior Lebanese officials.

He also met with his Lebanese counterpart FM Adnan Mansour and Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri.

Story: Egypt FM Meets Lebanese President and PM, Reaffirms Deep Bilateral Ties
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: October 23, 2012
Shooting Location: Beirut, Lebanon
Publishing Time: October 23, 2012
Length: 0:01:34
Video Size: 77.4 MB
Language: Arabic
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Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:

  1. Wide external shot of the Lebanese Cabinet headquarters in Beirut
  2. Various shots of the meeting of PM Najib Mikati with Egyptian FM Mohamed Kamel Amr
  3. Various shots of the meeting
  4. Pan right shot of Egyptian FM heading to give speech at a press conference after the meeting
  5. Wide shot of Amr starting his speech at the press conference
  6. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Egypt’s FM Mohamed Kamel Amr:
    “The meeting was fruitful. He (Mikati) asked me to convey his greeting to President Mohamed Morsi and the Egyptian people. We agreed upon maintaining regular contact in the upcoming period in order to have continuous consultation between the two countries regarding different issues of mutual concern whether on the bilateral or the regional level.”
  7. Various shots of Egyptian FM Mohamed Kamel Amr meeting with Lebanese President Michel Suleiman at the Presidential Palace headquarters
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DISCUSSING SYRIA; DEATH OF CAMBODIAN ...
MENA & South East Asia
By Editor's Picks
17 Oct 2012

The UN-Arab League Special Envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi held meetings with top Lebanese officials on Wednesday, October 17, in Beirut over the Syrian issue.

Mourners gather to honor the late king Norodom Sihanouk who died of a heart attack Monday, at the age of 89. His body was returned from China, where he had been receiving medical treatment.

On Wednesday, October 17, Cairo courts postponed the trial of Alvert Saber, a young Egyptian accused of blasphemy for posting clips of the anti-Islam video, "Innocence of Muslims" on the Internet. The trial will be held November 14th.

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SPEAKING OF SYRIA - Editor's Picks 1...
Syria
By Editor's Picks
17 Sep 2012

In meetings and press conferences, everyone is talking about Syria and discussing possible solutions to the ongoing crisis. Egyptian President Morsi, along with Foreign Minister Kamel Amr, held talks with the Iranian, Turkish and French Foreign Ministers, touching on the increasing number of refugees, the fate of Bashar Al Assad and the "contact group," consisting of Egypt, Iran, Turkey and Saudi Arabia who have both influence and interest in the outcome of the crisis in Syria. Talks also gravitated toward the recent film on youtube that insulted the Prophet Mohammed and sparked massive protests among enraged Muslim communities.

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Editor's Picks 12 September 2012
Cairo, Egypt
By Editor's Picks
11 Sep 2012

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in Cairo Tuesday, September 11, 2012, shouting anti-American and anti-Israeli slogans along with "there is no God but Allah," and scaling the US Embassy's walls to pull down the American flag. The protests come in response to an inflammatory trailer to a film called "The Innocence of Islam," posted on youtube, which reportedly depicts the prophet Mohammed as a homosexual pedophile. While people's anger in Egypt propelled them to protest at the US embassy in Cairo, in Libya, enraged mobs attacked the US consulate in Benghazi. The US Ambassador to Libya and three staff members were killed during the attack. In this exclusive video, interviews with local Egyptians and protesters illustrate their religious sentiment, for a full transcription click here.

8:15: "I am Sabir Shartout from Giza, and when I heard about the protest I was one of the first people to confirm my attendance-- it's the least one can do. It is a protest to express the people's anger. This situation is in need of investigation. To those who insulted the prophet: he is the greatest symbol of Islam and he is the root of existence for all Muslims, for all Muslims are alive to love their God and their Prophet. It is really hard and painful for our people and people like us to have to go through those situations. Do we, as people, really deserve this insult? As Muslim, do we really deserve this humiliation? Someone has insulted a symbol, a great symbol that gives meaning to my whole life, and that is the Prophet Mohamed (PBUH). Why are they doing this?"

After the Tunisian Minister of Education Abdul Latif Obaid deducted 100 dinars (63$) from the wages of junior high school teachers who protested in May, the General Union of Tunisian Workers organized a demonstration with many of the teachers and trade unionists from different parts of the Republic.

Massive Demonstration For Independence of Catalonia

Angelina Jolie Meets With PM Mikati & Visits Syrian Refugees In Lebanon

Kandil: Egypt's Budget Deficit Higher Than Anticipated

Discussing Syria:
Arab League Chief Meets With Britain's Hague
& Arab League Chief and Envoy Meet With Qatari PM

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Morsi's First Weeks In Office
Cairo, Egypt
By Editor's Picks
02 Aug 2012

Since taking office on June 30, 2012, Morsi has met with officials from several nations including defense secretaries, foreign ministers, and presidents, discussing Egypt's post-revolution diplomatic relationships and current developments in the Middle East. This is a collection of videos from many of his meetings.