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Emotional meeting between freed Spanish journalists and their families

Emotional meeting between freed Spanish journalists and their families

Javier Espinosa and Ricardo Garcia Vilanova have had an emotional reunion with their families at...
Javier Espinosa and Ricardo Garcia Vilanova have had an emotional reunion with their families at the air base in Torrejon de Ardoz (Madrid).

In the subsequent press conference at the headquarters of the newspaper El Mundo, both said they were grateful for the support received from Spain during its 194 days in captivity in Syria. "We want to thank everyone who made it possible for us to come home," said Javier Espinosa.

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Erdoğan says he ordered Twitter shutdown

Erdoğan says he ordered Twitter shutdown

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, at a campaign event in İstanbul on Sunday,...
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, at a campaign event in İstanbul on Sunday, confirmed that he gave the order to block Twitter in Turkey, contradicting previous information saying the ban was based on a court order.

Twitter was blocked in Turkey on Thursday night after Erdoğan vowed to “root it out,” stirring harsh reactions across the country and around the world and putting the ruling party's reputation in jeopardy ahead of the local elections.

While President Abdullah Gül spoke out against the ban, Erdoğan, in a rally with massed supporters, stood behind his move to block Twitter on the grounds that social media users attack the government, which he apparently fears might affect the party's reputation ahead of the local elections scheduled for March 30.

SHOTLIST TURKEY, ISTANBUL, 23 MAR 2014
VAR of Erdoğan walking on the stage with his spouse
VAR of Erdoğan's remarks
DURATION: 02:51

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Messages of peace and tolerance given by religious scholars in Cyprus

Messages of peace and tolerance given by religious scholars in Cyprus

Religious leaders in Cyprus highlighted the importance of peace and toleration among the...
Religious leaders in Cyprus highlighted the importance of peace and toleration among the religions at a meeting Nicosia.

The meeting, held in residence of Swedish Embassy, was attended by various religious scholars such as Professor Talip Atalay, head of Religious Affairs in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (KKTC), Archbishop Hrisostomos II of the Greek Orthodox Church in Greek Cyprus, Archbishop Dr. Youssef Souif of the Maronite Church, Armenian Archbishop Varoujan Herkelian and Latin Representative Father George Kraj.

A joint declaration was given during the meeting that religious scholars feel themselves responsible for solution of politics difficulties and cooperation of the scholars to solve them is very important. Human rights, fundamental freedoms, and the separate identity and integrity of both communities should be respected, the declaration said. It also added that Cyprus has had a long history in which Christians and Muslims lived, worked and prayed side by side in harmony.

Religion has been one of the biggest victims of the island’s recent history, the statement said, in that for decades now spiritual leaders have been unable to hold meetings, listen to each other and exchange views.

SHOT LIST Thursday, February 27, 2014
SOURCE: CIHAN
Meeting Representatives
Duration: 02: 44

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After decades of civil war Somalians get new identity cards

After decades of civil war Somalians get new identity cards

For over two decades, getting any form of official identification for Somali citizens was done...
For over two decades, getting any form of official identification for Somali citizens was done through the back alleys of the infamous Bakara market, a system known as "Abdallah Shideeye" or the counterfeiter. Without a functioning government and institutions during the two decades of civil war, many Somalis had to acquire fake identity cards and passports to travel as they sought refugee status in neighboring countries.

The country now has a functional government with institutions working at protecting the Somali identity. At this centre in Mogadishu, hundreds of Somalis brave the scorching sun, queuing to get their new national identity cards. Setup up by the regional administration in December last year and with funding from US Aid through the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the center sees traffic of between 200 and 500 people each day.

SHOTLIST: 01 FEBRUARY 2014, MOGADISHU, SOMALIA
Building at Baraka Market Mogadishu
People walking on the streets
People walking
People lining-up at new Nation ID Registration Centre
Man counting prayer bids
Man waiting with prayer bids
Face of man waiting in line İnterior of Centre with people registering for Biometric IDs
People at the booths
Men registering for their ID card Of registration document Mohamed Yusuf, Spokesman of Mogadishu Municipality talking to an attendant at the centre
Computer screen as woman registers
People waiting inside the centre
Woman face
Attendant registering two women İdentity card on computer screen Printed ID card
Traditional elder registering
Woman typing Computer screen with blank ID card
Elder Lahi Hashi taking a picture
Elders ID being processed
Finger-printing process
Computer screen showing finger-printing
People waiting at the centre
Woman waiting to collect her ID card
Attendant working at their booths
Computer screen
Zakaria Aweis holding his new ID card
Hew biometric ID cards Biometric ID cards
Man showing off his new ID card Man holding ID card
SOUNDBITE (English) Mohamed Yusuf, Spokesman of Mogadishu Municipality and Office of the Mayor: "In this country we had what they called "Abdallah Shideeye" for the last 23 years. You can find in Bakara Market whatever ID card you would like to have, everyone could take citizenship before; but now we wanted to reach the digital system in the world that's why we brought the latest technology here."
SOUNDBITE (English) Mohamed Yusuf, Spokesman of Mogadishu Municipality and Office of the Mayor: "So we are not going to start where we were in 1991, but we are going to start... Today the world is digital, that's why we bring the chip Sim-card for the security issue. It is also a very good idea because not everyone can get it and we have the figure prints of whoever takes it in the database as well as every necessary document. That's why we selected the latest version for the national identity card."
SOUNDBITE (Somali)) Ugasa Lahi Hashi, Community Leader: "It has a lot of benefits for me, it verifies who I am and my position in the community and this is written on the ID card. To the rest of the world it's a way of identifying one's nationality and place of birth. With security if something happens with a person, you can get all his details and information from the ID card. So it's very important."
SOUNDBITE (Somali) Samiha Jeilani Kasim, Student: "It took me about a month of moving back and forth, but now I am finally here to sign for my ID card. There was a mistake with the spelling of my name on the ID card; where there was single S, they had put a double S. I came back several times but today, thank God, that I have finished the process. Now I want to get my passport so that I can travel with it."
SOUNDBITE (English) Zakaria Aweis Sayid, Student: It's the first time, because as we know Somalia, we have been at war for 22 years. Now we are going into development, this is part of the development, so I am so happy."
DURATION: 04:19

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Bad weather harms Galician fishermen

Bad weather harms Galician fishermen

Fishermen in Galicia fear suffering heavy financial losses caused by the bad weather that started...
Fishermen in Galicia fear suffering heavy financial losses caused by the bad weather that started at the beginning of the European winter.

Due to the strong winds and rough seas, the fishermen can't work as they would normally do.

In addition, the heavy swells have severely damaged the shellfish catches as well as sardines and mackerel.

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President Gül receives Turkey-EU delegation

President Gül receives Turkey-EU delegation

President Abdullah Gül received a delegation of the Turkey-European Union Joint Advisory...
President Abdullah Gül received a delegation of the Turkey-European Union Joint Advisory Committee at the Çankaya Presidential Palace. Accompanying the delegation were TOBB Chairman Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu; TESK Chairman Bendevi Palandöken; TÜRK-İŞ Chairman Ergün Atalay; HAK-İŞ Chairman Mahmut Arslan; Memur-Sen Chairman Ahmet Gündoğdu; Kamu-Sen Chairman İsmail Koncuk; TOBB Head of Foreign Relations Department Mustafa Bayburtlu. The members of the delegation reiterated that the efforts toward Turkey’s membership in the EU should continue.

SHOTLIST TURKEY, ANKARA,
04 FEB 2014
VAR of President welcoming committee members
VAR of the meeting
DURATION: 00:49

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Nearly 200 evacuated from Pyrenees due to avalanche risk

Nearly 200 evacuated from Pyrenees due to avalanche risk

The access road to the valley of Benasque was completely buried by snow after an avalanche...
The access road to the valley of Benasque was completely buried by snow after an avalanche Saturday morning. In Plains Hospital there were still 78 people cut off. From 8 in the morning, operators were already removing nearly 500 meters accumulated snow. Snow also forced the closure of the border crossings at Bielsa and Portalet.

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Syrian FM stands up for Assad during Geneva II

Syrian FM stands up for Assad during Geneva II

Walid al-Moallem, Syria's Foreign Minister has reacted to a comment made by US Secretary of State...
Walid al-Moallem, Syria's Foreign Minister has reacted to a comment made by US Secretary of State John Kerry on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad during the Geneve II conference and portrayed a negative picture at the beginning of the conference.

During his speech, Kerry said that President Assad could have no place in a transitional government. "We see only one option, negotiating a transition government born by mutual consent," Mr Kerry said. "That means that Assad will not be part of that transition government. There is no way, no way possible, that a man who has led a brutal response to his own people can regain legitimacy to govern."

Speaking after Kerry, Moallem said no one outside Syria has the right to remove president. The minister also accused opposition fighters of being traitors and agents of its enemy Israel, as bitter accusations from both sides, which marred the conference aimed at the end ongoing Syiran war.

Moallem spoke for more than half an hour, far more than the seven minutes the opening speakers were allotted. While speaking, Ban urged Mr. Moallem to summarize his speech and to avoid his incendiary attacks. However the minister responded Ban defiantly to continue.

SHOT LIST Wednesday, January 22, 2014
SOURCE: CIHAN
Moallim speaks
Kerry listens
Ban intervenes
Moallim defiant
Participants


Duration:04: 12

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Firefighters protest against the Government cuts

Firefighters protest against the Government cuts

Firefighters in Catalan have protested against Government cutbacks. The Catalan government has...
Firefighters in Catalan have protested against Government cutbacks. The Catalan government has no plans to call new jobs by 2020. Firefighters say that this situation may jeopardize public safety.

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Mancini comments on Turkish football

Mancini comments on Turkish football

Galatasaray coach Roberto Mancini commented on Turkish football during a meeting held by the...
Galatasaray coach Roberto Mancini commented on Turkish football during a meeting held by the Turkish Sports Writers Association (TSYD). “Turkey is a country which is open to developments and has many opportunities. Firstly, there are some deficiencies in stadiums and infrastructures. I can also add that surface of some fields are not enough well. Turkish football is not followed in Europe. Turkish league is not broadcasted in Europe,” said Italian coach.

After the meeting, Mancini responded questions directed by the reporters. He told there is not any difference today and 20 years before in football. “I prefer to be silent and get a well communication with the footballers,” stated Mancini.

Mancini also said Semih Kaya is his favorite Turkish player and the matches Galatasaray played with Manchester City and Queens Park his favorite games.

SHOT LIST Friday, January 10, 2014
SOURCE: CIHAN
-Mancini’s speech
-Interpreter translates speech
-Mancini presented placket

DURATION: 04:40

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Rescue of a couple in Galicia who were swept out by a wave

Rescue of a couple in Galicia who were swept out by a wave

The couple walked around the pier with their daughters. Attracted by the strong waves they wanted...
The couple walked around the pier with their daughters. Attracted by the strong waves they wanted to enjoy a closer look, even dodging the fence that blocked their way. Suddenly, a wave dragged the woman and her husband into the sea.

Luckily Maximino, a retired fisherman who was on his boat, heard the cries and rescued them. The problem, residents say, is that many people are not afraid of the waves.

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German tourists receive electric shock from train carriage

German tourists receive electric shock from train carriage

Five German tourists were injured as they were shocked by electricity on top of a train when they...
Five German tourists were injured as they were shocked by electricity on top of a train when they were taking some photos of Istanbul’s Haydarpaşa Central Railway Station. Injured Tourist were taken to nearby hospitals and taken under medical treatment.

SHOT LIST
Carriage at the scene
Injured tourist in the ambulance
Injured tourist on top of the carriage
Injured tourist is being downloaded
Moving of ambulance

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Travellers preview the Málaga Metro

Travellers preview the Málaga Metro

Seven thousand travellers have tested the new free metro due to open in Malaga in April. From 11...
Seven thousand travellers have tested the new free metro due to open in Malaga in April. From 11 in the morning until eight in the evening, the suburban Sun Coast has welcomed its first passengers. About 7,000 people tested it in total.

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France makes 21 arrests in new horsemeat scandal

France makes 21 arrests in new horsemeat scandal

French police made 21 arrests Monday as part of an investigation into claims that meat from...
French police made 21 arrests Monday as part of an investigation into claims that meat from horses used to produce anti-rabies and other serums got into the food chain. The arrests were made at various locations in the south of France following a tip-off that hundreds of horses, including some that had been owned by pharmaceutical giant Sanofi, were sold to abattoirs after their veterinary papers were falsified, a police source told AFP.

SHOTLIST DATE: DEC 16, 2013
LOCATION: NARBONNE, FRANCE
SOURCE: AFPTV IMAGES (01:45)
- VAR police raid on butcher's shop
- VAR horse meat
- VAR slaughterhouse
DURATION: 01:54

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Five senior officials dismissed by Tax Office director

Five senior officials dismissed by Tax Office director

What is happening in the Tax Office? Some talk of a purge. The government denies it, but the...
What is happening in the Tax Office? Some talk of a purge. The government denies it, but the opposition demands explanations. "It's part of a normal restructuring due to a relay team in the change in the direction of the institution," said the Deputy Prime Minister Soraya Saenz de Santamaria. The resignations and dismissals in the body that fights against fiscal fraud have been constant for weeks. Latest this afternoon: five senior officials dismissed by the Director of the Agency. In total 29 since June.

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