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Iraq Clipreel Vol.7 (Gulf War 2 Demonstrations and Reactions): Part 1
Title:
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Summary: Pre-war Demonstrations of 15th February 2003 (A)
Story No: X04173
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 02/15/2003 12:00 AM
People: George W. Bush, Richie Havens, Desmond Tutu, Tony Blair
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Pre-war Demonstrations of 15th February 2003

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15.2.03 New York

Crowds of protesters

Effigy of US President George W. Bush with sign saying "no war"

Musician playing on stage (possibly Richie Havens)

Pan huge crowd of protesters

SOUNDBITE: (English) Archbishop Desmond Tutu

"Any war before you have exhausted all possible peaceful means is immoral. And those who want to wage war against Iraq must know it would be an immoral war!"

Protesters wave signs

15.2.03 London

Wide overhead shot of march

People dressed as British Prime Minister Tony Blair and President Bush kissing

Banners in march

Pan from protesters dancing to people playing instruments

Wide shot of march with man dancing on stilts in the foreground

SOUNDBITE: (Portuguese) Flavio Ravara, Human Shield (Brazil)

"As human shields we are carrying out a kind of direct action, a kind of peaceful protest against the war in Iraq, against the expansion and redrawing of the world map by American imperialism and Zionism. So I'm going as a volunteer to Baghdad, to try to stop this genocidal and absurd war."

Protesters dressed as weapons inspectors, with puppet dressed as Bush

Man with mannequin's legs on his head

Pakistani protesters with Banner (Democratic Revolutionary Party)

SOUNDBITE: (English) Mohamed Asiam Tawakli (From Pakistan), leader, Democratic Revolutionary Party

"The whole world is saying no to war, because they are, innocent people are going to get killed just for oil, not for any other reason."

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Subjects: Protests and demonstrations, Government and politics, Political and civil unrest, General news
People: George W. Bush, Richie Havens, Desmond Tutu, Tony Blair
Locations: Iraq, Middle East
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Iraq Clipreel Vol.7 (Gulf War 2 Demonstrations and Reactions): Part 6
Title:
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Summary: Demonstrations During The War (A)
Story No: X04178
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 03/30/2003 12:00 AM
People: Saddam Hussein
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21.3.03 Cairo, Egypt

Wide exterior shot of mosque with security police guarding outside

Mid shot of security police outside

Demonstrators participating in Friday prayers

Wide pan of demonstrators inside Mosque

Close-up of young child holding gun up in the air

Exterior of mosque gates with security police spraying them with water canons

Security police with batons and shields

Various of water canons being sprayed at demonstrators

22.3.03 Gaza City

Long shot of demonstration

Medium shot of demonstration

Long shot of women demonstrating and flags

Various of women demonstrating

Various of women chanting, carrying flags and pictures of Saddam Hussein

Masked women chanting "God is great - and to God we thank"

Close up of women protesters with forefingers raised

Man carried on shoulder leads chant "Please Saddam, hit hard - so the Jews don't sleep. There is no God but only Allah."

30.3.03 Peshawar, Pakistan

Various of demonstration

Close up of placard accusing Bush and Blair of being a dog and a pig respectively.

Wide pan of protest

Various of protest

SOUNDBITE (Urdu) Mulala Fazal-ur-Rahaman

"In the United Nations, France and Russia have vetoed the American resolution. And this is the first time in history the Americans are facing veto".

Coffin bearing US flag being carried through demo

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People: Saddam Hussein
Locations: Egypt, Iraq, Middle East, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
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Iraq Clipreel Vol.7 (Gulf War 2 Demonstrations and Reactions): Part 4
Title:
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Summary: Reactions (A)
Story No: X04176
Source: POOL, VATICAN TV
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 03/16/2003 12:00 AM
People: Jacques Chirac, Pope John Paul II
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10.03.03 Paris

SOUNDBITE: (France) Jacques Chirac, French President:

"I'll tell you what my feeling is. My belief is that tonight this resolution, which carries an ultimatum - and therefore presenting an international slide towards war - does not have a majority of nine votes."

Question: So France doesn't need to use its veto?

Chirac: "Apart from that, which is exactly right, France will naturally have a part to play. There are the nations that are voting no, therefore France, there are those who will abstain and in that case there won't be a majority. So in this case there won't be the problem of a veto."

Question: And if that's not the case?

Chirac: "So, in the second instance, of course people change their minds and according to what I believe are their sentiments at this time and in this case there could easily be a majority of nine or more votes who are for the new resolution - the one which authorities war. In this case France will vote no. But there is a characteristic, that's what one would call the reality of using a veto, that's if one of the members of the Permanent Five, that's the United States, England, Russia, China, France, votes no, even if there is a a majority then the resolution won't be adopted. That's what one would call the right of veto."

Question: What's your main position at the moment?

Chirac: "No matter what the circumstances we will vote 'no', because it considers, at this time, that there is no place for going to war to achieve the objective that we all want at the moment, that is the disarmament of Iraq."

Vatican TV

16.3.03 Vatican

SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Pope John Paul II, Roman Catholic leader:

"The next few days will be decisive for the outcome of the Iraqi crisis. We therefore pray to the Lord so that he inspires all interested parties courage and far-sightedness. Certainly, Baghdad political representatives have the urgent duty to collaborate fully with the international community in order to eliminate any reason for armed intervention."

Crowd

SOUNDBITE (Italian) Pope John Paul II, Roman Catholic leader:

"I have to say I belong to the generation which, thanks to God, survived the Second World War and for this reason I also have the duty to remind all these young people who do not have this experience to tell them, 'Never again war."

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Subjects: Christianity, Roman Catholicism, Executive vetoes, Religion, Social affairs, Legislation, Legislature, Government and politics
People: Jacques Chirac, Pope John Paul II
Organisations: France government
Locations: France, Iraq, Western Europe, Europe, Middle East
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Iraq Clipreel Vol.7 (Gulf War 2 Demonstrations and Reactions): Part 2
Title:
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Summary: Pre-war Demonstrations of 15th February 2003 (B)
Story No: X04174
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 02/15/2003 12:00 AM
People:
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15.2.03 Paris

WS demo

Pan from sign to demonstrator

WS demo

MS Banners

CU Sign - 'Bush - idiocy is hereditary'

VS Marchers

WS Street with marchers

15.2.03 Berlin

Banner in crowd of marchers with a picture of Bush

Banners and marchers

Banner reading 'No war on Iraq'

VS crowds of marchers

Model of peace dove

SOUNDBITE: (German) Vox Pop, anti-war protester

"Yes we are fighting against the war and everyone who can think a bit should be here"

People marching through Brandenburg gate

Various aerials of people gathering at Berlin's victory for rally

10:05:10

15.2.03 Tel Aviv, Israel

WS Demonstrators congregating in square

VS Demonstrators

VS Demonstrators chanting

VS Demonstrators marching down road

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Subjects: Protests and demonstrations, Political and civil unrest, General news
Locations: Iraq, Middle East
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Iraq Clipreel Vol.7 (Gulf War 2 Demonstrations and Reactions): Part 5
Title:
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Summary: Reactions (B)
Story No: X04177
Source: POOL, APTN, UNTV
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 03/20/2003 12:00 AM
People: Gerhard Schroeder, Igor Ivanov, Kofi Annan, Vladimir Putin, Joschka Fischer
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18.3.03 Berlin

SOUNDBITE: (German) Gerhard Schroeder, Chancellor of Germany

"Dear citizens, the world is close to a war. My question was and still is: does the threat coming from the Iraqi dictator justify a war, a war which will kill thousands of children, women and men? My answer was and is: No!"

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18.3.03 Moscow

SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Igor Ivanov, Russian Foreign minister

"The Iraqi crisis has put the world community in a position when the principal choice will have to be made. It is absolutely clear that depending on how the situation will develop in the next days and hours, not only the fate of Iraq will be decided but the future of international relations for the years to come. In fact, no less than the basis of the world's order is at stake in this crisis."

UNTV

20.3.03 New York

SOUNDBITE: (English) Kofi Annan, UN Secretary General:

"Perhaps if we had persevered a little longer Iraq could have been disarmed peacefully, or, if not, the world could have taken action to solve this problem by a collective decision endowing it with greater legitimacy and therefore commanding wider support than is the case now. But let us not dwell on the divisions of the past, let us confront the realities of the present, however harsh, and look for ways to forge stronger unity in the future. My thoughts today are with the Iraqi people who face yet another ordeal."

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17.3.03 Moscow, Russia

SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vladimir Putin, President of Russia:

"You know the position of the Russian government. We stand for resolving the problem exclusively through peaceful means. And our position has not changed. Any other option would be a mistake. It would be fraught with the gravest consequences, it will result in casualties and destabilize the international situation in general."

17.3.03 Paris

Pan from press to Dominique de Villepin, France's Foreign Minister, with Wlodzimievz Cimoszewicz, Poland's Foreign Minister

SOUNDBITE (English) Dominique de Villepin, France's Foreign Minister :

"I think this expression is unfortunate, I don't think that we can compare war to any kind of game. It's not a game, it's clear and I think what is at stake is what do we want for the international community. We have clearly the possibility to go along with inspectors to try to have a peaceful solution for disarmament in Iraq. We have another choice which is war, I believe today there is no majority in the Security Council. There is no nine votes to go along in that path. We've been saying very clearly all a long during these last months, what France would do, President Chirac said it very clearly we'd vote no to a resolution authorizing at the present stage the use of force. We stick to this position we do what we say and we say what we do."

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18.3.03 Brussels, Belgium

SOUNDBITE: (German) Joschka Fischer, German Foreign Minister

"We have our clear position. We want full implementation of resolution 1441 peacefully because there has been big progress. We are deeply concerned that this implementation has now been stopped. We will not participate in any military action. Our Chancellor has underlined that today. We will not support this war."

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Subjects: International relations, Government and politics
People: Gerhard Schroeder, Igor Ivanov, Kofi Annan, Vladimir Putin, Joschka Fischer
Organisations: Russia government, Iraq government, Germany government
Locations: Russia, Moscow, Iraq, France, Germany, Eastern Europe, Europe, Middle East, Western Europe
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Iraq Clipreel Vol.7 (Gulf War 2 Demonstrations and Reactions): Part 7
Title:
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Summary: Demonstrations During The War (B)
Story No: X04179
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 03/30/2003 12:00 AM
People: Saddam Hussein
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30.3.03 Jakarta, Indonesia

High shot thousands of protesters walking down main street in central Jakarta, pulls out

Long shot of flags

Tilt up from children at protest to crowd

Side shot of protesters and security outside U.S. Embassy

Security in front of U.S. Embassy

Various of protesters wearing scarves and bandanas

Protesters marching with portrait of Saddam Hussein

30.3.03 Beijing, China

Wide shot of foreign expatriates marching past guard with policemen

Protesters outside U.S. Ambassador's residence

Elderly Chinese woman unsuccessfully arguing with police to join another protest in the city, no allowed

Mid shot of police and tape with protesters walking away in background

26.3.03 Manila, Philippines

Wide shot of people piercing American flag with arrows then zoom to flag

Close-up of streamer "Imperialism means War" then pan down to effigy of Uncle Sam

Wide shot of American flag burning

Cutaway to police

Pan of protesters setting fire to letters which read "Stop US War"

26.3.03 Beirut, Lebanon

Wideshot of protest

Close-up of chanting

Burning flag burning

Soldiers firing guns over crowds

Various wide of demonstration

Various riot police on duty outside UK embassy

Youths throwing stones

Tear gas cloud

Stone throwing youths hit by water cannon

Wide of demonstrators facing water cannon

Police move towards protesters

Police with batons beating person on ground

Soldiers dragging protesters

Police beat protester

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Subjects: Embassies, Police brutality, International relations, Government and politics, Law and order, General news, Police brutality, Human rights and civil liberties, Social issues, Social affairs, Police brutality, Violence
People: Saddam Hussein
Locations: Indonesia, Jakarta, United States, Iraq, Southeast Asia, Asia, Java, North America, Middle East
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Iraq Clipreel Vol.7 (Gulf War 2 Demonstrations and Reactions): Part 3
Title:
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Summary: Pre-war Demonstrations of 15th February 2003 (C)
Story No: X04175
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 02/15/2003 12:00 AM
People:
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15.2.03 Rome

WS Piazza Venezia full of demonstrators with banners

WS Piazza San Giovanni

WS crowd waving balloons and flags

Bin Laden / Bush banner

CU flag waving

15.2.03 Istanbul, Turkey

VS Kurdish protesters and police clashing

WS Kurdish flags grouped in protest

VS Turkish protesters

VS police running along road

Buses on road

CU Bus with smashed windows

VS Protesters with banners

15.2.03 Madrid, Spain

WS Street, zoom into crowd and fountains

Pan of protesters gathered on streets at dusk

Pull out to WS protesters with anti-war banners

Wide pan of protest

Man wearing Aznar mask trying to light fake missile

Banner and protesters

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Subjects: Protests and demonstrations, Political and civil unrest, General news
Locations: Iraq, Middle East
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