Description: NEWSFEED: 3/24/04, MEMORIAL VICTIMS OF SPAIN TERRORIST ATTACK, PRINCE CHARLES, COLIN POWELL, TONY BLAIR ATTEND, CHURCH, BISHOP;DX EXT mourners arrive @ church, shake hands w/Spanish politicians & officials, z-out street to church; INT Tony Blair sits among the mourners, ws congregation, many bishops enter, high angle of Bishops surrounding the church;INT Bishops remove their hats as they approach table & bow, they walk to their section of church where they all sit together; INT Colin Powell can be seen among the mourners, z-out candles to Bishops, mourners stand, head Bishop walks outside; INT high angle of attendees in church between huge pillars, mourners stand, sit, nice crane shots over congregation; DX EXT man in white robe & red cap enters church, shakes hands w/officials, more Spanish politicians & leaders follow; DX EXT Prince CHarles walks into church w/ his supporters, greets Spanish president, more world political figures enter; INT more people take their seats in church, more world leaders shake hands w/Spanish officials; INT Spanish president & head Bishop enter church, Bishops do prayer ritual, INT choir sings, head Bishop begins prayer,waves around incense smoke from censer can; INT more of the choir singing, mourners stand w/heads bowed, INT pries makes speech in Spanish, woman sings, Bishop makes speech in Spanish; INT ws inside church, priest sings hymn in Spanish, this goes on for a while; INT priest looks on, Prince Charles watches, priest continues hymn, Bishop sits down and begins his speech (in Spanish);INT Bishop continues speech, Spanish PM & officials listen in, var shots of mourners listening; INT Bishop is still giving his speech, sitting in front of a large candle; INT Prince Charles looks like he's falling asleep as the Bishop continues his speech; INT another Priest makes a speech in Spanish--this goes till the end of the tape;
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