Description: NEWSFEED: 7/18-21/2005, TONY BLAIR, HURRICANE EMILY, TEXAS, FISHING BOAT IN ROUGH WATER, STORM DAMAGE, phillippines PRESIDENT;DX EXT group of people exit plane, helicopter shot over area damaged from Hurricane Emily, Spanish locals shout, Mexican President Vicente Fox ;DX EXT morning over coastline, woman takes down letters from sign, loads car, RV park, police van; DX INT locals in market buying supplies, EXT woman wheels groceries;DX EXT traffic from locals leaving TX, stores boarded up, INT locals buy supplies; DX EXT Chinese news report regarding local typhoon--damage w/Chinese text scrolling across; DX EXT truck at checkpoint, US flag, mad cow disease, cu drooling cow in truck, T/H ranch handler; DX EXT trucks in middle east checkpoint, soldiers walk, hundreds of locals march, Jewish locals carry baby in stroller; DX EXT Jewish soldier in prayer, other soldiers gather from rest, march past camera, huge make-shift tent area; INT Phillipene President Arroyo gives speech, watches ceremony, DX EXT protesters carry 'Oust Gloria' signs, bang on gate;INT ancient Peruvian artifacts on display in museum;INT French court case involving pedophilia - French announcer, judges, pan across empty board room, stamps, files; DX EXT angry grieving Iraqi women in burkas pound on their heads, Iraqi men march and bang their chests and heads;INT Tony Blair and Ahmed Kharzai give joint briefing - Blair talks for a while;INT briefing cont. Kharzai begins speaking--goes on for 6 minutes;INT Blair takes questions from press, mostly regarding suicide bombing, Kharzai follows--gets angry at reporter;INT briefing continues as press is tough on Blair, Kharzai has a better time firing back; INT Blair defends the war on terror to press, places hand on Kharzai's arm; DX EXT fishing boat crashes in waves during Hurricane Emily;DX EXT neighborhood damage from hurricane--houses destroyed, furniture on grass;NX EXT Portuguese locals try to put out forest fire, man on crutches, cu branch burning, fire department takes over;
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