Description: NEWSFEED: 5/15-17/04, WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM, POLITICS IN MYANMAR, CAR BOMBING IN IRAQ, WWII MEMORIAL IN ITALY ;WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM business delegates and reporters arriving, P-In gaggle of Saudis. INT neat HS crowd seated in hall, convention; DX business people crowded together waiting to go inside. INT foreigners kissing by way of saying hello. VAR shots like preceding ;DX bunch of men hurrying around rest of crowd (gangbusters!), INT HS seated audience, Colin Powell going around shaking hands ;Followed by all sorts of minor variations of these themes ;INT HS audience standing until woman takes seat in front row, d'oh, audience has to rise again, men take places on rostrum ;Great HS audience taking seats. Speakers on rostrum blah blah blah with foreign accents, audience claps, Powell in audience ;Audience claps, standing o, speakers, more applause, more speakers, pretty dry ;MYANMAR CONVENTION, CONVENTION CALLED BY JUNTA TO DRAFT CONSTITUTION Burmese flag, people arriving, signing papers, speaker ; INT audience rises- all dressed in white, one man wearing some ceremonial hat, potentate sits at table, audience claps ;Reporters surround potentate at table on rostrum, this guy reads a speech ;IRAQ EXPLOSION HEAD OF IRAQ GOVERNING COUNCIL KILLED IN CAR BOMBING Grey smoke rising over city, soldiers around burning wreck ;Fire engine such as it is arriving, car bombing aftermath, pointless ambulance ;IRAQ BODY CHARRED REMAINS SALEEM blackened cars, soldiers carrying remains in a sling, nice view of blackened corpse in sling ;ITALY MONTE CASINO, 60TH ANNIVERSARY BATTLE OF MONTE CASINO white bldg on hill, 'Pax' over doorway, ceremony in plaza ;Monolith with engraving '361 Infantry Division U.S.', wreaths placed by monolith, ringing bell on scaffold, WWII memorial; Soldiers holding wreath, playing taps on trumpet, crowd standing on bridge throwing petals into river ;
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