1. Wide interior of UN Security Council as attendees take their seats as UN Security Council calls session to order
2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, Philippines President/ President of UN Security Council:
"Will those in favour of the draft resolution containing document S/2005/577 concerning the prevention of incitement to terrorism please raise their hands."
3. Pan of leaders unanimously raising their hands in favour of the resolution
4. Arroyo calling for vote for second resolution on Africa
5. Pan of world leaders voting for African resolution
6. SOUNBDITE: (English) George Bush, US President:
"We have a solemn obligation to stop terrorism at its early stages. We have a solemn obligation to defend our citizens against terrorism, to attack terrorist networks and deprive them of any safe haven, to promote an ideology of freedom and tolerance that will refute the dark vision of the terrorists."
7. Wide of leaders listening to Bush speak
8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tony Blair, British Prime Minister:
"It (terrorism) will not be defeated until our determination is as complete as theirs, our defence of freedom as absolute as their fanaticism, until our passion for the democratic way is as great as their passion for tyranny. It won't be defeated until we unite not just in condemning the acts of terrorism, which we all do, but in fighting the poisonous propaganda that the root cause of this terrorism somehow lies with us around this table and not with them."
9. Various of council
10. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Hu Jintao, Chinese President:
"We should improve the Council's efficiency so as to respond to threats more effectively. The Security Council needs the capability of rapid response. Moreover, it should address both the symptoms and the root causes of the problem by formulating a comprehensive strategy featuring prevention, peace restoration, peacekeeping and postconflict reconstruction. Coercive measures alone will not solve the problems for good."
11. Wide shot of Arroyo introducing Russian President
12. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Vladimir Putin, Russian President:
"Our common task is to create a truly solid front in the fight against this evil. Any attempts to condone terrorism, to flirt with terrorists, to use them for different political purposes, must be condemned unanimously. Those who advocate terrorism propagate the ideologies of racism and ethnic and religious intolerance. It must be fought not only using the power of the state, but also engaging civil society."
13. Bush and Algerian President seated at Council table
The United Nations Security Council unanimously passed two resolutions on the first day of the world summit on Wednesday, one to prevent the incitement of terrorism and the other to prevent conflict, especially in Africa.
Leaders of the 15 nations were sitting around the council's horseshoe-shaped table, only the third time in the history of the United Nations' most powerful decision-making body that such a meeting has occurred.
The counter-terrorism resolution calls on all governments to adopt laws that prohibit people from inciting anyone to commit terrorist acts - and to deny safe haven to anyone seriously considered to be guilty of such conduct.
Britain had proposed the resolution in the weeks after the July 7 London terror attack that killed 56 people, including the four bombers.
The document also calls on all countries "to counter violent extremist ideologies, including steps to prevent the subversion of educational, cultural, and religious institutions by terrorists and their supporters."
"We have a solemn obligation - we have a solemn obligation to stop terrorism at its early stages," US President George W. Bush told the council.
"We have a solemn obligation to defend our citizens against terrorism, to attack terrorist networks and deprive them of any safe haven, to promote an ideology of freedom and tolerance that will refute the dark vision of the terrorists."
The other resolution, from Algeria, Benin and Tanzania, calls for greater UN efforts to prevent internal crises from spilling over into armed conflicts and to prevent conflicts that have been settled from igniting again.
The resolution puts special focus on Africa, calling for an effective partnership for peace and development between the Security Council and the 53-nation African Union.
It also urges all African states to prohibit unconstitutional changes in government, to promote independent judicial systems, and to bring to justice the perpetrators of war crimes, genocide and crimes against humanity.