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Cairo - 19 August 2013

1. Wide of people and traffic in Ramses street, Cairo

2. Mid of closed of door of the mosque

3. Mid of bullet holes in mosque minaret

4. Various of traffic and armoured personnel carrier (APC) and soldiers

5. Wide of Al-Fath mosque

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El Arish, Egypt - 19 August 2013

6. Security forces standing next to vehicle

7. Tracking shot of armoured personal vehicle on patrol

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Cairo - 19 August 2013

8. Various of military officers carrying coffins of 25 police officers killed in northern Sinai

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Cairo/Abu Zaabal prison - 19 August 2013

9. Mid of people climbing inside truck to see bodies of protesters killed in recent clashes

10. Push in to shrouded bodies in back of refrigerated truck

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Washington - 19 August 2013

11. Wide of spokeswoman Jen Psaki approaching podium

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Jen Psaki, State Department spokeswoman: (Transcript Below)

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Brussels - 19 August 2013

13. Wide of Bernardino Leon, EU Special Representative for the Southern Mediterranean leaving media briefing

14. Close of EU flags

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Cairo - 8 February 2011

15. Photo of Hosni Mubarak

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Cairo - 13 April 2013

16. Photo of Hosni Mubarak waving to supporters from behind bars

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Cairo - 4 February 2011

17. Various of protests in Cairo during the 2011 uprising

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

(brief nats of quiet downtown streets)

CAIRO'S NORMALLY BUSTLING STREETS --EERILY-- CALM THIS MORNING AFTER THE MILITARY IMPOSED CURFEW.

MANY OF THESE QUIET STREETS THE SITE OF DEADLY GUN BATTLES AND VIOLENCE THAT HAVE ROCKED THE CAPITAL OVER THE LAST WEEK.

NEARLY 1,000 PEOPLE HAVE BEEN KILLED SINCE WEDNESDAY.

ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTRY, MOUNTING TENSIONS AND HEIGHTENED SECURITY.

IN THE SINAI PENINSULA - SUSPECTED ISLAMIST MILITANTS AMBUSHED A CONVOY CARRYING OFF-DUTY POLICEMEN KILLING TWENTY-FIVE OFFICERS.

(nats)

FAMILY MEMBERS OF 36 PRISONERS KILLED DURING CLASHES SUNDAY VISITED THE MAKESHIFT MORGUE SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS.

MEANTIME -THE US IS CONTEMPLATING CUTTING OFF AID TO EGYPT.

SOUNDBITE (English) Jen Psaki, State Department spokeswoman: "We have not made a policy decision to put a blanket hold on economic support--on the economic support fund, ESF assistance. Clearly that review is ongoing as we've talked about in here quite a bit, that review includes military assistance, security assistance, and it also includes economic assistance."

E-U MEMBERS WILL ALSO HOLD AN EMERGENCY MEETING TO REVIEW COOPERATION WITH EGYPT.

NEWS THAT FORMER PRESIDENT HOSNI MUBARAK COULD BE RELEASED LATER THIS WEEK MAY DO LITTLE TO QUELL THE UNREST.

HE FACES A RETRIAL ON CHARGES RELATING TO THE DEATHS OF HUNDREDS OF PROTESTERS DURING THE 2011 UPRISING THAT LED TO HIS OUSTER.

RITA FOLEY, the Associated Press