1. Wide shot Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz walking into briefing
2. Wide shot audience
3. Aziz walking up to podium
4. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Tariq Aziz, Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister:
"America is still pushing for war and is preparing it's military and media in order to wage a ware against Iraq."
5. Wide shot podium
6. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Tariq Aziz, Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister:
"Is it possible that America, all this military might for aggression against Iraq, targets only Iraq and only changing the ruling regime in Iraq? This is a strategic mass for a war which targets, at this stage, the whole Arab World."
7. Aziz leaving podium
Abu Ghraib, northwest of Baghdad
8. United Nations convoy entering children's milk factory
9. Wide shot factory sign
10. Various inspectors at factory
11. Mid shot UN convoy leaving factory
12. Various interiors of factory
13. Wide shot Youssef Nouri Taher, technical director of the milk factory speaking to journalists
14. SOUNDBITE (English) Youssef Nouri Taher, technical director of the milk factory:
"They asked about the process and the raw materials that are used for production and the type and the names of the chemicals that are used in the laboratory to check the composition of the milk and the biological testing for the milk."
Taji region, 20 kilometres north of Baghdad
15. Various UN convoy entering Al-Betar biological and chemical centre
16. Wide shot exterior centre
17. Mid shot inspectors wearing chemical suits walking into centre
18. Mid shot workers inside centre
19. Various of interior of centre
20. Close up UNSCOM tag
21. Mid shot workers inside centre
22. Various shots of workers mixing white material
22. UN inspectors' spokesman Hiro Ueki at news briefing
23. SOUNDBITE (English) Hiro Ueki, UN weapons inspectors' spokesman:
"As I have been emphasising over and over again, when our inspectors go out on inspections they ask a lot of questions, of those who are responsible for the management of the facilities. Our inspectors have an extensive knowledge of those sites, of the people involved so whenever they have an opportunity they do ask a lot of questions about personnel and equipment. But as far as those private interviews are concerned all I can say is preparations are
underway, we are looking at various modalities, particularly for those who might wish to leave this country."
Kirkuk, Northern Iraq
24. Wide shot of religious conference
25. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Talal Mohammed, head of the Islamic conference:
"The Americans have made up their mind to occupy Muslim land and invade Iraq, and steal Iraq's treasures. All Muslims are obliged to stand ready to fight the invaders for this has become a religious duty."
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister on Monday accused America of wanting to attack Iraq in a bid to wage war on the entire Arab world.
Tariq Aziz claimed that the United States were preparing its military and media to wage war against Iraq but that the US agenda targeted all of the Gulf region.
Meanwhile UN inspectors on Monday visited what Iraq claims is a rebuilt baby milk factory, bombed by US-led forces
during the Gulf War because it allegedly housed a biological weapons plant.
The milk factory director, Youssef Nouri Taher, said on Monday that inspectors had asked about raw materials and the production process.
Iraqi officials said UNSCOM weapons inspectors, the predecessors of the current group, sealed machinery in the plant in the mid 1990s. The officials said the plant is not now producing milk but would be able to if the machinery was unsealed.
A second weapons inspection team visited the Al-Betar biological and chemical centre in the Taji region, 20kilometres (12 miles) north of Baghdad.
The inspectors, wearing chemical suits, toured the factory and took samples before leaving.
In the Iraqi capital a spokesman for the UN inspectors, Hiro Ueki, said that the inspectors were questioning senior employees at the sites they were visiting.
He added that the UN team were continuing preparations for conducting private interviews with Iraqi scientists but he declined to give further details.
At a religious summit in Kirkuk, northern Iraq, Islamic leaders called on Muslims to fight US-led forces if they invade the country.