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Civilians in Aden Loot Presidential P...
Aden
By anisalbareq
25 Mar 2015

March 25, 2015
Aden, Yemen

Video shows residents of Aden looting the presidential palace in that city, where Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi had been holed up after fleeing the capital Sanaa in February. By the morning of 25 March, reports indicated that President Hadi had fled the Aden palace to an unknown location.

Saudi Arabia, with the support of several other Arab countries and Pakistan, launched a military operation called Decisive Storm with the aim of bombing Houthi positions in Yemen in response to calls from President Hadi to stop the Houthis' advance.

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Theft at the American School in Tunisia
Tunis, Tunisia
By jamel
15 Sep 2012

After huge protests during which the American school was set on fire, some used the opportunity to steal from it.

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Theft at the American School in Tunisia
Tunis, Tunisia
By jamel
15 Sep 2012

After huge protests during which the American school was set on fire, some used the opportunity to steal from it.

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THEFT AT THE AMERICAN SCHOOL IN TUNIS...
Tunisia Tunis
By Beirut Editor's Picks
14 Sep 2012

People stealing furniture and laptops from the American school in Tunis, after the school was set on fire following the release of an American anti-Islam movie.

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Bahrain - Press Conference 25 July 2012
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
25 Jul 2012

Manama, Bahrain
The Bahraini opposition held a press conference on Thursday, July 25, 2012, to launch a campaign called "Khafafish El Zalam," demanding that Bahraini authorities stop raiding homes, stressing adherence to popular demand for freedom and democracy, rejecting all forms of violence, and demanding that UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and the international community assume responsibility in preventing arrests and searches without a court order.

Mr. Khalil Marzouq, political consultant for the Secretary General of Al Wefaq, declared during the press conference that over $10 million worth of property has been stolen and over 270 homes raided during June and July, 2012. Marzouq also spoke about the horrific crimes committed by the Bahraini government. He reviewed footage from the Bassiouni reports depicting security forces breaking into houses, shouting verbal abuses, smashing doors, and not allowing women the chance to cover up.

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Bahrain - Press Conference 25 July 2012
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
25 Jul 2012

Manama, Bahrain
The Bahraini opposition held a press conference on Thursday, July 25, 2012, to launch a campaign called "Khafafish El Zalam," demanding that Bahraini authorities stop raiding homes, stressing adherence to popular demand for freedom and democracy, rejecting all forms of violence, and demanding that UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and the international community assume responsibility in preventing arrests and searches without a court order.

Mr. Khalil Marzouq, political consultant for the Secretary General of Al Wefaq, declared during the press conference that over $10 million worth of property has been stolen and over 270 homes raided during June and July, 2012. Marzouq also spoke about the horrific crimes committed by the Bahraini government. He reviewed footage from the Bassiouni reports depicting security forces breaking into houses, shouting verbal abuses, smashing doors, and not allowing women the chance to cover up.

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Bahrain - Press Conference 25 July 2012
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
25 Jul 2012

Manama, Bahrain
The Bahraini opposition held a press conference on Thursday, July 25, 2012, to launch a campaign called "Khafafish El Zalam," demanding that Bahraini authorities stop raiding homes, stressing adherence to popular demand for freedom and democracy, rejecting all forms of violence, and demanding that UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and the international community assume responsibility in preventing arrests and searches without a court order.

Mr. Khalil Marzouq, political consultant for the Secretary General of Al Wefaq, declared during the press conference that over $10 million worth of property has been stolen and over 270 homes raided during June and July, 2012. Marzouq also spoke about the horrific crimes committed by the Bahraini government. He reviewed footage from the Bassiouni reports depicting security forces breaking into houses, shouting verbal abuses, smashing doors, and not allowing women the chance to cover up.

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Bahrain - Press Conference 25 July 2012
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
25 Jul 2012

Manama, Bahrain
The Bahraini opposition held a press conference on Thursday, July 25, 2012, to launch a campaign called "Khafafish El Zalam," demanding that Bahraini authorities stop raiding homes, stressing adherence to popular demand for freedom and democracy, rejecting all forms of violence, and demanding that UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and the international community assume responsibility in preventing arrests and searches without a court order.

Mr. Khalil Marzouq, political consultant for the Secretary General of Al Wefaq, declared during the press conference that over $10 million worth of property has been stolen and over 270 homes raided during June and July, 2012. Marzouq also spoke about the horrific crimes committed by the Bahraini government. He reviewed footage from the Bassiouni reports depicting security forces breaking into houses, shouting verbal abuses, smashing doors, and not allowing women the chance to cover up.

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Bahrain - Press Conference 25 July 2012
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
25 Jul 2012

Manama, Bahrain
The Bahraini opposition held a press conference on Thursday, July 25, 2012, to launch a campaign called "Khafafish El Zalam," demanding that Bahraini authorities stop raiding homes, stressing adherence to popular demand for freedom and democracy, rejecting all forms of violence, and demanding that UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and the international community assume responsibility in preventing arrests and searches without a court order.

Mr. Khalil Marzouq, political consultant for the Secretary General of Al Wefaq, declared during the press conference that over $10 million worth of property has been stolen and over 270 homes raided during June and July, 2012. Marzouq also spoke about the horrific crimes committed by the Bahraini government. He reviewed footage from the Bassiouni reports depicting security forces breaking into houses, shouting verbal abuses, smashing doors, and not allowing women the chance to cover up.

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Bahrain - Press Conference 25 July 2012
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
25 Jul 2012

Manama, Bahrain
The Bahraini opposition held a press conference on Thursday, July 25, 2012, to launch a campaign called "Khafafish El Zalam," demanding that Bahraini authorities stop raiding homes, stressing adherence to popular demand for freedom and democracy, rejecting all forms of violence, and demanding that UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and the international community assume responsibility in preventing arrests and searches without a court order.

Mr. Khalil Marzouq, political consultant for the Secretary General of Al Wefaq, declared during the press conference that over $10 million worth of property has been stolen and over 270 homes raided during June and July, 2012. Marzouq also spoke about the horrific crimes committed by the Bahraini government. He reviewed footage from the Bassiouni reports depicting security forces breaking into houses, shouting verbal abuses, smashing doors, and not allowing women the chance to cover up.

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Egyptian Banking and Police Officials...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
24 Apr 2012

Cairo, Egypt | April 24, 2012

The National Bank of Egypt in cooperation with the anti-counterfeiting office of Egypt’s Interior Ministry held on Tuesday, April 24, a symposium dubbed “Methods of Combating Credit Card Fraud.” The meeting was scheduled in light of the recent increase in credit card crimes in Egypt due to a lack of adequate security.

For his part, Egypt's National Bank Deputy Chairman Hesham Okasha recommended to require a pass code for using a credit card, a method which is not applied in Egypt, stressing that it would greatly limit the credit card fraud in the country.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Hesham Okasha:
"In Europe, they require the client to enter their code number. This is still not applied in Egypt. As banks, we should propose to the Egyptian Banking Union, that credit card use must be verified through a code number. The code number or the password is the client's responsibility. His ID card and its number and details could be stolen, but his password is difficult to steal."

Police officials of the Anti-Counterfeiting Office reported that they recently arrested associates of two unrelated credit card scam rings based out of Africa and Egypt.

Colonel Assem al-Dahish, Director of the Anti-Counterfeiting Office pointed out that the amount of money and purchases that have been stolen by the Egyptian gang reached about EGP 1.5 million.

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Colonel Assem al-Dahish:
"In fact, it is the biggest gang arrest involving credit card forgery. What is of note, is that the gang is formed of Egyptians. Previously, we saw forged credit cards coming from abroad with some foreigners.” “We had prior information about the gang and its members. We have done a very good job in the investigation process, to the point that we photographed them and knew exactly where they were operating from."

Al-Dahish added that the gang had about 167 fake credit cards to use for their crimes.
Banking crimes have recently spread in post-revolution Egypt due to the lack of security and current political turmoil.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: April 24, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: April 24, 2012
Length: 0:02:39
Video Size: 131 MB
Language: Arabic
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Camera: VCS
SHOTLIST:
1- Wide shot of traffic at one of Cairo street
2- Wide external shot of the gate of the National Bank of Egypt headquarters where the symposium held
3- Close up shot of the sign of National Bank of Egypt “special symposium over credit card fraud and methods of combating”
4- Pan left shot of the title of the conference “special symposium over credit card fraud and methods of combating”
5- Various shots of the symposium
6- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Hesham Okasha:
"In Europe, they require the client to enter their code number. This is still not applied in Egypt. As banks, we should propose to the Egyptian Banking Union, that credit card use must be verified through a code number. The code number or the password is the client's responsibility. His ID card and its number and details could be stolen, but his password is difficult to steal." 7- Various shots of the symposium
8- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Colonel Assem al-Dahish:
"In fact, it is the biggest gang arrest involving credit card forgery. What is of note, is that the gang is formed of Egyptians. Previously, we saw forged credit cards coming from abroad with some foreigners. We had prior information about the gang and its members. We have done a very good job in the investigation process, to the point that we photographed them and knew exactly where they were operating from." 9- Various shots of people using ATM
10- Pan left shot of news paper title “lack of security revives credit card fraud”
11- Close up shot of news paper title “ National Bank detects the biggest African gang”
12- Various shots of clerks at the bank counting money
13- Medium shot, a money-counting machine counting US dollar bills