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Iraq Clipreel Vol.3 (1999-2003 Before the War of Liberation): Part 18
Title:
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Summary: UN Sanctions, Iraq FM Denies Involvement In Terror Attacks, Iran Release 179 Iraqi POWs
Story No: X04094
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/21/2002 12:00 AM
People: Saddam Hussein, Osama bin Laden
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16.9.01 Baghdad

[UN Sanctions]

Various of street scenes.

Various of people queuing, receiving monthly rations from ration dealers

Various of sick children receiving treatment in hospitals

Various of children at school drawing plans attacking buildings

19.9.01 Baghdad

[Iraq FM denies involvement in terror attacks]

SOUNDBITE: (English) Naji Sabri Ahmed, Iraqi Foreign Minister:

"I have met this morning with Arab ambassadors and non-Arab ambassadors to tell them our point of view with regard to the explosions which took place in the United States, and to explain to them the content of the two messages sent by President Saddam Hussein to the American people about what happened. And the basic line of these two messages is that Iraq thinks that the United States is in need of a review of its policy towards its own citizens and towards the peoples around the world, so that it can see the wrongs and mistakes which led the United States to such an undesired position. This position of the United States which is, now, not what the people of the United States desire for their own country."

Newspaper with Osama bin Laden picture

21.1.02 Mundhariya, Iraq

[Iran release 179 Iraqi POWs]

Wide of the Mundhariya border point

Various of Iraqi relatives cheering and Military band playing music welcoming the POW's.

Mid shot of Iraqi POW's arriving by buses at the border.

Various of Iraqi POW's getting off the buses.

Mid shot of one POW (crying) been received by his son

SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Amer Al Janabi, Iraqi Prisoner of War (POW) :"I have spend 11 years in captivity and I don't believe I am at home at last, thank God".

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Subjects: Terrorist attacks, Sanctions and embargoes, Prisoners of war, Terrorism, International relations, War and unrest, General news, Foreign policy, Government policy, Government and politics, Foreign policy
People: Saddam Hussein, Osama bin Laden
Organisations: Iran government, United Nations
Locations: Iraq, Baghdad, United States, Iran, Middle East, North America
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Iraq Clipreel Vol.3 (1999-2003 Before the War of Liberation): Part 2
Title:
SD
Summary: Richard Butler, Chief UN Weapons Inspector, Rally Supporting Vote And Denouncing UNSCOM, Saddam Meeting Tariq Aziz, Ali Hassan Al-Majid, Bill Clinton
Story No: X04078
Source: UNTV, APTN, IRAQI TV, POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/19/1999 12:00 AM
People: Tariq Aziz, Ali Hassan Al-Majid, Bill Clinton, Saddam Hussein
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6.1.99 New York

SOUNDBITE: (English) Richard Butler, Chief UN weapons inspector : "We not only have no convincing evidence of these allegations - we have no evidence of any kind we have only rumours - neither the Secretary General not any member of his staff has access to classified US intelligence although UNSCOM has."

APTN

10.1.99 Baghdad

Exterior parliament with people going in

Various interiors of parliament session

SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Khalid Al- Douri Iraqi MP responsible for Foreign Affairs : "The National Assembly holds fully responsible any country participating in British/American aggression against Iraq or has offered facilities, no matter what kind, at the forefront of which comes the Kuwaiti and Saudi regimes. Iraq holds the right to claim compensation for men, materials and moral losses incurred against it as a result of those actions. "

MPs clapping

Portrait of Saddam behind parliamentarians

MPs voting

Back shot of MPs voting

SOUNDBITE: (English) Madufer al-Adhami Iraqi MP, General Director of Iraqi TV : "First of all the sanctions should be lifted and then the issue of UNSCOM will be discussed between Iraq and the United Nations."

Various rally supporting vote and denouncing UNSCOM

11.1.99 Washington

SOUNDBITE: (English) Richard Butler, UNSCOM chief : "I find it very distressing that this sort of propagandist attack upon UNSCOM that has come at this stage, and I'm not referring to any member of the Security Council I'm thinking more of our Iraqi colleagues ... what is transparently a propagandist attack upon the professional competence and fabulous track record of the women and men who have done our job over the years, I think is very seriously wrong and misleading."

Iraqi TV

12.1.99 Iraq

Close-up Saddam, pull-out to wideshot meeting showing Tariq Aziz on his left

APTN

16.1.99 Baghdad

Wide pan of demonstration

Close up crowd chanting

Ali Hassan Al-Majid, cousin of Saddam Hussein waving to crowd

Pool

19.1.99 Washington

Pan of House floor, back view of Bill Clinton speaking

SOUNDBITE: (English) Bill Clinton, United States President : "For nearly a decade, Iraq has defied its obligations to destroy its weapons of terror and the missiles to deliver them. America will continue to contain Saddam -- and we will work for the day when Iraq has a government worthy of its people."

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Subjects: Weapons inspections, Government and politics, Bills, Weapons administration, Military and defense, Legislation, Legislature
People: Tariq Aziz, Ali Hassan Al-Majid, Bill Clinton, Saddam Hussein
Organisations: United Nations
Locations: Iraq, Baghdad, Middle East
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Iraq Clipreel Vol.3 (1999-2003 Before the War of Liberation): Part 21
Title:
SD
Summary: Volunteers' Parade, George W. Bush, Iraqi Authorities Explain Circumstances Around Abu Nidal's Death
Story No: X04097
Source: APTN, IRAQI TV, POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/21/2002 12:00 AM
People: George W. Bush, Saddam Hussein
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8.8.02 Baghdad

[Volunteers' parade]

Various of volunteers marching

Woman carrying white shroud to symbolize that they're prepared to die for their country

Various of parade

Iraqi TV

Mid shot Qusay Saddam Hussein (Saddam's son) taking notes, zoom in to close shot

Wide shot Saddam Hussein seated with his aides beside Iraqi flag

Pool

16.8.02 Texas

President Bush walks out of his ranch

SOUNDBITE: (English) US President George W. Bush

"There should be no doubt in anybody's mind this man is thumbing his nose at the world, that he has gassed his own people, that he is trouble in his neighbourhood, that he desires weapons of mass destruction".

APTN

21.8.02 Baghdad

[Iraqi authorities explain circumstances around Abu Nidal's death]

SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Tahir Jalil Haboush, Head of Iraqi Intelligence,

"A security group has been formed and they went to Nidal's house to inform him that he entered the country illegally and that, according to law, he should go with them for investigation. Initially, he welcomed the idea. He asked for permission to change his clothes. He entered his room, locked the door, and a gun shot was heard. Then it was realized that he had committed suicide by shooting himself in the mouth with a Smith pistol. He was taken to hospital where he remained under intensive care for about eight hours before he died."

Close of inside of Nidal's Yemeni passport with picture

Close up of Iranian visa inside passport

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Subjects: Government and politics, Volunteerism, Social affairs
People: George W. Bush, Saddam Hussein
Locations: Iraq, Baghdad, Middle East
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Iraq Clipreel Vol.3 (1999-2003 Before the War of Liberation): Part 3
Title:
SD
Summary: Wounded Women And Children,Damaged Houses, Baghdad Street As Air Raid Siren Sound, Pilgrims
Story No: X04079
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 03/16/1999 12:00 AM
People:
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25.1.99 Basra, Iraq

Various wounded women and children in hospital

Wide shot site of missile blast

Various damaged houses amid rubble

VOXPOP: (Arabic) Resident of Basra whose house was destroyed in missile blast : (Q - Are there any military sites nearby?) A - "This is a residential area - people live here - everybody gets on with their lives here"

Various damaged goods outside house

Various household goods lying amid rubble

26.1.99 Abu Falous, Iraq

Hole in roof

Pile of rubble tilt up street

People on street with rubble

Shell in street with people looking at it

Close up shell in street

24.2.99 Baghdad

Various of Baghdad street as air raid siren sounds

Anti-aircraft gunfire in sky

16.3.99 Baghdad

Iraq Airways Plane

Pilgrims getting off the bus

SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Wasfia Ahmed, Pilgrim : "What makes us happy is that we are going to Mecca, and secondly we are happy because we are breaking the embargo."

Pilgrims sitting

Pilgrims praying in front of the airplane

Pilgrims climbing the steps of the plane

Pilot giving the V sign from the cockpit

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Locations: Baghdad, Iraq, Middle East
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Iraq Clipreel Vol.3 (1999-2003 Before the War of Liberation): Part 7
Title:
SD
Summary: National Assembly Elections, Iran Releases 500 Iraqi POWs
Story No: X04083
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 04/09/2000 12:00 AM
People: Saddam Hussein
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27.3.00 Baghdad

[National Assembly elections]

Wide Uday Hussein entering Polling station wearing traditional costume

Uday walking towards ballot box

Uday casting vote

SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Uday Saddam Hussein, Parliamentary Candidate : "We will do our best for the prosperity of our great people and whatever is possible in the way of serving the brave men of Iraq and help the loyal and glorious Iraqi Women and we ask God to help us."

Uday walking towards car

Officials emptying ballot box

Officials counting votes

Officials registering votes on blackboard

Close up sign of Uday Saddam Hussein

9.4.00 Munithiriya, Iraq

[Iran releases 500 Iraqi POWs]

Various of Iraqi POWs arriving at border post from Iranian side

Various of ex-POWs crossing onto Iraqi soil

SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Khalid Ali, Ex-Prisoner of war : "I don't know how to express my feelings. I was dead and now I am alive once again."

Ex POWs get on Iraqi bus

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Subjects: Prisoners of war, National elections, Elections, War and unrest, General news, Government and politics
People: Saddam Hussein
Locations: Iraq, Iran, Middle East
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Iraq Clipreel Vol.3 (1999-2003 Before the War of Liberation): Part 31
Title:
SD
Summary: Tony Blair, Militia, Saddam Hussein With Son Qusay
Story No: X04107
Source: APTN, Iraqi Media Network
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 02/04/2003 12:00 AM
People: Izzat Ibrahim, Saddam Hussein, Tony Blair
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31.1.03 Washington

SOUNDBITE (English) Tony Blair, British Prime Minister:

"The original resolution 1441 we made it clear that failure to disarm would lead to serious consequences. So this is a test for the international community, it's not just a test for the United States or for Britain, it's a test for the international community and the judgement has to be at the present time that Saddam Hussein is not co-operating with the inspectors and therefore is in breach of the UN resolution. And that's why time is running out."

APTN

4.2.03 Mosul, Iraq

Wide shot thousands of marching soldiers

Militia marching

Special forces running in parade

Vice Chairman Revolutionary Command Council Izzat Ibrahim saluting

Soldiers dressed up as suicide bombers marching

Soldiers in anti-aircraft trucks with mounted machine guns, waving victory signs

Iraqi TV

4.2.03 Baghdad

Saddam Hussein with son Qusay (seated to his right in tan suit)

Close up Uday Hussein

Saddam smiling and smoking his cigar

Pullout from Uday to Saddam

Qusay with aide

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Subjects: Government and politics
People: Izzat Ibrahim, Saddam Hussein, Tony Blair
Organisations: Iraq government
Locations: Iraq, Middle East
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Iraq Clipreel Vol.3 (1999-2003 Before the War of Liberation): Part 29
Title:
SD
Summary: Saddam Hussein Addresses Civilian Militia Commanders, John Negroponte, Pictures From Site Where Inspectors Say They Found Chemical Warheads, Saddam Hussein, George W Bush
Story No: X04105
Source: Iraqi TV, UNTV, APTN, Iraqi Government Video
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/21/2003 12:00 AM
People: Saddam Hussein, John Negroponte, George W. Bush
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8.1.03 Baghdad

[Saddam Hussein addresses civilian militia commanders]

Mid shot Saddam's son, Qusay Hussein, head of the Republican Guard, sitting with military commanders

Zoom in to Saddam Hussein addressing commanders

Saddam's son Qusay listening

Saddam Hussein speaking (smoking cigar)

Qusay Hussein

UNTV

9.1.03 New York

SOUNDBITE (English) Ambassador John Negroponte, Permanent Representative of the United States to the United Nations:

"On the basis of both our own review and Iraq's declaration and the first few weeks of inspections, there is still no evidence that Iraq has fundamentally changed its approach from one of deceit, to a genuine attempt to be forthcoming in meeting the council's demand that it disarm. The declaration represents a deliberate effort to deceive by material omissions that in our view constitute a further material breech."

Iraqi Government Video

16.01.03 Ukhaydir depot, Iraq

[Pictures from site where inspectors say they found chemical warheads]

Various of weapons inspector cutting steel band off the crates and viewing contents

Close-up pan of warhead still in protective wrapping

Various of inspectors taking a closer look at an artillery shell

UN Inspector screws open the nose cone of the shell and looks inside

Iraqi TV

19.1.03 Baghdad

Top military brass saluting as Saddam Hussein enters

Saddam Hussein sits at head of long table, with son Qusay next to him in civilian suit

Saddam's sons, Uday and Qusay zoom out

APTN

21.1.03 Washington

SOUNDBITE: (English) George W Bush, US President

"He's been told to disarm for eleven long years. He's not disarming. This business about more time - how much time do we need to know that he's not disarming? As I said, this looks like a rerun of a bad movie and I'm not interested in watching it."

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Subjects: Weapons inspections, Weapons administration, Military and defense, Government and politics
People: Saddam Hussein, John Negroponte, George W. Bush
Organisations: Iraq government
Locations: Iraq, Baghdad, Middle East
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Iraq Clipreel Vol.3 (1999-2003 Before the War of Liberation): Part 9
Title:
SD
Summary: Missile Attack, Sanctions
Story No: X04085
Source: APTN, Agency Common
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 06/09/2000 12:00 AM
People:
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13.5.00 Baghdad

[Missile Attack]

Wide shot, people gathered around bomb-damaged houses

Mid shot, same

Pan across damage to building

Pull out from child's toys

Wide shot, photo of attack victim

Close shot, same

Weeping women

Man moving chair in bomb-damaged house

Mourners raising and lowering child's coffin

Wide shot funeral procession

Close-up coffin-bearer

Mid shot funeral procession

SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Uday Al-Ta'ai, Head of Iraqi News Agency : "This crime will enhance the Iraqis rallying behind the leadership. Iraq holds the Iranian regime responsible for this crime that resulted in the deaths of innocent civilians. Iraq assures that this crime will not pass unpunished."

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9.6.00 Washington

[Sanctions]

SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Pickering, US Under Secretary of State : "Nine years later, Iraq has still not complied with these resolutions, and Saddam refuses to declare fully and to destroy his weapons of mass destruction. He has not returned stolen property, accounted for missing prisoners, or stopped repressing his own people. That is why it is critical for sanctions to remain in place. (interrupted by jeering)

Various audience jeering

UPSOUND (English) Member of audience heckling Pickering : "Shame! Shame on you! What kind of human being are you? Israel is bombing Southern Lebanon, not Iraq, Iraq is no threat to the Arab world or to anybody. It is Israel."

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Locations: Middle East, Iraq
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Iraq Clipreel Vol.3 (1999-2003 Before the War of Liberation): Part 33
Title:
SD
Summary: Al Fath missiles inspected at El-Mutasim site, Al-Fath Rockets at military parade Baghdad, George W Bush, Inspectors verify destruction of weapons, Hiro Ueki, UN spokesman
Story No: X04109
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 03/01/2003 12:00 AM
People: George W. Bush
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7.2.03 El Mutasim - 70 km (45 miles) South west Baghdad

[Al Fath missiles inspected at El-Mutasim site]

Reporters looking Al-Fath missiles on racks

Warheads on Al-Fath

Missile tail fin

Pan over missile

Various missiles

File - Baghdad

Al-Fath Rockets at military parade Baghdad

13.2.03 Al-Muthanna Missile and Chemical Facility, 70 kilometres Northwest of Baghdad

Various of barrels of chemicals

Wide of barrels (blue) which contained mustard gas

Wide barrels and canisters where mustard gas was destroyed

18.2.03 Washington

Cutaway of Bush speaking

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

"We are working with our friends, as I said a second resolution (of the UN Security Council) would be useful, we don't need a second resolution. It's clear this guy couldn't even care less about the first resolution. He is in total defiance of 1441, but we want to work with our friend and allies to see if we can get a second resolution, that is what we are doing right now. We are working with our friends and allies right now on how best to get a resolution out of the United Nations. As I say it would be helpful to get one out, but it is not necessary as far as I am concerned."

27.2.03 Al-Aziziya, 100 kilometres (60 miles) Southeast of Baghdad

[Inspectors verify destruction of weapons]

Various of destroyed shells and missiles

Close up of two destroyed artillery shells

Various of missile and ammunition dump

Close up of destroyed shell with Cyrillic script

Various of destroyed missiles and destroyed artillery shells

1.3.03 Baghdad

SOUNDBITE (English) Hiro Ueki, UN spokesman

"The destruction of the proscribed al-Samoud 2 missiles, related components and systems, began at Al-Taji this afternoon. UNMOVIC supervised the destruction work".

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Subjects: Weapons inspections, Weapons administration, Military and defense, Government and politics
People: George W. Bush
Organisations: United Nations
Locations: Baghdad, Iraq, Middle East
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Iraq Clipreel Vol.3 (1999-2003 Before the War of Liberation): Part 13
Title:
SD
Summary: Ancient Arch : Fear Of Collapse, International Sanctions
Story No: X04089
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/15/2001 05:00 AM
People: Saddam Hussein
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11.1.01 Baghdad

[Ancient Arch : Fear of collapse]

Various of the Ancient Arch of the Great Banqueting Hall of Sapor at Ctesiphon

Various of monitor showing map of the level of the underground water

Various of huge cracks in the arch

Wide shot of the Ancient Arch of the Great Banqueting Hall of Sapor at Ctesiphon

15.1.01 Baghdad

[International sanctions]

Various of President Saddam Hussein statue and portrait

Various of market

Various of people queuing to receive their monthly ration

Various at an auction

Various at Baghdad University

Various of hospital in the city

Various of oil refinery

Baghdad at dusk

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People: Saddam Hussein
Locations: Baghdad, Iraq, Middle East
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