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Syria military head to Tal Tam・・・


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作品番号
115589897
タイトル
Syria military head to Tal Tamr, as civilians flee the fighting
クレジット表記
動画:AFP/アフロ
日付
2019年10月30日
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RM(ライツマネージド)
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H264
フレームレート
25.00 fps
長さ
200.44 秒
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Syrian military are seen on a road leaving the border town of Darbasiyah and heading towards Tal Tamr,while civilians flee the fighting in trucks loaded with their belongings. IMAGES AND SOUNDBITES
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TAL TAMR,SYRIAOCTOBER 30,2019SOURCE: AFPTVIMAGES (02:51)1. Mid shot Syrian army vehicle on a road leaving the border town of Darbasiyah heading towards Tal Tamr2. Mid shot Syrian military at the back of a pick-up truck 3. Mid shot Syrian military at the back of a pick-up truck 4. Tracking shot Syrian military getting on pick-up truck,at the back of which a rocket-launcher and a soldier is holding a Syrian flag5. Zoom out Syrian soldiers holding a Syrian flag at the back of a pick-up truck,a rocket-launcher at the back of it6. Pan right Syrian military on a road leaving Darbasiyah and heading towards Tal Tamr7. Pan right Syrian military on a road leaving Darbasiyah and heading towards Tal Tamr8. Pan right Syrian military on a road leaving Darbasiyah and heading towards Tal Tamr,a soldier raising his weapon in the air9. Pan right Syrian military on a road leaving Darbasiyah and heading towards Tal Tamr,a soldier raising his weapon in the air10. Wide shot convoy of Syrian army vehicles transporting soldiers heading towards Tal Tamr11. Mid shot convoy of Syrian army vehicles transporting soldiers heading towards Tal Tamr12. Pan right civilians fleeing towards Hasakeh in a truck loaded with their belongings13. Pan right civilians fleeing towards Hasakeh in a truck loaded with their belongings14. Pan left civilians fleeing towards Hasakeh in a truck loaded with their belongings15. Mid shot civilians fleeing towards Hasakeh in a truck loaded with their belongings16. Pan left civilians fleeing towards Hasakeh in a truck loaded with their belongings17. Low angle shot civilians fleeing towards Hasakeh in a truck loaded with their belongings18. Mid shot civilians fleeing towards Hasakeh in a truck loaded with their belongings19. Mid shot civilians fleeing towards Hasakeh in a truck loaded with their belongings20. Mid shot civilians fleeing towards Hasakeh in a truck loaded with their belongings21. Tracking shot civilians fleeing towards Hasakeh in a truck loaded with their belongings22. Pan left civilians fleeing towards Hasakeh in a truck loaded with their belongings23. Pan left civilians fleeing towards Hasakeh in a truck loaded with their belongings24. Mid shot civilian fleeing towards Hasakeh with a cow at the back of his pick-up25. Mid shot civilian fleeing towards Hasakeh with donkeys at the back of his pick-up26. SOUNDBITE 1 - Shirvan,civilians (male,32 years old,Kurdish,11 sec): "They told us that the army withdrew and that they entered the village of Qasimiya so people started to flee."27. SOUNDBITE 2 - Hassan Alu,civilian from the village of Zarkan (male,Kurdish,11 sec): "They arrived at the village of Mansaf next to Bab al-Kheir. Everyone began to flee towards Hasakah. We no longer belong there."

///AFP TEXT STORY:
2ndleadTurkey-Russia joint patrols in Syria to start Friday: Erdogan
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ATTENTION - ADDS fighting near border town,background ///Ankara,Oct 30,2019 (AFP) - Joint Turkish-Russian patrols will start in Syria on Friday,Turkey's president has said,after the Kremlin said Syrian Kurdish fighters had withdrawn under a deal between Ankara and Moscow."We will start the joint work on the ground on Friday,namely we are starting the joint patrols," President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told parliament on Wednesday in a televised speech.Under an agreement hammered out in the Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi last week after Turkey's cross-border offensive into Syria,Kurdish forces were given a 150-hour deadline to withdraw from a band of territory along the border.Under the Sochi deal,Turkish and Russian joint patrols were meant to begin after the deadline expired on Tuesday.Erdogan said Russian authorities had informed Ankara that some 34,000 members of the "terror group" had withdrawn together with 3,260 pieces of heavy weaponry from a zone running 30 kilometres (18 miles) from the Turkish-Syrian border."The data we have points to the fact that this wasn't fully achieved," Erdogan said,referring to the Russian assurances."We will give the necessary response after we carry out work in the field," he added.Erdogan again stressed that Turkey "reserves the right to carry out its own operation" if it identifies any Syrian Kurdish militia or if its forces come under attack.The Turkish army and its Syrian proxies launched an offensive against Kurdish forces in northeastern Syria on October 9 with the aim of creating a buffer zone.The invasion left hundreds dead and displaced tens of thousands of people,prompting Ankara and Russia to hold a summit in Sochi.Under the deal signed there,Turkey would keep one 120-kilometre-long segment roughly in the middle of the buffer strip,while regime forces would deploy to sections of the border to the east and west.Within the buffer,a thinner 10-kilometre strip is due to be patrolled jointly by Russia and Turkey. The two powers' respective allies on the ground are old enemies.On Wednesday,an AFP correspondent reported fighting just near the flashpoint border town of Ras al-Ain between Syrian regime forces and Turkey's proxies.Before being hired by the Turkish military,most of these rebels were former members of rebel factions that were defeated by pro-Assad forces elsewhere in Syria during earlier battles of the country's eight-year-old war.gkg-fo/jmm/par
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