1. Wide shot interior World Economic Forum Congress Hall
2. Various of panel for conference "Global Risks 2006: What keeps you up at night?"
3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Robert Mueller, FBI director:
"As Condoleezza Rice may have said before, Hamas has choice to make. A number of people will be looking to see what choices will be made by Hamas in the forthcoming days. But our assumption is that is a terrorist organisation, it is to be treated as such by us until something convinces us otherwise. As we talk about the risks I think each of us proceeds on the assumption that things will get worse rather than better. You have to assume that there will be suicide bombers. You have to assume that even though you have taken off, and by that I mean detained, arrested persons involved in cells in the United States, there are others that you are unaware of."
4. Wide shot panel
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Mohamed ElBaradei, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA):
"Iran needs to be assured that they can use nuclear power for electricity, but the international community needs to be assured that the Iranian programme is exclusively for peaceful purpose. I think the whole issue focuses on enrichment, as I've said before, Iran probably needs to go through a rehabilitation period by which it will accept that it will not engage in enrichment on its own territory while at the same time, make sure that they get what they need for their own peaceful purposes, and that is why the Russian proposal is a very attractive proposal. I was happy today to see Mr Larijani at the National Security Council saying the Russian proposal is a positive one and they are continuing to discuss it."
7. Wide shot conference "Muslim Societies in the Modern World"
"The reality is that Hamas has won. They have been voted by the people, by the Palestinians. The dictates of democracy have been met and why should we deny that? So they have come, we should accept that reality."
10. Mid shot of Musharraf with Thomas Friedman, New York Times journalist
11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hamid Karzai, President of Afghanistan:
"Now that Hamas is voted into office, I would like to tell them that they must have, by the vote that they got, all the courage to treat Israel as a nation, that has an equal right to live as the Palestinians have. And for Israel to treat the Palestinians as a nation and let them live together. We should wish the people of Israel who are also like all of us, families, children, mothers, parents, that it is extremely important for Hamas to recognise and to respect and to move from that point of view (of not recognising the Israeli state)."
12. Wide shot of conference "A new mind-set for the UN"
13. Cutaway of actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kofi Annan, UN Secretary General:
"Whether it is a looming crisis over Iran and its compliance with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, continuing atrocities in Darfur, or the threat of an avian flu pandemic, people all over the world look to the United Nations to play a role in making peace, protecting civilians, improving livelihoods, promoting human rights and upholding international law."
U.S. FBI Director Robert Mueller said on Thursday that Hamas remains a terrorist organisation despite its success in elections.
Speaking at the annual meeting of business and government leaders at the World Economic Forum, Mueller described Hamas as "a terrorist organisation" saying "it is to be treated as such by us until something convinces us otherwise".
But Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf said that the international community had to accept that Hamas had won the election and was entitled to form a government.
"The reality is that Hamas has won. They have been voted by the people, by the Palestinians. The dictates of democracy have been met and why should we deny that?," Musharraf said.
On his part, President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai called Hamas to recognise the state of Israel, within the context two state-solution for the region.
"Now that Hamas is voted into office, I would like to tell them that they must have, by the vote that they got, all the courage to treat Israel as a nation, that has an equal right to live as the Palestinians have. And for Israel to treat the Palestinians as a nation and let them live together," Karzai said.
Suspicions that Iran is trying to develop nuclear weapons was a source of concern at the meeting.
U.N. nuclear chief Mohamed ElBaradei said a Russian offer to move Iran's uranium-enrichment programme to Russia could help find a solution to the standoff.
ElBaradei said he was happy that earlier in the day Iran's top nuclear negotiator, Ali Larijani, described Russia's proposal as "a positive one".
The UN nuclear chief said he was also encouraged that all parties were still talking about a diplomatic solution to meet Western demands for assurances that Iran's nuclear programme is entirely peaceful.
Also addressing the World Economic Forum's annual meeting, UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan said that "people all over the world look to the United Nations to play a role in making peace, protecting civilians, improving livelihoods, promoting human rights and upholding international law."