Description: NEWSFEED: 7/6/05, G8 SUMMIT, GLENEAGLES, SCOTLAND,DX - EXT. Air Force One landing, taxis on tarmac, seal of President of US, plane comes to stop, reception band on tarmac ;DX - EXT. Air Force One, door opening, bringing upstairs, connect to plane, w/s plane and reception band, red carpet rolled out; DX - EXT. Air Force One, GW Bush & Laura deplane, wave from top of stairs, Downstairs, greeted by military and officials ;DX - EXT. GW Bush & Laura, with hands over hearts, playing of US national ANTHEM, greets crowd, shakes hands ;DX - EXT. GW Bush & Laura, continue to meet and greet crowds and officials, military band plays on, cu of band ;DX - EXT. GW Bush & Laura, board Marine One helicopter, helicopter lifts off into air ;DX - EXT. G8 Summit, hotel estb. Gleneagles, various angles of hotel and grounds, Victorian mansion ;DX - EXT. tarmac and more military parades and color guards, band still playing on tarmac G8 members board PDG helicopter ;DX - EXT. black helicopter lands on hotel grounds grassy field, with other G8 members inside, exit Prime Minister of Italy; DX - EXT. G8 member Prime Minister Italy, Silvio Berlusconi, exits copter and gets into black Range Rover, lots of security ;DX - EXT. Air France plane lands on tarmac, red carpet, military escort, exit President France, lots of hand shaking, etc.. ;DX - EXT. tarmac, French President gives speech, Jacques Chirac, anthem, walks, waves to crowd, speech, shakes hands ;DX - EXT. estb. Gleneagles hotel, Scotland, where G8 summit was held ;DX - EXT. estb. Jacques Chirac, walks to board helicopter ;DX - EXT. estb. Gleneagles hotel, G8 summit site, Scotland security milling about, Scottish drummers, memorial service, funeral procession; DX - EXT. funeral procession moves along, memorial service, bell tolled, for dead, plaque revealed, flowers placed, names read ;DX - EXT. memorial service, for circus fire victims, children place fire on memorial for dead persons, 7/6/44 ;
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