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Darfur Clipreel Vol. 2 (2004-2007): Part 5
Title:
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Summary: Sudanese Government And Opposition Sign Reconciliation Accord, Unifeed Darfur Water Shortage
Story No: X03655
Source: APTN, UNICEF
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 06/18/2005 12:00 PM
People: Hosni Mubarak
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Egypt Sudan

Sudanese government and opposition sign reconciliation accord

18/06/2005

APTN

STORYLINE: The Sudanese government signed a reconciliation agreement with one of its largest opposition groupings, hopefully ending a 16-year conflict in Darfur.

1. Exterior shot of centre where signing took place

2. Security outside

3. Wide shot of conference room, audience applauding as Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Sudanese President Omar el-Bashir enter

4. Mubarak and el-Bashir waving

5. Men in audience chanting and waving

6. Wide shot of hall

7. Mubarak and el-Bashir seated

8. John Garang, leader of Sudan's People's Liberation Army (SPLA) - on the right - and National Democratic Alliance (NDA) chairman Mohammed Osman Mirghani seated

9. Men in audience applauding

10. Various shots of Mirghani signing peace agreement and shaking hands

11. Sudan's Vice President, Ali Osman Mohammed Taha, signing peace agreement

12. Wide shot of audience, man chanting

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UNIFEED DARFUR WATER SHORTAGE

DARFUR / WATER SHORTAGE

28/07/2005

UNICEF

STORYLINE: Here in Finna, a small village in East Jabal Marra, Sudan's Darfur region, a drop of water is worth a pound of gold.

30 APRIL 2005, NYALA, SOUTH DARFUR

1. Med shot, children fetching water from a well

2. Wide shot, of children fetching water

3. Close up, of a bucket with water in it

4. Med shot, a woman, Mu Elnaso, pouring water from can to can

5. SOUNDIBTE (Arabic) Mu Elnaso, mother:

"It takes me more than 6 hours to fetch water, I brought three of my children so they can have shower once a week, I will bring them again next week, because I can't take enough water home. It's a long day under the sun, and it's especially hard for my children."

6. Med shot, girl washing clothes

7. Close up, baby, pan to the girl doing washing

8. Wide shot, Mu Elnaso starting to wash clothes

9. Med shot, women and children fetching water from a well

10. Wide shot, queue of cans, and people fetching water

11. Med shot, a women carrying a baby on her back

12. Med shot, women and children fetching water from a well

13. Wide shot, women and children, and a queue of cans

14. Close up, inside a well

15. Med shot, boy with a bucket

16. Med shot, women waiting around

17. Med shot, girl giving donkeys water

18. Med shot, Mu Elnaso getting her water ready

19. Med shot, Mu Elnaso and her children cleaning themselves

20. Close up, baby sleeping on Mu Elnaso's back

21. Wide shot, Mu Elnaso and her children on their way home

22. Med shot, Mu Elnaso and her children at home

23. Med shot, Mu Elnaso's daughter pouring water

24. Med shot, Mu Elnaso's children getting water to drink

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Subjects: Children
People: Hosni Mubarak
Locations: Egypt
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Darfur Clipreel Vol. 1 (2001-2004): Part 23
Title:
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Summary: Refugee Camp Where Conditions Have Deteriorated
Story No: X03642
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/29/2004 12:00 PM
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Sudan Camp

Refugee camp where conditions have deteriorated

29/08/2004

APTN

1. Kalma refugee camp

2. Tents in camp

3. People around water pump

4. Donkey and cart carrying man and woman

5. Various shots of women and sick children inside makeshift hospital run by the aid organisation CARE

6. Tents in camp

7. Old woman near children

8. Tracking shot through market area of camp

9. Various shots of refugees near tents

10. Various shots of Sudanese Government soldiers guarding camp

STORYLINE: Kalma camp, east of southern Darfur's capital Nyala, is home to approximately 85-thousand internally displaced people, and is one of the most poorly equipped. Conditions have deteriorated recently despite efforts to send food-aid and supplies to the stricken region.

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Subjects: Social issues, War and Unrest, Migration, Social Affairs, Refugees, General News, International incidents, Refugees
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Darfur Clipreel Vol. 1 (2001-2004): Part 17
Title:
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Summary: Darfur Governor Meets Pardoned Militiamen, Refugee Camp
Story No: X03636
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/23/2004 12:00 PM
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Sudan Wrap

Darfur governor meets pardoned militiamen, refugee camp

23/08/2004

APTN

STORYLINE: The governor of North Darfur in Sudan has announced an amnesty for all militiamen fighting in the region and asked them to come forward.

El-Fasher, capital of north Darfur

1. Wide of Osman Mohamed Yeussif Kibir governor of North Darfur province shaking hands with pardoned rebels at the governor's palace

2. African Union ceasefire commissioners observing the ceremony

3. Governor shaking hands with rebels, who are chanting "God is Great" and waving hands in the air

4. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Osman Mohamed Yeussif Kibir governor of North Darfur province:

"We honour our pledges and on the directive of the president of the republic we declare a general amnesty to all those who surrender their weapons and those who come forward to embrace our nation. We say to all those brothers welcome to your homeland. Honoured citizens, and innocent. You have full rights and you have your duty towards the state, and we welcome you back to the Province of North Darfur."

5. Wide shot of ceremony

6. Close up of governor signing the pardon forms

7. Pan of rebels being awarded their pardon forms by the Governor and the Chief Magistrate of North Darfur

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Colonel George Daroiue, Vice-chairman of the African Union Ceasefire Commission:

"I can see that today prisoners have already been released, and I hope that this will help everybody to reach peace here, and especially in the beginning of the peace talks in Abuja this may be very helpful."

9. Pan of African Union military observers shaking hands with the pardoned rebels

Abu Shok Refugee Camp, outskirts of El-Fasher

10. Wide shot of camp

11. Women walking through camp

12. Woman and child standing amidst makeshift tents

13. People dragging food aid bags along floor

14. Man helping woman load supplies onto her head

15. SOUNDBITE (English) Sacha Westerbeek, UNICEF information officer:

"Still thousands of people use one single toilet in this camp which seriously aggravates the situation with regard to diseases. The sanitation is a serious problem in the camps and that's why people are afraid that there will be cholera, hepatitis and bloody diarrhoea etc. all health related diseases that can be prevented if there will be sufficient water and sanitation services available for the IDPs (internally displaced people)."

16. Wide of women sitting with malnourished infants

17. Woman sitting with malnourished child on lap

18. Child's legs

19. Woman holding child

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Subjects: War and Unrest, Cease fires, Children, General News
Locations: Sudan
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Entertainment NY Clooney
Title:
SD
Summary: Actor comments on Darfur as he takes new role as peace messenger
Story No: 552610
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/31/2008 06:46 PM
People: George Clooney, Ban Ki-Moon, Jane Lute, Elie Wiesel, Jane Goodall, Yo-Yo Ma, Daniel Barenboim, Paulo Coelho
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SHOTLIST

1. Wide exterior UN headquarters

2. George Clooney arrives in lobby

3. Cutaway photographers

4. Clooney presented plaque proclaiming him as United Nations Messenger of Peace

5. Wide Clooney at press conference

6. SOUNDBITE: (English) George Clooney

7. Cutaway audience

8. SOUNDBITE: (English) George Clooney

9. Cutaway audience

10. SOUNDBITE: (English) George Clooney

11. Wide audience

12. SOUNDBITE: (English) George Clooney

GEORGE CLOONEY SPEAKS FOR DAFUR AS UN MESSANGER OF PEACE

George Clooney's arrival at the United Nations headquarters on Thursday was greeted with applause and cheers from dozens of people, mostly women, who crowded the lobby entrance for a peek and cell phone picture of him.

In his new role as U.N. messenger of peace Clooney stopped briefly to pose for a picture with his parents and shake a few hands and say "Hi guys," to awaiting fans and photographers.

Clooney was touring the U.N. headquarters for a ceremony marking his designation for the special job by Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.

He was just back from a trip to Sudan's Darfur region, arriving in the United States by way of India, a major contributor of U.N. peacekeeping troops.

Clooney and Jane Holl Lute, the assistant secretary general of peacekeeping operations, were part of "a technical assessment mission" visiting the joint African Union-United Nations peacekeeping operation in Darfur and the U.N. missions in the Central African Republic and Chad and in the Democratic Republic of Congo, U.N. Officials said.

Clooney took on the job of promoting the world body's peacekeeping missions after waging his own campaigns for an end to the 4 1/2-year war in Darfur and for more humanitarian aid for the millions caught up in the conflict.

As the ninth U.N. peace envoy, Clooney was selected for his ability to focus public attention on critical international political and social issues.

He was accompanied Thursday by his parents Nick and Nina Clooney, exchanging the glamour of Hollywood for a day spent among the diplomatic trappings of U.N. offices, a windowless press conference room and several hours of back-to-back interviews with news media organisations.

The visit coincided with a meeting of countries on Thursday that contribute troops to the 17 U.N. peacekeeping missions in countries from the Mideast and Africa to Haiti, Afghanistan and East Timor.

Clooney had been scheduled to attend that meeting but those plans were scrapped because several member countries did not want him there, according to U.N. Officials.

Other messengers of peace are Michael Douglas, Elie Wiesel, Jane Goodall, Yo-Yo Ma, Daniel Barenboim, Paulo Coelho, Midori Goto and Princess Haya of Jordan.

Clooney also is a co-founder of Not on Our Watch, a humanitarian group that focuses global attention on Darfur's people and has raised more than US$9.3 million for the region.

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Subjects: Peacekeeping forces, Armed forces, Military and defense, Government and politics
People: George Clooney, Ban Ki-Moon, Jane Lute, Elie Wiesel, Jane Goodall, Yo-Yo Ma, Daniel Barenboim, Paulo Coelho
Organisations: United Nations
Locations: New York, New York, United States
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UNifeed West Darfur Attacks
Title:
SD
Summary: UNifeed West Darfur Attacks
Story No: UN01861
Source: UNMIS
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 02/27/2008 04:00 PM
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STORY: WEST DARFUR / ATTACKS

TRT: 2.10

SOURCE: UNMIS

RESTRICTIONS: NONE

LANGUAGE: ENGLISH/ NATS

DATELINE: 13 FEBUARY 2007, EL GENEINA, SUDAN

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DATELINE: 12 FEBUARY 2007, SIRBA, SUDAN

1. Wide shot, burnt remains of huts

2. Med shot, boy playing around new tent

3. Med shot, UNAMID APC

4. Wide shot, humanitarian agencies trucks with supplies

5. Med shot, humanitarian workers

DATELINE: 13 FEBUARY 2007, EL GENEINA, SUDAN

6. Wide shot, Rodolphe Adada UNAMID Joint Special Representative arriving at El Geneina airport

7. Med shot, Adada greeting UNAMID officials

8. Wide shot, Adada meeting with UNAMID personnel

9. Med shot, UNAMID personnel

10. Close up, Adada UNAMID Joint Special Representative

11. Med shot, box with shrapnel collected during an assessment mission

12. Close up, shrapnel

13. SOUNDBITE (English) Adada UNAMID Joint Special Representative:

"We understand the frustration of the population as well because they have been promised protection and we are the tools of the protection and yet this tool is not working very very well. In the case of west Darfur, the situation is that the violence has got to a high level with many killings of civilians and the only thing we can do is to witness this, to issues statement and try to get the belligerent restraint stance, this is the frustration we are facing."

13. Wide shot, Adada chatting with UNAMID staff members

STORYLINE:

United Nations-African Union head Rodolphe Adada today visited UNAMID personnel and NGO's providing for victims of the recent attacks in three towns of West Darfur.

The human rights team showed Mr. Adada sharpnel collected during an assement mission in the town of Abu Sorouj. He said he understood the frustration of the population because they had been promised protection, and "we are the tools of the protection and yet this tool is not working very, very well."

Last week, the Janjaweed militia, supported by Sudanese forces attacked three towns in West Darfur resulting in the deaths of some 200 people.

Abu Suruj, Sirba and Seleia, town north of West Darfur's capital, were the scene of violence on 8 February. Abu Suruj, where thousands of civilians make their home, was burnt to the ground, while the assault on Seleia reportedly included air strikes by the Government.

According to the United Nations refugee agency, as many as 12,000 Sudanese have fled across the border into Chad.

Since the attacks, there have been two assessment missions by UN agencies to two of the three affected towns providing food and medical care to the displaced people.

The attack follows a pattern of clashes since December in West Darfur between Sudanese government forces and the JEM, which took control of key villages north of El-Geneina.

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Subjects: Municipal governments, Personnel, Local governments, Government and politics, Business
Organisations: United Nations
Locations: Sudan, Middle East, Sudan, North Africa, Africa
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Darfur Clipreel Vol. 2 (2004-2007): Part 10
Title:
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Summary: Pro-UN Demo As Egeland Visits Sudan, Reactions From US, UN
Story No: X03660
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 05/08/2006 12:00 PM
People: Condoleezza Rice, George Bush
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World Darfur

WRAP Pro-UN demo as Egeland visits Sudan, reax from US, UN

08/05/2006

AP TELEVISION

Various - 8 May 2006

STORYLINE: UN ambassadors from the US and Britain on Monday called for speedy deployment of a UN peacekeeping force to the troubled Darfur region of Sudan.

DARFUR, SUDAN - 8 MAY 2006

1. Thousands of internally displaced people protesting for greater UN and US intervention

2. Various of Jan Egeland walking through protest

3. Banner: "We need need redcoat to protect US, UP UP USA" (urging US intervention)

4. Women protesting in group

5. Close up of women

6. Children protesting in group

7. Angry crowd gathering around UN car leaving

8. Children in camp

9. Wideshot showing arid camp

NEW YORK, US - 8 MAY 2006

10. Wide shot exterior United Nations building

11. SOUNDBITE: (English) John Bolton, United States Ambassador to the United Nations

"I don''t think our objective changes. We want the deployment of the UN peace keeping force as soon as possible. But until you can get the planning done you can''t speed that date up. So the answer to accelerating the deployment depends on the pace of which the planning can take place."

12. Mid shot UN flags outside building

13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Emyr Jones Parry, Britain''s Ambassador to the United Nations

"But the goal must be clear. That in security and humanitarian access and relief that we do better in Darfur in the coming days, not waiting for the UN mission itself to take over. And my last point would be that one would aim to do this as much as possible with the closet cooperation with the African Union, but especially with the government of Sudan."

14. Wide shot tilt up exterior UN building

WASHINGTON DC, US - 8 MAY 2006

15. US President George W. Bush arrives for news briefing with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Deputy Secretary of State Robert B. Zoellick

16. SOUNDBITE: (English) George W Bush, US President

"The government of Sudan and the largest rebel group signed an agreement and took a step towards peace. Many people worked hard for this achievement."

17. Wide shot Bush, Rice and Zoellick

18. SOUNDBITE: (English) George W Bush, US President

"The United States have met our commitment, but other major donors have not come through. As a result the World Food Programme was forced to cut rations by half. So I propose an emergency supplementary before Congress to increase food aid to Sudan by another 225 million (m) dollars."

19. Bush, Rice and Zoellick walk out

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Subjects: Cabinets, Executive branch, Government bodies, International agreements, Government and Politics, Diplomacy, International relations
People: Condoleezza Rice, George Bush
Locations: Sudan
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UN Clooney
Title:
SD
Summary: Actor on Darfur as takes new role as peace messenger
Story No: 552587
Source: AP TELEVISION, UNTV
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/31/2008 06:47 PM
People: George Clooney, Jane Lute, Elie Wiesel, Jane Goodall, Yo-Yo Ma, Daniel Barenboim, Paulo Coelho
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AP Television

FILE:

New York, date unknown

1. Wide exterior UN

UNTV

New York - 31 January, 2008

2. Pan actor George Clooney arriving at the UN

3. Cutaway of cameras

4. Mid of Clooney receiving Messenger of Peace plaque from Deputy-Secretary-General, UPSOUND: "It is now my pleasure to proclaim, you Mr. George T. Clooney, as a United Nations Messenger of Peace. Congratulations."

5. Wide of conference

6. SOUNDBITE: (English) George Clooney, actor and filmmaker:

"The Sudanese government hoped to show us that they've been unfairly treated by the international community, that the calls of atrocities by the government are exaggerated, that it's simply a civil war. Let us be clear. As we travelled to north, south, and west Darfur, El Fasher, Nyala, Zalengi, there was not one man, woman or child in any of these camps, at any of these locations that didn't hold the government of Sudan or it's Janjaweed supported militia, responsible for them being displaced. Not one. Millions are homeless, not from famine or disease or acts of God, but from a well armed militia intent on ridding the land of its people."

7. Pan of journalists

8. SOUNDBITE: (English) George Clooney, actor and filmmaker:

"These are your troops now. These men and women risking their lives for peace, your responsibility. So either give them the basic tools for protecting the population and themselves or have the decency to just bring them all home. Because you can't do it half way. Bring them home and shut off your TV and your radio and your phones and the internet and go back into your offices and wait until it's all over. It shouldn't take too long before they'll stop hoping that the UN will show up. But right now they're hoping. They see these bright blue hats and they feel a new energy in the air. They feel for the first time that this is the moment that the rest of the world, all of the nations, united, are stepping in to help them."

9. Mid of news conference

10. SOUNDBITE: (English) George Clooney, actor and filmmaker:

"It's fighting to get things that are truly important to us. We tend to not get to see enough of what we need to see anymore and so it seems as if at times, celebrity can bring that focus. Can't make the policies, can't change people's minds really, but you can bring a camera where you go because they'll follow you and you can shine a light on it. That seems to be my job in this."

UNTV

El Fasher, Sudan - 19 January, 2008

11. Various of Clooney visiting refugee camps

STORYLINE

Actor George Clooney toured the U.N. headquarters on Thursday for a ceremony marking his designation as a U.N. messenger of peace.

The 46-year-old actor's arrival at the United Nations headquarters was greeted with applause and cheers from dozens of people, mostly women, who crowded the lobby entrance for a peek and cell phone picture of him.

"Hi guys," he said, stopping briefly to pose for a picture with his parents and shake a few hands.

Clooney was just back from a trip to Sudan's Darfur region, arriving in the United States by way of India, a major contributor of U.N. peacekeeping troops.

"The Sudanese government hoped to show us that they've been unfairly treated by the international community, that the calls of atrocities by the government are exaggerated, that it's simply a civil war. Let us be clear. As we travelled to north, south, and west Darfur, El Fasher, Nyala, Zalengi, there was not one man, woman or child in any of these camps, at any of these locations that didn't hold the government of Sudan or it's Janjaweed supported militia, responsible for them being displaced. Not one," Clooney said at a news conference.

"Millions are homeless, not from famine or disease or acts of God, but from a well armed militia intent on ridding the land of its people," he added.

Clooney and Jane Holl Lute, the assistant secretary general of peacekeeping operations, were part of "a technical assessment mission" visiting the joint African Union-United Nations peacekeeping operation in Darfur and the U.N. missions in the Central African Republic and Chad and in the Democratic Republic of Congo, UN officials said.

Clooney took on the job of promoting the world body's peacekeeping missions after waging his own campaigns for an end to the 4 1/2-year war in Darfur and for more humanitarian aid for the millions caught up in the conflict.

As the ninth UN peace envoy, Clooney was selected for his ability to focus public attention on critical international political and social issues.

"It's fighting to get things that are truly important to us," Clooney said.

"We tend to not get to see enough of what we need to see anymore and so it seems as if at times, celebrity can bring that focus. Can't make the policies, can't change people's minds really, but you can bring a camera where you go because they'll follow you and you can shine a light on it. That seems to be my job in this," he added.

Clooney was accompanied on Thursday by his parents Nick and Nina Clooney, exchanging the glamour of Hollywood for a day spent among the diplomatic trappings of U.N. offices, a windowless news conference room and several hours of back-to-back interviews with news media organisations.

The visit coincided with a meeting of countries on Thursday that contribute troops to the 17 UN peacekeeping missions in countries from the Mideast and Africa to Haiti, Afghanistan and East Timor.

Clooney had been scheduled to attend that meeting but those plans were scrapped because several member countries did not want him there, according to U.N. Officials.

Other messengers of peace are Michael Douglas, Elie Wiesel, Jane Goodall, Yo-Yo Ma, Daniel Barenboim, Paulo Coelho, Midori Goto and Princess Haya of Jordan.

Clooney also is a co-founder of Not on Our Watch, a humanitarian group that focuses global attention on Darfur's people and has raised more than 9.3 million (m) US dollars for the region.

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Subjects: Diplomacy, Homelessness, Celebrity, Peacekeeping forces, Movies, Government and politics, Civil wars, Hunger, International relations, Poverty, Human welfare, Social issues, Social affairs, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment, Armed forces, Military and defense, War and unrest, General news
People: George Clooney, Jane Lute, Elie Wiesel, Jane Goodall, Yo-Yo Ma, Daniel Barenboim, Paulo Coelho
Organisations: United Nations, Sudan government
Locations: New York, New York, United States
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Darfur Clipreel Vol. 1 (2001-2004): Part 29
Title:
SD
Summary: Sudanese Govt And Rebels Resume Peace Talks
Story No: X03648
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 10/21/2004 12:00 PM
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Nigeria Sudan

Sudanese govt and rebels resume peace talks

21/10/2004

APTN

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SHOTLIST:

Abuja, 21 Oct 2004

1. Majzoub Alkahlisa, Sudanese agricultural minister and head of Sudanese governmental delegation arriving at conference centre

2. Alkahlisa greeting another conference participant

3. Hamid Algabid, African Union's Special Envoy for Darfur and chair of the talks, declaring the meeting open (French upsound)

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Florentina Ukonga, Nigerian government representative:

"That at the end of discussions and exchanges, the parties to the conflicts will be prepared to accept proposed solutions in the spirit of give and take in the overall interest of the people of Darfur."

5. Rebel delegates listening at the conference

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Majzoub Alkahlisa, Sudanese agricultural minister and head of Sudanese governmental delegation:

"We have a comprehensive solution for the hope of Darfur, including the economical side, humanitarian side, political side and also that related to the social side."

7. European Union delegates listening at conference

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Hamed Mohamed, head of the rebel delegation:

"Decide that they want to solve the problem enough politically. Simply they are hanging around and they want to get a sign, some protocol to say to the international community that they are now going to solve the humanitarian crisis in Darfur. But from our side we do believe that the government is not genuinely serious to solve the problem in Darfur, and what they want that they just gain the time and to release the international pressure on the Sudanese side, so from our side, as I said, we came to Abuja to find a way to settle the conflict in Darfur."

9. Delegation from the Sudanese government sitting at the conference table

STORYLINE: Sudanese government and rebel representatives resumed peace talks on Thursday in the Nigerian capital Abuja, to discuss the crisis in Sudan's Darfur region, a month after the last round of talks broke up without an agreement.

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Subjects: Government and politics, Humanitarian crises, Peace treaties, General news, Treaties, International agreements, International relations
Locations: Sudan, Abuja, Nigeria, Middle East, Sudan, North Africa, Africa, West Africa
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Darfur Clipreel Vol. 2 (2004-2007): Part 20
Title:
SD
Summary: UN Under-Secretary Warns Sanctions May Harm Ordinary People
Story No: X03670
Source: UNTV
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 03/26/2007 12:00 PM
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Sudan UN

UN Under-Secretary warns sanctions may harm ordinary people

26/03/2007

UNTV

STORYLINE: The new United Nations humanitarian chief warned on Sunday that any proposed sanctions on Sudan should not hurt civilians, the same day Britain and Germany called for tougher action against Sudan to end four years of bloodshed there.

1. Wide of people standing on hillside

2. United Nations undersecretary general for humanitarian affairs John Holmes arriving at village with entourage

3 Locals welcoming Holmes

4. Holmes shaking hands with locals

5. Mid of women dancing

6. Mid of banner reading in English "Yes to the UN, Yes to USA"

7. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Unnamed local resident:

"There is no security in the area, and the government has blocked all roads that lead to us, and at any time we expect an offensive from the government, so we feel insecure and most of our people are still in hiding."

8. Holmes meeting women in room

9. Close up of Holmes

10. Close up of local woman

11. Close up of baby in arms of woman

12. Close up of girl

13. SOUNDBITE (English) John Holmes, United Nations undersecretary general for humanitarian affairs:

"If there are sanctions and I have nothing to do with sanctions, I am purely looking at the humanitarian side of things, there have to be sanctions which don't target ordinary people, that's very clear."

14. Mid of armed rebels

15. Close of rebel

16. SOUNDBITE (English) Yahya Mohamed Suleiman, Sudan Liberation Army Commander:

"I do appeal to the international community to exert or to deploy an effort in order to make our people, to relieve the suffering of our people, and to encourage or to put pressure on the government of Khartoum to accept the negotiations with those who are out of this agreement."

17. Mid of man standing by house

18. Close of children

19. Armed rebels seated

20. Wide of rebels seated under tree

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Subjects: Sanctions and embargoes, Humanitarian crises, Foreign policy, Government policy, Government and politics, Foreign policy, International relations, General news
Organisations: United Nations
Locations: Sudan, Middle East, Sudan, North Africa, Africa
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Darfur Clipreel Vol. 1 (2001-2004): Part 13
Title:
SD
Summary: Rwanda Troops Arrive For Darfur Mission, Latest On Refugee Crisis, African Troops
Story No: X03632
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/17/2004 12:00 PM
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Sudan Rwanda

Rwanda troops arrive for Darfur mission

15/08/2004

APTN

STORYLINE: About 140 Rwandan soldiers arrived in Sudan's troubled Darfur region on Sunday, becoming the first foreign armed force deployed in the region since Arab militiamen began attacking black African farmers

1. Rwandan aircraft at the airport

2. Rwandan troops leaving the aircraft

3. Various of Rwandan soldiers standing to attention

4. Close up of one of the Rwandan soldiers

5. General Okonk, of the African Union Mission in Sudan examining troops

6. Rwandan soldiers getting onto truck

7. Truck moving away

8. African Union vehicle

9. African Union flag

10. SOUNDBITE: (English) General Okonk, African Union Mission in Sudan:

"We are not supposed to get involved in any fighting here. That is not part of our mandate and that is what I told you this morning, that observers won't do their observation tasks in areas where fighting is going on."

11. Soldier saluting general

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Sudan Refugees

WRAP Latest on refugee crisis, African troops

17/08/2004

APTN

STORYLINE: Ibrahim Ahmed Omar, the Secretary General of the ruling Sudanese National Congress, a

spokesman for the Sudanese government, has blamed rebel attacks in the Darfur region for creating the growing refugee problem there.

1. Wide shot of Abu Shuk Camp

2. Displaced people walking around camp

3. Sudanese police securing camp in pickup trucks

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Ibrahim Ahmed Omar, General Secretary of ruling Sudanese National Congress Party: "The government have not been attacking these people. It has just been defending itself against 14 attacks before it could launch an attack. So it is the people who are displaced."

5. Security patrolling camp

6. Various of elderly women and children in the camp

7. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Mariam Jido, refugee:

"The government has given us nothing. Only the foreigners have come to help us. They burnt my home and they took everything and they gave us nothing."

8. Shots of elderly men and women in camp

9. Wide of camp

10. Wide shot of Rwandan military gathered on parade ground

11. Mid shot of Rwandan military men

12. Rwandan soldiers building their tents

13. South African soldiers setting up their computers

14. South African soldiers with laptop computer

15. Rwandan soldiers walking

16. Rwandan soldiers sitting

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Subjects: Social issues, Poverty, War and Unrest, Migration, Technology, Government bodies, Consumer product technologies, Government and Politics, Legislative branch, Homelessness, Social Affairs, Refugees, General News, International incidents, Refugees
Locations: Sudan
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