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Families of Maspero's victims
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
10 Oct 2012

On the first anniversary of the Maspero massacre, the relatives of the victims who were either shot or crushed to death by Armored Personnel Carriers, are still waiting for justice after a year of legal proceedings stemming from two cases, one of which witnessed the victims’ lawyers withdraw from the case and the other which saw protesters being put on trial.

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Veiled Woman Bearing Flowers
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
10 Oct 2012

On the first anniversary of the Maspero massacre, the relatives of the victims who were either shot or crushed to death by Armored Personnel Carriers, are still waiting for justice after a year of legal proceedings stemming from two cases, one of which witnessed the victims’ lawyers withdraw from the case and the other which saw protesters being put on trial.

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Parade on the first anniversary of th...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
10 Oct 2012

On the first anniversary of the Maspero massacre, the relatives of the victims who were either shot or crushed to death by Armored Personnel Carriers, are still waiting for justice after a year of legal proceedings stemming from two cases, one of which witnessed the victims’ lawyers withdraw from the case and the other which saw protesters being put on trial.

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Girls In The Maspero Anniversary March
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
10 Oct 2012

On the first anniversary of the Maspero massacre, the relatives of the victims who were either shot or crushed to death by Armored Personnel Carriers, are still waiting for justice after a year of legal proceedings stemming from two cases, one of which witnessed the victims’ lawyers withdraw from the case and the other which saw protesters being put on trial.

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Egyptians To Be Executed For Killing ...
Ismailia Criminal Court, Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
24 Sep 2012

On Thursday, October 11, Ismailia Criminal Court sentenced and referred the papers of 19 convicts to Egypt’s Mufti to get his opinion on their execution for killing a young man inside a mosque while he was praying during Ramadan in 2010.
Two the convicts were present inside the dock while the other 17 were sentenced in absentia.
The execution verdict will finally be pronounced on November 10 after the Mufti’s approval.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) Judge Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Sabeely:
“The court decided with consensus of its members to refer the convicts’ papers to the Mufti of Egypt to provide the Islamic legal opinion on the case and set the session of November 10 to review the case. The session is adjourned.”

The first convict explained that they did it in revenge for his brother who had been killed by the victim’s cousin.
The investigations confirmed that the victim, a 24-year-old young man, was repeatedly stabbed in the head, the back and the stomach, and the convicts professed committing the crime and reenacted it before the prosecution.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: September 24, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: September 24, 2012
Length: 0:01:21
Video Size: 66.9 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Wide shot of Ismailia Criminal Court
2. Various shots of the court session
3. Various shots of the convicts inside the dock during the court session
4. Various shots of the judges and attendees
5. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) Judge Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Sabeely:
“The court decided with consensus of its members to refer the convicts’ papers to the Mufti of Egypt to provide the Islamic legal opinion on the case and set the session of November 10 to review the case. The session is adjourned.”
6. Various shots of the convicts reenacting the crime before the prosecution inside the mosque

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THE BLIND SHEIKH; 14 SENTENCED IN SIN...
Middle East
By Editor's Picks
24 Sep 2012

On Monday, September 24, Ismailia Criminal Court sentenced 14 members of a militant group with the death penalty for attacking a police station in the city of Al-Arish, North Sinai, last year and killing several army and police officers.

With Egyptian President Morsi's visit to New York for UN General Assembly meetings, the family of the blind Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman appealed to him to seek the release of the Sheikh, who is imprisoned in the US having been convicted of seditious conspiracy in the World Trade Center Bombing in 1993.

With massive destruction in the city of Aleppo apparent on this street behind Dar Al Shifa hospital, along with a lack of employees due to the ongoing crisis, garbage accumulates threatening the spread of contagious diseases.

The American University of Cairo raised tuition prices by 7%, increasing the cost of education to nearly $25,000 and leading students to stage an ongoing strike that forced the administration to suspend all classes until further notice.

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Guatemala: Rescuing the memory
Guatemala
By carloscastro
30 Jul 2012

After its war, Guatemala had two Truth Commissions, one driven by the UN and the other by the Church. Both reports agree that the State is responsible for the majority of crimes committed during the conflict. They further point out that the State committed acts of genocide against the Mayan population. There were over 600 massacres like the one occurred on the community of Plan de Sánchez, that each year commemorates the crime. Even today, after 16 years, Guatemala fights a permanent battle both against oblivion and for justice. Institutions such as the Guatemalan National Police Historical Archive, the Centre for Human Rights Legal Action or the Forensic Anthropology Foundation work -without the support of the State-, to repair victims still seeking a clue, those responsible for the disappearance of a family member or justice.

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Protestors at the 07/07/12 social jus...
Tel Aviv, Israel
By Ms_R
08 Jul 2012

Protestors watch on the sidelines as others shout outside one of the many Israeli government buildings in Tel Aviv.

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Protestors outside Tel Aviv Stock Exc...
Tel Aviv, Israel
By Ms_R
08 Jul 2012

Protestors dance around one protestor holding a sign meant to symbolise the Israeli government ombudsman. The signs were later symbolically burnt.

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Protestors gather outside Tel Aviv st...
Tel Aviv, Israel
By Ms_R
08 Jul 2012

A protestor shouts into a microphone outside the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, part of the J14 protests

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Cairo Criminal Court Acquits 14 Polic...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
18 May 2012

Cairo, Egypt | May 17, 2012

On Thursday, May 17, Cairo’s criminal court acquitted fourteen policemen accused of killing two protesters outside of police stations on January, 28, 2011, a day referred to as “Friday of Anger,” which was one of the most violent days of the 18-day popular uprising that toppled Egypt's former regime.

Family members of the victims gathered at the court, screaming, weeping and shouting against the authorities after hearing the verdict. They accused the authorities of failing to uphold the rights of the dead, vowing to do it on their own.

Lawyers of the defendants based their arguments on the lack of evidence, and investigation on the part of the prosecution.

Some activists see the verdict as part of a series of acquittals of those who faced charges for the killing of hundreds of people during the revolution.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: May 17, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: May 17, 2012
Length: 0:01:06
Video Size: 55.1 MB
Language:
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Various external shots outside the Cairo Criminal Court
2. Various shots of families of the victims screaming, shouting, and weeping after hearing the court verdict
3. Close up shot of a poster of a young man, one of the victims, carried by one of his family members
4. Various shots of father of one of the victims weeping and laying on the floor inside the court
5. Various shots of security men inside the court
6. Various shots of the intense presence of security outside the court
7. Pan right, mother of one of the victims weeping and screaming while leaving the court

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Trial of Dozens Accused in Port Said ...
Port Said, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
17 Apr 2012

Cairo, Egypt | April 17, 2012

Amid tight security measures and crowds of protestors, and family members of victims, Port Said Criminal Court, held at the Police Academy in Cairo, adjourned the trial of some 70 men accused in connection with the killing of at least 74 Al-Ahly fans in Port Said was adjourned until May 5 when the court will hear the testimonies of witnesses.

The trial will resume for five consecutive days until May 9, during which time witnesses will give their testimonies, beginning with forensic physicians on day one.

Hundreds of Al-Ahly fans protested outside the court with dances and drumbeats, raising Al-Ahly flags and posters of victims, and demanding retaliation for the riot victims.

Lawyers as well as the family members of the victims seemed relatively satisfied with the course of the trial.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Saleh Farag, father of a victim of the Port Said soccer riot violence:
"The case is going well, praise be to Allah. The course of the case will be very well and we're satisfied with all that happened in the session. The defendants' lawyers of course wanted to prove them not guilty, demanded their release and demanded the trial to be moved to Port Said. They demanded many things. The judge didn’t listen to all of that and decided the trial to be adjourned to May 5." Among the defendants are nine police officers and several officials of Port Said Stadium.
Some of Al-Ahly ultras believe the tragedy was a conspiracy by the police and the ruling military for political reasons while others believe it was all by Port Said fans.
The bloody riots took place on February 1, after a soccer game between Cairo's Al-Ahly and Port Said's Al-Masry in the coastal city of Port Said, where thousands of allegedly riotous fans stormed into the field after the game causing chaos and bloody confrontations, leaving 74 dead and hundreds wounded.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: March 25, 2012 [and archive]
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: March 25, 2012
Length: 0:02:24
Video Size: 119 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS
SHOTLIST:
1- Various shots of crowds of people outside the Police Academy, where the court session is held
2- Various shots of security men outside the court
3- Various shots of a large number of security men outside the court sitting in front of four army armored vehicles
4- Medium shot, a man sitting on the ground with a small wooden model of a grave with a flag of Egypt and flowers, written on "the grave of martyrs"
5- Wide shot outside the court with crowds of people and ambulances
6- Various shots of Al-Ahly fans protesting with a jumping dance and drum beats shouting "new revolution", "rights of martyrs" etc, rising flags of Al-Ahly and other soccer clubs
7- Various shots outside the court
8- Various shots of the gate of the Police Academy, where the court session is held, with security men outside
9- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Saleh Farag, father of one of the victims of Port Said soccer riot violence:
"The case is going well, praise be to Allah. The course of the case will be very well and we're satisfied with all that happened in the session. The defendants' lawyers of course wanted to prove them not guilty, demanded their release and demanded the trial to be moved to Port Said. They demanded many things. The judge didn’t listen to all of that and decided the trial to be adjourned to May 5." 10- Various shots of police and security men outside the court
11- Medium shot, two army armored vehicles with two a soldier and a flag of Egypt on top of each
12- Various shots of the soccer riot tragedy at Port Said Stadium (archive, Feb 1)
13- Tilt down, the main gate of Al-Masry Stadium at Port Said, where the riots took place, with crowds outside the stadium (archive)
14- Various shots of the aftermath of the riots at the stadium seats with blood spots on the seats and the ground (archive)
15- Various shots of many pairs of shoes at stadium exit where the tragedy took place (archive)

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Al-Ahly Ultras Sit-in Continues for 9...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
02 Apr 2012

Cairo, Egypt | April 2, 2012

Hundreds of fans of Al-Ahly football team continued their sit-in for the ninth day on Monday, April 2, at one of the streets leading to the parliament headquarters in Cairo, demanding retaliation for the victims of the recent soccer riots in Port Said that killed at least 74 and wounded hundreds.

Protestors set up dozens of tents in the street, stressing that their sit-in is going on until they get the rights of Al-Ahly fans who were killed in Port Said.

The ultras of Al-Ahly hold the Interior Ministry responsible for the violence, warning officials, whom they believe to be ignoring their demands, of escalation of the issue.

The sit-in started March 25 after a massive march of Al-Ahly fans demanding retaliation for the victims.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: April 2, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: April 2, 2012
Length: 0:01:16
Video Size: 63.3 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1- Various shots of passersby at a street with dozens of tens of Al-Ahly ultras sit-in
2- Various shots of the protestors around their tents
3- Long shot, a large cloth board in the street with faces of soccer riot victims drawn on it
4- Various shots of posters of soccer riot victims on the walls of the street with protesters' tents in the background
5- Various shots of some of Al-Ahly ultras eating inside their tents
6- Various shots of protestors cleaning the place around their tents
7- Close shots of "Entry" and "Exit" signs made by the protestors
8- Various shots inside the tents
9- Various shots of the tents in the street

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Trial of Iron Tycoon Ahmed Ezz for Mo...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
01 Apr 2012

Cairo, Egypt | April 1, 2012

Cairo Criminal Court adjourned on Sunday, April 1, the trial of iron tycoon and leader of the dismantled ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) Ahmed Ezz for money laundering of EGP 6 billion and 429 million (about USD 1.065 billion) to May 6.
[1 USD = 6.03800 EGP]

The delay was due to the absence of Ezz's lawyer Farid al-Deeb, who is also the lawyer of ousted president Hosni Mubarak, as he reportedly suffered angina and travelled to France for treatment.
Unprecedentedly, power went out and the judge ordered Ezz to come out of the dock to be seen. Some allege the power was deliberately cut by the security men to prevent photographers and cameramen from shooting.

In previous trials, the prosecution said Ezz profiteered from his position as CEO of Al-Dikhila steel factory, in which the state is a main shareholder, from 2001 to 2011.

In September 2011, Ezz was sent to ten years in prison for financial corruption.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: April 1, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: April 1, 2012
Length: 0:01:21
Video Size: 67.3 MB
Language:
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Various external shots of Cairo Criminal Court
2. Various shots of the court session
3. Various shots of Ezz coming out of the dock to stand before the judge
4. Various shots of the trial session and Ezz answering the judge
5. Various shots of Ezz before the judge

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Egypt Court Adjourned Ruling on Legit...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
28 Mar 2012

Cairo, Egypt | March 27, 2012

Cairo Administrative Court adjourned on Tuesday, March 27, the verdict on the case against the legitimacy of the newly elected 100-member constitution-writing panel to April 10, after lawsuits were filed by several legal experts, political activists and public figures.

The claimants argue that domination of Islamists of the constituent panel that will draft Egypt’s new constitution will result in a religious state rather than a civil one, rejecting the criteria on which the panel formation was based.

The session was closed to the media. Meanwhile, hundreds of liberal and secularist protestors gathered outside the court raising signs and shouting statements against Islamists' representation by 50 parliamentarians in the constitution-writing committee.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Kahled Ali, presidential candidate:
"Today, we're going to draft a constitution identifying all the country's authorities including the executive authority. Is it permissible that the executive authority get 50 members inside the committee that will specify its authorities? Who would guarantee that this authority would not overpower all other authorities?"

The protesters outside the court, including liberal, secular, leftist activists and lawyers, called for a constitution panel of non-parliamentarians that represents all factions of society.

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Protestor (man):
"My message and the message of everyone keen on the best interest of this country to the Egyptian people is that they should not let anyone control them. The former ruling National Democratic Party showed us 30 years of oppression and corruption. The Islamic current is following the same way just like a train. We hope that Egyptians do not give up their votes to anyone. Those whom they elected in the parliament unfortunately left their duties, which are legislation and supervision, and now they want to write the constitution to dominate and control the country."

SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Protestor (woman):
"I am here today to say that the constitution of Egypt should only express the Egyptian revolution. It is inappropriate that a certain faction will dominate writing and tailoring the constitution to suit their own size."

Islamists have ascended the political centre stage in Egypt since the popular uprising toppled longtime president Hosni Mubarak last year, dominating the upper and lower houses of parliament.

The first meeting of the newly formed panel will be held on Wednesday, March 28, at the Parliament headquarters in Cairo.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: March 27, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: March 27, 2012
Length: 0:02:52
Video Size: 142 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1- Various shots of the State Council in Cairo, where the Administrative Court session is held
2- Various shots of hundreds of protestors raising signs reading "Yes for a constitution expressing all Egyptians", etc
3- Various shots of the protestors
4- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Kahled Ali, presidential candidate:
"Today, we're going to draft a constitution identifying all the country's authorities including the executive authority. Is it permissible that the executive authority get 50 members inside the committee that will specify its authorities? Who would guarantee that this authority would not overpower all other authorities?" 5- Various shots of the protest outside the State Council headquarters with men and women raising signs and shouting statements against Islamists' domination of the constitution-writing panel
6- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Protestor (man):
"My message and the message of everyone keen on the best interest of this country to the Egyptian people is that they should not let anyone control them. The former ruling National Democratic Party showed us 30 years of oppression and corruption. The Islamic current is following the same way just like a train. We hope that Egyptians do not give up their votes to anyone. Those whom they elected in the parliament unfortunately left their duties, which are legislation and supervision, and now they want to write the constitution to dominate and control the country." 7- SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Protestor (woman):
"I am here today to say that the constitution of Egypt should only express the Egyptian revolution. It is inappropriate that a certain faction will dominate writing and tailoring the constitution to suit their own size." 8- Various shots of the protestors
9- Zoom out, hundreds of protestors outside the State Council headquarters in Cairo

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Egypt Interior Minister Honors Police...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
25 Mar 2012

Cairo, Egypt | March 25, 2012

Egypt's Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim handed medals and appreciation certificates to 85 families of 2011 police who have died in a ceremony held on Sunday, March 25, in Cairo.

The Interior Minister commended the national role of the deceased police officers and security men who sacrificed their lives for the security of their nation.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim:
"The state honors the police martyrs by granting them medals, which is considered an appreciation for them and indication of the state's care for them and understanding of their positive national role in confronting the elements of evil that are still spreading corruption. However, we're still persistent on confronting them all until we achieve stability, Allah willing."

On the other hand, Ibrahim reaffirmed complete rejection of the calls for "police purification", represented in demands of dismissals of police leaderships, particularly those believed to be too old or too connected to the former regime.

Ibrahim yet assured that the ministry is undergoing a process of police restructure to enhance the authority's efficiency.

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim:
"Police purification is rejected by the leadership, officers and security men of the Ministry of Interior. We're working on the police restructure. We cannot dismiss leadership over night from an authority representing the state's sovereignty and backbone. We said that the officers doing jobs that can be done by civilians could be replaced with civilian and use the officers in security tasks. However, civilians should work under police leadership due to the relevance of their work to security, such as the Passport Authority."

The Interior Minister also talked about the controversial issue of soccer violence in Port Said that killed at least 74 early February and said that Egypt's Football Association (EFA) imposed the slightest sanctions on Port Said's Al-Masry, causing more anger and dissatisfaction of Al-Ahly Ultras, particularly the family members of victims.

He reaffirmed that the police authority is restoring its role and is persistent on maintaining the country's stability.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: March 25, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: March 25, 2012
Length: 0:02:50
Video Size: 140 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Medium shot, flag of Egypt and flag with logo of Interior Ministry
2. Medium shot, logo of Interior Ministry
3. Close up, a board with photos of police who have died, reading on top "Police Martyrs 2011"
4. Various shots of Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim handing over medals and certificates of appreciations to family members of police martyrs
5. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim:
"The state honors the police martyrs by granting them medals, which is considered an appreciation for them and indication of the state's care for them and understanding of their positive national role in confronting the elements of evil that are still spreading corruption. However, we're still persistent on confronting them all until we achieve stability, Allah willing."
6. Various shots of the attendees
7. Tilt up, a woman holding a photo of her martyred son
8. Various shots of the attendees
9. Medium shot, Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim handing over medals and certificates of appreciations to family members of police martyrs
10. Pan right of the attendees
11. Medium shot, a board with photos of police martyrs
12. SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim:
"Police purification is rejected by the leadership, officers and security men of the Ministry of Interior. We're working on the police restructure. We cannot dismiss leadership over night from an authority representing the state's sovereignty and backbone. We said that the officers doing jobs that can be done by civilians could be replaced with civilian and use the officers in security tasks. However, civilians should work under police leadership due to the relevance of their work to security, such as the Passport Authority."
13. Various shots of a press conference held by Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim
14. Various shots of Interior Minister leaving after the press conference

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Al-Ahly Fans Protest 'Poor' Sanctions...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
25 Mar 2012

Cairo, Egypt | March 25, 2012

A massive rally of the ultras of Cairo's top soccer club Al-Ahly marched on Sunday, March 25, from the headquarters of Egypt's Football Association (EFA) to the parliament building in Cairo demanding retaliation for the recent soccer riot violence that killed at least 74 and injured hundreds early February.

The protestors harshly criticized what they described as the "poor" sanctions recently imposed by the EFA against Port Said's Al-Masry Club, represented in activity suspension for two seasons and suspension of the Port Said Stadium for three.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Sister of one of the soccer riot victims:
"I am sister of Mohamed [sigh] who was killed at Port Said massacre. The sanctions imposed on the Port Said club are not penalties. They are more like reconciliation after a fight. I demand that everyone gets their rights and that those who killed must be killed sooner or later."

EFA decided on Saturday, March 10, to halt the Premier League competitions that have been suspended since the bloody soccer riots and to hold instead a no-fan "Martyr Cup" competition on honor of the victims.

Al-Ahly fans and family members of riot victims are not satisfied with the decisions or the sanctions.

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Brother of one of the soccer riot victims:
"I demand fair and real trial for the perpetrators. We need real system in this country because we don’t see any change. I want the right of my brother and the rights of the 74 people who were wrongfully killed. I want also those of Port Said to shut up so that we can get our rights."

The tragedy started on February 1st, after a soccer game between Al-Ahly and Al-Masry in Port Said city, where thousands of allegedly riotous fans stormed into the field after the game causing chaos and bloody confrontations, leaving 74 dead and hundreds wounded.

SHOTLIST:
1- Various shots of a massive rally outside the Egyptian Football Association (EFA) headquarters in Cairo
2- Various shots of the rally with a very large sign reading "Our blood is not cheap! O Association of favoritism"
3- Various shots of the protestors marching while chanting statements against Port Said's Al-Masry club
4- Zoom out, thousands of protestors in the rally
5- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Sister of one of the soccer riot victims:
"I am sister of Mohamed [sigh] who was killed at Port Said massacre. The sanctions imposed on the Port Said club are not penalties. They are more like reconciliation after a fight. I demand that everyone gets their rights and that those who killed must be killed sooner or later." 6- Various shots of the massive rally marching towards Egypt's parliament
7- Various shots of protestors written on the back of their shirts "I am one of Al-Ahly fans and I am proud of it"
8- Various shots of protestors outside the parliament
9- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Brother of one of the soccer riot victims:
"I demand fair and real trial for the perpetrators. We need real system in this country because we don’t see any change. I want the right of my brother and the rights of the 74 people who were wrongfully killed. I want also those of Port Said to shut up so that we can get our rights." 10- Various shots of the soccer riot tragedy at Port Said Stadium (archive, Feb 1)
11- Tilt down, the main gate of Al-Masry Stadium at Port Said, where the riots took place, with crowds outside the stadium (archive)
12- Various shots of the aftermath of the riots at the stadium seats with blood spots on the seats and the ground (archive)
13- Various shots of many pairs of shoes at stadium exit where the tragedy took place (archive)

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Massive March of Al-Ahly Fans Demandi...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
16 Mar 2012

Cairo, Egypt | March 15, 2012

STORYLINE:
Thousands of Egyptian activists and football fans marched from the headquarters of Al-Ahly club towards the General-Prosecutor office at the Supreme Courthouse headquarters downtown Cairo on Thursday, March 15, protesting the slow pace of procedures taken by the government to find those responsible for the recent football violence at the Egyptian city of Port-Said that killed at least 74 and injured several hundreds.
Protestors chanted statements against the Interior Ministry and the ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) which they hold responsibility for bloody riots, raising posters of victims of "the massacre" that erupted following a football match between Cairo’s top club Al-Ahly and Port Siad's team Al-Masry.
Investigations are going on in the country’s worst football riots that took place on February 1st.
Egypt’s General- Prosecutor accused 75 people of murder charges in connection with the deadly soccer riots, including nine police officers.
Fans of Al-Ahly as well as other participants believe that Port-Said massacre was a conspiracy plotted by the police and the ruling military for political reasons.

SHOTLIST:
1. Pan right shot of massive rally of thousands of protestors of fans of al-Ahly club and Egyptian activists heading to the office of the General-Prosecutor, demanding retaliation for the victims of Port Said soccer riots
2. Various shots of protestors raising posters of the victims of the recently soccer riots, demanding the rights of them, outside the office of the General-Prosecutor
3. Medium shot of posters of the victims
4. Various shots of protestors waving the Egyptian flags, chanting statements, demanding the rights of the victims
5. Various shots of protestors, shouting “ Martyrs, you are in the paradise”
6. Wide shot, a protestor among the massive rally holding a large flag with a drawing of police man written on it "police bastard"
7. Wide shot of protestors setting outside the office of the General-Prosecutor
8. Medium shot of two posters of two of the victims of the recent football riots
9. Medium shot of a poster for one of the victims
10. Zoom out shot of protestors outside the office of the General-Prosecutor

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Lebanese Authorities Continue Raids o...
Beirut, Lebanon
By Video Cairo Sat
15 Mar 2012

Beirut, Lebanon | March 14, 2012

The Lebanese authorities continue raids on food warehouses over the recent scandal of spoiled food, some of which having more than a year back expiration dates.
Five men are currently facing charges of attempted murder for knowingly processing and distributing spoiled food to the public.
President Michel Suleiman held a meeting Wednesday, March 14, with his ministers including PM Najib Mikati to discuss what he described as a "catastrophic" issue.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) - Lebanese Information Minister Walid Daouk:
"His Excellency Mr. President opened the meeting session, stressing the horribleness of the issue of spoiled food, with regard to the types and quantities of seized spoiled food, considering the issue catastrophic for threatening the food security of the Lebanese citizens and negatively affecting the reputation of Lebanon."
Suleiman called for merciless penalties for the importers, distributors and dealers of spoiled food.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: March 14, 2012
Shooting Location: Beirut, Lebanon
Publishing Time: March 14, 2012
Length: 0:01:36
Video Size: 72.5 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
Various shots of Lebanese State Security men raiding meat warehouses
Close up, a red waxed bag of spoiled food with a tag written on it "prohibited for expiration date passage"
Various shots of meet at raided warehouses
Various shots of different kinds of processed meat displayed for sale at one stores
Medium shot, Lebanese President Michel Suleiman heading to a meeting with the cabinet
Various shots of the meeting
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) - Lebanese Information Minister Walid Daouk:
"His Excellency Mr. President opened the meeting session, stressing the horribleness of the issue of spoiled food, with regard to the types and quantities of seized spoiled food, considering the issue catastrophic for threatening the food security of the Lebanese citizens and negatively affecting the reputation of Lebanon."
Various shots of the press conference after the meeting

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"we want justice" - Anti-Mubarak prot...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
06 Feb 2012

Cairo, Egypt: February 6, 2011

A child protesting in Tahrir Square, a couple of days before President Hosni Mubarak's resignation.

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Lawyer Representing Victims of the Re...
Cairo, Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
10 Jan 2012

January 10, 2012 - Cairo
A lawyer representing victims in Mubarak's trial said the judge heard arguments from five lawyers, who explained how the ex-president and his men killed protesters.

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Man Speaks Out To Mubarak Supporters ...
Cairo, Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
10 Jan 2012

January 10, 2012 - Cairo

Outside Mubarak's trial, a family member of a martyr protests against Mubarak's supporters, calling them "thugs," and corrupt for taking money.

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Demonstrators Chant Outside Of Mubara...
Cairo, Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
10 Jan 2012

Cairo, January 10, 2012

Families chanting, "down with the military rule," while also saying that on January 25th, the anniversary of the uprising, they are going to take their martyrs' rights to justice.

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Father Mourns Son Ahmed Abd-Ellatif A...
Cairo, Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
10 Jan 2012

Cairo, January 10, 2012
Mubarak's trial, outside the court.

Ahmed Abd-Ellatif Ahmed was shot in Alexandria on January 28, 2011.

"I'm here for Mubarak and ex-interior minster El-adly, ..." "The trial is slow, very slow, the trial is supposed to be done in 9-10 months, and this is my fifth time attending the trial..." "I have hope, much hope in God, because I had fought for Egypt before, and I'm afraid for Egypt." "I do not want any money, I want justice for the killer."

"The one who killed my son is an investigation officer, Wa'eel El-Kommy, from the police department in El-Raml, Alexandria, on January 28, 2011." Alex Butcher - What are you going to do if Mubarak is found innocent by the court?
"Innocence? How it could be? I will execute him in the square ...we will get him...all Egyptian People condemned him." "I want all people to live, but we must have our rights, the martyrs' rights, our sons who were killed, my son is my only male son, with four females, I wished for him from God, and he was killed by dogs....I came to Cairo from Alexandria and I will continue, I will not stop. I stopped working, I will not move from here."

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The Gallows Are Waiting
Cairo, Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
10 Jan 2012

January 10, 2012 - Cairo
Mubarak's trial: Outside the court a protester carries a model gallows and sign saying, "The gallows are waiting for you Mubarak."