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Title:
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Summary: WRAP Bush signs bill on terror suspects, protest
Story No: 499981
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 10/18/2006 02:02 AM
People: George W. Bush, Peter Pace, Alberto Gonzales, Donald Rumsfeld, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Abu Zubaydah, Osama bin Laden
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Washington, DC

1. US President George W Bush walks into East Room of the White House

2. Wide of Bush at podium

3. SOUNDBITE (English) US President George W. Bush:

"It is a rare occasion when a President can sign a bill he knows will save American lives. I have that privilege this morning. The Military Commissions Act of 2006 is one of the most important pieces of legislation in the war on terror."

4. Cutaway of General Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, pull out to wide of Bush at podium

5. SOUNDBITE (English) US President George W. Bush:

"When I sign this bill into law, we will use these commissions to bring justice to the men believed to have planned the attacks of September the 11th, 2001. We'll also seek to prosecute those believed responsible for the attack on the USS Cole, which killed 17 American sailors six years ago last week."

6. Cut away of officials

STORYLINE

President George W. Bush signed legislation on Tuesday authorising tough interrogation of terror suspects and smoothing the way for trials before military commissions, calling it a "vital tool" in the war against terrorism.

Bush's plan for treatment of the terror suspects became law just six weeks after he acknowledged that the CIA had been secretly interrogating suspected terrorists overseas and pressed Congress to quickly give authority to try them in military commissions.

Speaking from the White House East Room, Bush said the bill he signed today will help bring to justice the men believed to be responsible for the 9/11 attacks.

Among those the United States hopes to try are Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the accused mastermind of those attacks; as well as Ramzi Binalshibh, an alleged would-be 9/11 hijacker; and Abu Zubaydah, who was believed to be a link between Osama bin Laden and many al-Qaida cells.

Bush said it's "a rare occasion when a president can sign a bill that he knows will save American lives." But he said he had that privilege with this bill's signing.

The president said he signed the legislation in memory of the victims of the September 11 attacks.

He said the United States "will answer brutal murder with patient justice," and added, "those who kill the innocent will be held to account."

Among those in the audience were military officers, lawmakers who helped pass the bill and members of Bush's Cabinet.

He singled out for praise, among others, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, who has come under sharp criticism in recent months as violence has soared in Iraq.

The law protects detainees from blatant abuses during questioning - such as rape, torture and "cruel and inhuman" treatment - but does not require that any of them be granted legal counsel.

Also, it specifically bars detainees from filing habeas corpus petitions challenging their detentions in federal courts.

Many Democrats opposed the legislation because they said it eliminated rights of defendants considered fundamental to American values, such as a person's ability to go to court to protest their detention and the use of coerced testimony as evidence.

The American Civil Liberties Union said the new law is "one of the worst civil liberties measures ever enacted in American history."

Bush acknowledged that the law came amid dispute. But he said, the process is "fair, lawful and necessary."

Outside the White House, a coalition of religious groups staged a protest against the bill, shouting "Bush is the terrorist" and "Torture is a crime."

About 15 of the protesters, standing in a light rain, refused orders to move. Police then arrested them one by one.

The Bush administration needed the legislation because the Supreme Court in June said the administration's plan for trying detainees in military tribunals violated US and international law.

The legislation, which sets the rules for court proceedings, applies to those selected by the military for prosecution and leaves mostly unaffected the majority of the 14-thousand prisoners in US custody, most of whom are in Iraq.

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Subjects: Terrorism, Protests and demonstrations, Legislation, Government and politics, Military legal affairs, September 11 attacks, Laws, Crime, War and unrest, General news, Political and civil unrest, Legislature, Military and defense, Events, Terrorist attacks, Terrorism, War and unrest, General news
People: George W. Bush, Peter Pace, Alberto Gonzales, Donald Rumsfeld, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Abu Zubaydah, Osama bin Laden
Organisations: United States military, United States government
Locations: Taubaté, São Paulo, Brazil
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Terrorism Clipreel Vol.2: Part 5
Title:
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Summary: Philippines - Nail Bomb And Bus Bombing
Story No: X01123
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 10/08/2004 12:00 AM
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Story No. 351653/353159

Philippines - Nail bomb and bus bombing

Source: APTN

Philippines - 2 and 19 October 2002

Zamboanga, 2 October 2002

++Night-time++

1. Two Americans in civilian clothes, one with rifle, at blast scene

2. Wide shot Filipino soldiers at scene

3. American investigator sorting through bomb fragments

4. American investigator picking up debris from tree trunk

5. Debris on the ground

6. Filipino bomb squad at scene

Manila, 19 October 2002

7. Wide shot of damaged bus

8. Various shots of severe damage to bus

9. People looking at bus

10. Various of damaged bus

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Subjects: Accidents and Disasters, General News
Locations: Philippines
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Terrorism Clipreel Vol.1: Part 6
Title:
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Summary: Egypt - Greek Tourists Killed In Gun Attack, Explosion On Moscow Underground Train
Story No: X01366
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 02/19/1996 05:00 AM
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Location : Egypt - Greek tourists killed in gun attack

Source: LC180496

Duration: 01:38

Location : Russia - Explosion on Moscow underground train

Source: LC120696

Duration: 01:27

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Locations: Greece, European Union, Europe, Greece, Western Europe, Moscow
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INDONESIA: JAKARTA: CAR BOMB EXPLOSION
Title:
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Summary: INDONESIA: JAKARTA: CAR BOMB EXPLOSION
Story No: 194381
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 09/13/2000 12:00 AM
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Police in the Indonesian capital Jakarta said on Wednesday that at least 23 people were injured and one person was killed when a car bomb ripped through an underground garage in the Jakarta Stock Exchange building.

The explosion happened 45 minutes before the business day ended.

The underground parking lot was packed with hundreds of cars and dozens of drivers waiting for their stockbrokers and other executives to finish work.

The bourse closed at its lowest point this year as more than 1,000 workers were hastily evacuated from the office block in the capital's downtown after the explosion.

Dozens of firefighters doused the underground flames as smoke billowed from the basement.

Several hours after the blast, they brought out the body of a man on a stretcher.

Firefighters said most of the smoke came from dozens of burning vehicles.

They said the fuel tanks of several cars had exploded inside the garage.

There were fears for the safety of an undetermined number of people trapped in the basement.

Search and rescue coordinator Boedel said attempts to reach those trapped had been hampered by thick and acrid smoke.

The building is on the capital's main downtown avenue, and the mayhem brought afternoon traffic in downtown Jakarta to a standstill.

Police said they had ordered the stock exchange to suspend operations for the rest of the week while they investigate the incident.

This bombing forms part of a series of unexplained bomb blasts which have rocked Indonesia in recent weeks, in Jakarta and other major cities.

Some suggest the bombings are the work of those trying to disrupt the ongoing trial of former President Suharto on massive corruption charges.

SOUNDBITE: (INDONESIAN)

"The explosion, it was like ... boom! (Q; Where were you?) I was in the basement of the office. (Q: So bomb was in the basement?) "I don't know if it was a bomb or not. There was just a sudden explosion. Boom!"

SUPER CAPTION: Bambang, Blast survivor

SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH)

"Just one loud blast. We were on the 15th floor and there was an alarm and they evacuated the building. It was about 3.30."

SUPER CAPTION: Paul Adams, Eye-Witness

SOUNDBITE: (INDONESIAN)

"If you think there's a connection with what happened two weeks ago it is possible. The intention here is to disrupt the security of the state." (responding to question on whether blast is connected to the start of Suharto's trial which began officially 2 weeks ago)

SUPER CAPTION: Hanry Montael, Head of Police Investigation

Jakarta, Indonesia, September 13 2000

1. Wide shot of crowd, with building and smoke in background

2. Mid shot fireman using firehose

3. Wide shot of police holding back crowd

4. Medics carry injured woman and put her into ambulance

5. Ambulance leaves

6. Wide people leave building

7. Wide crowd, building and smoke

8. Wide fireman using hose, water stops

9. Fireman goes to fire engine and adjusts taps

10. Wide shot of Stock Exchange building, looking up structure

11. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) Bambang, Blast survivor

12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Paul Adams, eyewitness

13. Wide shot of two firemen spraying hose

14. Wide shot of smoke billowing from front of building

15. Smoke rising from interior

16. Wide large crowd outside

17. Ambulance drives away

18. SOUNDBITE: (INDONESIAN) Hanry Montael, Head of Police Investigation

19. Wide of fire engines

20. Mid shot of firemen spraying front of building

21. Stock Exchange sign

22. Wide shot of police standing outside building

23. Crowd outside watches as smoke billows out

24. Mid shot interior car park: rescuers start to move cars

25. Wide shot of interior of car park

26. Security men walk through car park, with smoke

27. Security men at car park exit

28. Mid shot firemen in rescue gear with equipment

29. Car park stairwell: rescue workers

30. Lifts in lobby; two doors blown off

31. Interior of Stock Exchange dealing floor

32. Burnt-out car in car park

33. Police walk through lobby

Jakarta, Indonesia, September 13 2000

1. Wide shot of crowd, with building and smoke in background

2. Mid shot fireman using firehose

3. Wide shot of police holding back crowd

4. Medics carry injured woman and put her into ambulance

5. Ambulance leaves

6. Wide people leave building

7. Wide crowd, building and smoke

8. Wide fireman using hose, water stops

9. Fireman goes to fire engine and adjusts taps

10. Wide shot of Stock Exchange building, looking up structure

11. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) Bambang, Blast survivor

12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Paul Adams, eyewitness

13. Wide shot of two firemen spraying hose

14. Wide shot of smoke billowing from front of building

15. Smoke rising from interior

16. Wide large crowd outside

17. Ambulance drives away

18. SOUNDBITE: (INDONESIAN) Hanry Montael, Head of Police Investigation

19. Wide of fire engines

20. Mid shot of firemen spraying front of building

21. Stock Exchange sign

22. Wide shot of police standing outside building

23. Crowd outside watches as smoke billows out

24. Mid shot interior car park: rescuers start to move cars

25. Wide shot of interior of car park

26. Security men walk through car park, with smoke

27. Security men at car park exit

28. Mid shot firemen in rescue gear with equipment

29. Car park stairwell: rescue workers

30. Lifts in lobby; two doors blown off

31. Interior of Stock Exchange dealing floor

32. Burnt-out car in car park

33. Police walk through lobby

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Subjects: Improvised explosives, Criminal investigations, Accidents and disasters, War and unrest, General news, Law and order, Criminal investigations, Crime
Locations: Indonesia, Jakarta, Southeast Asia, Asia, Java
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Terrorism Clipreel Vol.2: Part 14
Title:
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Summary: Chechen Prime Minister Killed In Blast, Female Suicide Bombers On Russian Aircraft, Russia, Beslan - Chechen Militants Take School Children As Hostages
Story No: X01373
Source: APTN, Russian Pool
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 09/06/2004 04:00 AM
People: Vladimir Putin
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Story No: G00421

Female suicide bombers on Russian aircraft

Source: APTN

Russia - 25 August 2004

Near Tula, south of Moscow, Russia - 25 August 2004

1. Crash site, suitcase

2. Wide shot of crashed Tupolev Tu-134 aircraft fuselage

Tula, Russia - 25 August 2004

3. Wide shot of investigators near the debris of Tu-134

4. Investigators searching through the debris of crashed aircraft

Story No: G00421

Russia - Chechen militants take school children as hostages

Source: (a) APTN (b) Russian Pool

Beslan + Vladikavkaz, Russia - 2 - 6 September 2004

Beslan

2 September 2004

1. Various exterior shots of gymnasium at Beslan Number 1 School where hostages were held

2. Russian security forces and crowds in the street near armoured vehicle

2. Soldiers standing in the street, UPSOUND explosion

4. Women sitting outside with blankets around them, holding their heads in their hands

Beslan

3 September 2004

5. Wide shot of school with smoke coming from the building, zoom into people running from building, 6. UPSOUND gunfire

6. Hostages running from the scene, soldiers running

7. Soldiers helping two semi-naked girls away to medical area

8. Wide shot of soldiers and medics tending to injured victims on stretchers

9. Woman being taken away faints and is placed on stretcher

10. Soldier aiming weapon

11. Soldier on the ground, aiming rifle

12. Little girl with bandage on her head being carried from the building and put into a car

13. Tilt up from boy on stretcher to another boy, with bloody legs, being put into ambulance

14. Wide shot of school building, white smoke rising from collapsed roof, UPSOUND gunfire

15. Mid shot of men hosing down fire inside the building

16. Various shots of people crouching near building

17. Men hosing down fire, UPSOUND gunfire

18. Two dead bodies lying on grass, covered by white sheets

19. Woman crying over two dead children

20. Women crying, pan shot of medical staff

21. People looking at lists of names posted outside hospital

( Russian Pool)

Beslan

4 September 2004

22. Various shots of Russian President Vladimir Putin entering hospital room and meeting a woman and a child injured in the Beslan siege.

( APTN)

Vladikavkaz

4 September 2004

23. Women comforting each other at hospital where injured are being treated

( Russian Pool)

Beslan

4 September 2004

24. Bodies of militants lying on ground next to building

25. Bodies of militants

26. Soldiers walking down corridor in school building

27. Man walking into room in wrecked building

28. Various shots of wreckage inside building

29. Soldiers walking down stairs

( APTN)

Beslan

5 September 2004

30. Close shot of bullet-ridden wall with blood

31. Various shots of people walking through damaged hallway

32. Various shots of grieving women, holding handkerchiefs over mouths

33. Woman holds board with collage of dead children, pointing to one

34. Roses placed on a destroyed windowsill, man holding his head in his hands

35. Flowers laid on window ledge, pan to soft toy

36. Woman grieving, candles in foreground

Beslan

6 September 2004

37. Coffins being carried

38. Funeral service

39. Grieving women embrace coffin

40. Flowers being laid on earth on top of grave

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Subjects: Suicide Bombings, School shootings, Children, War and Unrest, Hospital and clinic services, Child and Teen Health, Accidents, Hostage situations, Terrorist bombings, Terrorism, General news, Terrorist bombings, Bombings, School violence, Violent crime, Crime, School violence, Violence, Social issues, Social affairs, School violence, School safety, Education issues, Education issues, Education, Health care facility operation, Health care services, Health care industry, Industries, Business, Accidents and disasters, International incidents
People: Vladimir Putin
Locations: Russia
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Pakistan Soldiers
Title:
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Summary: Islamic militants show off 48 surrendered gov't troops, say freed later
Story No: 542165
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 11/02/2007 01:11 PM
People: Pervez Musharraf, Maulana Fazlullah
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1. Wide of building where paramilitary troops of Frontier Corps held

2. Pan across the soldiers (wearing civilian clothes)

3. Taliban outside building holding weapons

4. Soldiers wearing civilian clothes walking past camera

5. SOUNDBITE: (Pashto) No Name Given, Pakistani Soldier:

"We were not there because of some personal enmity. They are our Muslim brothers. The villagers (referring to local Taliban) told us to surrender to them otherwise they would not forgive us."

6. Pan of soldiers wearing civilian clothes

7. SOUNDBITE: (Pashto) No Name Given, Pakistani Soldier:

"We are nearly 100 soldiers."

8. Two Taliban with their faces covered, holding weapons

9. Taliban outside building holding weapons

10. Over the shoulder of Talib with gun on his arm, at Taliban checkpoint

STORYLINE:

Islamist militants said on Friday they had freed 48 government troops after they surrendered during bloody fighting in northwestern Pakistan, a region increasingly falling under the control of extremists who are challenging Pakistani President General Pervez Musharraf.

The army has been struggling to quell spiralling violence in Swat district, where a cleric is trying to enforce Taliban-style rule, and was pounding rebel fighters with helicopter gunships and mortars on Thursday, reportedly killing up to 70.

But that death toll was exaggerated, according to the militants, who pointed to their own successes on Friday.

The militants, masked and armed with AK-47 assault rifles and long knives, escorted journalists to a two-storey concrete building in the town of Charabagh to show off 48 men they said had surrendered during the fighting.

Most were described as paramilitary troops from the Frontier Corps, and were later freed.

Authorities denied any surrenders on Thursday, and army and government spokesmen were not responding to calls seeking comment on Friday.

Government officials say militants account for most of 180 people killed in fighting around Swat since 2,500 militiamen from the region's paramilitary Frontier Constabulary deployed last week to tackle the followers of cleric Maulana Fazlullah.

The casualty figures are difficult to verify in the volatile, mountainous region.

Fazlullah's spokesman, Sirajuddin, who goes by one name, said the 48 troop captives had been freed and were going to their homes.

He claimed 100 more security forces had surrendered elsewhere in Swat.

Those held in Charabagh said they did not want to fight other Muslims and fellow Pashtun tribesmen.

"We were not there because of some personal enmity. They are our Muslim brothers," one of the soldiers, who did not give his name, told AP Television.

The soldiers told reporters they were collectively resigning from their jobs.

Such surrenders would be deeply embarrassing to Musharraf, whose US-supported strategy to curb militants in the frontier region centres on boosting locally recruited paramilitary forces.

Militants in the South Waziristan tribal region are still holding more than 230 soldiers kidnapped two months ago.

Mohammed Hanif, an aide of Fazlullah, said militants had also captured two foreign men but had yet to decide what to do with them.

He had no details about their nationality or occupation.

Local media reports have suggested they are journalists.

The clashes and a string of suicide bombings have rocked Pakistan in recent weeks, deepening unease ahead of a Supreme Court ruling on the validity of Musharraf's October 6 presidential victory.

There are fears Musharraf could impose a state of emergency or martial law if judges rule against another five-year term for him, jeopardising the country's transition to civilian rule and perhaps worsening instability as the government confronts the Islamist militants.

Musharraf, a key US ally in its fight against terrorism, is under pressure from Washington to crack down on pro-Taliban and al-Qaida fighters near the Afghan border.

Violence in Swat, a rugged region about 130 kilometres (80 miles) northwest of the capital, Islamabad, underlines the expansion of Islamist movements in northwestern Pakistan near the Afghan border, who are challenging Musharraf's control.

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Subjects: Militant groups, War and unrest, Paramilitary groups, General news, Armed forces, Military and defense, Government and politics
People: Pervez Musharraf, Maulana Fazlullah
Organisations: Pakistani armed forces, Pakistan government, Taliban
Locations: Pakistan, South Asia, Asia
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Indonesia Execution 2
Title:
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Summary: WRAP File of bombers ADDS scenes outside prison
Story No: 584776
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 11/08/2008 09:34 PM
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Cilacap - 9 November 2008

++NIGHT SHOTS++

1. Wide of policemen on guard at entrance of sea port, which is the main crossing to Nusakambangan prison island

2. Various of policemen

3. Wide of journalists waiting outside closed gate of port

4. Wide of crowd

5. Wide of closed truck leaving port

6. Cutaway of cameramen

7. Wide of military personnel on guard

8. Various of soldiers

9. Crowd watching

10. Wide of journalists

FILE: Nusakambangan - October 2008

11. Bali bomber Amrozi Nurhasyim speaking to reporters

12. Bali bomber Imam Samudra speaking to reporters

13. Bali bomber Ali Ghufron sitting down

FILE: Bali - October 2002

14. Aerial shot of bombing site

15. Wide of police working at bombing site, examining water puddle

16. Wide of destruction

STORYLINE

Three Islamic militants were executed late on Saturday for helping plan and carry out the 2002 Bali bombings that left 202 people dead, many of them foreign tourists, lawyers and relatives said.

Imam Samudra, Amrozi Nurhasyim, and Ali Ghufron were executed just before midnight several miles (kilometres) from their high security prison on

Nusakambangan island, said one of their attorneys.

Their bodies will be taken by helicopter to their home villages for burial, he said.

A spokesman for the Attorney Generals office confirmed the execution.

The October 12, 2002 attacks - allegedly funded by al-Qaida and carried out by members of the Southeast Asian militant group Jemaah Islamiyah - thrust Indonesia onto the front lines of the so-called "war on terror".

One suicide bomber walked into Paddy's nightclub on a busy Saturday night, setting off a bomb attached to his vest.

Minutes later, a larger car bomb exploded outside the nearby Sari Club.

The victims - most of whom were revellers fleeing the first blast - included 88 Australians, 28 Britons and eight Americans.

Samudra, Nurhasyim and Ghufron confessed to helping plan and carry out the attacks, but never expressed remorse, even taunting relatives of victims at their trial.

They said the bombings were meant to avenge Muslims killed in US-led wars in Afghanistan and elsewhere and publicly expressed hope their own deaths would trigger revenge attacks in the world's most populous Muslim nation.

As a result, the Indonesian capital has been on high alert, with extra police deployed at embassies, shopping malls and offices, but most analysts expect any reaction to be small and limited to demonstrations, bomb hoaxes and shows of solidarity at the mens' funerals.

Though the three Bali bombers said they were happy to die martyrs, their lawyers fought for years to stop their executions, arguing they were convicted retroactively on anti-terrorism laws.

They also opposed death by firing squad.

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Subjects: Bombings, War and unrest, Crime, General news
Locations: Indonesia, Bali, Southeast Asia, Asia
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Iraq Blast
Title:
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Summary: Four killed and 12 wounded in minibus explosion
Story No: 540739
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 10/22/2007 01:28 PM
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1. Wide of US and Iraqi troops at area where blast happened

2. Various of damaged minibus with troops and onlookers gathering around

3. Close of damage to interior of minivan

4. Blood spattered interior of minivan

5. Damaged minibus with policemen standing next to it

6. Blood spot underneath tyre of minibus

7. Police vehicles at site near damaged minibus

8. Wide of Iraqi and US troops and police vehicles at site

9. Wide of blast site and damaged minivan

10. Iraqi troops leaving area

STORYLINE:

A roadside bomb on Monday struck a minibus near Kahramanah Square in Karradah, a predominantly Shiite neighbourhood in central Baghdad, killing four people and wounding 12, police said.

The injured people were taken to a nearby local hospital for treatment.

The blast tore through the minibus, which was ferrying passengers from Karradah to another square in Baghdad.

AP Television News footage showed a damaged white and blue minibus with blood spots in and outside it.

US and Iraqi troops immediately sealed off the area where the blast happened.

Police said three nearby cars and several stores also were damaged in the blast.

Earlier on Monday two bombs exploded within minutes of each other in another Shiite area of Zafaraniyah in southeastern Baghdad, killing three civilians and wounding 11 others, according to police.

And in a separate incident, police also announced that gunmen killed Ahmed al-Mashhadani, an adviser to the leader of the largest Sunni Arab bloc in parliament, Adnan al-Dulaimi.

The adviser was shot to death on Thursday by gunmen in two cars as he left a bus station after dropping off relatives.

Police initially said he was killed on Sunday, but al-Mashhadani's party, the hardline Congress of the People of Iraq, issued a statement saying he was killed on Thursday and his body was handed over by the hospital on Sunday.

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Subjects: War and unrest, Bombings, General news, Government and politics
Organisations: Iraqi armed forces, Iraq government
Locations: Baghdad, Baghdād, Iraq
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Spain Bomb 6
Title:
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Summary: Ground shots, aftermath of blast, FM comments in Brussels
Story No: 441496
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 02/09/2005 01:41 PM
People: Juan Carlos
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Madrid, Spain

1. Pan to damaged building

2. Close up damaged fa�ade with workers clearing up debris from broken windows

3. Investigators taking pictures of evidence

4. Wide shot scene

5. Cordoned building

6. Close up debris on floor

7. Medium broken windows, pans to workers clearing facade

8. Close up workers clearing up broken windows

9. Workers observing scene from balcony

10. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Vox pop, Witness

"The shock wave shook us even though we were inside our office."

11. Close up broken debris hanging out of windows

12. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Vox pop, Witness:

"We didn't know whether it was an earthquake or a bomb. People started to shout 'it's an earthquake' and others 'it's a bomb. the police have been called!' There was terrible confusion."

13. Close up broken windows

14. Wide of scene

15. Police cars

16. Policeman taking notes

17. Evidence being put in police van

18. Clearing up debris

19. Wide of scene

Brussels, Belgium

20. SOUNDBITE: (English) Miguel Angel Moratinos, Spanish foreign minister

"I think the best message is to continue working for the unity of democrats, unity of the international community, and unity of international cooperation. That's the main message we have to give to ETA to any terror attack."

21. Moratinos walks away into restricted area of building

Madrid, Spain

22. Workers clearing up debris fro fa�ade

23. Pull out from workers on crane to wide of scene

STORYLINE

A car bomb exploded near Madrid's convention centre and injured at least 42 people on Wednesday, following a telephone warning from a caller claiming to represent the armed Basque separatist group ETA, officials said.

The bomb exploded shortly after 9:30 a.m. (0830GMT) near Ifema, a large convention centre where King Juan Carlos was scheduled to inaugurate a major art show late on Wednesday.

President Vicente Fox of Mexico was expected to accompany the King at the inauguration.

The Royal Palace said the ceremony would go ahead.

The telephone warning was received by the Basque newspaper Gara, which often serves as a mouthpiece for ETA.

The bomb went off at a spot down the street from the building where the caller had said it would explode, officials said.

The blast was the worst in Spain's capital since the train bombings of last March 11, in which killed 191 people and were claimed by militants who said they acted on behalf of al-Qaida.

Speaking in Brussels, Miguel Angel Moratinos, the Spanish foreign minister, said international unity was the best way to fight terrorism.

Wednesday's explosion occurred outside a building housing the French computer manufacturer Bull.

It sent up a huge plume of white smoke, shattering thick panes of glass in that and others buildings and damaging parked cars.

Forty-two people suffered bruises, cuts from flying glass and damaged eardrums, but a spokesman for the Madrid emergency medical service said no one was seriously hurt.

Early estimates indicated the car bomb contained 20-30 kilograms (44-66 pounds) of explosives, said Spain's Interior Minister Jose Antonio Alonso.

He also acknowledged that ETA still had "operative capability," despite the arrests of more than 200 suspected members over the past two years.

The explosion occurred just hours after another 14 suspected ETA members were arrested across Spain, and a week after Spain's Parliament rejected a plan to give the region autonomy bordering on independence.

The group is blamed for more than 800 deaths since the late 1960s in a campaign of bombings and shootings aimed at creating an independent Basque homeland in land straddling northern Spain and southwest France.

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Subjects: Terrorism, War and Unrest, Building explosions, Ammunition, Crime, Accidents and Disasters, Military affairs, Terrorism, Armed conflicts, Improvised Explosives, Explosions, Bombings, General News, Defense, Improvised Explosives, Weapons production
People: Juan Carlos
Locations: Madrid
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Terrorism Clipreel Vol.2: Part 10
Title:
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Summary: Belgian Consulate And Hotel Farah, Turkey -Taksim Square Blast Scene, Hsbc Building + British Consulate Compound, Russia - Female Suicide Bomber
Story No: X01371
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/09/2003 05:00 AM
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Story No: 401760/401839/401888

Turkey -Taksim Square blast scene, HSBC building + British Consulate compound

Source: APTN

Istanbul, 21 November 2003

1. Various, women being treated for injuries

2. Rubble, zoom into overturned car

3. Smoke billowing from building, pan to man watching

4. Pan across wrecked building

5. People standing around blast victim

6. Victims being carried across rubble

7. Zoom into burning building

8. Close up of HSBC sign

9. Wide shot of HSBC building

10. Various of tall building nearby with broken windows

11. Upper levels of HSBC building

12. Wide of exterior of British Consulate compound

13. Various shots of damage to building

14. Tilt down building to damaged cars and various shots of burned cars and twisted wreckage in Consulate car park

15. Burnt cars

16. Union Jack at half mast

Story No: 403592

Russia - Female suicide bomber

Source: APTN

Moscow, 9 December 2003

1. Police officer

2. Bodies lying outside the National Hotel

3. Mid shot bodies

4. Close up broken glass in hotel window

5. Various of scene

6. Emergency workers

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Subjects: Suicide Bombings, Hotel operators, Building explosions, Terrorist bombings, Terrorism, War and unrest, General news, Terrorist bombings, Bombings, Hospitality and leisure industry, Consumer services, Consumer products and services, Industries, Business, Explosions, Accidents and disasters
Locations: Russia
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