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LONDON, July 19, 2013 (AFP) - We will file the following videos:



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DETROIT, MICHIGAN: Reactions in Detroit after city files for bankruptcy. RAW. TBC

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DETROIT, MICHIGAN: Detroit governor and the city emergency manager detail their plans for the future of the bankrupt city. RAW. VID536945_EN

DETROIT, MICHIGAN: File images of the city. STOCK SHOTS. VID537037_EN

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DETROIT, MICHIGAN: Detroit becomes the biggest city in US history to file for bankruptcy protection. STOCK SHOTS. VID495306_EN


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KIROV, RUSSIA: A Russian court frees protest leader Alexei Navalny pending his appeal against a five-year sentence on embezzlement charges. RAW. VID536786_EN

KIROV, RUSSIA: Alexei Navalny expresses relief at his release, considering participation in Moscow mayoral election. RAW. VID536795_EN

KIROV, RUSSIA: Ordinary Russians react to Navalny trial. RAW. VID536881_EN


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RAMALLAH, PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES: US Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas amid continued efforts to persuade Israelis and Palestinians to restart peace talks. RAW. VID536993_EN


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LONDON: Ambulance service says they are receiving 20% more calls per day due to the heatwave. RAW. VID537018_EN

SAINT-MANDE, FRANCE: Meteorologists predict temperatures will continue to rise in France over the weekend. RAW. VID536899_EN



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RIO DE JANEIRO: Pope Francis will be in Brazil next week for World Youth Day. STOCK SHOTS of the main places he will visit. RAW. 2330 GMT

RIO DE JANEIRO: Brazilian navy holds exercises off the coast of Rio ahead of the Pope's visit. RAW. 2300 GMT

LEON, MEXICO: Interview with Mexico's former President Vincente Fox on the symposium on drugs taking place in his ranch. RAW 1800 GMT

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RIO DE JANEIRO: As the world's largest Catholic country, same-sex couples in Brazil are increasingly turning to the more welcoming approach of evangelical churches, where more than 20% of Brazilians belong. PKG. NSV VID536687_EN / VOICED VID536686_EN


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IDYLLWILD, CALIFORNIA: Wildfires continue to burn in Southern California, threatening some residential areas. RAW. TBC

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: The mother of Michael Jackson, Katherine Jackson, testifies in the trial against AEG Live. RAW. TBC

WASHINGTON: Playing the guitar, without a guitar. That's the aim of the game at the US Air Guitar championships. RAW. 0200 GMT (Saturday)

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WASHINGTON: President Obama speaks publicly for the first time since George Zimmerman was acquitted for the murder of an unarmed black teenager, saying that he could have been Trayvon Martin, 35 years ago. RAW. VID537014_EN / VID537029_EN


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BAGHDAD: Outgoing President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad continues his visit to Iraq. RAW. TBC

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SYRIA: Shelling hits Shiite shrine near Damascus, kills administrator. RAW. VID537006_EN

CAIRO: Tens of thousands of Islamists protest to demand the reinstatement of ousted President Mohammed Morsi. RAW. VID536909_EN

RAMALLAH, PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES: US Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas amid continued efforts to persuade Israelis and Palestinians to restart peace talks. RAW. VID536993_EN


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MOSCOW: Finance ministers and central bankers from G20 countries meet for talks on the battle against tax evasion and on preventing a new global slowdown. RAW. VID536927_EN

MILAN: A Milan court finds three of Silvio Berlusconi's associates guilty of procuring prostitutes -- including the then underage Ruby -- for parties held at the former PM's villas. RAW. VID536800_EN (prior to verdict)/ VID537032_EN(Reax)

MADRID: The sister of one of the two Spanish NGO workers who were freed on Thursday after being kidnapped almost two years ago in Kenya, said the ex-captives were in high spirits. RAW. VID536898_EN

LISBON: The leader of Portugal's Socialist opposition says talks to end a nearly three-week political crisis in the bailed-out nation had failed. STOCK SHOTS. VID500938_EN

BERLIN: Chancellor Angela Merkel says "Germany is not a surveillance state", no plans to reduce Greece's debt, during questions on the spy scandal in an election-campaign press conference. RAW. VID536922_EN / VID536956_EN

LIEGE, BELGIUM: King Albert II and Queen Paola travel to Liege, in the south of the country, on the last visit before the monarch abdicates on Sunday. RAW. VID536968_EN

BRUSSELS: King Albert II will abdicate in favour of his son Philippe on Sunday. A profile of the heir to the throne. PKG. NSV - VID536815_EN / VOICED - VID536816_EN

PARIS: As France's capital prepares to open its yearly town-centre beach festival, a new area along the banks of the Seine has been dedicated to walking and other outdoor activities. RAW. VID536935_EN

CHENE-BOURG, SWITZERLAND: Timelapse over several days showing Swiss workers moving a whole building to the other side of the tracks. RAW. VID536932_EN

PARIS: The Eiffel Tower is lit up in the colours of South Africa to mark Nelson Mandela's 95th birthday. RAW. VID536781_EN

PARIS: France marks Mandela Day with a late-night concert. RAW. VID536801_EN


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PHNOM PENH: Tens of thousands of supporters welcome Cambodia's newly pardoned opposition leader Sam Rainsy home from exile as his party fights to end Prime Minister Hun Sen's nearly three decades in power. RAW. VID536837_EN (arrival) VID536958_EN (rally)

YANGON: Myanmar's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and the vice president Sai Mauk Kham mark Martyrs Day in Yangon. RAW. VID536772_EN

MUZAFFARABAD, PAKISTAN: Hundreds of Kashmiri Muslims hold a protest rally in Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan-administered Kashmir, to condemn killing of six people in Indian Kashmir by their paramilitary forces. RAW. VID536905_EN


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ABIDJAN: ICC chief prosecutor meets Ivory Coast's justice minister after judges asked the prosecutor to provide more evidence before taking a decision on whether to try former president Laurent Gbagbo. RAW. VID536859_EN

HARARE: Zimbabwe goes to the polls on July 31 and, at 89 years of age and 33 years in power, President Robert Mugabe will be standing for re-election once again. PKG. NSV - VID535451_EN / VOICED - VID535450_EN

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MANAUS, BRAZIL: Images of the Arena Amazonia in Manaus, one of the stadiums that will host the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. STOCK SHOTS. VID536617_EN

BARCELONA: Cancer-stricken Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova quits to undergo further treatment for his illness. FILE. VID512573_EN

SEOUL: Football. Women's East Asian Cup. North Korean team arrives in Seoul, presser. RAW. VID536989_EN

HANOI: A Vietnamese football fan dubbed the 'Running Man' chased Arsenal's team bus through Hanoi for miles and was rewarded by being invited on board. RAW. VID536836_EN

CLAIREFONTAINE-EN-YVELINES, FRANCE: Press conference with Paris Saint-Germain coach Laurent Blanc about possible signings, including Brazilian teenager Marquinhos. RAW. VID536883_EN

LA ROCHELLE, FRANCE: It's one of the most demanding and nerve-racking sports in the world -- and now cliff diving, with barely 30 top-level practitioners globally, has become the latest discipline to compete at the Swimming World Championships, which start today in Barcelona. PKG. NSV - VID536846_EN / VOICED - VID536847_EN



PARIS: They carry a badge... and an extremely big flashlight. Paris's "cataflics", or "cave cops", have a mission that's unique in the world: to patrol the catacombs under France's capital city and enforce the law among a hidden society of indigents, graffiti artists, and urban explorers. PKG. NSV - VID536808_EN / VOICED - VID536809_EN

PHUKET: Robbery, assault, jet-ski scams -- as concerns mount about the safety of tourists in Thailand, foreign governments are urging the kingdom to do more to tackle the dark side of the "Land of Smiles". RAW. VID536414_EN


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