UN / BAN ON YARMOUK

09-Apr-2015 00:02:16
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the world “cannot stand by and watch a massacre unfold” in the refugee camp of Yarmouk in Syria, an area that he said was “beginning to resemble a death camp.” UNIFEED - UNTV
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STORY: UN / BAN ON YARMOUK
TRT 2:16
SOURCE: UNIFEED-UNTV
RESTRICTIONS: NONE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / NATS

DATELINE: 09 APRIL 2015, NEW YORK CITY / RECENT
SHOTLIST
RECENT – NEW YORK CITY

1 Wide shot, UN Headquarters

09. APRIL 2015, NEW YORK CITY

2. Wide shot, Secretary-General approaching mic

3. Cutaway, reporters

4. SOUNDB ITE (English) UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon:
“In the horror that is Syria, the Yarmouk refugee camp is the deepest circle of hell. After more than two years of a merciless siege, 18,000 Palestine refugees and Syrians are now being held hostage by Da’esh and other extremist militants. A refugee camp is beginning to resemble a death camp.”

6. Cutaway, reporters

5. SOUNDB ITE (English) UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon:

“We are now hearing worrying reports of a massive assault on the camp and all civilians in it. This would be yet one more outrageous war crime for which those responsible must be held accountable.”
6. Cutaway, reporters
7. SOUNDB ITE (English) UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon:
“I have been asking the countries, whoever has the capacity and means, influence, to defeat this ISIL, Da’esh and extremism and terrorism.”
8. Cutaway, reporters

9. SOUNDB ITE (English) UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon:
“Da’esh or ISIL – they have committed unspeakable crimes against humanity, including beheadings, and the level of brutality is just unspeakable. I cannot just describe it enough, my anger. They must stop.”

10. Cutaway, reporters

11. SOUNDB ITE (English) UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon:
“We simply cannot stand by and watch a massacre unfold. The people of Yarmouk must not be abandoned.”

11. Cutaway, reporters.

12 Ban leaving.

STORYLINE

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the world “cannot stand by and watch a massacre unfold” in the refugee camp of Yarmouk in Syria, an area that he said was “beginning to resemble a death camp.”

Ban told a news conference, “In the horror that is Syria, the Yarmouk refugee camp is the deepest circle of hell. After more than two years of a merciless siege, 18,000 Palestine refugees and Syrians are now being held hostage by Da’esh and other extremist militants. A refugee camp is beginning to resemble a death camp.”

Referring to news report of a potential massive assault on the camp, if true, would constitute a war crime.
He said, ““We are now hearing worrying reports of a massive assault on the camp and all civilians in it. This would be yet one more outrageous war crime for which those responsible must be held accountable.”

He said the people in the camp face a double-edged sword – armed elements inside the camp, and government forces outside.

He said he was unable to describe his anger over the activities of Da’esh or ISIL.

He said, “Da’esh or ISIL – they have committed unspeakable crimes against humanity, including beheadings, and the level of brutality is just unspeakable. I cannot just describe it enough, my anger. They must stop.

He said, “I have been asking the countries, whoever has the capacity and means, influence, to defeat this ISIL,
STORYLINE
/ BAN ON YARMOUK
TRT 2:16
SOURCE: UNIFEED-UNTV
RESTRICTIONS: NONE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / NATS

DATELINE: 09 APRIL 2015, NEW YORK CITY / RECENT

SHOTLIST:

RECENT – NEW YORK CITY

1 Wide shot, UN Headquarters

09. APRIL 2015, NEW YORK CITY

2. Wide shot, Secretary-General approaching mic

3. Cutaway, reporters

4. SOUNDB ITE (English) UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon:
“In the horror that is Syria, the Yarmouk refugee camp is the deepest circle of hell. After more than two years of a merciless siege, 18,000 Palestine refugees and Syrians are now being held hostage by Da’esh and other extremist militants. A refugee camp is beginning to resemble a death camp.”

6. Cutaway, reporters

5. SOUNDB ITE (English) UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon:

“We are now hearing worrying reports of a massive assault on the camp and all civilians in it. This would be yet one more outrageous war crime for which those responsible must be held accountable.”
6. Cutaway, reporters
7. SOUNDB ITE (English) UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon:
“I have been asking the countries, whoever has the capacity and means, influence, to defeat this ISIL, Da’esh and extremism and terrorism.”
8. Cutaway, reporters

9. SOUNDB ITE (English) UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon:
“Da’esh or ISIL – they have committed unspeakable crimes against humanity, including beheadings, and the level of brutality is just unspeakable. I cannot just describe it enough, my anger. They must stop.”

10. Cutaway, reporters

11. SOUNDB ITE (English) UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon:
“We simply cannot stand by and watch a massacre unfold. The people of Yarmouk must not be abandoned.”

11. Cutaway, reporters.

12 Ban leaving.

STORYLINE

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the world “cannot stand by and watch a massacre unfold” in the refugee camp of Yarmouk in Syria, an area that he said was “beginning to resemble a death camp.”

Ban told a news conference, “In the horror that is Syria, the Yarmouk refugee camp is the deepest circle of hell. After more than two years of a merciless siege, 18,000 Palestine refugees and Syrians are now being held hostage by Da’esh and other extremist militants. A refugee camp is beginning to resemble a death camp.”

Referring to news report of a potential massive assault on the camp, if true, would constitute a war crime.
He said, ““We are now hearing worrying reports of a massive assault on the camp and all civilians in it. This would be yet one more outrageous war crime for which those responsible must be held accountable.”

He said the people in the camp face a double-edged sword – armed elements inside the camp, and government forces outside.

He said he was unable to describe his anger over the activities of Da’esh or ISIL.

He said, “Da’esh or ISIL – they have committed unspeakable crimes against humanity, including beheadings, and the level of brutality is just unspeakable. I cannot just describe it enough, my anger. They must stop.

He said, “I have been asking the countries, whoever has the capacity and means, influence, to defeat this ISIL, Da’esh and extremism and terrorism.”

“We simply cannot stand by and watch a massacre unfold, he said.” The people of Yarmouk must not be abandoned.”
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