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SHOTLIST Tripoli, North Lebanon 1. Wide of Hezbollah office on fire 2. Mid of Hezbollah office on fire 3. Armed men arriving at scene 4. Protesters storming the office 5. Protesters breaking windows 6. Protesters stepping on Khamenei poster 7. Protesters carrying Nasrallah's poster, stepping on Iranian supreme leader Ali Khamenei's poster 8. Protesters throwing furniture from Hezbollah's office 9. Nasrallah's poster ripped on ground, zoom out to burning furniture 10. Armchair being thrown into fire 11. Protesters destroying an ambulance 12. Ambulance on fire 13. Protesters carrying Nasrallah's poster with a shoe on it, man standing with gun Tripoli, North Lebanon ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 14. Various of empty streets in Jabal Mohsen; UPSOUND firing Beirut ++DAY SH...
This video to document the "FCO" Foreign and Commonwealth Office's project in Tripoli University. The project was to create Media Laboratory in the Media & Arts College to benefit the school faculty and students where they can practicing and develop their skills under work market demands. IWPR take the role to implement the project and Almarsumi's duties was to install, operate the A/V studio equipment and to train the faculty on how to use them.
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Italian vessel ''Commander Borsini'' docked in the port of Tripoli, Friday, upon receiving the necessary permits from Libya's UN-backed Government of National Accord. The arrival of the patrol ship comes following a recent order by Libyan National Army (LNA) commander Marshal Khalifa Haftar to bar any foreign naval vessels, except for commercial ones, from entering Libyan territorial waters. Mandatory credit: Office of Information and Marine Culture - Libyan Maritime Forces Video ID: 20170804 019 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Ministers in Libya's government have greeted Prime Minister Ali Zeidan on his return to his Tripoli office just hours after being released by former rebel militiamen. He was freed unharmed after being held by men angry at the weekend capture by US special forces of a Libyan al-Qaeda suspect in Tripoli.
Peloponnese Video Map: http://www.atlasvisual.com/peloponnese-greece Tripoli is located in the South Peloponnese, 165 km southwest of Athens. It's a vibrant city, a model of tradition and development, with immense history, built in the middle of a valley surrounded by Artemisio, Parthenios and Menalos mountains. Must-see sights are the Archaeological Museum and the War Museum with exhibits from the war of 1821 and 1940. Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Atlasvisual1 Like and share us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AtlasVisual
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Dozens of reporters who'd been trapped for five days at a hotel in Tripoli, were evacuated by the International Committee of the Red Cross. The government didn't call them hostages but they were being held against their will. The hotel had been a base for pro-Gaddafi forces. Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Tripoli
(4 Feb 2012) SHOTLIST 1. Various of Syrian anti-Assad protesters in front of Syrian Embassy in Tripoli 2. Close of sign that reads (Arabic) "Syrian Relations Office in Tripoli" 3. Various of Syrian opposition supporters inside Syrian Embassy 4. Various of Syria posters on wall inside Syrian Embassy 5. Top shot of Syrian opposition supporters 6. Close of sign reading (Arabic) "Office of the Consul" 7. Mid of member of the Syrian National Council Dr. Anes Alkhalidi sitting in office of the former Consul 6. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Dr. Anes Alkhalidi, Member of the Syrian National Council: "Based on the pressure by Syrian residents in Libya we took the embassy building on behalf of Libyan government statements to hand over the embassy to the Syrian National Council." 7. Various of carpen...