Description: NEWSFEED, MARCH 30, 2002, DEATH OF QUEEN MUM (BRITAIN) AND REACTIONS. ISRAEL STRIP-MALL BOMBING. SADDAM HUSSEIN. SPAIN TRAIN WRECK; DX 'State of Kuwait' plane taxis on runway. Various dignitaries on tarmac, greet peds getting offplane; DX ISRAEL/PALESTINE: Soldiers and tanks in Palestine; DX UK: QUEEN MOTHER OBITUARY: Footage of Queen Mother. Still photographs and old newsreel footage. Talking about horse racing; DX UK: LAST IMAGES OF QUEEN MUM: Sitting next to Charles listening to a fiddler. In a crowd of mourners. Giving a speech; DX UK: BBC ANNOUNCES DEATH OF QUEEN MUM: News tells us. Medieval flag waves in wind; NX SPAIN: TRAIN WRECK AFTERMATH: Badly damaged train cars surrounded by investigators. Interview w/ped in Spainish; DX US: PALESTINIAN PROTEST: Peaceful protest w/placards on The Mall in DC. Interview talking about Sharon. Palestinian flag; DX AFGHANISTAN: NOMADS: Men leading camels down road. Interview w/ Afghan nomad; DX IRAQ: SADDAM SPEECH: Saddam Hussein in a suit sitting at a long table w/military personnel; DX CANADA: QUEEN MUM REACTION: delivers obituary. On the street interviews; NX ISRAEL: BOMBING: Aftermath: Injured, police, glass covering the street. Ambulances. Talking head. Protest blocks ambulances; DX US: BUSH ON MIDDLE EAST: Bush, dressed casually, talks about terrorism and Iran. Arafat; DX US: PALESTINIAN PROTEST: SAME AS ABOVE; DX AFGHANISTAN: NOMADS: SAME AS ABOVE; DX IRAQ: SADDAM SPEECH: SAME AS ABOVE; NX SPAIN: TRAIN WRECK AFTERMATH: SAME AS ABOVE; DX ANGOLA: CEASE FIRE BETWEEN REBELS AND GOV'T: VAR men in paramilitary gear sitting around a conference table. Footage of corpse; DX UK: BLAIR ON QUEEN MUM DEATH: Tony Blair interview about Queen Mother; NX UK: MOURNERS AT WINDSOR CASTLE: Peds gathered outside castle. Laying down flowers. Interviews; DX UK: BUCKINGHAM PALACE: British flag at half-mast. Guard next to notice. Mourners at gates. NX Interviews. Bagpipes;
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