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(23 Feb 2016) IRAQ: TYRE MAN SOURCE: AP HORIZONS, LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY RESTRICTIONS: HORIZONS CLIENTS AND AP LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY CLIENTS ONLY LENGTH: 3:04 AP Television Diwanya province, near Baghdad, Iraq - 17 February, 2016 1. Wide of abandoned tyres being piled in front of a shop called ''Commercial Complex'' 2. Vases and chairs made of old tyres 3. Clock with a frame made of tyre 4. Various tyre-made chairs and small tables 5. Close of small table made of tyre 6. Close up tyre-made vase 7. Various vases and chairs made of tyres 8. Various of worker cutting tyre with knife 9. Close of pile of tyres 10. Various of worker cutting tyre using knife 11. Worker drilling hole into tyre 12. Ahmed Hameed Hamza, tyre repairer moving a t...
AP TELEVISION Baghdad's New Baghdad neighbourhood 1. Wide exterior of furniture shop damaged in blast 2. Mid of damaged furniture beneath damaged ceiling 3. Various of damaged ceiling 4. Wide of shop owners looking at damage, piles of broken glass on the floor 5. Close up of broken glass on floor 6. Mid of damaged machinery surrounded by broken glass 7. Mid of sofa chair covered in broken glass 8. Various of blood stain in street outside furniture shop 9. Wide exterior of damaged building 10. Close up of debris hanging from overhead cable 11. Wide of Young girl with bandaged head standing on balcony 12. Mid of Um Abas, mother of the injured girl, standing on balcony with daughter 13. Wide of Abas and daughter in their apartment 14. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Um Abas, moth...
Near Mosul 1. Various of US military convoy driving along road 2. Various of blood stain by the side of the road 3. Pan from blood stain to tire tracks 4. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Ali Humadi, witness: "The US truck was pulled out of the area something like 10:30 this morning. After that American authorities searched the village and arrested some people." Baghdad 5. Colonel Guy Shields talking to reporters 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Colonel Guy Shields, Coalition Joint Task Force 7 Spokesman: "At this point I would have to say it's just coincidence (rather than payback for the killing of Saddam Hussein's sons). We aggressively patrol across the country every day. Just last week there was a similar attack with the 101st. We've had similar attacks here in Baghdad. It's one of the tactics tha...
(10 Aug 2016) LEAD IN The Iraqi National Museum has been restored following damage caused by the 2003 invasion and the Islamic State group. With help from the US, Italy and Japan national heritage dating back thousands of years is now back on display. STORY-LINE Dating back between 1800-613 BC, artefacts such as these could have been lost forever after Baghdad fell to U.S. military forces in 2003. The Iraqi Museum was exposed to crime such as theft and looting, but now many of these treasures have been retrieved and restored. "Most of its antiquities, ruins and furniture were smashed," explains Deputy Minister of Culture, Qais Hussein Rasheed. "We worked hard along with other friendly countries, mainly the U.S., Italy and Japan, to rehabilitate the museum.'' Iraqi officials freq...
Doe-eyed and adorable Kheer Allah lives with his mother, father, two brothers and sister. Their "home" has no furniture and no modern appliances, except for an old television and radio sitting precariously atop a stack of used tires. There's no meat on this family's table. Home-baked pita bread is the staple in this beyond-poor household. School is out of the question too. Young Kheer Allah must work every day to help his family survive. Boy of Baghdad is the heartbreaking, and very real, story of a remarkable boy forced to grow up much too quickly, in a dangerous world gone mad with politics and fanaticism. One that has sadly ignored its most vulnerable citizens, its children.
Baghdad's Dora neighbourhood 1. Exterior of damaged house 2. Various of damage to houses 3. Hole in roof of house 4. Various of overturned furniture 5. Various of debris in house 6. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Hamid Yassen, eyewitness: ''Three houses were damaged and glass of windows was smashed. And our neighbour was killed in the attack. Q. What caused the blast? A. According to eyewitnesses, it was caused by rocket fired by an aircraft.'' 7. Various of damaged wall STORYLINE: A rocket landed in the residential Dora neighbourhood southern Baghdad on Tuesday evening, damaging three houses and killing one person. By daylight on Wednesday, the full extent of the damage could be seen to the houses . It was unclear who was behind firing the rocket, but residents s...
(3 Nov 2015) LEAD IN: Companies from across the world are exhibiting their products at the Baghdad International Fair. The event is an opportunity to expand business in the Iraqi market. STORY-LINE: Visitors arrive for the Baghdad International Fair. It's an important gateway for companies seeking to expand their business in Iraq. Japan is just one of more than 20 countries which are exhibiting products here. People browse power tools available at the Makita stand. And multinational corporation has brought a range of office equipment for Iraqi customers to view. Outside, car giant Toyota has several of its models on display. Omer al Shamari, project director of the Japanese Pavilion, says his section is huge. "The Japanese pavilion features the best technology in the world; we a...
Baghdad's Palestine Street neighbourhood 1. Low angle shot of side of road where blast occurred with cars driving nearby 2. Close of crater caused by blast 4. Pan of debris scattered along side of road from blast Baghdad's Nahda neighbourhood 5. Sign reading "al-Kindi Teaching Hospital" 6. Civilian car driving into hospital compound with sign above entrance: (Arabic) "Emergency" 7. Injured woman with bandaged head being wheeled to ward Baghdad's al-Shaab neighbourhood (first location raided by joint US-Iraqi troops) 8. Wide of "al-Shurofi Mosque" Mosque 9. Medium of interior of mosque 10. Close of spent bullets on ground inside mosque 11. Various of overturned and damaged furniture inside mosque 12. Pan across mosque with rugs pulled from ground 13. Zoom into people s...
(11 Apr 2003) Al-Doura, 20 kilometres south of Baghdad 1. Various shots of burned-out cars and trucks on highway into Baghdad 2. Various shots of cars riddled with bullet holes 3. Various shots of bodies among wreckage 4. Various shots of destroyed cars and bodies lying in the road Baghdad outskirts 5. Tracking shots of damage to presidential palace buildings Baghdad 6. Various shots of damaged cars in a park in the Al-Zawria district, near the Baghdad zoo 7. Bullet holes in white car 8. Close shot of maggots on seat of car, zoom out 9. SOUNDBITE (English) First Sergeant Eric Olson, US Army 3rd Infantry Division: (reporter question: how's it going, everything alright?) "Well we're doing well, I mean we've got the perimeter secure. It's just with with the suicide attacks, it'...
1. Damaged main entrance with sign reading ''Hotel Palestine'' 2. Various of damage to exterior Palestine Hotel 3. Various of damage interior hotel 4. Employees standing in front of damaged exteriors 5. Various of more extensive damage interior hotel 6. Various people cleaning up debris 7. Damaged and overturned furniture 8. Various exterior of nearby Ishtar Sheraton Hotel 9. People cleaning up entrance of Ishtar Sheraton hotel 10. Wide of main entrance of hotel with inscribed sign reading ''Ishtar'' 11. Various of people sweeping areas in front of the Sheraton 12. Zoom out from damaged windows of the Sheraton to wide of the hotel with cleaners removing debris STORYLINE: Iraqi and U.S. forces refortified a hotel complex where many international journalists live...
Nahda neighbourhood, Baghdad 1. Exterior of al-Kindi Teaching Hospital, where injured and dead from bombing outside the Interior Ministry were taken 2. Sign reading: 'al-Kindi Teaching Hospital' 3. Various of ambulances arriving at hospital 4. Various of injured on trolley being pushed to emergency ward Park al-Sadoun neighbourhood, Central Baghdad 5. Wide of area where blast occurred with young boys gathering around burnt-out, wrecked car, after roadside bomb set civilian car alight 6. Crane lifting burnt-out car 7. Police officer holding shrapnel at the site 8. Close up of officer's hand holding shrapnel Khalis, north of Baghdad 9. Various of burnt out shops after gunmen attack on Sunday 10. Damaged shops with bloodstain on ground 11. Exterior of al-Saqir coffee house...
From kinky furniture to ancient batteries here are rare historic things you won't believe existed! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr #4 The Baghdad Battery In 1938, German archaeologist Wilhelm Konigwhile was on a dig just outside Baghdad in modern day Iraq when he found a five-inch-long clay jar containing a copper cylinder that encased an iron rod. The vessel had clear signs of corrosion. Testing revealed that an acidic agent like vinegar or wine had been inside the cylinder and the rod. The battery-like item has been dated to around 200 B.C., which is known as the Parthian era. The Parthians were a warrior society not noted for scientific achievement. Replicas of the Baghdad batteries can conduct electricity. Some experts think that the early Iraqis were using wine, vine...
Karrada neighbourhood - central Baghdad 1. U.S soldiers and locals at the blast site 2. Various shots of site with soldiers gathering 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Name Unavailable, US army: ''No injuries, one rocket hit. No injuries and minor damage.'' 4. Various shots of damage 5. Damaged car Al-Jamia neighbourhood - western Baghdad 6. Wide shot of the façade of the house with locals gathered outside 7. Various shots of damage at the house 8. Crater with locals gathered at the site 9. Various shots of damaged furniture inside the house 10. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Saad al-Janabi, House Owner: ''While my children and I were sitting at the house, a strong explosion occurred. So I started evacuating my children.'' 11. Damaged car with locals at the site Bab al-Seef ne...
AP Television Baghdad's Palestine Street neighbourhood - 1 March 2007 1. Low angle shot of side of road where blast occurred with cars driving nearby 2. Close of crater caused by blast 3. Pan of debris scattered along side of road from blast Baghdad's Nahda neighbourhood 4. Sign reading "al-Kindi Teaching Hospital" 5. Civilian car driving into hospital compound with sign above entrance: (Arabic) "Emergency" 6. Injured woman with bandaged head being wheeled to ward Baghdad's al-Shaab neighbourhood (first location raided by joint US-Iraqi troops) 7. Wide of "al-Shurofi Mosque" Mosque 8. Close of spent bullets on ground inside mosque 9. Various of overturned and damaged furniture inside mosque 10. Pan across mosque with rugs pulled from ground 11. Pan across books and b...
1. Exterior of Baghdad children's hospital 2. Civilians and medic at makeshift cemetery in the garden of the back of the hospital 3. People digging out body of dead man with their hands 4. Man watching 5. Dead man's head, covered with cloth, is cleared of dirt 6. Various of makeshift graves 7. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Ridah Jumaa, hospital worker "Your brothers, they've been in the fridges, and their bodies started to smell. This would have caused infections to other patients so we found this secure hospital courtyard to bury the dead for the time being." 8. Pan from empty grave to people surrounding another grave 9. Iraqi flight technician surrendering to US marines 10. Iraqi technician talking to marines, is told to be quiet 11. Iraqi technician's face 12. Various of technician ...
SHOTLIST Karada neighbourhood, Baghdad - March 22, 2005 1. A man walking in the yard of the targeted house 2. Wide shot damage to the house 3. Two men chatting while standing on debris 4. Various of damage 5. Various interior shots of overturned and burned out furniture 6. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Abu A'dil, witness: ''Soon after the blast, thick smoke rose, we rushed quickly to the house, we found the bedroom caught fire and furniture engulfed with fire and turned upside down.'' Sagaytoon (40 kilometres west of Kirkuk) - 21 March 2005 7. Wide of blaze 8. Mid shot flames and smoke 9. US soldier watching blaze 10. Various US soldiers and Iraqi police at scene 11. Fire engine arrives 12. Firefighters dousing flames 13. Mid shot firefighters working 14. Fire engines leave...
(29 Oct 2015) LEAD IN: Torrential rain has caused widespread damage to an IDP camp in the south of Baghdad. The storm has flooded tents and damaged furniture and food. STORY-LINE: The aftermath of heavy rains. Children wade through floodwater at an IDP camp in the south of Baghdad. The downpour hit overnight and has caused havoc here. Tents are flooded and people struggle to remove water from their homes. Bags of food have been damaged. The difficult conditions mean some residents long to return home to Fallujah. ''We call upon the government to bring us back to our homes, we want clean houses. We don't ask for anything, only to go back home," says Um Raeed, an IDP. The people living here are Sunni families who fled the Islamic State group. Fallujah is still under the militants...
(17 Aug 2009) Baghdad's al-Jidida neighbourhood 1. Low angle of area where one of the blasts occurred, mosque in background 2. Various of debris by shopfronts 3. Sign reading (Arabic): "Falafal with Amba" 4. Various of lightly damaged shopfronts 5. Broken glass on ground 6. Broken windows 7. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Ala Hussein, Vox pop: ''A bomb exploded yesterday night causing so many casualties.'' SECOND BOMB BLAST LOCATION, Baghdad's al-Jidida neighbourhood 8. Low angle of damaged cafe interior, man picking up debris 9. Various of damaged cafe furniture 10. Pieces of broken wood with bloodstain nearby 11. Various of damage 12. Various of cleaner sweeping debris Baghdad's Karrada neighbourhood 13. Various exteriors of Ibn al-Nafis Teaching Hospital 14. People entering ...
We were cleaning out our trailers in Baghdad getting ready to head back to the states and since the furniture was being thrown away anyways we decided to destroy it