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Scenic Drive, Negros Philippines
Negros
By Ralf Falbe
31 May 2016

Scenic Road Trip to the Twin Lakes National Park, Negros, Philippines

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Manila Street Scene
Manila
By Ralf Falbe
09 May 2015

Traffic on Mabini Street in the Ermita District, Manila, Philippines.

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Snorkeling
Siquijor Island
By Ralf Falbe
30 Jan 2015

Girl snorkeling at Siquijor Island in the Philippines.

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Ukrainian Soldiers on Leave 13
Lviv
By Yura_Melko
13 Dec 2014

300 Ukrainian soldiers are given a hero's welcome when they arrive in Lviv on temporary leave from fighting amid the ongoing conflict in the country.

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Landscape of Aleppo 15
Aleppo, Syria
By Transterra Editor
26 Jan 2014

A Free Syrian Army checkpoint made out of debris in order to stop suicide car bombs from reaching the FSA controlled neighborhood.

حاجز لمنع وصول السيارات المفخخة

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Twin Explosions in Beirut Near Irania...
Beirut, Lebanon
By hussein baydoun
19 Nov 2013

At least 23 people were killed and more than 145 injured in two explosions that ripped through Beirut's neighborhood of Bir Hassan, near the Iranian embassy. The cultural attaché for the Iranian embassy, Sheikh Ibrahim Ansari, was among those killed. Abdullah Azzam Brigades, an al-Qaeda-linked group, has claimed responsibility for the attack.

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Editor's Picks 9 October: Africa Spot...
Africa
By Editor's Picks
07 Oct 2013

From a urine-powered generator invented by a 14 year-old in Nigeria to Fashion Week in Ghana, and from Pygmy communities to a business built on flipflop recycling, this collection of produced and raw footage offers a unique glimpse of Sub-Saharan Africa's rich and diverse human stories.

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Cambodian prime minister Hun Sen's bo...
Siem Reap, Cambodia
By George Nickels
05 Jul 2013

One of Cambodian prime minister Hun Sen's body guards wears a traditional red bracelet believed to bring good luck after the wearer has been blessed by a buddhist monk. Siam Reap, Cambodia.

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Coastal Lagoon Clean Up For Earth Day
Coastal Lagoon, Las Pinas, Philippines
By U.S. Editor
20 Apr 2013

Two years ago, the Coastal Lagoon, officially called the Las Piñas Parañaque Critical Habitat and Ecotourism Area (LPPCHEA), but popularly known as Freedom Island, was covered with garbage and rubbish. Through the efforts of the Wild Birds Club of the Philippines, the Save Freedom Island Movement and various environmental NGO’s have helped clean the coastal bay and as a result, the lagoon is now almost clean.

The clean-up event at Freedom Island on April 20, 2013, is in celebration of Earth Day, which is observed in more than 192 countries every year to promote awareness and appreciation of our environment and to demonstrate support for its protection and restoration.

Freedom Island is the last remaining mangrove frontier in Metro Manila that serves as a sanctuary for avian, terrestrial and marine species. It is home to more than 80 species of migratory and endemic birds, including the already vulnerable Chinese Egret and the Philippine Duck. The mangrove ecosystem also serves as a feeding, nesting and nursery grounds for commercially important fish, prawns, mollusks, crabs and shellfish. By this virtue, it has been declared a critical habitat by Proclamation 1412 in 2007 and has also recently been included in the Ramsar List of Wetlands of International Importance.

However, threats against the bird sanctuary’s continue to exist, such as the controversial reclamation project, and continuous dumping of waste and pollution. Thus, more action from the people is needed to protect and restore it.

The coastal clean-up event is not only a campaign to inspire people to clean up their surroundings, but also a show of concern about further environmental depletion. It serves as a call to action to all citizens to take part in saving the environment, as well as a call to the government take action and to stop all disastrous reclamation projects.

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Wixaritari - Guardians of the Earth 8
San Andres Cohamiata, Mexico
By Fernanda Paredes
16 Apr 2013

The sacred fire and offerings to Christ "Aparruki" in the temple or "Callihuey", and a young man sleeping peacefully next to it after a short ceremony took place.

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Broom makers of Manito, Albay (8 of 16)
Manito, Albay, Philippines
By Sherbien Dacalanio
13 Apr 2013

People and tourists purchasing soft brooms of Manioto, Albay.

Broomcom (Sorghum Vulgare) is a variety of upright grass mostly found on the mountainous area of Manito, Albay. One of the major livelihood of people in this far flung area is making soft brooms and they sell each broom from 20 pesos to 150 pesos.

Soft brooms made from broomcorn grasses are the oldest form of cleaning and sweeping tool used around the world.

Manito, Albay is around 15 hours away from Manila, capital of Philippines.

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Beach Scene - Barra Grande, Brazil
Barra Grande
By Ralf Falbe
05 Jan 2013

Brazilian girls walking on the beach of Barra Grande, Bahia, Brazil.

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2012 Venezuelan Presidential Election...
Barcelona, Spain
By Francesc Xavier Subias Salvo
07 Oct 2012

Venezuelan immigrants living in Barcelona turnout to vote for their new president. Barcelona is on of five Spanish cities that provided a place for Venezuelans to vote in the election, with 13 tables in the Holy Family Civic Center.

Los inmigrantes venezolanos residentes en Barcelona acuden a votar a su nuevo presidente. Barcelona es una de las cinco ciudades españolas que han habilitado un espacio para votar en los comicios venezolanos, con 13 mesas en el Centro Cívico Sagrada Familia.

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Editor's Picks for 8 September 2012
Middle East
By Editor's Picks
07 Sep 2012

Egypt Air aircrew suspended their strike, which started early on Friday, September 7, in a bid to have better working conditions including better insurance and an increase in staff numbers; the strike forced the company to suspend international flights for more than 12 hours.

Although a smoking ban in all closed public spaces went into force in Lebanon under new legislation that promises hefty fines for lawbreakers, some people still sit in cafes, smoking water pipes and cigarettes.

Egypt’s President Mohamed Morsi met on Thursday, September 6, with Qatar Premier and Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamad Bin Jassim at the Presidential Palace headquarters in Cairo, where they held talks over the bilateral relations between the two countries and methods of increasing Qatari investments in Egypt.

A number of assailants attacked the Egyptian Football Association (EFA) on Wednesday, September 5, storming it with flammables and stones, causing damage to the building and terrifying its employees.

Egypt’s President Mohamed Morsi met on Thursday, September 6, with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas at the Presidential Palace in Cairo, where they discussed the latest regional developments as well as various Palestinian issues.

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Air war drives refugee flow in northe...
Syria
By David Enders
07 Sep 2012

Rebels are shooting down government planes, but not quickly enough to stem the flow of refugees to the Turkish border. The original video is full HD and can be sent at that quality.

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Editor's Picks 4 September 2012
Asia
By Editor's Picks
04 Sep 2012

Destruction of an Uthman Pasha School, tombs and artifacts in Tripoli, Libya.

Protests in Bahrain

Center for Disabled in Myanmar

Attacks in Aleppo, Syria

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Mr. Khalil al Marzouq comments on sen...
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
04 Sep 2012

4 September 2012
Chief Prosecutor Wael College Buallay said at a news conference today, September 4, 2012, that the Supreme Court of Appeal released judgements against 13 opposition activists in the case for conspiracy to overthrow the government and keeping contact with foreign entities in violation of the provisions of the constitution.

Political Aide to the Secretary General, Mr Khalil al Marzouq comments on the rulings.

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Khalil al Marzouq, spokesman for Al W...
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
04 Sep 2012

4 September 2012
Chief Prosecutor Wael College Buallay said at a news conference today, September 4, 2012, that the Supreme Court of Appeal released judgements against 13 opposition activists in the case for conspiracy to overthrow the government and keeping contact with foreign entities in violation of the provisions of the constitution.

Political Aide to the Secretary General, Mr Khalil al Marzouq comments on the rulings.

Translation

"كل من يعاقد ان هذا الشعب سيعود الى البيت من غير ان يحقق كامل المطالب فهو واهم و عليه ان يعيد حساباته "

"Anyone who believes that those people are going to go home without having all their demands met, is delusional and has to reconsider his calculations"

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Mr. Khalil al Marzouq comments on sen...
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
04 Sep 2012

4 September 2012
Chief Prosecutor Wael College Buallay said at a news conference today, September 4, 2012, that the Supreme Court of Appeal released judgements against 13 opposition activists in the case for conspiracy to overthrow the government and keeping contact with foreign entities in violation of the provisions of the constitution.

Political Aide to the Secretary General, Mr Khalil al Marzouq comments on the rulings.

Translation:

"طبيعي جدا ان من حوكمو اليوم و اغلب ان لم نقل كل الذين حوكمو على ارائهم السياسية"

"It is normal that most of those, if not all who were prosecuted today were prosecuted based on their political opinion"

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Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
04 Sep 2012

4 September 2012
Chief Prosecutor Wael College Buallay said at a news conference today, September 4, 2012, that the Supreme Court of Appeal released judgements against 13 opposition activists in the case for conspiracy to overthrow the government and keeping contact with foreign entities in violation of the provisions of the constitution.

Political Aide to the Secretary General, Mr Khalil al Marzouq comments on the rulings.

Translation:

"Although they call it civilian rulling, it's still a military ruling as it used to be. Provisions are the same, and the practices also, because the whole process is governed by the will of power, not the will of law or fair procedures.
This is why we were not surprised, but we hope that the authority will provide something to the international community justification for this power."

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Al Wefaq National Islamic Society, Ba...
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
04 Sep 2012

4 September 2012
Stock Footage of Al Wefaq National Islamic Society Headquarters in Bahrain.

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Engineers Present Their Inventions on...
Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
02 Sep 2012

Egyptian engineers and engineering students presented their inventions in the 11th session of the Egyptian Engineering Day, held by the IEEE GOLD Egypt (Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers) on September 2nd and 3rd at a large exhibition hall in Cairo, under the auspices of Egypt’s Prime Minister Hesham Kandil.

The annual two-day exhibition is a chance for creative young Egyptian engineers to introduce their innovations to the field of industry and make use of their creative graduation projects to be utilized.

The EDD is held this year under the slogan “Egypt Moves Forward.”

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Eng. Mohamed Yousri, member of the EDD Executive Committee:
“The Egyptian Engineering Day is an exhibition for projects. Through competitions, students present their projects and we bring in the industrial sector. We make a link between the engineering and the industrial sectors so that these projects and great innovations can be used in the field of industry.”

The creativity of the young engineers impressed the visitors.

Some engineers presented a project of water-fuelled vehicles as an alternative for gas-fuelled cars, avoiding the pollution of gasoline and finding a renewable source of fuel.

Others manufactured their own racing cars, although Egypt doesn’t manufacture cars.

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Eng. Michael Sidney, fresh graduate, Ain Shams University:
“Our graduation project is to manufacture a formula racing car and use it by participating in a race in England called ‘Formula Students’. We travelled this year and we scored the 11th place worldwide. We faced many issues as Egypt doesn’t manufacture cars and we had to design and manufacture our racing car. Some parts were difficult to get, as they are not manufactured in Egypt such as the engine, which we got from a racing motorbike. Apart from this, we designed and manufactured all the car components here in Egypt.”

SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Ahmed Mahmoud, Engineering student, Tanta University:
“Our graduation project is the water fuelled car. It is a car operating by water instead of gas due to the issues in the gas such as the pollution. We started searching for an alternative for the gasoline, and we find that the hydrogen is the best, which supplies three times the energy we get from gasoline. We started making electrical analysis in the water using a battery with water and applying 12 volts. It results in HHO gas that goes through the combustion engine through a flash arrestor to protect from backfire in the system so that the system is safe and secure.”

There are many other inventions such as the ROV or the Remotely Operated Vehicle which can be used as a spying robot under the far depth of water, lamps turning on and off by moving hands above, smart electric meters, etc, all designed and created by young Egyptian engineers.

The IEEE says that the EED is a symbol for the transitional stage of engineering and technology in Egypt.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: September 3, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: September 3, 2012
Length: 0:03:08
Video Size: 155 MB
Language: Arabic
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Camera: VCS
SHOTLIST:
1. Wide shot, the hall in Cairo where the inventions are displayed
2. Close up, an engineer wearing a T shirt written on it “EDD, Egyptian Engineering Day 2012”
3. Close up, an engineer wearing a T shirt written on it the slogan “Egypt Moves Forward”
4. Medium shot, crowds of visitors watching the innovations of the fresh engineers
5. Medium shot, a sign reading “IEEE” (The Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers)
6. Pan left, a miniature model for the Future City designed by an Egyptian fresh graduate engineer
7. Medium shot, an engineer showing visitors turning a lamp on and off remotely by moving his hands above it
8. Wide shot, crowds of visitors
9. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Eng. Mohamed Yousri, member of the EDD Executive Committee:
“The Egyptian Engineering Day is an exhibition for projects. Through competitions, students present their projects and we bring the industrial sector. We make a link between the engineering and the industrial sectors so that these project and great innovations could be used in the field of industry.” 10. Pan right, visitors and engineers at the hall
11. Medium shot, a sign reading “Hydrogen-Car Fuel Injection Control”
12. Tilt down, a diagram and a monitor showing how a water fuelled car works
13. Various shots of a racing car designed by an Egyptian engineer
14. SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Eng. Michael Sidney, fresh graduate, Ain Shams University:
“Our graduation project is to manufacture a formula racing car and use it in participating in a race in England called ‘Formula Students’. We travelled this year and we scored the 11th place worldwide. We faced many issues as Egypt doesn’t manufacture cars and we had to design and manufacture our racing car. Some parts were difficult to get as they are not manufactured in Egypt such as the engine, which we got from a racing motorbike. Apart from this, we designed and manufactured all the car components here in Egypt.” 15. SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Ahmed Mahmoud, Engineering student, Tanta University:
“Our graduation project is the water fuelled car. It is a car operating by water instead of gas due to the issues in the gas such as the pollution. We started searching for an alternative for the gasoline, and we find that the hydrogen is the best, which emerges three times the energy we get from gasoline. We started making electrical analysis to the water using a battery with water and applying 12 volts. It results in HHO gas that goes through the combustion engine through a flash arrestor to protect from backfire in the system so that the system is safe and secure.” 16. Medium shot, a sign reading “ROV – Remotely Operated Vehicle”
17. Medium shot, crowds of visitors and a group of young women at the hall
18. Various shots of the inventions presented by Egyptian fresh engineers
19. Pan right, crowds of visitors at the exhibition hall

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Egypt Court Adjourns Trial of TV Pres...
Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
31 Aug 2012

Cairo Criminal Court adjourned on Saturday, September 1, the trial of TV presenter and the owner of Al-Faraeen satellite channel, Tawfik Okasha to October 3, on charges of attempting to incite the killing of President Mohamed Morsi.

The public prosecutor referred Okasha to Cairo Criminal Court early in August. The prosecution accused Okasha of libel, defamation and inciting people to murder Morsi.

Lawyer of Okasha said that the Muslim Brotherhood wants to silence all dissent and reproduce the former regime before the revolution.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Lawyer of Tawfik Okasha, Mohamed Talatt:
“The total of the charges that he accused of reflect the same policy of the defunct National Democratic Party (NDP). The Muslim Brotherhood uses the policy of the (NDP) in the suppression of its opponents as they want to silence all its dissents. Tawfik Okasha isn’t the only aim but they want to suppress all the opposition figures in Egypt.”

It was reported that Okasha said that he was in the dock for "revealing the Brotherhood's involvement in attacks on police stations, courts and prisons during the revolution".

Massive number of supporters of Okasha gathered at the court, chanting slogans against Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood and calling for the freedom of Okasha.

Egyptian authorities accused Okasha of calling for the violent overthrow of Morsi, following complaints against him from a number of lawyers and revolutionary figures.

Authorities suspended the Al-Faraeen satellite channel for a month and threatened to revoke the channel’s license if it doesn’t make changes in its programming.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: September 1, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: September 1, 2012
Length: 0:01:21
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SHOTLIST:
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2- Tilt down external shot of Cairo Criminal Court
3- Various shots of hundreds of supporters of TV Presenter and the owner of Al-Faraeen satellite channel Tawfik Okasha gathered inside the court where the trial is held
4- Various shots of supporters of Okasha shouting inside the court
5- Medium shot of a woman supporter of Okasha, raising a banner against the closing of Al-Faraeen satellite channel
6- Wide shot of crowds of women shouting inside the court “Okasha”
7- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Lawyer of Tawfik Okasha, Mohamed Talatt:
“The total of the charges that he accused of reflect the same policy of the defunct National Democratic Party (NDP). The Muslim Brotherhood uses the policy of the (NDP) in the suppression of its opponents as they want to silence all its dissents. Tawfik Okasha isn’t the only aim but they want to suppress all the opposition figures in Egypt.”

8- Wide shot of Okasha while presenting hid took show at Al-Faraeen satellite channel
9- Various shots of supporters of Okasha, calling for his freedom, raising the Egyptian flags
10- Various shots of supporters shouting “God is the greatest”
11- Various shots of security men inside the court where the trail is held
12- Close up external shot of Cairo Criminal Court

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Massive Rally In Bahrain
Budaiya, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
31 Aug 2012

31 August 2012
Huge crowds gathered for a massive rally on Friday, August 31st, on the Budaiya Highway west of the capital of Manama, Bahrain. The demonstration occurs prior to the Human Rights Council in Geneva, which will take place in mid September, where human rights abuses committed by Bahraini security forces will be addressed. The protesters call for freedom and democracy, the election of a government that represents the will of the people, and immediate release of all prisoners of conscience, human rights activists, and children detained in Bahraini prisons.

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Interview With Bahraini Activist Prof...
Budaiya, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
31 Aug 2012

31 August 2012
Interview with Professor Mohamed Alibovlash - former detainee and political activist.

Huge crowds gathered for a massive rally on Friday, August 31st, on the Budaiya Highway west of the capital of Manama, Bahrain. The demonstration occurs prior to the Human Rights Council in Geneva, which will take place in mid September, where human rights abuses committed by Bahraini security forces will be addressed. The protesters call for freedom and democracy, the election of a government that represents the will of the people, and immediate release of all prisoners of conscience, human rights activists, and children detained in Bahraini prisons.

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Interview With Bahraini Activist Mr. ...
Budaiya, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
31 Aug 2012

31 August 2012
Interview with Mr. Radhi al-Musawi - Deputy Secretary General of the Association of Democratic Action.

Huge crowds gathered for a massive rally on Friday, August 31st, on the Budaiya Highway west of the capital of Manama, Bahrain. The demonstration occurs prior to the Human Rights Council in Geneva, which will take place in mid September, where human rights abuses committed by Bahraini security forces will be addressed. The protesters call for freedom and democracy, the election of a government that represents the will of the people, and immediate release of all prisoners of conscience, human rights activists, and children detained in Bahraini prisons.

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Editor's Picks 24 August 2012
Middle East
By Editor's Picks
23 Aug 2012

Protest Against Repression of Journalistic Freedom
Dozens of writers, journalists and intellectuals gathered at Talaat Harb Square in central Cairo Thursday evening, August 23, to protest what they consider the "Repression of the press and freedom of expression." The participants chanted slogans indicating their hostile stance toward the Muslim Brotherhood and condemning the imprisonment of journalists as against the basic tenets of freedom of the press.

Trial Of Al Dustour Editor in Chief
Giza Criminal Court adjourned on Thursday, August 23, postponing the trial of the editor-in-chief of Al-Dustour independent newspaper Islam Afifi to September 16. He faces charges of spreading false information and insulting President Mohamed Morsi.

Tension In Tripoli
The port city of Tripoli, the second largest city in Lebanon, remains tense, with armed men driving through the city and shooting rounds of live fire into the air.
Clashes between the rival neighborhoods of the anti-Assad Sunni stronghold of Bab al-Tabbaneh and the Alawite-dominated and pro-Assad Jabal Mohsen erupted on Monday over a personal dispute.

Early Childhood Education In Kenya
A touching photo essay produced in Nairobi, Kenya, showing the difficult and rudimentary conditions of an elementary school and the will of young children to learn and get an education.

Silent victims: Landmine survivors in Cambodia
Cambodia reported 96 landmine casualties in the first five months of 2012, according to a report of the Cambodian Mine and Explosive Remnants of War Victim Information System, and they quoted sadly young children account for about half of all landmine victims

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Editor's Picks 23 August 2012
Tripoli, Lebanon
By Editor's Picks
22 Aug 2012

Egypt’s PM Hesham Kandil held a joint press conference on Wednesday, August 22, with head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Christine Lagarde where he said that the loan which is set to be received from the IMF, would be USD 4.8 billion, with a five year term at 1.1% interest and a grace period of 39 months.

Security officials, senior figures and Islamic personalities of the northern city of Tripoli announced on Tuesday that an agreement was reached between the residents of Bab al-Tabbaneh to implement an immediate ceasefire after the clashes that had been raging within the Jabal Mohsen neighborhood since Monday.

Waiting For Rain: Beijing's Water Crisis
A multimedia documentary about the water problems facing Beijing. The Chinese capital is presently confronted with dropping water levels, limited precipitation and a steadily growing population.
This video examines the causes of the water problem, their resultant effects and some of the solutions which are being implemented to combat the looming crisis.

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Egypt Court Postpones Trial of Newspa...
Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
22 Aug 2012

Giza Criminal Court adjourned on Thursday, August 23, postponing the trial of the editor-in-chief of Al-Dustour independent newspaper Islam Afifi to September 16. He faces charges of spreading false information and insulting President Mohamed Morsi.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Mourad Mouawad, lawyer of Al-Dostour newspaper:
“The trial is strange as it comes at the beginning of a new era that is supposed to be democratic. We were surprised by groundless accusations presented by people who are not concerned, claiming that Islam Afifi and Al-Dustour Newspaper insulted the President and spread false news to cause chaos and disorder in the country.”

The Court postponed the trial of Afifi and put him on remand to give his defense lawyers time to prepare their defense, but President Morsi has just issued a legislation preventing temporary detentions in publishing cases.

Afifi earlier received a travel ban after several lawyers filed legal complaints claiming that Al-Dustour Newspaper had insulted the President.

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Sayed Abu-Zeid, Lawyera and Advisor at the Journalists Syndicate:
“The Journalists’ Syndicate wasn’t formally informed that the defendant would be subjected to interrogation, which is a basic legal step that must be done. This leads to the invalidity of the order of referring the case and the invalidity of the trial itself.”

Al-Dustour Newspaper published an article in early August claiming that the Muslim Brotherhood was trying to establish an "Islamic state" in Egypt.

President Morsi publicly warned media against spreading rumors that would destabilize the country.

The action against Al-Dustour and other journalists raises fears about press freedom in Egypt as Morsi pledged that freedom of the press would not be affected, affirming during his presidential campaign that no opinion will be supressed.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: August 23, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: August 23, 2012
Length: 0:01:40
Video Size: 82.9 MB
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SHOTLIST:

1- Tilt down external shot of Giza Criminal Court
2- Zoom in on editor-in-chief of Al-Dostour private newspaper Islam Afifi heading to the court
3- Zoom out shot of the signboard of the court
4- Zoom out shot of a signboard on inside the court of a verse from holy Quran , demanding people to achieve justice
5- Various shots of crowds of people inside the court
6- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Mourad Mouawad, lawyer of Al-Dostour newspaper:
7- “The trial is strange as it comes at the beginning of a new era that is supposed to be democratic. We were surprised by groundless accusations presented by people who are not concerned, claiming that Islam Afifi and Al-Dustour Newspaper insulted the President and spread false news to cause chaos and disorder in the country.”
8- Medium shot of supporters of Afifi shouting statements inside the court to support him
9- Medium shot of Afifi speaking to one of the reporters inside the court
10- Medium shot of a man shouting inside the court
11- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Sayed Abu-Zeid, Lawyera and Advisor at the Journalists Syndicate:
“The Journalists’ Syndicate wasn’t formally informed that the defendant would be subjected to interrogation, which is a basic legal step that must have been done. This leads to the invalidity of the order of referring the case and the invalidity of the trial itself.” 12- Pan left shot of crowds of people and lawyers inside the court
13- Medium shot of Afifi speaking to a reporter inside the court
14- Close up shot of a reporter taking noted during the court
15- Wide external shot of the Giza Criminal Court headquarters

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Editor's Picks 21 August 2012
Middle East
By Editor's Picks
20 Aug 2012

A look at Eid Al Fitr celebrations in Egypt, including the release of 638 prisoners from Egyptian prisons, as directed by presidential decree.

After the death of a 16 year old boy in Bahrain, local people and the boy's loved ones take to the streets in protest of human rights abuses and harsh treatment by Bahraini security forces.

A sample from a black & white photo essay of survivors of land mine detonations in Cambodia; despite a disproportionately large number of the population affected by land lines, many receive prostheses and a chance at life.

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Speech Of Sheikh Isa Qassim On Intern...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
17 Aug 2012

17 August 2012
Sheikh Isa Qassim delivered a sermon for friday prayer at the Mosque of Imam al-Sadiq in the village of Duraz, Bahrain, during which he touched on the power struggles in the country, human, religious, and civil rights, and the sacrifices of the people to attain these rights, many of whom are being treated inhumanely in Bahraini prisons.

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Speech Of Sheikh Isa Qassim On Intern...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
17 Aug 2012

17 August 2012
Sheikh Isa Qassim delivered a sermon for friday prayer at the Mosque of Imam al-Sadiq in the village of Duraz, Bahrain, during which he touched on the power struggles in the country, human, religious, and civil rights, and the sacrifices of the people to attain these rights, many of whom are being treated inhumanely in Bahraini prisons.

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Speech Of Sheikh Isa Qassim On Intern...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
17 Aug 2012

17 August 2012
Sheikh Isa Qassim delivered a sermon for friday prayer at the Mosque of Imam al-Sadiq in the village of Duraz, Bahrain, during which he touched on the power struggles in the country, human, religious, and civil rights, and the sacrifices of the people to attain these rights, many of whom are being treated inhumanely in Bahraini prisons.

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Speech Of Sheikh Isa Qassim On Intern...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
17 Aug 2012

17 August 2012
Sheikh Isa Qassim delivered a sermon for friday prayer at the Mosque of Imam al-Sadiq in the village of Duraz, Bahrain, during which he touched on the power struggles in the country, human, religious, and civil rights, and the sacrifices of the people to attain these rights, many of whom are being treated inhumanely in Bahraini prisons.

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Speech Of Sheikh Isa Qassim On Intern...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
17 Aug 2012

17 August 2012
Sheikh Isa Qassim delivered a sermon for friday prayer at the Mosque of Imam al-Sadiq in the village of Duraz, Bahrain, during which he touched on the power struggles in the country, human, religious, and civil rights, and the sacrifices of the people to attain these rights, many of whom are being treated inhumanely in Bahraini prisons.

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Speech Of Sheikh Isa Qassim On Intern...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
17 Aug 2012

17 August 2012
Sheikh Isa Qassim delivered a sermon for friday prayer at the Mosque of Imam al-Sadiq in the village of Duraz, Bahrain, during which he touched on the power struggles in the country, human, religious, and civil rights, and the sacrifices of the people to attain these rights, many of whom are being treated inhumanely in Bahraini prisons.

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Speech Of Sheikh Isa Qassim On Intern...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
17 Aug 2012

17 August 2012
Sheikh Isa Qassim delivered a sermon for friday prayer at the Mosque of Imam al-Sadiq in the village of Duraz, Bahrain, during which he touched on the power struggles in the country, human, religious, and civil rights, and the sacrifices of the people to attain these rights, many of whom are being treated inhumanely in Bahraini prisons.

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Speech Of Sheikh Isa Qassim On Intern...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
17 Aug 2012

17 August 2012
Sheikh Isa Qassim delivered a sermon for friday prayer at the Mosque of Imam al-Sadiq in the village of Duraz, Bahrain, during which he touched on the power struggles in the country, human, religious, and civil rights, and the sacrifices of the people to attain these rights, many of whom are being treated inhumanely in Bahraini prisons.

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Mr. Abdel Galil Khalil At Al Wefaq Pr...
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
16 Aug 2012

16 August 2012
Al Wefaq National Islamic Society held a press conference on August 16, 2012 at Al Wefaq's residence in western Manama, where Mr. Abdel Galil Khalil, the head of Al Wefaq who resigned from the Bahraini parliament, spoke about discrimination in Bahrain and the marginalization of certain groups of Bahraini civilians since the start of the revolution on February 10, 2011.