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Great Match of Return Footages
Gaza
By Hind Khoudary
13 Apr 2018

Covering the Great March of Return since the 30th of March 2018. 
Footages from the borders near the fence, and injuries from the hospitals. 

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Heavy Clashes, Destruction in Mualla ...
Mualla
By Amged Sabeeh
04 Apr 2015

Video of clashes and aftermath of shelling in the southern Yemeni city of Mualla near Aden.

SHOTLIST AND TRANSCRIPT

Travelling of killed child’s funeral procession of a
Moving shot of damaged building

SOUNDBITE (Man, Arabic) Unnamed Resident of Mualla
00:24 – 00:56
“Let the world see. They are bombing unarmed people, who do not have any weapons at all. The world needs to stand with the people who are suffering from injustice. The dignity of people is under attack and women and children are under bombing. The world has to understand that these are war profiteers who need to tried in front of the world. Where is human conscience? They say that people in northern Yemen are our brothers. The war involves the south only. They want to annihilate the people of the south. This is the truth.”

Various of damaged building
Wide of street battle

SOUNDBITE (Man, Arabic) Unnamed Resident of Mualla
01:24 – 01:57

“The Houthis and their allies, as well as the traitor Ali Abdullah Saleh, are bombing inhabited buildings with tanks. We are standing against them with utmost bravery. Our men and women are fighting against them. We will resist them with the help of God. We shall not accept this. Children! They have killed our children! They have killed our children! They destroyed our homes! But we shall remain steadfast, God willing. We will resist them.”

Wide of street battle
Wide/ zoom in of fleeing civilians
Traveling of injured southern separatist fighter being carried into ambulance
Wide of street battle

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Olesya - (Ukraine)
Kiev
By Aurélien Cohen
26 Feb 2014

Olesya, a 21 years old medical volunteer, was shot in the neck by a sniper, last Wednesday, on the Indepedance Square. She miraculously survived her wounds.

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Bosnian Landmine Survivors 5
Zivinice, Bosnia
By Michael Biach
30 Sep 2013

Ajka Ibrahimovic (50) was badly injured during an explosion ordnance (UXO) incident in 1995. Until today Ajka has shrapnel pieces inside her body and lungs. Removing them in an operation would be too dangerous. A shrapnel inside her lung can be seen as a white point on this x-ray.

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Occupy Parliament Demonstrations Nair...
Nairobi, Kenya
By U.S. Editor
10 Jun 2013

Kenyan civil society organization stage a dramatic demonstration that protested a move made by MPs to increase their pay perks and allowances. Inspired by the "Occupy Wall-street" the group of around 200 attempted to Occupy the Parliament but were greeted by anti riot police. The anti-greed protest was dramatically staged, pouring gallons of animal blood in the streets and carrying around large effigies of pigs calling the MPs "Mpigs".
The protest was organized to draw attention to the people's concerns over what they see as greed underlying the unsustainable, unaffordable increase in MP salaries.

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Thousands attend funeral of Egyptians...
Port Said, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
04 Mar 2013

Thousands of residents of the Suez Canal city of Port Said in eastern Egypt rallied Monday, March 4, in a funeral procession for two men killed during clashes with security forces the day before.
Mourners gathered outside a city mosque and performed prayers for the dead Monday. They then began processions carrying the coffins one after another to the cemetery, chanting, "The martyr is the beloved of God".
Mourners chanted against the interior ministry as well as the Muslim Brotherhood, the group from which President Mohamed Morsi hails.
Port Said was revisited by violence on Saturday but the clashes in the city between protesters and police turned deadly on Sunday after 39 defendants in the Port Said Trial were transferred out of Port Said on Sunday morning.
Police fired intense rounds of teargas throughout the day at demonstrators who opposed an interior ministry decision to transfer 39 prisoners from Port Said to Wadi Natroun prison in Beheira governorate, on the other side of the Nile Delta.
Keeping the defendants in Port Said is a popular demand among the city’s residents.
The prisoners are detained on charges related to the violence at Port Said stadium in February 2012, when over 70 Ahly football club fans were killed.
Sunday's clashes also led to the death of another civilian and two police conscripts, according to the health ministry. Over 400 were injured, according to ministry sources.
This comes ahead of the expected second phase of the Port Said trial scheduled for 9 March, where the 52 remaining defendants out of the total 73 will be issued verdicts. Twenty-one defendants were issued with death sentences in the first set of verdicts.
Thousands of Port Said residents have been conducting a campaign of civil disobedience during the past two weeks to protest marginalization policies at the hands of the central government and to demand justice for those killed in recent clashes.
Several media outlets gave conflicting reports of police and army soldiers exchanging fire at the end of the tense day. Egyptian armed forces official Spokesperson Colonel Ahmed Ali denied the reports on social networks.
Military police deployed to secure the gathering. Many people have responded to a popular campaign to collect signatures to delegate the army with managing the affairs of the state.

STORY: Thousands attend funeral of Egyptians killed in Port Said clashes

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: March 4, 2013
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: March 4, 2013
Length: 0:01:41
Video Size: 83.4 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:

  1. Zoom out shot of mourners of Port Said victims shouting against the Interior Ministry
  2. Pan left shot of mourners carrying coffin of one of Egyptians killed in clashes with security forces at Port Said yesterday and shouting "the martyr is the beloved of God"
  3. Various shots of mourners chanting, "the martyr is the beloved of God" and other statements against Morsi
  4. Various shots of mourners during the funeral of civilians killed in clashes
  5. Close up shot of a woman wearing black clothes and standing in the funeral of the victims
  6. Various shots of women participating in the funeral of the victims and saying statements against President Morsi
  7. Medium shot of a veiled woman saying to President Morsi “If you know how to read, so you have to read the history of Port Said, the city of resistance.
  8. Various shots of mourners walking in the funeral of the victims including army officials with Quran is hearing in the background
  9. Various shots of mourners in the funeral along with army vehicles walking in the funeral
  10. Tilt down shot of the paper distributed to people in Port Said by a popular campaign to collect signatures to delegate the army with managing the affairs of Port Said
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REDUCED TO RUBBLE: ALEPPO SCHOOLS & H...
Aleppo, Syria
By Editor's Picks
29 Nov 2012

A few short blocks from Dar al Shifaa hospital, destroyed just last week, an Aleppo school was also targeted by government forces, reducing the area to rubble in the early dawn.

Zachariah, a volunteer at the hospital told the photographer last October, "Even in the middle of death, happiness can still rise," in reference to his upcoming wedding with Bushra. The two had been married for about two weeks when she was killed. Now he spends his days alone in the ruins of the hospital, mourning his wife.

Fleeing ongoing violence, the sheer numbers of Syrian refugees have prompted Lebanon to request help from the UN to care for the displaced people.

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Medics Carry A Burned Man In Gaza
Gaza City, Palestine
By kkoponen
19 Nov 2012

A badly burned man was rushed to an ambulance after the media house in Gaza City took a second direct hit within a couple of days.

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Clashes Erupt In Egypt’s Tahrir Squar...
Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
12 Oct 2012

Clashes erupted on Friday, October 12, between pro-Muslim Brotherhood supporters and other secularist groups in iconic Tahrir Square, leaving approximately 42 injured, according to Egypt’s Health Ministry.
Protestors threw rocks and Molotov Cocktails at each other.
Several protests with different goals are occupying Tahrir square today.
Liberal and leftists forces have called for a protest dubbed "Accountability Friday" protesting against the poor performance of President Mohamed Morsi, after the end of his first 100-day plan.
On the other hand, the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamists groups gathered at Tahrir Square, condemning the acquittal of 24 former regime figures who were accused of involvement in the Battle of the Camel during the January 25 Revolution.
Opponents of the Muslim Brotherhood expressed their rejection of the formation and activities of the Constitution Writing Panel, which is tasked with drafting Egypt’s new constitution after the January 25 Revolution.
They also protest against what they see as President Morsi's failure to fulfill his promises to meet demands of democracy and social justice.
Protestors seek a reformed Constitution Writing Panel that represents all Egyptians, the implementation of a minimum and maximum wage and a reduction in the price of basic commodities.
While on the other hand, Muslim Brotherhood supporters call for retribution for the victims of the revolution and the resignation of the General-Prosecutor.
Fighting has broken out between pro- and anti-Muslim Brotherhood protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square after pro-Brotherhood supporters destroyed the stage of Hamdeen Sabbahi's Popular Current and burnt a banner calling for the reformation of the Constitution writing panel.
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: October 12, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: October 12, 2012
Length: 0:02:17
Video Size: 112 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:

  1. Wide shot of massive numbers of pro-Muslim Brotherhood supporters marching at Tahrir square and shouting statements in support of the victims of the revolution and against the acquittal of the defendants responsible of killing them during the January 25 Revolution
  2. Various shots of both sides of protestors targeting each other with rocks
  3. Wide shot of protestors raising a large Egyptian flag
  4. Various shots of clashes between both sides of protestors while targeting each other with rocks at Tahrir square
  5. Wide shot of anti- Muslim Brotherhood protestors marching at Tahrir square and shouting statements against the MB
  6. Various shots of clashes between protestors
  7. Medium sot of one of the anti-MB protestors shouting statements against the Muslim Brotherhood General-Guide
  8. Various shots of crowds of supporters of the MB at Tahrir square, shouting statements in support of Morsi and other statements condemning the acquittal of the defendants responsible of killing the martyrs during the January 25 Revolution
  9. Wide shot of protestors marching, shouting and raising a large banner of one of the victims of the revolution
    Various shots of crowds of protestors raising Egyptian flags
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Protesters injured by anti-riot polic...
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
09 May 2012

Manama, Bahrain | May 7, 2012

Protesters injured by anti-riot police shotguns showing their wounds.

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Syrian Refugees at Turkish Border
Yayladagi, Turkey
By admin
11 Mar 2012

Yayladagi, Turkey: March 9, 2012

Interview with Syrian refugees in a camp at the Turkish border.

These Syrian men claim they were forced to flee after they were shot by the Syrian army while protesting against the Assad regime. They speak about their escape to this refugee camp in the town of Yayladagi, on the Turkish border. One of the men speaks about his family in Syria and about his girlfriend who he dreams of marrying some day.

00:14 - 00: 27
They are raping women and killing them. In Homs, they (the Shibiha, Assad’s personal militia) killed 64 men, women and children by butchering them with knives.
00:36 - 00:40
If they give me weapons, I will go to Syria right away.
00:42- 01:00
Q:Are the Alawites participating in the fighting?
A:Yes, they are recruiting civilians for security forces to kill Sunni people.
01:01 - 01:05
They want to turn the conflict into a sectarian issue, but we are not going to do it. They want to kill us.
01:07 - 01:09
My family is in Syria. I am not married.
01:15-01:19
Who can live under the bombs?
01:20 – 01:21
Q:Are you in contact with them?
01:22 - 01:26
Our village is on the border of Turkey.
01:27 -01:30
Can them come visit you?
01:31- 01:34
A:No they cannot, the army is planting mines on the border.
01:36 - 01:46
Q:When you go back to Syria, will you get married?
A:No, they are killing us now.
01:50 - 01:54
A:Yes I wish to get married and get back to my life.
01:55 - 02:06
Q:What do you think if Bashar leaves?
A:Our life would be better.
02:20 - 02:30
Q:What would you tell Bashar if you ever met him?
A:If I meet him I will say we do not like you, leave us.
02:31 - 03:01
Q:How do you feel when you watch the news?
A:I feel sad and broken, no country is on our side. Israel is the little son of Bashar, what I mean is that they are in each other’s embrace. Israel is the little daughter of Bashar.
03:02 – 03:11
Q:What about your accommodation?
A:Turkey is taking care of us.
03:12 - 03: 24
Q:Is there any aid coming from abroad?
A:I don't know. I have only been here for a few days yet. People here know more.
03:26 - 03:40
We don't like Russia and its imperialism. Iran, China and Russia are selling the Syrian blood.
03:41 - 04:02
On T.V Tayyip Erdogan said that he is ready to welcome 100,000 Syrian refugees in turkey.
We are 10,000 now and there are people missing and no one can help us.
04:19 - 04:26
A week ago my family came over from Syria but there is not enough tents. They are going from tents to tents to find a place to sleep.
04:28 - 04:39
Some people are getting married here because they could not while in Syria.
Bashar took our money. He stole it.
05:28 -05:54
The wound was bigger and you could see the bone. They took a piece from here (thigh) and put it there.

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Injured protester in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By elking.ecw
05 Feb 2012

Cairo, Egypt: February 5, 2012

Injured protester rushed away from the battlefront during clashes that erupted between football Ultras and the police around Tahrir Square.

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Injured protester in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By elking.ecw
05 Feb 2012

Cairo, Egypt: February 5, 2012

Injured protester rushed away from the battlefront during clashes that erupted between football Ultras and the police around Tahrir Square.

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Clashed between football supporters a...
Cairo, Egypt
By elking.ecw
05 Feb 2012

Cairo, Egypt: February 5, 2012

A protester helping a fellow injured protester as the police chases them down during clashes that erupted between football Ultras and CSF around Tahrir Square

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Qasr El Nile
Cairo, Egypt
By andrewbossone
25 Jan 2012

This video was taken on January 28th, 2011. Ambulance in Opera Square carries away victim, crying man consoled by others, protester pleads with police man ignoring him, doctor cares for man on ground, protesters march across bridge toward Tahrir, protesters raise hands and shout "Peaceful" (with English subtitles), group prays before police push back to Opera Square

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Wounds of Tahrir
Cairo, Egypt
By moody
21 Dec 2011

December 20, 2011 - A young protester holds out a blood stained cloth from his wounds sustained in clashes with Cairo Security Forces which have killed 13 people since the start of clashes five days ago.

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Live Ammunition Against Protesters II
Cairo, Egypt
By moody
20 Dec 2011

December 20, 2011 - Two men hold out bullet casings from a pistol and a rifle in their bloodied hands after the fifth day of clashes in Cairo have left 13 dead.

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Blood of Martyrs in Tahrir II
Cairo, Egypt
By moody
20 Dec 2011

December 20, 2011 - Stains of blood from violent clashes that have left 13 dead following the fifth day of brutal force shown by the military and police in Cairo. Protesters constructed a pathway to prevent others from walking on the blood inorder to honor the martyrs.

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Honoring the Martyrs
Cairo, Egypt
By moody
20 Dec 2011

December 20, 2011 - Stains of blood from violent clashes that have left 13 dead following the fifth day of brutal force shown by the military and police in Cairo. Protesters sit in front of a constructed pathway to prevent others from walking on the blood inorder to honor the martyrs.

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Honoring the Martyrs II
Cairo, Egypt
By moody
20 Dec 2011

December 20, 2011 - Stains of blood from violent clashes that have left 13 dead following the fifth day of brutal force shown by the military and police in Cairo. Protesters sit in front of a constructed pathway to prevent others from walking on the blood inorder to honor the martyrs.

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Live Ammunition Against Protesters VII
Cairo, Egypt
By moody
20 Dec 2011

December 20, 2011 - A man holds bullet casings infront of a pathway which surrounds the blood of protesters and honors them as martyrs.