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The Aspen Institute interviewed US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman on the recent Russian annexation of Crimea, the humanitarian crisis in Syria, and US-Iran nuclear talks.

Recorded: March 25, 2014

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MEA ARCHAEOLOGY
SOURCE: AP TELEVISION
RESTRICTIONS: HORIZONS CLIENTS AND AP LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY CLIENTS ONLY
LENGTH: 6.15

AP Television
Jabaliyah, Gaza Strip – July 21, 2013
1. Close French archaeologist sweeping away sand from Byzantine mosaic
2. Mid Ecole Biblique archaeologist, Jean-Baptiste Humbert, sweeping away sand from Byzantine mosaic
3. Close-up human figure on Byzantine mosaic
4. Pan from right to left, close details of lion on Byzantine mosaic
5. Close lion on Byzantine mosaic
6. Wide Byzantine mosaic
7. Various Ecole Biblique archaeologist, Jean-Baptiste Humbert, spreading water over Byzantine mosaic
8. Various close-up details of Byzantine mosaic
AP Television
Jerusalem – 6 July 2013
9. SOUNDBITE (English): Jean-Baptiste Humbert, Ecole Biblique archeologist
“Archeology in Gaza is everywhere, because it was a small land, like an oasis, you know?…very rich oasis, with gardens, cities and you have settlements, dwellings, fortresses, cities everywhere.”
AP Television
St. Hilarion monastery site, Central Gaza Strip – July 21, 2013
10. Wide pan right to left of St. Hilarion monastery archaeological site
11. Various St. Hilarion monastery columns on the ground
12. Wide cole Biblique archaeologist, Jean-Baptiste Humbert, walking at St. Hilarion monastery
AP Television
Jerusalem – 6 July 2013
13. SOUNDBITE (English): Jean-Baptiste Humbert, Ecole Biblique archeologist
“I can tell you that twenty years ago 95% of the potential, archaeological potential of Gaza was safe. Now half disappeared due to the conditions, political and economic conditions, demographic conditions”
AP Television
St. Hilarion monastery site, Central Gaza Strip – July 21, 2013
14. Wide St. Hilarion monastery archaeological site
15. Wide mosaic at St. Hilarion monastery
16. Close-up detail of mosaic at St. Hilarion monastery
AP Television
Tel Es-Sakan site, Central Gaza Strip – July 21, 2013
17. Wide Tel Es-Sakan archaeological site
18. Mid Ecole Biblique archeologist, Jean-Baptist Humbert, walking down Tes Es-Sakan site
19. Close-up remains of mud brick ramparts
20. Wide Tel Es-Sakan site and Palestine university visible on background
21. Wide buildings near Tel Es-Sakan site
AP Television
Jerusalem – 6 July 2013
22. SOUNDBITE (English): Jean-Baptiste Humbert, Ecole Biblique archaeologist
“Gaza is a construction field you know and that is why the archaeologist is like a mad man running here, running here to try to check what is in process of destruction.”
AP Television
Gaza City, Gaza Strip – 25 July 2013
23. Pan left to right Gaza City
24. Various narrow alleys and Gaza City residents
AP Television
Gaza City, Gaza Strip – 21 July 2013
25. Establishing shot Deputy Minister of Gaza Tourism and Antiquities, Mohammed Khella
26. SOUNDBITE (Arabic): Mohammed Khella, Deputy Minister of Gaza Tourism and Antiquities
“It’s possible to preserve the sites, but if we want to be able to develop or restore the sites, that needs experts and cadres and this is what the (Antiquities) Ministry lacks because our staff are new. Almost all of the old employees withdrew from the Ministry in 2006 and that led to hiring new employees who don’t have enough experience; we can only rely on what they have studied at university.”
AP Television
Tel Rafah, Southern Gaza Strip – 22 July 2013
27. Pan right to left Tel Rafah archaeological site
28. Various people at Tel Rafah archaeological site
29. Various Gaza Tourism and Antiquities employees unearthing ancient vases and working on site
AP Television
Gaza City, Gaza Strip – 21 July 2013
30. Wide Ecole Biblique laboratory
31. Close staff working on vase
32. Mid Ecole Biblique archaeologist, Jean-Baptiste Humbert, near vases found in Gaza. UPSOUND (English):

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Madrid 12 May 2016 – Daniel Dăianu, former minister in Romania and member of the European Council for Foreign Relations since 2012, talks to Salvador Llaudes, Elcano Royal Institute, on the future of the European Union on regards to the finance crisis and the Brexit Referendum.
Daniel Dăianu was a member of the European Parliament between 2009, where he represented the National Liberal Party (Romania). In June 2014 he was elected a member of the Board of the National Bank of Romania. Between April 2013 and June 2014, Dăianu was first deputy president of the Romanian Financial Supervision Authority .
He is a member of the High Level Group on Own Resources of the EU, which is headed by Mario Monti

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