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Gaza Beach - Refugee Camp
Gaza
By Hind Khoudary
01 May 2018

A video showing how Palestinian refugees play near the beach.

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Drone Video of Gaza, Palestine Seapor...
Gaza
By Hind Khoudary
27 Mar 2018

A Video showing the the beauty of Gaza Strip by Drone.

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Daily Life in a Refugee Camp
Gaza
By Hind Khoudary
04 Oct 2017

Footage from the daily life of a refugee camp in Gaza Strip.

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Daily Life under Occupation
Gaza
By Hind Khoudary
02 Oct 2017

Footage from how Palestinians in the Gaza Strip are living under occupation and 11 years of blockade. Showing Gaza from Different angles.

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Gaza Strip Farmers
Gaza
By Hind Khoudary
02 Oct 2017

Farmers and Farms Footage from Gaza Strip.

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Gaza Seaport
Gaza
By Hind Khoudary
18 Sep 2017

Gaza Seaport footage with drone without music.

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Daily Life in Tareq Al-Bab Market in ...
Aleppo, Northwestern Syria
By Antonio-Pampliega
23 Sep 2013

Thousands of people make their daily life in the city of Aleppo.
The most important markets of the city remain open.
Customers flock to buy despite the bombings on different areas of the city.

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Abu Saiba village : Dangerous Scene T...
Bahrain
By AlFardan
26 Jul 2013

Bahrain, a gulf country ruled by Sunni Dynasty, was shaken in February of 2013 by the Shia'a majority demanding democracy. The police used dangerous attacks against the anti-government protesters.

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2 killed in motorcycle bomb blast in ...
Kohat, Pakistan
By Mumtaz Khan
11 Jul 2013

At least two people were killed and six injured in a motorbike bomb blast, in Kacha Pakha, district of Kohat, Pakistan.

The bomb exploded near a Shiite mosque. A four killogram explosive material was used in the bomb, according to DPO Kohat Police Dilawar Khan Bangash. Four shops and two motorcycles were also destroyed in the blast.

The injured were rushed to the Divisional Headquarter Hospital in Kohat. Kacha Pakha is a Shia majority area, a hub for militants where security operations is ongoing.

No one has claimed responsibility for the bombing.

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Shark finning: A Cruel Dish is Disapp...
Hong Kong
By maltekol
30 Jun 2013

The trade in Shark Fins has declined in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong is the world's shark fin capital, where about half of all fins are traded. But according to figures from the Hong Kong government imports last year of Shark fins dropped by a third.

For most Chinese, eating shark's fin still remains a status symbol. But as Malte Kollenberg reports young people are starting to view it differently.

This is how Shark fins are ‘harvested….
The fins are cut off a living shark and then the torso is thrown back into the ocean. Most of these fins from countries like Indonesia end up in Hong Kong.In 2008 around 10.000 tons of fins passed the city’s ports according to environmental organization Oceana.

INTV (English): Stanley Shea, Activist with French founded Bloom Association
“In Hong Kong in the old times they provided banquets which is all settled by the restaurant and the fin is always included in the banquet. So it leaves the customer, they actually have no choice to remove the dishes from the banquet set.”

But things started to change three years ago.
Under pressure from Environmental groups Governments in Hong Kong and Mainland China have stopped serving shark fins at official banquets. And big corporations as well as hotel chains are announcing they will take shark fin soup off their menus.

INTV (English): Stanley Shea, Activist with French founded Bloom Association
“We have been talking to corporate and also hotels and restaurants. And we found in Hong Kong now awareness has been increased and many hotels and restaurants now offer something alternative in the banquet menus so people can choose not to have it.”

According to the World Wildlife Fund, appetite for the fins and other shark-related products has led to some shark species falling in numbers by 60-70%.
But in March this year five more species of Shark were added to the Washington Convention, ensuring endangered species are not threatened by overfishing and trade.This means tradingof eightshark speciesis not possible without official documentation anymore.
Here is the Sheung Wan District …. Shark Fins are still openly being sold.

But small shops merchants say business lately is slow and they are reluctant to talk about shark fins on camera…it has become a sensitive topic.But not far away at restaurant Lin Heung Kui staff will still proudly tell you that shark fin soup is on the menu.

INTV(Cantonese): Unidentified employee in Restaurant
“We prepare and serve the fins in lots of ways - with a clear soup or with shredded chicken. It is definitely more popular at night. We offer an especially cheap deal at $88 at the moment, but sometimes people come to get more expensive dishes.”

Shark fin soup has been the food of the rich and wealthy for hundreds of years in China. Consumption of the fins is said to increase health.

But anthropologist Veronica Mak says generational change is taking place.

INTV (English): Veronica Mak, Anthropologist at the Chinese University of Hong Kong
“Not consuming shark fins becomes a signifier to show you are a social responsible person. In the past people made shark fins a signifier in a banquet, but nowadays this signifier changes.”

Activists believe that awareness and education is the key to change consumer behavior. And less demand for shark fins here will result in fewer sharks left for dead in the world’s oceans.

Video footage of fishermen "harvesting" fins is courtesy of Greenpeace. The footage was licensed from Greenpeace to be included into the video report.

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Ritual Exhumation -Ifugao, Philippine...
Ifugao, Philippines
By Sherbien Dacalanio
19 Mar 2013

Bogwa is an ancient ritual in Ifugao, Philippines where natives in Kiangan, Asipulo, Banaue, Lagawe, Hingyon, and Hungduan exhume their death as a form of love and respect to their departed relatives. They feast, celebrate, and offer prayers to the dead for three days.

Although most Ifuagonos have converted to Christianity, they still practice this ritual taboo and incorporate Christian songs and prayers during “Bogwa”.

On the first day of "Bogwa", a Mumbaki (priest) will offer a prayer and a ritual asking the spirits to allow them to open the tomb of the dead.

After opening the tomb, a group of men are now ready to exhume the dead body and clean its 246 bones tediously . The men remove the garments and decaying flesh of the dead with their bare hands.

After cleaning the bones, they bury the decaying flesh near the tomb and sundry the cleaned bones. Next they wrap the skeleton's bones with white cloth and place native Ifugao garments over the white cloth.They will lay the wrapped bones in the favorite area of their beloved where they will pray and sing Christian songs for 3 days.

All people who wish to join the celebration are welcome. The family who is celebrating this unusual day are required to butcher pigs every day to feed all the visitors and on the last day they must also butcher a carabao.

A new coffin is made for the wrapped bones.

Before returning the dead to his tomb, a closing prayer and ritual is done and family members are asked to throw stones inside the tomb and make wishes to the spirits of their departed loved ones.

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Religious Flag Hoisting In Maha kumbh
Allahabad, India
By newspoint
12 Dec 2012

In Mahakumbh, the Junna Akhara group has been given the right to Shadhvi, which is the practice of being a nun. This is being done to hoist their religious Saffron flag at Confluence in Allahabad.

In Sri Dashnam, the Junna Akhara is also the largest of the 13th Akharas in the country. Junna Akhara has given space to the Sadhvis Nuns within their own region and set an illustration which emphasize equal rights for all women.

“We don’t underestimate the Sadhvis. They have been given equal rights with respect. Juna Akhara are providing equal space to the Sadhvis flag. In 2007 Jauna Akhara also gave equal Space to Sadhvis. these ladies are nuns and we look at them as a Sati. ”

  • Byte In Hindi- Mahant Hari Giri , Pious Group (Secretary Juna Akhara)

“Men have played a big role in our flag hoisting. We cannot do this work alone. Women have been grateful to us for suggesting different locations. We are cooperating with each other.”

  • Byte In Hindi- Divya Giri, Nun, Juna Group (Sadhvi Juna Akhara)

Local News Agency: News Point TV 
Shooting Dateline: December 12th, 2012
Shooting Location: Allahabad, Utter Pradesh (INDIA) 
Publishing Time: December 12th, 2012
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20th Anniversary of Babri Mosque Demo...
Ayodhya, Utter Pradesh, India
By newspoint
07 Dec 2012

The 20th anniversary of Babri mosque of Ayodhya. The 6th of December 1992 became a historical date in Indian history. After the demolishment of Babri masque in the Hindu’s spiritually city Ayodhya, a rift created between the two communities (Hindu & Muslim) Ayodhya was prohibited by the Government for a long time.
A superstructure called the Babri mosque standing in the city of Ayodhya, came crashing down. It remains even today a traumatic event for the nation, because modern Indians had not yet been weaned on a true history of India but on the Macaulayian version of the destruction of the structure as criminal vandalism.
However, the real act of vandalism was the superstructure built on a hoary and existing temple, and the vandals came from abroad to demolish the temple, and to build a mosque on the same spot. But temples, once it is shown that (prana prathista puj) wordhip was performed to build it, is where God or the deity resides, and therefore a temple belongs to God forever.
Babri mosque was built as an affront to the Hindus. Otherwise it could have been built anywhere else since namaz can be offered anywhere. Hindus can be proud to have prevailed in history because despite 800 years of Islamic and 200 years of Christian domination, Bharat today is still over 80 per cent of Hindus in population, and a continuing Hindu civilisation.

Byte-Hidu’s (Sant) Pious, Ayodhya, Utter Pradesh
“I don’t want to hurt anyone's feelings. We are doing these programs (Bhajan, Kirtan) merely for build Ram temple at Lord RAM birth place in Ayodhya. The Babri Mosque demolition is not good for Muslims but Babar was to attacker and he attacked both Hindu & Muslims. Place of prayer should not be on anyone name like (Babri mosque) BABRI MASJID.”

Byte- Eye witness, Ayodhya, Utter Pradesh
“I am connected with these cases since 1986. It seems that the Court will not sort out this issue.”

Byte- Eye witness, Ayodhya, Utter Pradesh
“The issue (Temple & Mosque) will not give a chance to Politicians. Whether it is Mulayam Singh Yadav (Leader of Samajwadi Party), Mayawati (Leader of Bahujan Samjwadi Party), Maneka Gandhi (Leader of Bhartiya Janta Party) or Sonia Gandhi (President of UPA). Now it should be stopped. If it continues, then there won’t be any development of Ayodhya”.

Byte-Hidu’s (Sant) Pious, Ayodhya, Utter Pradesh
“At that time we were scared looked at the chaos. But now, I felt that incident was caused by political parties. Now we had forgotten old quarrels and live with love both Hindu & Muslim.”

Byte – Resident, Ayodhya, Utter Pradesh
“ Ayodhya has not developed yet because nobody paid priority of Lord Ramachandra. I am a Muslim guy. I can proudly say that I am a resident of Ayoddhya but there did not any kind of development. People here live in amity. Political parties try to create rift again between two communities, they have failed.”

Local News Agency: News Point TV
Shooting Dateline: December 7th, 2012
Shooting Location: Ayodhya, Utter Pradesh (INDIA)
Publishing Time: December 7th, 2012
Length: 0:6:51
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B-Roll Entrance to Western Wall
Jerusalem, Israel
By Andrew Beale
07 Dec 2012

B-Roll of an entrance tunnel to the Western Wall in Jerusalem

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Settlement Interview Part 4
Jerusalem, Israel
By Andrew Beale
07 Dec 2012

Interview with Menashe Dovid, a British-Israeli commenting on Netanyahu's decision to approve 3,000 new building permits for West Bank settlement construction.

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B-Roll Separation Barrier Part 1
Ras al Amoud, East Jerusalem, Israel
By Andrew Beale
07 Dec 2012

A section of the separation barrier in Ras al Amoud, East Jerusalem

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Juna Akhara Makes 'Shahi Bhoomi Pujan...
Allhabad, Uttar Pradesh (INDIA)
By newspoint
01 Dec 2012

It was an event awaited by all as it happens only once in 12 years as the first akhara in the series of 13 of Sanatan dharma Panch Dasnam Juna Akhara made an official entry into the city led by two Shankaracharyas and 40 Maha Mandaleshwars. Truly a historic occasion, given the fact that the occasion was the most auspicious.
Kumbh Mela (Fair) is the largest gathering of people for a religious purpose in the world. Millions of people gather on different places for this auspicious occasion. Kumbha is a Sanskrit word for Pitcher, sometimes referred to as the Kalasha.
According to astrologers, the 'Kumbh Mela Fair' takes place when the planet Jupiter enters Aquarius and the Sun enters Aries. Kumbh (Kumbha means pot) Mela (means fair) is a sacred Hindu pilgrimage. In 2013 from 27th January the Purna Kumbh Mela will be held on Allahabad which occurs after every 12th years.
Byte - Hari Giri, Pious , Juna Akhara
“Kumbh Mela (Fair ) will start its time. It was the first worship of the Kumbh. It is called the ‘Bhoomi Poojan’ (land worship ). I am fully satisfied with the arrangements”. News Agency: News Point TV
Shooting Location: Allhabad, Uttar Pradesh (INDIA)
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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Diraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
30 Nov 2012

Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, Bahrain 30 Nov, 2012.
General scenes for the prayers, chanting during the Sheikh speech.
Some translated points from the speech:
·The crisis in Bahrain is political, caused by the oppression. ·Political figures in the opposition denounce violence while the authorities are still using it with the protesters . · Inhuman violations are happening now in Mehazza after Al-Eker against peaceful people. ·Once again the authorities brutally arrest a girl from her house late at night. ·The authorities ban protests again in violation to the BICI and the international community recommendations. · After the opposition's non-violence document there should be a similar document from the authorities.

*Full speech and translation are upon request.

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Egypt's Top Courts Suspend Work In Pr...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
28 Nov 2012

Egypt's Cassation and Appeal courts suspended their work nationwide on Wednesday, November 28, in protest against the constitutional declaration issued recently by President Mohamed Morsi. The decree, issued last Thursday, gave President Morsi powers to take any measures to protect the revolution, and stated that no court could overturn his decisions.

The decrees also protect the Constituent Assembly and Egypt's upper house of the parliament, known as the "Shura Council" from dissolution. The assembly and the council are mainly dominated by the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamists.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Cassation Judge:
‘‘Suspending all settings includes settings of cassation court of Cairo. Except sittings of remanded in custody, or lawsuits of killed demonstrators that already have scheduled sittings, until the constitutional declaration been canceled”

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) - Saleh El-derbashy, Lawyer:
"All lawyers are backing the fair judicial institution of Egypt. We are supporting the decision issued by general assemblies of cassation and appeals courts today, which suspending all their work until the constitutional declaration been cancelled".

Earlier on Saturday, Egypt's judge's Club announced suspension of work, condemning the recent decrees issued by Morsi that expand his powers. Morsi's backers say that the decree was needed to protect the gains of the revolution against a judiciary with deep ties to the ousted regime of Hosni Mubarak.

Egypt's Supreme Administrative Court (SAC) will look into twelve lawsuits filed against President Morsi's recent constitutional declaration on December 4.

Story: Egypt's Top Courts Suspend Work in Protest against Constitutional Declaration
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: November 23, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: November 23, 2012
Length: 0:01:23
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Language: Arabic
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  1. Wide shot of people gathering outside the Court of Appeal
  2. Close up shot of the logo of the Court of Appeal
  3. Various shots of people outside the court of Appeal
  4. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Cassation Judge:
  5. ‘‘Suspending all settings includes settings of cassation court of Cairo. Except sittings of remanded in custody, or lawsuits of killed demonstrators that already have scheduled sittings, until the constitutional declaration been canceled”
  6. SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) - Saleh El-derbashy, Lawyer:
    "All lawyers are backing the fair judicial institution of Egypt. We are supporting the decision issued by general assemblies of cassation and appeals courts today, which suspending all their work until the constitutional declaration been cancelled".
  7. Various shots of people outside the Court of Appeal
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Hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood gather...
Cairo, Egypt
By Ahmed Medhat
23 Nov 2012

Hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood gathered in front of the High Court in support of the constitutional declaration of President Mohamed Moursy and which included the decision to sack the Attorney General and the retrial of the symbols of the former regime and fortify the founding committee and the Shura Council

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Somali journalists in Kenya
Nairobi, Kenya
By Ruud Elmendorp
23 Nov 2012

25-years old Amina Ismail is one of the students on the Somali Journalist School in Kenya’s capital Nairobi. Amina came to Nairobi many years ago with her parents when they fled neighboring Somalia for the civil conflict that started in 1991. As a refugee Amina was raised in Kenya and lives in the Somali neighborhood Eastleigh in Nairobi.
The area nicknamed Little Mogadishu is thriving with high rise offices and apartments, shops, restaurants, hotels, markets, music stores, artists, and a stark contrast with Somalia’s capital Mogadishu that remains destroyed after so many years of war. For journalists there it is very dangerous. This year only 16 journalists were killed. The Somali Exiled Journalists Association in Nairobi who organizes the journalist training commemorates these journalists with ceremonies in its office in Eastleigh. For Amina the violence against journalists is one of the topics she studies during her classes. She also goes out in Eastleigh to practice reporting, and it is very interesting because of its liveliness, economic activity, association with Somali pirates and even the extremists of Al Shabaab. Everything an aspiring journalist would hope for. Still Amina wants to return to Somalia as a journalist.

Soundbite 1: In the name of Allah, the most merciful and the most gracious, let peace be with you.

Soundbite 2: Later as a journalist, I want to interview any person in politics. Whether he is president, vice president or weather he is a parliamentarian. I want to interview them.

Soundbite 3: I know that one day, I will die anyway. So I am not afraid to be next to the ones who are killed. I have my ambitions, and if I die, it means it was my time.

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The Commemoration of Ashura in Bahra...
Al Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
20 Nov 2012

Ashura is commemorated by Shi'a Muslims as a day of mourning for the martyrdom of Hussein ibn Ali, the grandson of Muhammad at the Battle of Karbala on 10 Muharram in the year 61 AH (October 10, 680 CE).
On the 20th of November, hundreds of Bahrainis mourned the loss of Hussein.
Diverse religious groups gathered to share this memory with shiite in the Bahraini capital, the city of Al-Manama.

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The Commemoration of Ashura in Bahra...
Al Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
20 Nov 2012

Ashura is commemorated by Shi'a Muslims as a day of mourning for the martyrdom of Hussein ibn Ali, the grandson of Muhammad at the Battle of Karbala on 10 Muharram in the year 61 AH (October 10, 680 CE).
On the 20th of November, hundreds of Bahrainis mourned the loss of Hussein.
Diverse religious groups gathered to share this memory with shiite in the Bahraini capital, the city of Al-Manama.

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The Commemoration of Ashura in Bahra...
Al Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
20 Nov 2012

Ashura is commemorated by Shi'a Muslims as a day of mourning for the martyrdom of Hussein ibn Ali, the grandson of Muhammad at the Battle of Karbala on 10 Muharram in the year 61 AH (October 10, 680 CE).
On the 20th of November, hundreds of Bahrainis mourned the loss of Hussein.
Diverse religious groups gathered to share this memory with shiite in the Bahraini capital, the city of Al-Manama.

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Thousands Protest Around Interior Min...
Cairo, Egypt
By CJSwansen
19 Nov 2012

Thousands of protestors including Cairo University students headed on Monday evening, November 19, to Mohamed Mahmoud Street near Tahrir Square and Interior Ministry headquarters to commemorate the victims of last year's clashes between protestors and security men at the same place.

The protestors raised signs and shouted statements against the Muslim Brotherhood and President Mohamed Morsi, demanding him to step down. They also showed symbolic coffins of revolution victims enshrouded in Egypt flags, and raised posters of them.

The protestors came close to the Interior Ministry building which made security think they were going to break into the complex, prompting police to cut electricity in the area, while protestors continued in the dark.

The protestors went on shouting the famous slogan of the anti-Mubarak uprising, but this time changing the name from Mubarak to Morsi, repeating “The people want the fall of regime!” and “Leave, Leave, Morsi!”

Stone throwing was reported between security and protestors, injuring 36 according to Egypt’s Health Ministry.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: November 19, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: November 19, 2012
Length: 0:02:01
Video Size: 99.5 MB
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SHOTLIST:

  1. Various shots of protestors raising banners and heading to Mohamed Mahmoud Street
  2. Medium shot, A large sign at the entrance of Mohamed Mahmoud Street reading “Muslim Brotherhood Not Allowed to Enter”
  3. Various shots of thousands of protestors at Mohamed Mahmoud Street
  4. Various shots of the graffiti portraits at Mohamed Mahmoud Street walls
  5. Various shots of symbolic coffins of martyrs covered with flag of Egypt, and a large black sign reading in white “Retaliation”
  6. Various shots of protestors shouting anti Muslim Brotherhood statements and shouting “Leave, Leave, Morsi!” and “The people want the fall of the regime”
  7. Various shots of protestors at dark Mohamed Mahmoud Street after Interior Ministry cut electricity at the area to disperse protestors
  8. Various shots of thousands of protestors in the dark
  9. Various shots of protestors putting fire on some wood sticks to get light
  10. Various shots of protestors raising a dozen of white banners with photos of victims
  11. Medium shot, a protestor showing a poster of last year’s army crackdown on protestors and a statement reading “Tantawi, we will not forget!”
  12. Various shots of protestors shouting “The people want the fall of the regime”
  13. Wide shot, an ambulance driving amid the protestors
  14. Various shots of the protest
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New Syrian Opposition Leader Holds Ta...
Cairo, Egypt
By CJSwansen
19 Nov 2012

The new leader of Syrian opposition coalition Moaz al-Khatib held talks on Monday, November 19, with Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr in Cairo, where they discussed the latest development of the Syrian crisis.

Al-Khatib told reporters that the newly formed coalition gained Syrian public recognition and support.

He also renewed his announced position of not visiting Russia and Iran for a solution.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: November 19, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: November 19, 2012
Length: 0:00:55
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SHOTLIST:

  1. Pan left, Egyptian Foreign Ministry headquarters in Cairo
  2. Medium shot, a crowd reporters and cameramen
  3. Various shots of the meeting between Egypt’s FM Mohamed Kamel Amr and chief of newly formed Syrian opposition coalition Moaz al-Khatib
  4. Pan right/low angle, Egyptian Foreign Ministry headquarters in Cairo
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Egyptians Rally in Support of Gaza, P...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
15 Nov 2012

Hundreds of Egyptians marched on Thursday, November 15, from Omar Makram Mosque near Tahrir Square to the Arab League headquarters in Cairo to stage a demonstration against the recent Israeli attacks on Gaza Strip.

Protestors called on the Egyptian government to cut all diplomatic and economic ties with Israel, and to shut down the Israeli embassy in Cairo.

On Wednesday night, President Mohamed Morsi recalled Egypt’s ambassador to Israel following the Israeli attack on Gaza that killed at least 15 Palestinians, including Hamas leading figure Ahmed Al-Jaabari and two young children.

Protestors shouted statements against the attacks on Gaza, raising Egyptian, Palestinian flags and other flags bearing the words “There is no God but Allah, Mohamed is the messenger of Allah.”

They also chanted statements like “Gaza is Symbol of Dignity”, “O Arab Rulers, Open Door for Jihad”.

Protesters also demanded the opening of the Rafah border crossing to allow more Palestinians into Egypt, the provision of political and logistical support to Gaza, and the cancelation of Egypt’s peace treaty with Israel.

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood called on Egyptians to hold a million-man march in Cairo on Friday to denounce recent Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip and to express solidarity with the Palestinian people in Gaza.

Hamas responded to the attacks by launching rockets into Israel, killing at least three Israelis.

STORY: Egyptians March to Arab League in Cairo against Israeli Attacks on Gaza
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: November 15, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: November 15, 2012
Length: 0:01:39
Video Size: 81.5 MB
Language: Arabic
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SHOTLIST:
1. Wide shot of protestors outside the Arab League headquarters in Cairo
2. Various shots of protestors raising large banners reading “Save Gaza” and raising Egyptian and Palestinian flags
3. Pan right shot of protestors outside the Arab league headquarters in Cairo
4. Various shots of protestors raising pictures showing injured Palestinians
5. Medium shot of one of the protestors raising the Egyptian flags with the words “ There is no God but Allah, Mohamed is the messenger of Allah”
6. Pan left shot of protestors outside the Arab League headquarters
7. Various shots of protestors
8. Various shots of protestors shouting statements announcing solidarity with Gaza and other statements like “Gaza is the symbol of dignity.
9. Medium shot of a banner reading “Gaza won’t die, the loss to Israel”
10. Various shots of protestors raising banners reading “Gaza won’t die”
11. Wide shot of protestors outside the Arab League headquarters

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Morsi, Ashton Discuss Egypt-EU Relations
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
14 Nov 2012

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi met on Wednesday, November 14, with the European Union's high representative for foreign affairs and security policy Catherine Ashton at the Presidential Palace in Cairo. The officials discussed possible programs aimed at increasing the cooperation between the EU and Egypt. Their talks focused largely on investments, tourism, international politics, and regional issues of common interest.

The meeting was attended by Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr and President Assistant for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Dr Essam El Hadad.

Morsi then met with the EU delegation, headed by Ashton, where they discussed political and economic issues affecting the country after the Arab Spring. They also discussed possible ways of finding a resolution to the Syrian conflict without foreign intervention, in addition to the Palestinian Cause.

After the meeting, the Egyptian President announced that the European Union has approved a five billion euro ($6.3 billion) 'support package' to Egypt over a two year period to be disbursed through the EU's finance institutions.

Ashton participated yesterday in the second meeting of EU-Arab foreign ministers over Syria, held at the Arab League in Cairo where she affirmed that the EU is highly supportive of democracy in “Arab Spring” countries.

STORY: Morsi, Ashton Discuss Ways of Increasing Cooperation between Egypt and EU
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: November 14, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: November 14, 2012
Length: 0:0:1:21
Video Size: 67.3 MB
Language: Arabic
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SHOTLIST:
1. Various external shot of the Presidency headquarters in Cairo
2. Various shots of the meeting of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and European Union's high representative for foreign affairs Catherine Ashton in the presence of Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr
3. Various shots of President Mohamed Morsi meeting with the EU delegation headed by Catherine Ashton
4. Various shots of the EU delegation during the meeting
5. Wide external shot of the Presidency headquarters in Cairo

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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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Bara Imambara of royal city Lucknow II
Lucknow, Utter Pradesh, India
By newspoint
17 Oct 2012

Bara Imambara is the grandest building of Lucknow, including the large Asfi mosque, the bhulbhulayah (labyrinth), and a well with running water. Two imposing gateways lead to the main hall. The Bara Imambara was built in 1784 during a devastating famine and one of Asaf-ud-Daula's objectives in embarking on this grandiose project was to provide employment for people in the region. According to reports, the famine continued for over a decade and the construction of the building continued for this time. It is said that ordinary people used to work in the day building up the edifice, while noblemen and other elite were called in at night to break down all the structure built each day, as they were incapable of doing anything else. These see-saw efforts continued until the period of famine was over. It was a project that preceded a Keynesian-like intervention for employment generation.

Byte- Nawab Mir Jafar Abdullah, Descendant of Nawab (peer) (Urdu)
“It is identified as the largest amongst Asifi Imambara in Lucknow is also known as Bara Imambara. Before making Imambara, Asif made a luxurious mosque. This is because of the importance of Bara Imambara in Muhrram Tazia of the Imam Hussein (a.s), first launched in India. Bara Imambara was built in 1784. Bara Imambara is so important in architectural beauty, Bara Imambara is a great matter for civil engineer.”

Byte-M A Khan, Senior Conservator Assistant archeology Department of India (Hindi)
“The big Imambara was made by Asif Uddullah. During his reign, he made Imambara for the people so that they had a chance to work. When he went to that mosque named Asifi, he felt there had to be an Imambara there too. Then he made his own Imambara and the amazing architectural accomplishment was a terrace without any supportive pillars. At that time there were no buildings as such in the whole world. The height of the building is 165ft long and 55ft broad. This type of building is never seen anywhere. A famous feature there, was a labyrinth where people used to get disguised and face difficulties while coming back to that area, which seems wonder because of two things of Imambara.” Local News Agency: News Point TV
Shooting Dateline: October 16, 2012
Shooting Location: Lucknow, Utter Pradesh (INDIA)
Publishing Time: October 16, 2012
Length: 0:10:24
Video Size: 168 MB
Language: Hindi
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SHOT LIST:
1. Long shot of entrance gate of Imambara
2. Camera pan left
3. Mid Close Up shot of design of Imambara gate
4. Various shot of Imambara
5. Different Angel shot of Imambara
6. Long Shot of Central Hall of Imambara
7. Wide shots campus of Imambara
8. Zoom out shot of Imambara