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Prisoners offered reduced sentence in exchange for generating electricity
 
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(10 Jul 2012) STORYLINE A small prison in the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil encourages cellmates to shorten their sentence by pedalling on exercise bikes that generate energy to illuminate the town's roads. Inmate Ronaldo da Silva hops on a bike and pedals away furiously, clocking up several miles before he slows and jumps off. But despite all his efforts, Silva doesn't get far from the medium-security prison where he's serving a five-and-a-half year long sentence for robbing a bakery. In fact, he doesn't get anywhere at all because Silva's bike is stationary, bolted to the ground of the prison courtyard. The only place all his pedalling takes him is incrementally closer to his release. Silva is part of an innovative programme that allows inmates at a prison in Brazil's south eastern Minas Gerais state to shave days off their sentence in exchange for generating power to help illuminate the town at night. By pedalling, the inmates charge a battery that's used to power ten street lamps along the town's riverside promenade. For every three eight-hour days they spend on the bikes, Silva and the programme's other participants get one day knocked off their sentences. It is one of several new projects being implemented across Brazil, all aimed at thinning out the notoriously overcrowded prisons and cutting down on recidivism by helping restore inmates' sense of self-worth. Lambasted by critics as too soft on criminals, such initiatives are seen by their defenders as effective ways of breaking the cycle of violence that all too often plagues the country's penitentiaries. "Here, cycling, we feel more important and more useful. You feel better day-to-day," said Silva, who's already reduced his weight by four kilograms (nine pounds) and his sentence by 20 days. Clad in red, prison-issue sweat pants and matching T-shirts, he and his fellow cyclists hit the bikes at around nine in the morning and ride until about 5 pm, with breaks for lunch and an afternoon snack. With just four bikes, the project's eight participants take turns to cycle. "Today with our project, our idea is they can now exercise, lose weight and at the same time it also benefits them because after every three days of work, their sentence shortens by one day," said prison director Gilson Rafael da Silva. The two-month-old programme is the brainchild of the town's judge, Jose Henrique Mallmann, who said he got the idea from a story he read on the internet about gyms in the United States where electricity is generated by the exercise bikes. The municipal police contributed bicycles that had long been lingering in lost property and neighbourhood engineers then helped transform them into stationary exercise bikes, hooking them up to car batteries donated by local businesses. Area entrepreneurs also pitched in the converter used to transform the battery's charge into the 110 volts needed to power ten of the cast iron street lamps that dot the riverside promenade. Every night just before sunset, a guard drives the charged battery from the prison, on the outskirts of town, to the downtown promenade. He hooks it up to the converter and a few minutes later the ten street lamps begin to glow a soft white. For years the promenade was abandoned after it got dark, but now, newly illuminated, it now attracts dog walkers, joggers and couples walking arm-in-arm. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4995dd04cb0d18366cd49eeba7ed3d94 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Sentence Exchange
 
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The Bible tells us that the wrath of God remains on those who do not believe in Jesus. Why? Because the death sentenced given to us through Adam can not be gotten out of through good behavior. It is just that a "death sentence". However God sent Jesus to take our place. Find out more on an all new Living in Grace broadcast.
Speak English Naturally with WOULD contractions: I'D, YOU'D, HE'D...
 
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Want to sound more like a native speaker? In this lesson, I will teach you many "would" contractions that native speakers use frequently without thinking about them. For example, using "I'd" instead of "I would" is a quick and easy way to sound more natural. I will teach you how to pronounce these words correctly so that you can start using them right away. Take our quiz at the end of the video to make sure you understand the material. http://www.engvid.com/speak-english-would-contractions/ TRANSCRIPT Hello. My name is Emma, and in today's lesson, I am going to help you with your pronunciation. Today I am going to teach you how to pronounce contractions for the word "would". Okay? So, first of all, "would". When do we use "would"? We use it a lot in English. One of the times in beginner and intermediate levels we use it is when we are at a restaurant. The server will ask you: "Oh, what would you like?" And you would respond: "I would like pizza.", "I would like chicken.", "I would like tacos.", "I would like coffee." Okay? Now, the problem is... "Would"... This is all correct grammar-wise, but many, many students have trouble when it comes to pronouncing "would". Okay? The "w" sound is a little difficult, so many students can't pronounce this correctly. Okay? Also, a lot of native speakers, like myself, a lot of Canadians and Americans, we don't really say "would" that frequently. What we usually say instead are contractions. So, a contraction is a short form. Instead of saying: "I would", "I'd" has the same meaning. Okay? So this apostrophe here actually means "woul". Okay? So this means there are all these missing letters, but we don't actually need them. Contractions are very, very common in spoken English. Not writing, but in speaking, we use them a lot. Okay? So, if you want to sound more Canadian or more American, you should use contractions. So, let's look at some of these contractions. So: -"What would you like? What would you like to order?" -"I'd like some tea." Okay? So, let's start with that. I want you to repeat after me. "I'd", "I'd". And again, this means "I would", "I'd". So it almost sounds like "eye-de". "I'd", "I'd like some tea. I'd like some tea." Now, maybe you're talking about... To your friend. Okay? In this case, if you want to say: "You would like tea", you can say: "You'd", "you'd". So, again: "You-de", "you'd". "You'd like some tea.", "You'd like some bread.", "You'd enjoy going to the beach." Okay? "You'd". Now, if you're talking about a boy or a man, we can use the word... Instead of: "he would", you can use: "he'd". Okay? And notice, this one, I actually smiled quite a lot. "He'd". "He'd like toast.", "He'd like the chicken.", "He'd like a salad." Okay? "He'd". For women, we would use: "she'd", "she'd". And again, notice my smile, "she'd". "He'd", "she'd". They rhyme. "She'd like coffee.", "She'd like coffee.", "She'd like pizza." Okay? And again, "she'd" means "she would". "She would like pizza.", "She'd like pizza." Okay, now, if we're talking about us and someone else, we would say: "we'd", "we'd". Okay? And again, there's a big smile on my face. "We'd". "We'd like chicken.", "We'd like poutine.", "We'd like french fries.", "We'd like hot dogs." Okay? Example of "we'd". Finally: "they'd". "They'd like". So this is if you have "they would", it becomes "they'd". And you'll notice-very simple-all of them are just apostrophe "d". "They'd like chicken.", "They'd like to study English." Okay? So any time you want to use the word "would", try to replace it with a contraction. It will make you sound more like a native speaker. And, you know, especially if you have trouble with the pronunciation of "would", just adding apostrophe "d" will really help you with your spoken English. So, I invite you to come visit our website at www.engvid.com. There, you can do a quiz on this subject just to make sure you understand all of the material. You can also come... Subscribe to my YouTube channel. I have a lot of other videos on pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and many other topics. So, thank you for watching, and until next time, take care.
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Prisoners produce energy and reduce sentences
 
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(11 Jul 2012) SCRIPT A small prison in the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil encourages cellmates to shorten their sentence by pedalling on exercise bikes that generate energy to illuminate the town's roads. Inmate Ronaldo da Silva hops on a bike and pedals away furiously, clocking up several miles before he slows and jumps off. But despite all his efforts, Silva doesn't get far from the medium-security prison where he's serving a five-and-a-half year long sentence for robbing a bakery. In fact, he doesn't get anywhere at all because Silva's bike is stationary, bolted to the ground of the prison courtyard. The only place all his pedalling takes him is incrementally closer to his release. Silva is part of an innovative programme that allows inmates at a prison in Brazil's south eastern Minas Gerais state to shave days off their sentence in exchange for generating power to help illuminate the town at night. By pedalling, the inmates charge a battery that's used to power ten street lamps along the town's riverside promenade. For every three eight-hour days they spend on the bikes, Silva and the programme's other participants get one day knocked off their sentences. It is one of several new projects being implemented across Brazil, all aimed at thinning out the notoriously overcrowded prisons and cutting down on recidivism by helping restore inmates' sense of self-worth. Lambasted by critics as too soft on criminals, such initiatives are seen by their defenders as effective ways of breaking the cycle of violence that all too often plagues the country's penitentiaries. "Here, cycling, we feel more important and more useful. You feel better day-to-day," said Silva, who's already reduced his weight by four kilograms (nine pounds) and his sentence by 20 days. Clad in red, prison-issue sweat pants and matching T-shirts, he and his fellow cyclists hit the bikes at around nine in the morning and ride until about 5 pm, with breaks for lunch and an afternoon snack. With just four bikes, the project's eight participants take turns to cycle. "Today with our project, our idea is they can now exercise, lose weight and at the same time it also benefits them because after every three days of work, their sentence shortens by one day," said prison director Gilson Rafael da Silva. The two-month-old programme is the brainchild of the town's judge, Jose Henrique Mallmann, who said he got the idea from a story he read on the internet about gyms in the United States where electricity is generated by the exercise bikes. The municipal police contributed bicycles that had long been lingering in lost property and neighbourhood engineers then helped transform them into stationary exercise bikes, hooking them up to car batteries donated by local businesses. Area entrepreneurs also pitched in the converter used to transform the battery's charge into the 110 volts needed to power ten of the cast iron street lamps that dot the riverside promenade. Every night just before sunset, a guard drives the charged battery from the prison, on the outskirts of town, to the downtown promenade. He hooks it up to the converter and a few minutes later the ten street lamps begin to glow a soft white. For years the promenade was abandoned after it got dark, but now, newly illuminated, it now attracts dog walkers, joggers and couples walking arm-in-arm. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b58da52f0d2d62b318101af1a4e350f9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 85 AP Archive
Cursive handwriting is dying. But some politicians refuse to accept it.
 
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The bizarre fight over cursive handwriting, explained in 2 minutes. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Penmanship sample from Schin Loong https://www.youtube.com/user/OpenInkStand Eleven US states have either passed laws or amended the Common Core curriculum to require teachers to cover cursive handwriting in elementary schools. This came in response to the Common Core standards, released in 2010, which require keyboarding skills, but do not mention handwriting or cursive specifically. Advocates for cursive instruction worry that kids will not be able to read founding documents like the Constitution or the Declaration of Independence if they don't learn cursive. But it appears that they are fighting the inevitable. Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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Verbs : To buy and to purchase
 
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To buy... to purchase bʌɪ/ verb 1.obtain or get in exchange for payment/money. "she bought six first-class stamps" synonyms: purchase, make a/the purchase of, acquire, obtain, get, pick up, snap up
Views: 113 Bernadette Behr
Using Social Media For More Traffic
 
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Using social media for more traffic to a website or blog can be extremely effective. In fact, most website owners who are using social media as a traffic generation channel claim that social networks are among their 3 top traffic sources. The traditional way of generating social media traffic has been to publish text-based posts with links which redirect to further information on the user’s website. When these types of posts started becoming less efficient due to ad fatigue and criticized for being too pushy and non conversational, marketers had to become more creative. Creative ways of generating social media traffic have been to use hashtags to reach a wider audience, visual content and keyword-based content. However content creation, and more specifically, creative content creation tends to be time consuming and a drain on resources, especially with businesses being on more than one social network and having to tailor their content according to each platform. These social media marketing requirements have led to businesses not updating their profiles with content for weeks, sometimes even months, and therefore missing out on the benefits of social networking. Curating content, meaning the process of gathering relevant content from other sources and publishing it on social media has enabled marketers and business owners to overcome the challenges of content creation. However, curating content has its limitations too. Directing traffic to other places than a company’s touch points leads to missed opportunities to establish their own particular voice, customer loyalty and their own industry authority. This is why tools such as snip.ly can come in handy. Snip.ly is not only a link shortener, it also allows ads to be displayed on the web page of the shortened link. For example, should you be in the health and fitness industry and you wish to share on social media an article published on a health and fitness related website, you would simply shorten the link using snip.ly. Then, when your audience members would click on the shortened link to read the whole article, your ad would also appear at the bottom of the web page. Your ad could simply consist of a sentence such as “Discover the power of these food supplements to increase your metabolism” and a call to action such as “click here to find out more”. Snip.ly is a free tool which allows you to shorten an unlimited number of links and set up an unlimited number of ad variations. By using snip.ly you not only solve the challenge of content creation but also simultaneously leverage other sources of content for more blog traffic and website traffic. An added benefit of snip.ly is its ability to track clicks, conversions and the average time spent on the landing page as well as the average time spent on your website, allowing you to fine tune your campaigns accordingly. To find out more about using social media for more blog traffic and website traffic, and discover more social media tips, make sure to watch the video above. If you’ve enjoyed these social media tips, make sure to share the video, like it and feel free to leave a comment below.
Apple Mail Tips, Tricks, and Advice
 
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Want to master Apple Mail? This video will show you TONS of tips and tricks to make the most of Apple Mail. Let's face it, e-mail is one of those necessary evils in life, but thanks to the many tricks you'll learn in this class, hopefully it will allow you to make it work for you (instead of you working for your e-mail). If you'd like to skip ahead to one of the sections, you can simply click the time code below and you'll be brought to that exact chapter. Enjoy! Other classes you might enjoy: Evernote: http://www.pcclassesonline.com/evernote/ Dropbox & iCloud: http://www.pcclassesonline.com/all-about-icloud-and-dropbox/ 00:57 iMAP/POP (getting e-mails to sync) 03:00 2 tricks to save contact information 06:35 Creating an e-mail signature 09:27 Adding a signature to a PDF attachment (without having to print) 13:15 Creating E-mail Rules 15:50 Creating Mailboxes and Smart Mailboxes 19:24 Junk mail reduction tips 23:35 Customizing your toolbars 25:30 Dictation (with no additional software) 28:38 Evernote Integration 29:38 Add A Second E-mail Account to Apple Mail 30:44 A special note for Comcast customers regarding IMAP 31:13 Deleting Multiple E-Mails at Once 33:23 Migrating E-mail Accounts 36:14 Moving PC e-mails, contacts, and calendars to Mac (Outlook) 37:50 Viewing and Layout Options 39:40 Sorting Methods and Options 40:57 Choosing A Default E-mail Account for Composing 42:04 Inserting Photos and Automatic Resizing Options 44:33 Creating E-Mail Groups of Contacts/MailChimp/CC & BCC options 49:26 Creating Trigger Phrase/Key (AWESOME FOR BUSINESS!!!)
Views: 478341 David A. Cox
Can Japanese Actually Write Japanese Kanji?
 
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Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi sentenced to 18 years
 
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(9 Dec 2010) SHOTLIST FILE: Milan - 28 September, 2005 1. Wide of Milan courtroom and Parmalat founder, Calisto Tanzi, surrounded by his lawyers 2. Close of Tanzi 3. Medium of Tanzi and lawyers 4. Close of court folder 5. Wide of judges 6. Close of court documents 7. Close of Tanzi 8. Cutaway of court police officer 9. Wide of court room FILE: Near Collecchio, Parma - 2003 (Exact Date Unknown) 10. Wide exterior of Parmalat plant near the town of Collecchio 11. Medium of Parmalat trucks entering plant 12. Close of yoghurt production belt 13. Wide of interior of factory 14. Wide pan of exterior of factory FILE: Rome, 2006 (Exact Date Unknown) 15. Various of supermarket shelves with Parmalat products STORYLINE An Italian court on Thursday convicted Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi of fraudulent bankruptcy and criminal association in the 14 (b) billion euro (18 (b) billion US dollar) failure of his dairy empire. The court sentenced the 71-year-old Tanzi to 18 years in prison, just shy of the 20 years requested by prosecutors for his role in Europe's largest corporate failure. Another 16 defendants were convicted and sentenced to lesser terms, said Tanzi attorney Giampiero Biancolella. The accusations of fraudulent bankruptcy and criminal association in the Parma trial were the most serious charges against Tanzi stemming from the 2003 collapse, precipitated when Parmalat acknowledged its debt was eight times higher than previously claimed. Nearly two years ago, Tanzi was sentenced to 10-years in a separate market-rigging trial in Milan, but he continues to live in his estate near Parma. It is rare in Italy for people of his age to serve prison time. Tanzi has always maintained his innocence and will appeal, Biancolella said. Parmalat's image as a simple dairy business - even though it sold milk, juice and baked goods in 30 countries - masked a tangled financial web that unravelled when the company acknowledged the crushing debt. Parmalat emerged from bankruptcy protection after a two-year reorganisation and re-listed on the Milan Stock Exchange in 2005. Lawyers representing some 40-thousand defrauded bondholders have been trying to seek compensation from Tanzi himself as well as the banks that had sold them bad Parmalat bonds. The banks have always denied wrongdoing, claiming they were equally duped as the investors. Tanzi has blamed the banks for the labyrinth of shaky deals that on the one hand helped the once simple dairy business grow into a global empire and on the other led to its collapse. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/be9e285df1298b9300194907bd3aed0b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Lesson 31: Understanding Simple Hindi Sentence
 
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Former WorldCom chief Bernard Ebbers sentenced.
 
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(13 Jul 2005) APTN New York - July 13, 2005 1. US Federal courthouse building 2. Former CEO of WorldCom Bernard Ebbers entering courthouse, jostling with photographers 3. Exterior courthouse APTN FILE Virginia, USA - Date unknown 4. Worldcom sign 5. Close up Worldcom sign POOL Washington, D.C. - 8 July 2002 6. Wide shot Congressional hearing with Worldcom executives 7. Medium shot Ebbers and others are sworn in APTN FILE Virginia, USA - Date unknown 8. Worldcom sign APTN New York - 13 July, 2005 9. Ebbers leaving courthouse 10. Ebbers surrounded by photographers, walking up steps into building 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Reid Weingarten, Ebbers' defence lawyer : "I think an innocent man got sentenced today. I think the judge is a wonderful judge and I'm sure she tried to do what she thought was best. But the problem with this case from day was Bernie Ebbers was transformed into a symbol, a distorted picture of corporate corruption. That's not Bernie Ebbers. The record is uncontradicted, this is a man who has lived a life that is unblemished. He's lived a life of unbelievable charity and kindness and compassion and somehow that didn't fit in to this picture of the greedy, corrupt public, or corporate official. It made us crazy." 12. Lawyer surrounded by media 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Henry J. Bruen, former WorldCom salesman: "I thought it was, in effect, a life sentence for him. I thought it was a good sentence because it sends a message that hopefully this type corporate behaviour and misconduct is not going to be tolerated in corporate America.' 14. Bruen speaking to reporters STORYLINE: Bernard Ebbers, who as the CEO of WorldCom oversaw the largest corporate fraud in US history, wept in court in New York on Wednesday when a judge sentenced him to twenty-five years in prison. It is the toughest sentence yet in the string of recent corporate scandals. Ebbers, now 63, would go to prison in October and not be eligible for release until he was 85. The sentence was handed down by Judge Barbara Jones of US District Court in Manhattan, three years after WorldCom collapsed in an $11 (b) billion (euro9 (b) billion) accounting fraud, wiping out (b) billions of investor dollars. Judge Jones ordered Ebbers to report to prison on Oct. 12. She said she would recommend Ebbers be designated to the federal prison in Yazoo City, Mississippi, close to his home. The judge said she would accept written arguments from the lawyers on whether Ebbers should be allowed to remain free while he appeals the verdict. Defence lawyer Reid Weingarten had asked for leniency, mentioning Ebbers' heart condition and his charitable works, cited repeatedly in 169 letters sent to the judge. He described Ebbers as "a modest man" and an angel to many desperate charitable causes. Ebbers is the first of six former WorldCom executives and accountants facing sentencing this summer. The other five all pleaded guilty and agreed to cooperate against their former boss. WorldCom remains the largest of the corporate frauds that began making headlines with the fall of Enron Corp. in late 2001. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8ee86a763d976af4b7969e9cea1a76af Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Saddam's half brother accuses prosecutors of Ba'ath connections
 
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SHOTLIST 1. Wide of eight defendants, with medium shot of four defendants, including defendant Barazan Ibrahim, Saddam's half brother, addressing court (top right of screen) 2. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Defendant Barazan Ibrahim, Saddam's half brother / Chief Judge Rizgar Mohammed Amin and prosecutor (no name available) BARAZAN: (starts off camera over pictures of judge and later continues over pictures of prosecutors listening) "Why, why, your honour, the gentleman, the three gentleman suffer from a complex (meaning they are ashamed of belonging to the Baath party). The man in the centre was a high ranking Baath party official, the other two were members of the party too. Why do they consider this a complex?" JUDGE interrupts: (over pictures of Barazan) "What's this got to do with the case?" BARAZAN replies: (partly over pictures of prosecutor smiling) "Because we are Baathists, they want to put pressure on us to declare them innocent." JUDGE says: "You can write this down." (over picture of prosecutor smiling) BARAZAN continues but he's interrupted: (over picture of prosecutor smiling) "Moreover, they are now... " PROSECUTOR: (over pictures of other prosecutor) "This is the biggest insult to me in a court session, to be accused of being a member of the bloody Baath party." BARAZAN: (starting off camera): "You were an agent of the secret service." JUDGE: (off camera over pictures of Barazan) "How could you accuse..." PROSECUTOR: (over picture of Barazan) "Not with the intelligence service." BARAZAN: (on camera) "The three of them where agents of the secret service." JUDGE: (off camera, over picture of Barazan) "Sit down." BARAZAN: (on camera) "And I know their numbers, your honour." PROSECUTOR: (starts off camera, then on camera) "This is the biggest insult to me in a court session, to be accused of being a member of the bloody party." BARAZAN: (off camera over picture of prosecutor) "It is the party which you should be honoured with, it is not a bloody party. It is the party of democracy and justice. The party of high moral values." JUDGE: (off camera over picture of prosecutor sitting down) "Enough, enough." 3. Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein listening 4. Judge listening 5. UPSOUND: (Arabic) Saddam Hussein, defendant and former Iraqi president: "This interruption by the prosecution... it is the defence's, and the defendant's right to talk to the witnesses." 6. Pan from Barazan addressing court to prosecutors STORYLINE Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein has again insisted at his trial in Baghdad on Thursday that he has been beaten by his American captors, calling Washington's denials of abuse lies. In the kind of theatrical exchange seen throughout the trial, an assistant prosecutor asked to resign and the defence team threatened to leave court. Saddam's half-brother and co-defendant, Barazan Ibrahim, who was head of Iraqi intelligence during the Dujail killings, had a heated exchange with prosecutors, accusing them of belonging to the Baath Party, Saddam's former party, and the secret service in an effort to discredit them in the eyes of Iraqis. One assistant prosecutor threatened to resign over Ibrahim's allegations, but the judge wouldn't allow it. "The biggest insult to me in a court session is to be accused of being a member of the bloody party," he said. The former Iraqi leader and seven co-defendants are on trial for the deaths of more than 140 Shiites after the attempt on Saddam's life in the town of Dujail, north of Baghdad. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3d9d3f917653144bf70e5e8ef75c9acb Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Labor-intensive Meaning
 
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Video shows what labor-intensive means. Requiring a great deal of work, especially physical and manual effort versus capital.. Labor-intensive Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say labor-intensive. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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Former Pentagon analyst sentenced in spying case involving Israel
 
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Alexandria, Virginia - 20 January 2006 1. Wide pan of courthouse 2. Medium shot of courthouse 3. Wide shot of Lawrence A. Franklin wearing blue shirt and blue tie, facing camera, Plato Cacheris, Franklin's lawyer, wearing glasses FILE: Alexandria, Virginia - 16 August 2005 4. Medium of Steven Rosen walking 5. Medium of Keith Weissman walking Alexandria, Virginia - 20 January 2006 6. Wide shot of Franklin, Cacheris and unknown leaving STORYLINE: A former Pentagon analyst, Lawrence A. Franklin, who gave classified information to an Israeli diplomat and two members of a pro-Israel lobbying group was sentenced on Friday to more than 12 years in prison. Lawrence A. Franklin, 59, had worked with top Pentagon officials, including former Undersecretary of Defence for Policy Douglas Feith, and has expertise on Iraq and Iran. He pleaded guilty in October to three felony counts in exchange for three other counts being dropped. In sentencing Franklin, U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III said the facts of the case led him to believe that Franklin was motivated primarily by a desire to help the United States, not hurt it. The 12-year and seven-month sentence was on the low end of federal sentencing guidelines. Franklin said at his plea hearing in October that he did not intend to harm the United States and said he was motivated by frustration with U.S. policy in the Middle East when he gave classified information to the diplomat and the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. He said he received far more information from the Israeli diplomat than he ever disclosed. The two former members of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee members, Steven J. Rosen and Keith Weissman, have also been charged and are scheduled to go to trial in April. Their lawyers have argued the two were engaged in routine lobbying work and their discussions with Franklin are protected under First Amendment guarantees of free speech. Franklin will not serve his prison term until after the government's prosecution of Rosen and Weissman, and prosecutors may seek a reduction of his sentence if they believe his cooperation warrants it. The judge said on Friday that Franklin believed the National Security Council was insufficiently concerned with the threat posed by an unspecified Middle Eastern nation. Franklin thought leaking information might eventually persuade the Security Council to take more serious action, he said. While the Middle Eastern country was not named in the court record, sources and the facts of the case point to Iran. Ellis said he viewed Franklin's case differently than a case involving information leaked to the Soviets at height of the Cold War. Franklin at one time worked for Feith, then the Pentagon's third highest ranking official, on issues involving the Middle East. During a court appearance last year, Franklin said he would occasionally be questioned directly by Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and former top Pentagon official Paul Wolfowitz on policy issues. As a result, Franklin said, he sometimes took classified information home to stay up to speed. One of the charges to which he pleaded guilty was unlawful retention of classified national defence information. Franklin admitted that he met periodically with Rosen and Weissman between 2002 and 2004 and discussed classified information, including information about potential attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq. Rosen and Weissman would subsequently share what they learned with reporters and Israeli officials. Rosen was a top lobbyist for Washington-based American Israel Public Affairs Committee for more than 20 years, and Weissman was the organisation's top Iran expert. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e8536b38db2edc0c9f880bc1bfd8f875 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Accused spy Robert Hanssen is arraigned in court
 
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1. Van carrying accused spy Robert Hanssen arrives at courthouse 2. Lawyers arrive at courthouse 3. Court sketch of Hanssen being arraigned 4. Close sketch of Hanssen 5. Close sketch of judge 6. Medium sketch of Hanssen sitting at table, push into closer view 7. Plato Cacheris walks out of courthouse 8. SOUNDBITE: Plato Cacheris, Hanssen Attorney "Mr. Hanssen entered a not guilty plea to all charges today. That not guilty plea entitles him to the presumption of innocence which will carry throughout this trial. In due course, we will file motions, some under seal as required under the sepa (sp?) act, some in open court, attacking this indictment and this case. If anything survives, we'll be back here on the 29th of October for a trial." 9. Van carrying Robert Hanssen leaves the courthouse STORYLINE: Former F-B-I agent Robert Hanssen was escorted amid heavy security into court on Thursday and pleaded innocent to federal charges of spying for Moscow, charges that could lead to the death penalty. Hanssen said "not guilty" when asked how he pleaded to the charges during his arraignment at U.S. District Court in this Virginia suburb across the Potomac River from Washington. Hanssen is accused of passing U-S secrets to Moscow for 15 years in exchange for 1-point-four (m) million dollars in cash and diamonds. The father of six could face the death penalty on charges that he identified Soviet agents secretly working for the United States who were subsequently executed. He is also accused of passing secrets about satellites, early warning systems, retaliation plans against large-scale attacks and communications intelligence. Those charges also carry potential death sentences. Following the arraignment, Hanssen's lawyer, Plato Cacheris said he will file motions in court attacking the indictment. Hanssen agreed to waive his rights to a speedy trial, and his lawyers and prosecutors agreed to ask U-S District Judge Claude Hilton for an October 29th trial date. Under the speedy trials act the trial would have been set in 70 days. In the past, the government has avoided taking espionage cases to court because they could air national security secrets. Instead, they have entered plea bargains in which people accused of spying agreed to tell authorities details of their activities in exchange for lighter sentences. According to Hanssen's lawyers, discussions aimed at entering a plea and avoiding a trial stalled because the government would not agree to waive the death penalty in exchange for Hanssen's cooperation. Asked about this Thursday, Cacheris said he wasn't sure the death penalty would be constitutional in this case. Plans were set for a trial to start October 29th. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fb52fa5daab2d1c5d3ee64e9bb5515c5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Introduction to Oxidation Reduction (Redox) Reactions
 
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This is an introduction to oxidation reduction reactions, which are often called redox reactions for short. An oxidation reduction (redox) reaction happens when electrons are transferred between atoms. A loss of electrons is called oxidation, and we say that atom has become oxidized. A gain of electrons is called reduction, and we say that the atoms has become reduced. The two separate parts (oxidation and reduction) of an oxidation reduction (redox) reaction are called half reactions. Two half reactions can be put together to make the whole reaction. Oxidation numbers are numbers that can be written above atoms to show whether they are gaining or losing electrons.
Views: 1391548 Tyler DeWitt
Lesson 09: Getting Started with Hindi Language
 
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In this class, we will learn how to use Hindi Verbs in daily conversation. ---------------------------------- Hindi-University is a non-profit project based in Washington DC with the mission of being a leader in Hindi language education and a unique hub for cultural exchange. Hindi-University uses social-media (i.e. Youtube, Facebook, Udemy etc.) as an online forum to facilitate teaching individuals across the globe. I have been teaching the Hindi language in Washington DC since 2006. Upon their request of my students, I have created a Youtube channel, which I update regularly. I consistently receive requests, questions, and appreciative comments from many language enthusiasts across the globe. I am motivated to upload more informative lectures so that language can become a medium to connect people from different community. This is one of my ways to give something back to the community Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hindi-University/194106577297438 Twitter: https://twitter.com/hindiuniversity Share with Hindi University: https://www.paypal.me/hindiuniversity
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Reax as UK student murder case nears end; arrivals
 
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(20 Nov 2009) SHOTLIST 1. Various of police truck transporting defendants Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito, approaching Perugia courthouse 2. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Luciano Ghirga, Amanda Knox's lawyer: (Q: What are you expecting from today?) "Life sentence, he (Giuliano Mignini, prosecutor) is going to request a life sentence" 3. Zoom out of Knox stepping down from police truck and entering courthouse 4. Wide shot Carlo Della Vedova, another of Knox's lawyers, entering court room and greeting other lawyers and Knox defence attorney Ghirga 5. Prosecutor Giuliano Mignini putting on gown 6. Cameraman 7. Wide shot Knox entering court 8. Medium shot Knox 9. Close up Knox 10. Close up Sollecito 11. Close up legal files 12. Medium shot Chris Mellas, Knox's stepfather 13. Medium Amanda Knox 14. Zoom out from Knox's hands 15. Wide shot judges and jury entering 16. Various of Perugia 17. Various exteriors of court 18. Various of newspapers showing trial coverage 19. Wide of newspaper advertising boards 20. Close-up of newspaper board 21. Wide of Perugia STORYLINE: Italian prosecutors began their closing arguments on Friday in the trial of an American student accused of killing her British roommate more than two years ago. Prosecutors outlined the evidence they have presented in the trial against Amanda Knox and her Italian ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito. Knox and Sollecito are charged with murder and sexual violence in the 2007 killing of Meredith Kercher in the central Italian town of Perugia. They deny wrongdoing. Both have been jailed for more than two years. Prosecutor Giuliano Mignini reconstructed what he says happened the night of November 1, 2007, when the 21-year-old Kercher was slain in the apartment she shared with Knox. As he opened his remarks, Mignini focused on a key prosecution argument that Knox and Sollecito broke one of the apartment's windows from the inside to stage a burglary. A stone was found in one of the bedrooms, and previous witnesses have said that shattered glass was found all over clothes lying on the floor, suggesting the glass was broken after the room was messed up. Mignini told the court the key to the mystery was inside the room, adding that it would be nearly impossible to climb the window and enter without getting hurt and leaving blood traces on the shattered glass. Also, he argued, that window was the most exposed of the apartment, making it an unlikely choice for a burglar. Nothing in the room with the broken glass, which belonged to one of Knox's and Kercher's roommates, was reported missing, Mignini noted. Prosecutors were expected to formally make their sentencing requests to the eight-member jury on Saturday, while a verdict is expected in early December. Knox and Sollecito could face Italy's stiffest punishment, life imprisonment, if convicted of murder. A third man, Ivory Coast national Rudy Hermann Guede, was sentenced to 30 years in prison last year for Kercher's murder in a fast-track trial he was granted at his request. He also denies wrongdoing and is appealing his conviction. Prosecutors say Kercher was killed during what began as a sex game. Defence lawyers for Knox and Sollecito are working on the theory that Guede was the sole attacker. The 22-year-old Knox maintains she spent the night of the murder at Sollecito's house in Perugia. The 25-year-old Sollecito has said he was home working at his computer that night. He said he does not remember if Knox spent the whole night with him or just part of it. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/16239a8e4d412be5b2eb0e2778806629 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Full Inter-dimensional Interview: Bashar and Alan Steinfeld
 
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This is a special viewing...only parts of this exclusive video has been released before. Now for a brief time, the full interview is available here. However soon it will only be able to be seen in parts at: http://www.NewRealities.com
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Key & Peele - Awkward Conversation
 
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A lunch chat turns tense when one of the diners confronts the other about his annoying and awkward conversation habits.
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Montesinos sentenced to five more years
 
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SHOTLIST 1. Wide shot of San Pedro jail 2. Medium shot of authorities guarding jail 3. Close up of police looking through documents 4. Wide shot detanqueta policial cuidando la zona 5. Wide shot of police asking for documents 6. Pan of Judges to Vladimiro Monetsinos 7. Close up of Montesinos 8. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Juan Manuel Fernandez Castillo, Court's Clerk: "We sentence Vladimiro Monetsinos Torres on influence peddling charges against the state. The acused will be confined without parole for five years and four months starting from June 5, 2001 until the twenty fourth of October of 2006" 9. Med shot of 10. Wide shot of Montesinos leaving court 11. Wide of security guarding jail 12. Med shot of security STORYLINE: An anti-corruption court convicted Peru's once-feared former spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos for a fourth time Tuesday, sentencing him to five years in prison on influence peddling charges. The court also fined Montesinos 500,000 nuevo soles (US$143,000) after finding him guilty of offering to help a local television station owner with legal problems in exchange for removing a journalist critical of former President Alberto Fujimori. Montesinos, 58, faces more serious charges including corruption to drug trafficking, arms dealing and directing a death squad and could be tried as many as 70 times on various charges. Montesinos has refused to speak during the trials, claiming that the special anti-corruption court is unqualified to judge him. In March, he was sentenced to five years on influence peddling charges for helping to get his former mistress' brother out of jail. Last Thursday, he was sentenced to eight years on embezzlement charges for giving a mayoral candidate $25,000 in public funds for a 1998 campaign. In July, he was sentenced to nine years in prison for illegally taking control of Peru's intelligence agency. Prison terms are served concurrently in Peru so Tuesday's sentence will not lead to more prison time. A corruption scandal involving Montesinos triggered the November 2000 collapse of Fujimori's decade-long rule. He was captured in Venezuela in June 2001. Fujimori fled to Japan, were he remains in self-imposed exile. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/968ae56b56df4133de0626de9ad13766 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Original Cantina Scene - A New Hope [1080p HD]
 
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Classic scene full of interesting monsters, music and dialogue. It also introduces the famous Han Solo, as he gets into a shootout with Greedo that was altered in one of the dumbest Special Edition changes. Star Wars Blu-ray 2011
Views: 7421128 Marcelo Zuniga
Louie Giglio - Liberty University Convocation
 
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On October 7th, 2015, at Convocation, North America’s largest weekly gathering of Christian students, Louie Giglio and the Passion City Church Band worshiped with students. Pastor and author Louie Giglio spoke to students about living in the moment instead of wallowing in the past or worrying about the future. He encouraged students that God’s will for their lives is never to stress about God’s will for their lives. Louie Giglio is an author, speaker, and the pastor of Passion City Church in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the founder of the Passion Movement, an annual gathering of young adults worshipping, learning, and building relationships centered on Jesus.
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How to Make a Matchbox Microphone
 
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Make a microphone out of a matchbox and pencil leads. Listen to sounds and music from the other side of the house using this DIY microphone. Simple audio electronics project. You will also need a battery, some wires and clips, and a pair of headphones or a speaker. Fun and simple science experiment, and great to do with children. Other Videos: Draw 3D - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pabS7JpDPo Bow and Arrow - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=br2VSZtu1vg Cut Pepper - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gs7d7xiTFtA Cut Rope - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCNwxqP7l44 Meze Headphones: http://www.mezeheadphones.com Music: Super Friendly - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Authorities capture FARC members involved in drug distribution
 
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SHOTLIST 1. Various of FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia) rebel Leonel Rojas being escorted by police 2. Medium of Colombia's Chief of Police Oscar Naranjo 3. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Oscar Naranjo, Colombia's Chief of Police: "He has been a member of the FARC for a long time. He has belonged to the Southern Bloc. He mobilised with the FARC's 14th front. He is connected to Fabian Ramirez and along with his sister Sonia they set up this (drug trafficking) route and gathering centre in the south of the country. Today he is a person of great interest given that US authorities expect to request his extradition." 4. Various of Rojas, handcuffed and being shown to journalists 5. Rojas being led away FARC Handout FILE: Exact location unknown - 2004 6. Various of FARC guerrillas training STORYLINE: Colombian police announced on Friday the capture of a key member of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), said to be responsible for cocaine production and processing in the rebel group's Southern Bloc. "He has been a member of the FARC for a long time. He has belonged to the Southern Bloc," said Colombia's police chief Oscar Naranjo, showing Leonel Rojas, alias "Lantern" to the media. Rojas was apparently arrested on Thursday in Pitalito, in the state of Huila, approximately 370 kilometres (235 miles) southeast of Bogota. Rojas' sister, Nayibe Rojas, known as "Sonia" is currently serving a sentence in a US prison on drug trafficking charges. "He is connected to Fabian Ramirez (FARC Commander) and along with his sister Sonia they set up this (drug trafficking) route and gathering centre in the south of the country," Naranjo said. Nayibe Rojas was extradited in March 2005, under a treaty between the United States and Colombia. According to Colombian police, Rojas took over from his sister. Officials said Rojas was in charge of getting the raw cocaine to laboratories, where it would be processed for shipment to the United States and Europe. "Today he is a person of great interest, given that US authorities expect to request his extradition," Naranjo said. Naranjo said no formal petition had yet been made. He said police believe that the rebel group working under Rojas gathered two to three tonnes of cocaine each week, which were taken out of Colombia via Huila, on the Pacific Coast, bound for Mexico. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6aba431697b31a3cf88e835acf9a9d05 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Turks protest bill making it illegal to deny Armenian genocide
 
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(22 Dec 2011) 1. Wide of giant Turkish flag being held up, pan to protesters with another flag 2. Wide of demonstrators with Turkish and French flags 3. Close up of women at protest 4. Wide of protesters with banner reading (French) "No to the bill, history for historians, politics for the true politicians." 5. Wide of protest 6. SOUNDBITE (French) Fatih Ekici, protester of Turkish descent: "We are asked to officially recognise that our grandparents were assassins but no one can say that our grandparents were assassins." 7. Medium of protesters holding banners reading: (French) "My grandfather is not an assassin" 8. Set up of protester Emma Topcu holding banner 9. Topcu talking to friend 10. SOUNDBITE (French) Emma Topcu, protester of Turkish descent: "Today, it is our rights that we are defending, our right for free speech, our freedom of expression. To say that we'll have to pay 45,000 euros fine, that we can be fined up to 45,000 euros with a one year prison sentence, I mean, at some point, you have to say no, it's not acceptable." 11. Wide of protesters draped in Turkish flags 12. Medium of protester with flag as head scarf 13. Set up of protester Ahmed Celik 14. SOUNDBITE (French) Ahmed Celik, protester of Turkish descent: "I don't know what they have against us. This Armenian issue is over a century old, what is it about? It's just creating tensions." 15. Wide of banner reading: (French) "Stop stigmatising the Turkish community" 16. Various of protesters STORYLINE Hundreds of members of the Turkish community gathered behind France's National Assembly in Paris on Thursday to protest against a bill that would render the denial of the Armenian genocide a crime. Politicians approved the measure that will make it a crime in France to deny that a mass killings of Armenians in 1915 amounted to a genocide. This could put France on a collision course with Turkey, a strategic ally and trading partner which argues the conflict nearly 100 years ago should be left to historians. Holding Turkish and French flags, protesters demanded that French politicians oppose the bill. "We are asked to officially recognise that our grandparents were assassins but no one can say that," said demonstrator Fatih Ekici. Another protester said she was standing up for Turkish rights, free speech and freedom of expression. "To say that we'll have to pay 45,000 euros fine, that we can be fined up to 45,000 euros with a one year prison sentence, I mean, at some point, you have to say no, it's not acceptable," said an outraged Emma Topcu. Ahmed Celik, a French citizen of Turkish descent, said debating the issue is just creating tensions. "I don't know what they have against us", Amhed said. "This Armenian issue is over a century old, what is it about?" Turkey insists the mass killings of Armenians, up to 1.5 according to historians estimate, occurred during civil unrest as the Ottoman Empire collapsed, with losses on both sides. But it vehemently rejects the term "genocide". Turkey has campaigned to get France to abandon the legislation, threatening to withdraw its ambassador and warning of "grave consequences" to economic and political ties. France is pressing Turkey to own up to its history for the sake of "memory" just as the French have officially recognised the role of the state, the collaborationist Vichy government, in the deportation of Jews to Nazi death camps during World War II. France formally recognised the killings as genocide in 2001, but provided no penalty for anyone denying that. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/904bd635e8fc6da02007edc53ac96ecf Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Teresa Giudice Is Now in Prison
 
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Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice began her 15 month prison sentence on Monday when she turned herself over to authorities. Teresa will serve her sentence at a federal correctional institution in Danbury , Connecticut, the same minimum security prison that the show Orange Is the New Black is based upon. Teresa's attorney, James Leonard, spoke on Today on Monday morning, stating that the reality star is "mentally and emotionally prepared." He also said that Teresa's husband, Joe Giudice, "was somber," and that "the enormity of this entire situation hit him." Once Teresa completes her sentence, her husband Joe will serve a 41 month sentence . http://www.popsugar.com/celebrity/Teresa-Giudice-Starts-Prison-Sentence-36451551 http://www.wochit.com
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Hyundai chairman questioned in bribery, slush fund scandal
 
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SHOTLIST 1. Wide shot of a car drive into a prosecutors'' office 2. Medium shot of Hyundai Motor Co. Chairman Chung Mong-koo ride off from a car 3. Close up from Chung''s foot to face 4. Medium shot of Chung walks to the prosecutors'' office 5. SOUNDBITE (Korean): Hyundai Motor Co. Chairman Chung Mong-koo "I am sorry to the people of the nation. I will answer the prosecutors'' questions." 6. Tilt down from prosecutors'' building to Chung surrounded by photographers 7. Zoom out from Chung to Photographers 8. Medium shot of Chung walks into a prosecutors'' office 9. Medium shot of Hyundai employees 10. Close up a status in the Prosecutors'' building 11. Tilt down from prosecutors'' building to security at outside. STORYLINE: Hyundai Motor Co. Chairman Chung Mong-koo appeared on Monday for questioning by prosecutors about a slush fund scandal engulfing South Korea''s largest carmaker. Chung arrived at the Supreme Prosecutors'' Office in Seoul with his arrival broadcast live on cable news channel YTN. Outside the office, Chung told reporters that he was sorry and that he would answer the prosecutors'' questions. Prosecutors questioned his son, Kia Motors Corp. President Chung Eui-sun, last week. Kia is an affiliate of Hyundai. Prosecutors have been investigating the Hyundai Motor Group over suspicion it embezzled money from affiliates to create a slush fund and used the money, via at least two lobbyists, to seek favours from the government. Over the past month, prosecutors have raided offices of Hyundai and its three affiliates, Kia Motors, logistics unit Glovis Co. and auto-parts maker Hyundai Autonet, and questioned key officials. The lobbyists have been arrested on charges of receiving money from Hyundai in exchange for promises to help the company win construction approvals and permits, and other business favours. It is unclear if the lobbyists bribed government officials. It is illegal in South Korea to accept money in return for exercising influence. Earlier this month, prosecutors questioned two other top Hyundai executives as well as a former deputy governor of the state-run Korea Development Bank. Hyundai announced last week that the two Chungs planned to donate one trillion won (US 1.1 billion dollars) worth of personal assets to society. The company also said it "apologises" for causing concerns to the public over the scandal. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1ed4f4d52fbfe7f2705af65c98806e20 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Happy Together - Lee Honggi, Kim Yuri, Otani Ryohei & more! (2015.10.01)
 
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Click the "Caption" button to activate subtitle! ------------------------------------------------ - Ep.415: [My Friend is a Foreigner Special] On this My Friend's a Foreigner Special, Kim Yuri and Otani Ryohei, Lee Honggi and Fujii Mina, Choi Hee and Fabien visit the cafeteria to talk about their friendships, divulge on when they felt attracted to each other (if they ever did), and then answer quizzes about each other to eat some fusion Italian food prepared by chef Nam Seongyeol. ------------------------------------------------ Subscribe KBS World Official YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/kbsworld ------------------------------------------------ KBS World is a TV channel for international audiences provided by KBS, the flagship public service broadcaster in Korea. Enjoy Korea's latest and most popular K-Drama, K-Pop, K-Entertainment & K-Documentary with multilingual subtitles, by subscribing KBS World official YouTube. ------------------------------------------------ 대한민국 대표 해외채널 KBS World를 유튜브에서 만나세요. KBS World는 전세계 시청자에게 재미있고 유익한 한류 콘텐츠를 영어 자막과 함께 제공하는 No.1 한류 채널입니다. KBS World 유튜브 채널을 구독하고 최신 드라마, K-Pop, 예능, 다큐멘터리 정보를 받아보세요. ------------------------------------------------ [Visit KBS World Official Pages] Homepage: http://www.kbsworld.co.kr Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kbsworld Twitter: http://twitter.com/kbsworldtv Google+: http://plus.google.com/+kbsworldtv KakaoTalk: @kbs_world (http://plus.kakao.com/friend/@kbs_world) Instagram: @kbsworldtv Tumblr: http://kbsworld.tumblr.com
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Mini Thin - City Bitch (Official Video) Country Rap Redneck hick hop
 
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Former hijacker now spends his time building planes
 
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1. Pan of Deir Kanoun village 2. Medium shot for village 3. Various of Hussein Hariri checking book about airplanes 4. Various of Hariri drawing and sketching planes 5. Various Hariri working on his plane 6. Set up shot for Hussein Hariri 7. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Hussein Hariri "The aim was to hijack the plane then take it to Beirut International airport in order to apply pressure. My aim was not to kill or make terror. I live in an occupied country. There is an international resolution that calls Israel to withdraw from South Lebanon." 8. Cutaway 9. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Hussein Hariri "The plane landed in Geneva and negotiations began. The first 20 minutes, then the second with the control tour. (cutaway of hands) After 4 hours and a half of negotiations, the Swiss authorities order the Swiss police to attack the plane. They attacked the plane and exchange of fire took place. One French passenger was killed and an African was wounded and I was detained." 10. Newspapers citing the incident 11. SOUNDBITE : (Arabic) Hussein Hariri "I was in Geneva prison when I saw on TV a programme about airplanes at the beginning of the last century. There is one picture that affected me a lot and encouraged me to study. When they transferred me to Lausanne prison, I worked in the prison library which had about 10 thousand books. It was affiliated with Lausanne University. I was able to get any book I wanted in 3 or 4 days. I began to widen my knowledge in the World War One and Two airplanes and little by little I began to learn more sophisticated techniques. I had one hope which was to come back to Lebanon in order to achieve my goals in aviation." 12. Pictures from magazines 13. Newspapers 14. Sitting in his airplane. 15. SOUNDBITE : (Arabic) Hussein Hariri "Now if you ask me to hijack a plane, I would tell you I am not doing this anymore. It is true that I suffered a lot for 17 years but it was very profitable. I learned the western civilisation and began rich on the intellectual level because I knew what's the Arab and Islamic civilisation and at the same time the western one. I am a peaceful man now and I don't want to present any danger to anyone.'' 16. Working on the plane LEAD IN Hussein Hariri spent 17 years in a Swiss prison for the 1987 hijacking of an Air Afrique flight from Brazzaville to Paris. Now back in his native Lebanon he has found his passion - building planes. He claims he's now a peaceful man whose biggest dream is to fly one of his own planes. STORYLINE: Deir Kanoun el Naher, is a quiet village near the Lebanese Israeli Southern border. One resident, Hussein Hariri sits in a garden outside his small house sketching plans for his own airplane. The leafy surroundings are a long way from the Swiss prison cells where he spent 17 years. Much of that time was passed day dreaming about building his own plane. Hariri was given a life sentence for hijacking an Air Afrique flight from Brazzaville to Paris in 1987. He killed one passenger and seriously injured a flight attendant in the incident. Hariri says he want to draw international attention to situation in Southern Lebanon. At that time part of South Lebanon was under the Israeli occupation, and there were Lebanese prisoners in Israel. During his time in prison in Switzerland, Hussein became interested in aeronautics and began to educate himself. Despite having no formal qualifications, when he was released and returned to his village he decided to build a plane for himself. Hariri says he regrets what he did, and that he no longer has any political affiliations and is committed to a peaceful life. His dream of flying his own plane is not yet realised however. Keyword- aircraft aviation wacky You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b455c9663d601358523d249151a3159f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Latest scenes, reax after government intervention
 
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(21 Feb 2009) 1. Various of Allen Stanford's house 2. Wide of Bank of Antigua building 3. Bank sign on building 4. Close-up of sign reading: (English) "Bank of Antigua" 5. Walking shot of Edward Smith, former head of Stanford International Bank 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Edward Smith, former head of Stanford International Bank: "Certainly the fallout is going to be significant for Antigua and Barbuda, not only in terms of the offshore institutions but for Bank of Antigua which is the local entity, from my perspective." 7. Woman going into Bank of Antigua 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Marcia Millet, employee of the Stanford Development company: "I'm not worried one bit, never have, never will, I know from day one all these allegations that are brought against him - I know he's going to clear up his name and I know everything is going to be ok. So I would encourage everybody who is rushing into the bank to take away their account or their saving, there is nothing to save, it is already saved." 9. Notice posted in window of Bank of Antigua 10. Close-up of notice reading "Our inspections reveal the bank is sound...." 11. Wide shot of some of Stanford's offices on the waterfront, ocean seen behind 12. Close shot of entrance to offices 13. Wide shot of quay next to offices 14. Wide shot from above of hangars and airstrip owned by Stanford 15. Wide shot of hangars from the ground, planes parked beside 16. Medium shot of hangars 17. Closer shot of hangars, planes STORYLINE There was apparent calm in Antigua on Saturday after Caribbean regulators took control of an Antiguan bank owned by Texas billionaire R. Allen Stanford to prevent its collapse. The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, the monetary authority for eight island economies in the region, said the Bank of Antigua's board of directors requested the intervention because of the "untenable situation" at its three branches in the twin-island nation of Antigua and Barbuda. At the entrance of the bank owned by Stanford a letter posted on the window said " the inspection of the bank had revealed it was sound". All during the past week depositors rushed to pull their money after the American financier was accused of fraud. On Saturday, a vehement Marcia Millet, an employee of the Stanford Development company, said she wasn't worried in the least and added she was sure Stanford would clear his name. The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has accused Stanford of running an 8 (b) billion US dollar financial fraud scheme. The former head of Stanford International Bank said the fallout of the bank would have enormous implications for the islands of Antigua and Barbuda. The Central Bank governor did not disclose how much money had been pulled from the bank since Tuesday (Feb 17th) , when US authorities announced civil fraud charges against Stanford but warned that the bank could face liquidity problems. Separately, Antigua's Financial Services Regulatory Commission, which regulates offshore banking, appointed a British firm, Vantis Business Recovery Services, as a receiver of Stanford International Bank and Stanford Trust Company. The SEC filed a civil lawsuit this week against Stanford, two of his colleagues, his Antigua-based Stanford International Bank and two related entities. A federal district court judge in Dallas gave the receiver power to seize assets and records of Stanford and his companies and two of his lieutenants. The receiver said on Friday that he had ordered a halt to all sales of certificates of deposit by Stanford companies. He warned investors would not be able to access to their cash or transfer funds out of their accounts "for the foreseeable future". You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4717187a133be14aa384e535012f4085 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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House On A Checkpoint. A Year After Donetsk People's Republic
 
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"If I only took 1 hryvnia per photo I would have rebuilt it all already", says Illia Lazarenko, Semenivka (a village in Donetsk region located near Sloviansk) local, standing on the ruins of his house. Al Jazeera, The Washington Post, and local news, they've all depicted the war in Ukraine using the photograph of this destroyed house with red roof. The house on a checkpoint was one of the first to come under shelling in May, 2014. Hromadske stays in touch with the owner from the very beginning, since the DNR rebels have left Sloviansk. Not that many of expectations have come true. Illia and his wife together cleared the place, renewed their business, selling plants. Illia was a landscape designer before the war, and even though there's no need for professions like that in Donbas nowadays, he still tries to revive the business. Hromadske spoke with Sloviansk locals and authorities to tell the story about changes in Sloviansk and surroundings one year after retaking it by Ukrainian Army. Get up to speed on Ukraine. Follow Hromadske! http://en.hromadske.tv/ Download our iOS app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hromadske-international/id939997814 Ukraine, Explained. https://medium.com/@Hromadske Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HromadskeInternational Twitter: https://twitter.com/hromadske YouTube: http://bit.ly/1xlJqL6
U.K. Sinha: Rajat Gupta Would Not Have Been Caught If The Case Had Happened in India
 
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In this Idea Exchange, moderated by Editor (Mumbai) Shaji Vikraman, SEBI chairman U K Sinha defends relaxing of norms for listing start-ups, talks of steps the regulator has taken to boost retail investor confidence, says some of SEBI’s rules are “more stringent” than that of the Companies Act and argues that phone-tapping powers can be misused. See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/every-market-misconduct-dubbed-scam-has-taken-capital-market-back-by-10-years-sebi-chairman-uk-sinha/#sthash.wWe4LQzo.dpuf
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Havel at debate amid 20th anniv Velvet Rev celebrations, file
 
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(16 Nov 2009) FILE: Prague, November 1989 1. Aerial of crowds in street 2. Pull out from protestors occupying building to wide of demonstrators 3. Demonstrators applauding Prague, 16 November 2009 4. Wide of Vaclav Square 5. Photograph exhibition about Velvet Revolution in Vaclav Square 6. Close up of photograph of policeman and protesters 7. Wide of people looking at exhibition 8. Close up of photograph of protester being dragged away by police 9. SOUNDBITE: (Czech) Miroslav Cernik, former dissident, vox pop: "I am not very happy with the situation today and I have to say that. Yes, I am glad about the freedom and the economy, and personally I am doing well, however I am upset about many things in our country. I think we missed many chances." 10. Pan of people looking at exhibition 11. SOUNDBITE: (Czech) Pavel (no last name given), student, vox pop: "I was only six years old then. My family was very against the communist regime, so I was raised in a family where no one was a member of communist party. Personally, I am very against communism even though I didn't practically experience that time." 12. People looking at exhibition FILE: Prague, November 1989 13. Vaclav Havel, leader of Velvet Revolution, walking on to balcony 14. Crowd waving flags 15. Close up of Havel Prague, 14 November 2009 16. Wide of Charles University Faculty of Philosophy 17. Students walking into building 18. Students and visitors waiting to enter hall 19. Close up banner reading (Czech) "It happened already" (referring to Velvet Revolution demonstrations) 20. Havel walking into hall 21. Wide of lecture hall 22. SOUNDBITE: (Czech) Vaclav Havel, former Czech president and leader of the Velvet Revolution: "When I made a speech at the Vaclav Square demonstrations, I felt I should say something exciting, something poetic at the end, so I said, 'Truth and love must win against lies and hate'. For that poetic sentence I have been facing derision for 20 years." 23. Wide of students listening 24. Wide of Havel and other speakers 25. Students listening 26. SOUNDBITE: (Czech) Vaclav Havel, former Czech president and leader of the Velvet Revolution: "I have to finish this debate with some poetic line, so I say, 'People watch out!'" 27. Wide of students applauding STORYLINE The Czech Republic is marking the 20th anniversary of its Velvet Revolution that peacefully toppled communism in the former Czechoslovakia. In Prague's Vaclav Square on Monday, people stopped to view a free exhibition of photographs from November 1989 showing some of the huge crowds that took to the streets to protest against the Communist regime. Former President Vaclav Havel engaged students in a political debate at the Charles University's Faculty of Arts in Prague on Saturday as part of events to mark the anniversary. Recalling his speech to the crowds in Vaclav Square in 1989, he said he felt he "should say something exciting, something poetic at the end." "I said, 'Truth and love must win against lies and hate'. For that poetic sentence I have been facing derision for 20 years," he jokingly told the students. Havel, now 73, is also a poet, playwright and essayist, and is known for mixing politics with the arts. He was co-author of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and spent several years in Communist prisons before becoming Czechoslovakia's first president after the peaceful 1989 revolution. Czechoslovakia split in 1993 to form the Czech Republic and Slovakia, which today refers to the 1989 events as the Gentle Revolution. The celebrations are expected to peak on Tuesday with music and rallies throughout the country. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/97f499b2347420196c751bdc40579313 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian MP delegation meets Iraqi VP plus latest on Al Samud missiles
 
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Baghdad 1. Mid shot of Taha Yassin Ramadan, Iraqi vice president, at meeting 2. Various of Russian delegation, including Gennady Zyuganov, meeting with Ramadan 3. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Gennady Zyuganov, Russian Communist Party Leader: "I have regular meetings with (Russian president Vladimir) Putin as well as with the foreign minister (Igor Ivanov) who recently attending our hearing (at parliament). And we exchange information. It is our formal national goal to prevent war and uphold our national interest. We understand what war is and what national interests are." 4. Various of Zyuganov leaving in car Al-Karama 5. Al-Samud 2 missile at Al-Karama (30 kilometres north of Baghdad) 6. Employees towing missile 7. Close up Al-Samud 2 missile 8. Close up of markings on missile 9. Medium of Al-Samud Missile 10. Various of UN seal on missile 11. Al-Samud 2 missiles in storage 12. Wide shot of Al-Karama entrance STORYLINE Russian Communist Party leader, Gennady Zyuganov, met with Iraqi president Saddam Hussein and other top ranking Iraqi officials on Wednesday morning. Following his two-hour-long meeting with Saddam, Zyuganov said the talks were "an exchange of information" which would be relayed to Russian president Vladimir Putin in Moscow. The Russians have resisted US calls for tougher enforcement of UN Resolution 1441 at the Security Council, but have left open the possibility of accepting a second resolution if Iraq does not disarm. Zyuganov also met with Iraqi Vice-President Taha Yassin Ramadan, along with his parliamentary delegation. The meeting was held to discuss the Russian position with regards to any new UN resolution over Iraq, and to exchange views on the Russian position in the Security Council. Russia is owed a reported nine (b) billion (US) dollars by Saddam's government, and has recently signed a large deal to develop new oil fields in the south of the country. Also on Wednesday, the Iraqi Ministry of Information took selected groups of journalists on a tour of the Al-Karama Missile Factory, near Baghdad . The tour was to show UN inspectors sealed missiles at the site. Iraq's UN Ambassador, Mohammed Al-Dhouri said on Wednesday that Iraq might accept the destruction of the missiles, which both the US and the UN say exceed UN-imposed limits on range. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0d41168a1768ac402fa895ec7753d3c3 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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American woman cleared of killing fellow traveller and released
 
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June 23, 2003 1. Various of Kenzi Snider and her mother, Heath Bozonie, walking through and out of a subway station 2. Various shots of Kenzi and her mother being interviewed 3. Wide shot of set up 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kenzi Snider, US student: "Yeah, it is exhilarating. It's kind of a wonderful feeling that I can... I appreciate the small things now. They have become much bigger. Just this morning I had a bagel, and it's like - that's a bagel! I can enjoy the things I miss and appreciate the things I haven't experienced before now. " 5. Close up a Kenzi's eyes 6. Medium shot of Kenzi and her mother 7. Tilt down from Kenzi to her hands 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kenzi Snider, US student "I think I had felt the whole range of emotions from happy to sad to angry to .. the most prominent one, I think, would be frustration. There is, I have been smack, bang in the middle of a culture that I didn't have much experience with before and then there is no escape." FILE - March 6, 2003 9. Wide shot of Kenzi getting off a prison bus to go the court in Seoul June 23, 2003 10. Wide shot of Kenzi during interview 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kenzi Snider, US student "Other than the fact that I brought her back to her room, I brought her back to her room and I helped her get ready for the shower. Then I went back to my room." 12. Kenzi and Heath, her mother, having lunch 13. Close up of Heath Bozonie, Kenzi's mother 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kenzi Snider, US student "But I hope that they realise that I am a daughter too which means that my mother has to go through this too, so if they can remove themselves from how close (they are ) and how much this hurts them hopefully they will see that mothers and families and brothers are being affected by this too." (voice starts to crack as she holds back tears) 15. Close up of Kenzi's eyes 16. Pan from the city view to Kenzi and her mother having lunch 17. Till up of Kenzi using a fork 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Heath Bozonie, Kenzi's mother "There was no sense of humiliation whatsoever. I was, in fact, very proud of her behaviour. She met the issues, she went straight forward, she held her head up high, she was honest, she had a very tough decision and I am very proud of her decision. And I am very proud of her decision that she would rather face the consequences and not lie. She has to look at herself in the mirror every day of her life." 19. Wide shot of Kenzi and her mother leaving the restaurant 20. Kenzi and her mother getting on the elevator STORYLINE: A 21-year-old American woman, whose been in a South Korean prison for six months, has spoken of her exhilaration at being freed, after a court acquitted her of on charges of beating another US exchange student to death for allegedly making unwanted sexual advances. A Seoul District Court judge ruled on Thursday that there wasn't enough evidence to convict Kenzi Snider of killing Jamie Lynn Penich at a Seoul motel in 2001. Both Snider and Penich, a 21-year-old University of Pittsburgh student from Derry Township, Pennsylvania, were exchange students in South Korea at the time. Prosecutors had said Snider beat and stomped Penich to death in a rage triggered when Penich tried to undress Snider after the two kissed in a motel room. Both women had been dancing and drinking at a bar in Seoul with two US soldiers on the night of Penich's death. Snider confessed to the killing during questioning by FBI and US Army investigators in the United States before her extradition to South Korea in December. South Korean prosecutors indicted her on homicide charges in January and sought a seven-year prison sentence. But she later said she'd been coerced into making the confession. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d5eb613e2427a3f21a9124cba214913a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Israel releases Palestinian prisoners to the Gaza Strip, cross border
 
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SHOTLIST Palestinian side of Erez crossing, between Gaza strip and Israel - October 2, 2007 1. Wide of released Palestinian prisoners crossing the Israeli border into the Gaza Strip 2. Mid to pull out of prisoners being greeted as they pass through the border 3. Prisoners walking out of crossing gate, ducking down to escape Israeli fire, AUDIO: gunfire 4. Medium of released prisoner carried on relatives' shoulders 5. Medium of prisoner hugging with relatives 6. Various of Palestinian prisoner, Abdel Hadi Hassanen, hugging family members 7. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Abdel Hadi Hassanen, released prisoner: "We are very happy to meet our relatives, but our happiness is not complete because our prisoners and the sons of this nation are inside jail until now." 8. Group of Palestinians running with and hugging released prisoner 9. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Hassan Hassanen, father of prisoner who was released: "I'm the happiest person in the world. It is like I'm walking on air." 10. Released prisoners going on bus 11. Mid of packed bus. STORYLINE Israel sent another 29 Palestinian prisoners back to the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, completing a release meant as a goodwill gesture ahead of a U.S.-sponsored Middle East peace conference later this year. The release of the Gaza prisoners was held up for a day after Israel's military chief expressed reservations over the move. In the first stage of the release, Israel freed 57 prisoners to the West Bank on Monday. On Tuesday, as the Gaza prisoners walked through the Erez border crossing, they were greeted by a large crowd of relatives. When ecstatic family members rushed toward the terminal, Israeli soldiers briefly opened fire, wounding two people, witnesses said. The army confirmed a large group approached the border, and it fired into the air, and then at people's legs, to disperse the crowd. The army said one person was wounded. As the released prisoners left the terminal, relatives hugged them and carried them on their shoulders. One released prisoner, Abdel Hadi Hassanen, said he was happy to see his family again. "But our happiness is not complete because our prisoners and the sons of this nation are inside jail until now," he said. The prisoners were overwhelmingly members of Fatah, the moderate movement of President Mahmoud Abbas, which lost power to the militant group, Hamas, in June. The crowd sang Fatah songs and held yellow Fatah flags. With the November summit approaching, Israel is trying to bolster Abbas in his standoff with Hamas. None of the freed prisoners were affiliated with the Islamic militant group, which Israel considers a terrorist organisation. Abbas now rules from his West Bank stronghold and he has little influence over the goings-on in Gaza. Israel approved this week's prisoner release, which coincides with the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in an effort to build trust ahead of the summit. But after Monday's release in the West Bank, the Gaza portion was mysteriously delayed for unspecified "technical" reasons. Israeli officials said President Shimon Peres, who must authorise sentence commutations, did not sign off on the Gazans' release until late on Monday. Security officials said military chief Lieutenant General Gabi Ashkenazi sent Peres a letter saying it was "immoral" to release Gazans held by Israel while Hamas-linked militants in Gaza continue to hold Corporal Gilad Shalit. Peres' office would not comment. Militants linked to Hamas captured Shalit in June 2006 after they tunnelled under a fence separating Gaza from Israel and attacked an Israeli army base. Two other soldiers were killed. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2bb480280bc237c87b24a47aeb7e713a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Lesson 30: How to Interrogate in Hindi
 
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Hindi-University is a non-profit project based in Washington DC with the mission of being a leader in Hindi language education and a unique hub for cultural exchange. Hindi-University uses social-media (i.e. Youtube, Facebook, Udemy etc.) as an online forum to facilitate teaching individuals across the globe. I have been teaching the Hindi language in Washington DC since 2006. Upon their request of my students, I have created a Youtube channel, which I update regularly. I consistently receive requests, questions, and appreciative comments from many language enthusiasts across the globe. I am motivated to upload more informative lectures so that language can become a medium to connect people from different community. This is one of my ways to give something back to the community Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hindi-University/194106577297438 Twitter: https://twitter.com/hindiuniversity Share with Hindi University: https://www.paypal.me/hindiuniversity
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WRAP Premier on Taiwan, Hong Kong, currency, death penalty
 
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SHOTLIST 1. Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao walks onto podium and waves to media 2. Wide pan of presser 3. Medium of Wen 4. Cutaway of media 5. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Wen Jiabao, Chinese Premier: "China is too big with numerous problems and they are very complicated. It will require our people to face these difficulties directly, be fully determined and never give up." 5. Cutaway 6. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Wen Jiabao, Chinese Premier: "This (anti-secession) law is meant to curb and oppose the Taiwan independence forces. Peace can only be maintained once the Taiwan independence forces are stopped and this is conducive for Taiwanese and foreigners to invest in mainland China." 7. Wide pan of presser 8. Wide of Wen in presser 9. Cutaway 10. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Wen Jiabao, Chinese Premier: "This work (for the re-evaluation of Renminbi) is now under process. As to the timing, the reform measures to be adopted may come unexpectedly." 11. Cutaway 12. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Wen Jiabao, Chinese Premier: "The election of a new chief executive will strictly be based on the Hong Kong Basic Law and related laws. I am confident that the Hong Kong people can manage Hong Kong well." 13. Cutaway 14. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Wen Jiabao, Chinese Premier: "Top priority for this government is to strengthen and improve micro-regulation work to maintain the stable and fast development of China." 15. Cutaway 16. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Wen Jiabao, Chinese Premier: "The Taiwan issue is China's internal affairs. We will not allow interference from other countries. We do not wish to see foreign interference. However, we do not fear foreign interference." 17. Tilt-down of presser 18. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Wen Jiabao, Chinese Premier: "China is reforming this legal system, including the above mentioned death penalty, which is being allocated to the supreme people's court. However, due to our national conditions, we cannot abolish the death penalty. More than half of the countries in the world have a death penalty system but we will guarantee prudence and justice in the use of the death penalty." 19. Wide shot of presser STORYLINE Premier Wen Jiabao said a law passed on Monday by China's parliament authorising force if rival Taiwan pursued formal independence was meant to protect Taiwan's business interests. At a news conference in Beijing, he said the anti-secession law was meant "to curb and oppose the Taiwan independence forces". "Peace can only be maintained once the Taiwan independence forces are stopped and this is conducive for Taiwanese and foreigners to invest in mainland China," the premier said. Wen made the comments after China's parliament approved the anti-secessionist law a day after President Hu Jintao told the Chinese military to be prepared for war. The ceremonial National People's Congress passed the law despite US appeals for restraint and warnings by Taiwan that it would damage regional stability and tenuous relations between Beijing and Taipei. The law doesn't give details of what specific developments might trigger an attack. It adds no new threats or conditions, but it codifies the measures for authorising military action. Taiwan and China split in 1949, but Beijing claims the island as its territory and has threatened repeatedly to attack if Taiwan pursues formal independence or puts off talks on unification. Wen reiterated China's assertion that Taiwan was strictly an internal Chinese matter and cautioned outsiders not to get involved. "We do not wish to see foreign interference," Wen said, adding, "However, we do not fear foreign interference." Changes could come unexpectedly, Wen, the country's top economic official, said at the news conference. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/02114a7ed1a255ac1130e01e7a533f4e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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banking institute in delhi
 
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As per the industry requirements AIBF lays strong emphasis on continuous development of current finance professionals & aspirants after identifying their potentials. [http://www.aibf.co.in]
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Reax as murder appeal comes to a close
 
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(23 Sep 2011) SHOTLIST 1. Wide shot Amanda Knox entering courtroom and greeting relatives 2. Close up Amanda Knox 3. Medium shot (from left) Edda Mellas, mother of Amanda Knox, Carlo Dalla Vedova, Knox defence lawyer, Curt Knox, father, Chris Mellas, stepfather 4. Medium shot Giuliano Mignini, prosecutor 5. Close up case file 6. Close up Mignini, prosecutor 7. Wide shot court 8. Close up Amanda Knox 9. Medium shot Amanda and her father 10. Close up Raffaele Sollecito and his lawyer 11. Wide shot jury entering 12. Mid of police 13. Mid of Amanda Knox entering after lunch break 14. Wide of crowd of cameramen at court gate 15. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Luca Maori, Raffaele Sollecito''s defence lawyer: "The prosecutor did not take into account a crucial fact, that the departmental investigation has been completely reviewed during these second degree proceedings." 16. Medium shot Curt Knox, Amanda''s father leaving 17. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Edda Mellas, Amanda Knox''s mother: "No. I don''t think they (the prosecution) presented anything that contradicts anything." 18. Wide shot cameramen surrounding Prosecutor Giuliano Mignini 19. SOUNDBITE (Italian), Giuliano Mignini, prosecutor: "I spoke extensively and I think I touched on all the aspects that needed to be illustrated." 20. Mid shot Mignini leaving 21. SOUNDBITE (Italian), Francesco Maresca, Lawyer for the family of Meredith Kercher: "In the last few months we spoke only about two forensic elements, the clasp of the bra and the knife. Finally today the prosecutor illustrated all the evidence in this trial. They did it extensively and in a satisfying way in order to give to the jury all the elements to decide with certainty." 22. Close up placard reading appeal court 23. Wide shot courthouse STORYLINE Italian prosecutors urged an appeals court on Friday to uphold the murder conviction of Amanda Knox despite what they called a media campaign in support of the American student, asking the jurors to think instead of the young victim whose life was brutally ended. In the first round of closing arguments that took seven hours, the prosecutors summed up circumstantial evidence, testimony and other clues they believe point solely to Knox and Raffaele Sollecito. They sought to move past a recent independent review of genetic evidence, which cast doubt on key traces used to link the defendants to the murder and dealt a significant blow to the prosecution''s case. Prosecutors will wrap up their arguments on Saturday. They could seek stiffer sentences, including life imprisonment or ask the court to uphold the current jail terms. A verdict is expected at the end of September or early October. Knox and Sollecito were convicted of sexually assaulting and murdering Knox''s British roommate, Meredith Kercher, on the night of Nov. 1, 2007, when they were all students in Perugia. Knox was sentenced to 26 years in prison; Sollecito to 25. Both deny wrongdoing and have appealed the lower court''s verdict in December 2009. Speaking in a packed courtroom, the prosecutors sought to focus the jury''s attention on Kercher and her family''s pain, against a backdrop of what they described as media fascination with the photogenic Knox. The prosecutors argue that the 21-year-old Kercher was the victim of a drug-fueled sex assault. In the first trial, the prosecutors had sought life sentences - Italy''s stiffest punishment. Like the defendant, they have also appealed the lower court''s verdict, as they can in Italy. The prosecutors also addressed the results of an independent review of DNA evidence, which said much of the genetic evidence used to convict Knox and Sollecito was faulty. The Kerchers are expected to travel to Perugia for the verdict. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/cce09fbc691ac3e6ada4d81c2b443cfd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Alarcon and US on exile's asylum request reports
 
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SHOTLIST Havana, Cuba - 9 May 2005 1. Wide shot soldiers marching 2. Medium shot Raul Castro Ruz, minister of Cuban armed forces 3. Wide shot wreath-laying ceremony 4. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Ricardo Alarcon, Cuban parliament speaker "The New York Times has informed millions of Americans today a truth that all Cubans have known for over two months, but has been hidden from many people in that country: Mr. Luis Posada Carriles is there (in the United States)." 5. Wide shot soldiers at attention 6. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Ricardo Alarcon, President of Cuban Parliament: "From this day on, it will be very difficult for the current US administration to continue protecting within their territory Mr. Luis Posada Carriles, while continuing to say they have no idea where he is. Our response is: Sir, read today's New York Times, May 9th!" 7. Reverse shot soldier and Alarcon at podium 8. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Ricardo Alarcon, President of Cuban Parliament: "As the great New York newspaper affirms in their headline, the presence of Posada Carriles in the United States puts Bush's true politics against terrorism to the test!" 9. Soldiers marching in front of Castro and dignitaries Washington DC, USA - 9 May 10. Wide shot of State Department briefing in progress 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Casey, Acting US State Department Spokesman: "Certainly to date, we haven't got any request for the extradition of Luis Posada Carriles from Venezuela or from any other government. In terms how extradition requests would be handled or what existing arrangements there are with Venezuela, again, I have to leave it to the justice department. In terms of where he presently is, I think it is fair to say, we don't know but, in terms of what information might be available or what people would do in border points, that is something that, again, I have to refer you to the department of Homeland Security for that." 15.Cutaway 16. Wide of briefing File 17. Various of Posada Carriles during Panama trial STORYLINE A Cuban exile wanted in connection with the bombing of a Cuban passenger plane in 1976 has applied for political asylum in the US, a Department of Homeland Security official suggested on Monday. The official, who wished to remain anonymous, said Luis Posada Carriles, 77, would have to prove that he had a well-founded fear of persecution in a country to which he could be deported to be eligible for political asylum. Posada, a former senior officer of the Venezuelan intelligence service, denies involvement in the bombing, which killed 73 people, including 24 members of Cuba's national fencing team. Born in Cuba, Posada Carriles also has Venezuelan citizenship and is accused by Venezuelan courts of both the airplane bombing and treason. Posada was twice acquitted of the bombing and escaped in 1985 from a Venezuelan prison while awaiting sentence on a third trial. Posada and three associates were accused of plotting to kill Cuba's Fidel Castro in Panama during a conference in 2001. He was imprisoned there and pardoned by former President Mireya Moscoso last year. President Fidel Castro has called Posada "the most famous and cruel terrorist of the Western Hemisphere" and had repeatedly demanded Posada's extradition to Venezuela. Cuba's National Assembly President Ricardo Alarcon on Monday made reference to a New York Times story regarding Posada Carriles that appeared earlier in the day. The article suggested that if Posada Carriles was in the US and aimed to seek political asylum, it would raise questions about President George W. Bush's stance that no nation should harbour known terrorists. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/47881b4e9fccadbf2d3d63100935fcbe Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Oklahoma Man On Death Row May Be Innocent
 
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“He is innocent,” the attorney for Richard Glossip, who is scheduled to die by lethal injection in two days, told reporters Monday morning. As time runs out for Glossip, whom the Supreme Court ruled in June could be executed with a controversial cocktail of drugs, his attorneys are asking Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R) to delay his execution for 60 days as they gather new evidence. The defense has zeroed in on the questionable credibility of Justin Sneed, whose testimony that Glossip masterminded the murder of Bobby Van Treese comprises the foundation of the case against the death row inmate. Sneed, a handyman at the hotel where the murder took place, cut a deal with prosecutors to testify that Glossip, his manager, had pressured him to beat the hotel owner to death. In exchange for his testimony, Sneed avoided a death sentence of his own and now lives in a medium security prison. Glossip has maintained his innocence since being convicted in 1997. Join #FOWLERNATION!! http://bit.ly/SubscribeFowlerNation Become a Patron! http://Patreon.com/FowlerShow 3 Steps To Join #FowlerNation! 1. Subscribe To The Fowler Show: http://bit.ly/SubscribeFowlerNation 2. 'Like' The Richard Fowler Show on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RichardFowlerShow 3. 'Follow' Us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/fowlershow These Patrons make the Fowler Show possible ($20+ monthly donation on Patreon.com/FowlerShow) & we couldn't do it without them! Truthservers.com Are you a fan of The Fowler Show? Become a Patron & help support independent media! Learn more here: http://www.patreon.com/fowlershow Want to help out but don't have any money to donate? Donate your account & help us get our stories out on social media. Learn more here: http://www.donateyouraccount.com/fowlershow If you liked this clip, share it with your friends and hit that "like" button! 1,500 Subscriber Behind The Scenes Reward Video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LT9x1PvQTBU Subscribe to our Podcast on iTunes for free! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-richard-fowler-show/id510713880 @fowlershow @richardafowler http://www.facebook.com/richardfowlershow http://www.fowlershow.com http://fowlershow.tumblr.com/ STORY: http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2015/09/14/3701266/glossip-attorneys-last-ditch-effort/
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Translation Matters
 
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Why is translation, which formerly referred to a set of restricted technical procedures taking place between two languages, now widely understood to be the basis of all human culture? What is it about this dynamic principle of displacement, exchange, and creative renewal that also links it to the exercise of political power and the possession of linguistic/literary capital? Why do some still consider it a necessary evil, while others regard it as a testimony to the rich diversity of human expression? Because its processes are so pervasive a feature of thought and experience, we must ask, on the one hand, does anything escape translation? And on the other hand, we must also ask, is everything (ultimately) translatable? Translation Studies as a field has grown tremendously in the last two decades. This event will focus on translation as a psychic, aesthetic, and cultural phenomenon. We are extremely fortunate to have with us a group of celebrated literary translators and theorists of translation, who work in different languages and across genres and periods. Their distinctive insights into this most significant and challenging enterprise will remind us of the countless ways we all live in translation and are subject to its elusive and reverberating implications. Participants: David Bellos Professor of French and Comparative Literature, Princeton University Bella Brodzki Professor of Comparative Literature, Sarah Lawrence Suzanne Jill Levine Director of Translation Studies, the University of California, Santa Barbara Mark Polizzotti Author, Director of the Publications Program at The Metropolitan Museum of Art Michelle Woods Associate Professor of English, SUNY New Paltz
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Saving the World Economy: Paul Krugman and Olivier Blanchard in Conversation
 
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Two of the foremost experts on the international economy, Paul Krugman and Olivier Blanchard, engage in a discussion about recent crises around the world and how to prevent global economic collapse. Paul Krugman is a Nobel Prize-winning economist, noted New York Times columnist and author, and distinguished professor in the Ph.D. Program in Economics at the Graduate Center. Olivier Blanchard, chief economist at the International Monetary Fund from 2008 to 2015, is a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics and Robert M. Solow Professor of Economics emeritus at MIT. Presented on December 7, 2015, by GC Public Programs and the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies.
Jim Butcher: "The Aeronaut's Windlass" | Talks at Google
 
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New York Times bestselling author Jim Butcher stops by Google to talk about his latest novel "The Aeronaut's Windlass." Book description: Since time immemorial, the Spires have sheltered humanity, towering for miles over the mist-shrouded surface of the world. Within their halls, aristocratic houses have ruled for generations, developing scientific marvels, fostering trade alliances, and building fleets of airships to keep the peace. Captain Grimm commands the merchant ship, Predator. Fiercely loyal to Spire Albion, he has taken their side in the cold war with Spire Aurora, disrupting the enemy’s shipping lines by attacking their cargo vessels. But when the Predator is severely damaged in combat, leaving captain and crew grounded, Grimm is offered a proposition from the Spirearch of Albion—to join a team of agents on a vital mission in exchange for fully restoring Predator to its fighting glory. And even as Grimm undertakes this dangerous task, he will learn that the conflict between the Spires is merely a premonition of things to come. Humanity’s ancient enemy, silent for more than ten thousand years, has begun to stir once more. And death will follow in its wake… The Aeronaut's Windlass is available now for purchase: https://goo.gl/NgB07T Talk moderated by Dana Han-Klein
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