Description: NEWSFEED: 4/30-5/12/2004, GW BUSH, TOMMY HAMILL, ARNOLD SCHWARTZENEGGER, BAGHDAD, RESCUE, NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT, FIREFIGHTERS, PROTESTS, FLAGS;DX EXT white house steps, press conference, T/H pres. bush and Canadian prime minister Paul martin about national security; DX EXT T/H pres. bush addresses increasing deaths in Iraq and progress toward a free Iraq, policies of free trade;DX EXT T/H pres. bush about u.s. soldiers abusing Iraqi prisoners, Canada involvement in Iraqi reconstruction, first ladies join; INT pres. bush walks into press conference followed by secretary of interior gill Norton and secretary of education rod paige; INT T/H pres. bush on improving the education of all American Indian and Alaskan native children, thanking of all who attended; INT T/H pres. bush states that the law challenges the low expectations set for children, standards have been raised; INT T/H pres. bush states that act will improve lives of American Indian children and a way to ensure we have hopeful future;INT pres. bush signs the executive order for the no children left behind act, limited members of congress pose as witnesses;INT pres. bush shakes hands of science scholars present, T/H pres. bush thanks journalist for attending, shakes hands; INT T/H u.s. army sergeant states tommy hamel was recovered by u.s forces, press conference, question and answer;DX EXT Arnold schwarzenegger places wreath of flowers on stage, shakes Jerusalem prime ministers hand;INT pres conference, question and answer T/H u.s air force soldier talks about injuries acquired by hamill; DX EXT T/H injured American citizen tommy hamill thanked American public for their support, walks back into building;DX EXT Baghdad protest, flags and banners waving, parade, chanting, pres conference depicting needs of prisoners; DX EXT posters stating prisoners should not be beaten, T/H woman, destroyed building, firefighters present, body bags, T/H rescuer; DX EXT T/H firefighter talking about voices heard beneath rubble;
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