1. Wide of students rallying in front of ex-American embassy in downtown Tehran
2. Crowd of students shouting "Death to Israel"
3. Students holding pictures of Ayatollah Khamenei, Iran's supreme leader
4. Wide of demonstration
5. Close up of banner reading Down with USA"
6. Wide of banner, students throwing rubbish at it
7. Various of effigy of Uncle Sam (symbol of United States) with students throwing rubbish towards it
8. Various of effigy of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and British Prime Minister Tony Blair
9. Crowd burning American flag
10. SOUNDBITE: (Farsi) Narges Bakhtiyari, Student
"I want to prove to the world that we still exist; we are from the same generation of those students who took over the American embassy. We want to tell America that we won't let them dominate our country, they should know that nuclear energy is our obvious right."
12. Crowd burning Israeli flag
13. Wide of students waving flags at demonstration
14. Banner with picture of Iranian President Ahmadinejad and slogan reading "Israel must be wiped out of the world"
15. Wide of banner amongst crowd, crowd chanting "Death to Israel"
16. Demonstrator with covered face chanting "We are not afraid of the Security Council"
17. Wide of war veterans from Iran-Iraq war attending demonstration
18. Close shot, chemical victim veteran of Iran-Iraq war
19. SOUNDBITE: (Farsi) Sadeq Safari, Student
"We have come here to say that America cannot do a damn thing!"
20. Banner with picture of US president George Bush reading "Down with USA"
21. Various of students chanting slogans and waving flags
Thousands of Iranians gathered in front of the former US embassy in Tehran on Wednesday to mark the 26th anniversary of it's takeover in the nascent days of the Islamic Republic following the overthrow of the Shah.
More than 10-thousand demonstrators, including Iran-Iraq war veterans and high school students chanted "death to America" and "death to
Israel," in front of the former embassy.
They burned US and Israeli flags and effigies of US President George W. Bush and Israeli Prime Minister Arial Sharon.
The annual ceremony usually draws a large crowd, but emotions were clearly more intense this year.
Anti-Israeli sentiment in the country has been high since hard-line President Mohamoud Ahmadinejad called for last week for Israel to be "wiped off the map".
His comment led to a flood of international criticism.
Demonstrators carried a large picture of Ahmadinejad with the words "Israel must be wiped out of the world" written on it.
Some demonstrators wore a traditional Palestinian headdress, symbolising their support for the resistance against Israel.
The protesters also supported Iran's nuclear programme and asked the government not to give it up.
One demonstrator, a student, said "we are from the same generation of those students who took over the American embassy. We want to tell America that we won't let them dominate our country, they should know that nuclear energy is our obvious right."
Another said "we have come here to say that America cannot do a damn thing".
Since the 1979 Islamic revolution, Iranians have celebrated the Nov. 4 takeover of the embassy by militant students.
The students took 52 American diplomats hostage for 444 days.
The demonstrations began two days earlier this year on account of Eid, the Islamic world's largest festival, marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.
The United States, which has broken off diplomatic relations with Iran since the embassy takeover, suspects Iran's nuclear programme is a front for developing weapons.
Iran has denied that and says it is interested only in generating electricity.