1. Mid of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi getting out of car and greeted by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the two shake hands
2. Mid of photographers
3. Merkel and Morsi walking to red carpet for military honours ceremony
4. Wide of ceremony
5. Mid of band playing Egypt's national anthem
6. Mid of Merkel and Morsi at ceremony
7. Wide of ceremony
8. Mid of Morsi and Merkel walking on red carpet
9. Close of cameraman
10. Merkel and Morsi walking into federal chancellery for talks
11. Mid of Germany, Egypt and EU flags waving
12. Mid of Amnesty International activists wearing Nefertiti masks outside federal chancellery, chanting UPSOUND (German) "Morsi, stop police brutality."
13. Pan right of activists with megaphone in front of banner reading (German) "Morsi, stop the violence against protesters."
14. Tilt down protester holding banner
15. Wide of Amnesty International activists chanting UPSOUND (German) "Merkel, no arms exports to Egypt."
16. Mid of Amnesty International spokesman Henning Franzmeier speaking into megaphone
17. SOUNDBITE (English) Henning Franzmeier, Amnesty International spokesman:
"We want to make clear that it is absolutely important for Ms Merkel to address human rights in this situation, to make it clear to President Morsi that human rights are a very important issue for Egypt's future."
18. Mid of protest with federal chancellery in the background
19. SOUNDBITE (German) Dr. Kamal Sido, Society for Threatened People spokesman:
"The main demand is that those responsible for assaults against Coptic Christians will be prosecuted. The situation is very, very bad. Under the Muslim Brotherhood the livelihood of minorities and the entire human rights situation has not improved."
20. Wide of protesters waving Egyptian flags and chanting slogans
21. Pan right from sign reading (English) "You are on Berlin's Tahrir square" to protester Yasmin El-Nahry holding sign reading (German) "Egypt's new pharaoh"
Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi is making a brief visit to Germany amid turmoil at home and mounting concern abroad over the country's direction under the Islamist leader.
Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomed Morsi to her office in the federal chancellery on Wednesday as he started his one-day visit.
The president has shortened the trip, which originally was supposed to take him to France as well, and is expected to fly back to Egypt later in the day.
Dozens of Amnesty International activists and protesters wearing Nefertiti masks gathered outside the federal chancellery to protest against Morsi's visit.
Human rights groups as well as Egyptians living in Germany participated in the protest to denounce the human rights situation in Egypt.
"We want to make clear that it is absolutely important for Ms. Merkel to address human rights in this situation, to make it clear to President Morsi that human rights are a very important issue for Egypt's future," said Amnesty International spokesman Henning Franzmeier.
Members of the human rights group Society for Threatened People expressed their worries about the situation of Coptic Christians in Egypt.
"The main demand is that those responsible for assaults against Coptic Christians will be prosecuted," said Dr. Dr. Kamal Sido of the group. "The situation is very, very bad", he added.
Morsi took power as Egypt's first freely elected leader seven months ago.
He has pushed through an Islamist-backed constitution but hasn't produced a program to salvage a crumbling economy.