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  • 01:31.25
    2021年01月20日
    Socially distanced crowd witnesses Biden swearing

    Joe Biden became the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday, declaring that “democracy has prevailed.“ He takes the helm of a deeply divided nation and has inherited a confluence of crises arguably greater than any faced by his predecessors. Biden‘s inauguration came at a time of national tumult and uncertainty, a ceremony of resilience as the hallowed American democratic rite unfurled at a U.S. Capitol battered by an insurrectionist siege just two weeks ago. The chilly Washington morning was dotted with snow flurries, but the sun emerged just before Biden took the oath of office. The Capitol was encircled by security forces evocative of a war zone and devoid of crowds because of the coronavirus pandemic.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:51.47
    2021年01月20日
    Joe Biden sworn in as 46th US president. AP shots

    Joe Biden became the 46th President of the United States on Wednesday. He swore the oath of office to take the helm of a deeply divided nation and inheriting a confluence of crises arguably greater than any faced by his predecessors. Biden‘s inauguration came at a time of national tumult and uncertainty, a ceremony of resilience as the hallowed American democratic rite unfurled at a U.S. Capitol battered by an insurrectionist siege just two weeks ago. On a chilly Washington day dotted with snow flurries, a bipartisan trio of ex-presidents along with the elite of nation‘s government gathered, ensuring the quadrennial ceremony persevered, even though it was encircled by security forces evocative of a war zone and devoid of crowds because of the coronavirus pandemic.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:47.08
    2021年01月19日
    Full of emotion, Biden leaves Del. for inauguration

    In an emotional farewell, President-elect Joe Biden promised that even as he departs for Washington, D.C. to be sworn in he will “always be a proud son of the state of Delaware.“ Speaking at an event at the National Guard headquarters in Delaware named for his late son, Beau, Biden‘s voice became thick with emotion as he told the crowd that “when I die, I‘ve got Delaware written on my heart.“ He said that “it‘s deeply personal that our next journey to Washington starts here—the place that defines the very best of who we are as Americans.“ Biden gave farewell remarks to about 100 people, including numerous Delaware elected officials and members of Biden‘s family. He‘s leaving Wilmington via plane Tuesday afternoon, and will appear at a memorial for COVID-19 victims at the Lincoln Monument in the evening. Biden will spend the night at Blair House, the president‘s official guest house, before moving into the White House after he is sworn in Wednesday.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:06.47
    2021年01月07日
    Biden, Harris: Riot revealed 2 systems of justice

    President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris say the mob attack on the U.S. Capitol Wednesday revealed there are “two systems of justice“ in the United States. Biden and Harris made the remarks in Wilmington, Delaware Thursday where they slammed President Donald Trump for encouraging the violent group that descended on the Capitol, resulting in destruction, chaos and four deaths. Biden also relayed a conversation with his granddaughter about the blatant inequity in treatment by police of the Capitol rioters versus the Black Lives Matter protesters over the summer. “No one can tell me that if that had been a group of Black Lives Matter protesting yesterday, there wouldn‘t have been they wouldn‘t have been treated very, very differently than the mob of thugs that stormed the Capitol,“ Biden said. “We all know that‘s true. And it is unacceptable, totally unacceptable,“ he added.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:34.87
    2020年11月10日
    Harris, Biden slam Trump admin. over health care

    U.S. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris says that each vote for President-elect Joe Biden was in support of the Affordable Care Act he helped craft during the Obama administration.During remarks Tuesday in Wilmington, Delaware, Harris said that Biden “won the election decisively,“ and that “every vote for Joe Biden was a statement that health care in America should be a right, not a privilege.“Harris also noted that, if the Affordable Care Act is dismantled, “communities of color would be hit particularly hard ... because they are at a greater risk for preexisting conditions,“ as well as complications from the coronavirus.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:54.65
    2020年11月10日
    Biden says transition will move on, despite Trump

    President-elect Joe Biden says “nothing‘s going to stop“ his administration moving forward despite President Donald Trump‘s refusal to concede the race.Biden said in Wilmington, Delaware on Tuesday that his transition is “well underway“ and is reviewing potential Cabinet picks and other positions.Biden said some Republicans‘ denial of his victory “is not at much consequence in our plan and what we‘re able to do between now and Jan. 20.“Much of the formal transition work doesn‘t begin until the administrator of the federal General Services Administration ascertains the “apparent successful candidate“ in the general election, and that has not happened yet amidst legal challenges by President Donald Trump‘s team to the election results in some states.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:38.42
    2020年11月10日
    Biden says transition will move on, despite Trump

    President-elect Joe Biden says “nothing‘s going to stop“ his administration moving forward despite President Donald Trump‘s refusal to concede the race.Biden said in Wilmington, Delaware on Tuesday that his transition is “well underway“ and is reviewing potential Cabinet picks and other positions.Biden said some Republicans‘ denial of his victory “is not at much consequence in our plan and what we‘re able to do between now and Jan. 20.“Much of the formal transition work doesn‘t begin until the administrator of the federal General Services Administration ascertains the “apparent successful candidate“ in the general election, and that has not happened yet amidst legal challenges by President Donald Trump‘s team to the election results in some states.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:40.39
    2020年11月07日
    President-elect Biden appeals to Trump supporters

    In his first speech after securing the White House, President-elect Joe Biden is making an appeal to supporters of President Donald Trump.Biden said Saturday night in Wilmington, Delaware, that this was the time to heal in America and pledged to be a president to represent even those who didn‘t support him.Noting “I‘ve lost a couple times myself,“ Biden said, “now, let‘s give each other a chance.“Trump has not conceded the race to Biden, pursuing legal challenges over ballot counts in several states.Biden said “it‘s time to put away the harsh rhetoric, lower the temperature, see each other again, listen to each other again,“ saying of his political opponents, “they are not our enemies. They are Americans.“、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 04:07.79
    2020年11月07日
    Biden welcomes Harris into his extended family

    Quoting the Bible, President-elect Joe Biden says it‘s a time to heal for America.In a victory speech at a drive-in celebration in Wilmington, Delaware, Biden says Democrats and Republicans can choose to work together and promises to be a president for all.Biden also paid tribute to his wife Jill, and welcomed Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to the Biden clan.Biden and Harris brought their entire families on-stage with them to close out their victory party on Saturday night.After delivering speeches outside of the Chase Center in downtown Wilmington, Delaware, the two were joined by their families to watch as red white and blue fireworks exploded in the sky.Biden‘s wife Jill, seven grandkids, his son Hunter and daughter Ashley all gathered around him, and he bounced one of his youngest grandchildren as the family enjoyed the display.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:47.01
    2020年11月06日
    Biden: “We‘re going to win this race‘

    Democrat Joe Biden projected confidence Friday that he would win the presidential election, citing his lead in votes in key states like Pennsylvania.The Associated Press has not yet declared a winner in the race between Biden and President Donald Trump because neither candidate has reached the 270 Electoral College votes needed to carry the White House.Biden noted he has already won the most votes in history for any presidential candidate.He said a record number of Americans “chose change over more of the same.”He told the nation that the political parties may be opponents, but they are not enemies.Biden stood on the cusp of winning the presidency Friday night, three days after Election Day, as the long, exacting work of counting votes widened his lead over Trump in critical battleground states.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:36.72
    2020年11月06日
    Biden: Time for US to come together ‘and heal‘

    Three days after the U.S. presidential election, with no winner yet called, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden sought to bring the nation together, urging Americans to “put the anger and the demonization behind.“Speaking in Wilmington, Delaware as he awaited the ongoing ballot counting, Biden said he knows tensions are high, but he urged Americans to “remain calm, patient, and let the process work out.“Biden pledged all all votes “will be counted.“ “I don‘t care how hard people try to stop it. I will not let it happen. The people will be heard,“ he said.The former vice president said a divided American population is not going to agree on a lot of issues, “but at least we can agree to be civil with one another.““It‘s time for us to come together as a nation to heal. It‘s not going to be easy. We have to try,“ he said.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:39.07
    2020年11月06日
    Biden: “We‘re going to win this race‘

    Joe Biden projected confidence Friday that he would win the presidential election, citing his lead in votes in key states like Pennsylvania.The Associated Press has not yet declared a winner in the race between Biden and President Donald Trump because neither candidate has reached the 270 Electoral College votes needed to carry the White House.Biden noted he has already won the most votes in history for any presidential candidate.He said a record number of Americans “chose change over more of the same.”He told the nation that the political parties may be opponents, but they are not enemies.“Let’s put the anger and the demonization behind us,” he said.“We‘re going to win this race,“ Biden said.Biden says he is already preparing to assume the presidency even though he has not been declared the winner in his race against President Donald Trump.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:03.64
    2020年11月05日
    Biden feels ‘very good‘ about election outcome

    Democrat Joe Biden says he feels “very good“ about the outcome of the presidential election and is telling his supporters to “stay calm“ as votes continue to be counted.Biden delivered brief remarks Thursday at a theater in downtown Wilmington, Delaware. He says, “It is the will of the voters — no one, not anyone else — who chooses the president of the United States of America.“President Donald Trump‘s campaign has pursued legal efforts to halt the vote counting in some states and is seeking a recount in Wisconsin.Biden says that “the process is working“ and “we‘ll know very soon“ the outcome of the election. Biden and his top campaign officials have expressed confidence about the vote but have been careful to emphasize the need for every ballot to be counted.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:13.69
    2020年11月04日
    Biden ‘confident‘ he will win as votes are counted

    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said Wednesay he feels “confident“ he will “emerge victorious“ after all U.S. states finish their ballot counting, and he urged the nation to come together once the election is finally behind.The Democratic presidential nominee appeared on stage in Wilmington, Delaware with his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris on Wednesday afternoon.He promised, “I, we, are campaigning as a Democrat“ but “I will govern as an American president.“Biden then used a common refrain from his campaign, saying, “There will be no red states and blue states when we win. Just the United States of America“Ballots are still being counted in pivotal swing states, including Michigan and Pennsylvania.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:14.78
    2020年11月04日
    ‘Confident‘ Biden urges unity as votes are counted

    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said Wednesay he feels “confident“ he will “emerge victorious“ after all U.S. states finish their ballot counting, and he urged the nation to come together once the election is finally behind.The Democratic presidential nominee appeared on stage in Wilmington, Delaware with his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris on Wednesday afternoon.He promised, “I, we, are campaigning as a Democrat“ but “I will govern as an American president.“Biden then used a common refrain from his campaign, saying, “There will be no red states and blue states when we win. Just the United States of America“Ballots are still being counted in pivotal swing states, including Michigan and Pennsylvania.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:17.08
    2020年11月03日
    Jill Biden in Florida on Election Day

    The wife of the Democratic Presidential Nomiee, Dr.Jill Biden is spending part of Election Day in the battleground state of Florida.“I‘m asking you, will you stand with Joe Biden and Kamala Harris? Joe Biden is fighting for you. And when we come together, everything is possible,“ said Dr. Biden during a stop in St. Petersburg.“So, hey, are you ready to vote? Are you ready to win? And are you ready to tell Donald Trump you‘re fired?“All eyes are on Florida, a swing state known for razor-thin election tallies.If President Donald Trump doesn’t win Florida, he’s going to have a rough time capturing enough states to stay in office. If Democrat Joe Biden doesn’t win the state, he still has other pathways to victory.Florida election officials are expected to announced the results of millions of mail-in ballots cast early.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:13.53
    2020年11月03日
    Obama compares Trump to a ‘two-bit dictator‘

    Former President Barack Obama is criticizing President Donald Trump for casting doubt on the results of Tuesday’s upcoming election, likening him to strongmen elsewhere in the world. Addressing a Monday evening drive-in rally in Miami on Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s behalf, Obama said his successor has suggested he may “declare victory before all the votes are counted tomorrow.” “That’s something a two-bit dictator does,” Obama said. “If you believe in democracy, you want every vote counted.” Obama said if a Democrat was acting like Trump, “I couldn’t support him.” The former president also slammed Trump for suggesting that he might fire Dr. Anthony Fauci from his job as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:33.05
    2020年11月02日
    Biden pitches to Pittsburgh‘s Black voters

    Joe Biden is telling Black voters in Pittsburgh to turn out to help him win the all-important state of Pennsylvania.Speaking at an outdoor rally in Homewood, a predominantly African American community in Pittsburgh, Biden told the crowd that “the power to change this country is in your hands.“He spoke about his plan to promote Black economic mobility and the disproportionate effect COVID-19 has had on the community.Biden said that “we‘re done with the chaos, we‘re done with the racism, we‘re done with the tweets, the anger the hate the failure, the irresponsibility.“Some supporters sitting in their cars for the outdoor event honked their horns, while others bundled up in blankets watching Biden in front of the stage cheered.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:22.47
    2020年11月02日
    Biden slams Trump for comments about COVID, Fauci

    Joe Biden slammed president Donald Trump over Trump‘s recent comments about COVID-19 and the nation‘s leading infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, as he makes a late play for Ohio. At a drive-in rally Monday at an airplane hangar in Cleveland, Biden called Trump “a disgrace“ over Trump‘s accusation that doctors across the country are inflating the toll of the disease because, by doing so, they are paid more money.“He had the gall to suggest that American doctors, the people who have been on the frontlines of this crisis for nine months, along with nurses, and so many others, many of whom have died, to suggest that doctors are falsely inflating deaths due to covered because they want to make more money.“、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:46.45
    2020年11月02日
    Obama compares Trump to a ‘two-bit dictator‘

    Former President Barack Obama is criticizing President Donald Trump for casting doubt on the results of Tuesday’s upcoming election, likening him to strongmen elsewhere in the world. Addressing a Monday evening drive-in rally in Miami on Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s behalf, Obama said his successor has suggested he may “declare victory before all the votes are counted tomorrow.” “That’s something a two-bit dictator does,” Obama said. “If you believe in democracy, you want every vote counted.” Obama said if a Democrat was acting like Trump, “I couldn’t support him.”、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:24.05
    2020年11月02日
    Biden stumps for union support near Pittsburgh

    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is revving up a group of union members to help him turn out the vote in a suburban Pittsburgh county. Biden spoke Monday afternoon at Beaver County Community College, where about 100 union workers gathered for a canvass kickoff. He emphasized the significance of Pennsylvania and told the crowd that Democrats will win the state and “show the world what we stand for.“ The supporters gathered outside to see him speak cheered as he promised to “be the most pro-union president you’ve ever seen.” Biden has had strong union support throughout his political career and has made a pitch to union and working-class workers a centerpiece of his campaign.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:46.63
    2020年11月01日
    Biden works to push Black turnout in final days

    Joe Biden was spending the final days of the US presidential campaign appealing to Black supporters to vote in-person during a pandemic that has disproportionally affected their communities, betting that a strong turnout will boost his chances in states that could decide the election.Biden was in Philadelphia on Sunday, the largest city in what is emerging as the most hotly contested battleground in the closing 48 hours of the campaign. He participated in a “souls to the polls“ event that is part of a nationwide effort to organize Black churchgoers to vote.“We‘re going to address systemic racism and build real economic opportunity of equality for the Black community. The blinders have been taken off. The American people have seen, they‘ve seen how bad things are,“ Biden said at the drive-in event, shouting to be heard over the blaring car horns.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:57.09
    2020年10月31日
    Obama: Trump failed to take pandemic seriously

    Barack Obama blasted President Donald Trump as egotistical and incompetent during a campaign event in Flint, Michigan.The former president spoke Saturday at a drive-in rally at his first joint campaign event with Joe Biden. Obama told the crowd that Trump “cares about feeding his ego“ while Biden “cares about keeping you and your families safe.“Wearing a black windbreaker but no mask, the former president spoke for Biden‘s character in personal terms. He called the former vice president “my brother“ and declared: “I love Joe Biden, and he will be a great president.“Obama said the president is “jealous of COVID‘s media coverage“ and joked about Trump being obsessed with crowd size.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:54.80
    2020年10月31日
    Harris attacks Trump‘s virus response at FL event

    Sen. Kamala Harris made a campaign stop in Florida on Saturday to urge voters to turn out and deliver victory for the Democrats on Tuesday.With the US presidential campaign down to the final days, Joe Biden‘s running mate told her audience in Miami that President Donald Trump was a divisive figure.“Joe Biden and I are proud, patriotic American who share the values with the vast majority of the American people, who want a president of the United States who speaks truth, who uses that platform not to beat people down, but to lift people up,“ she said.Harris also attacked the Trump administration‘s response to the coronavirus pandemic and its failures on the US economy.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:06.45
    2020年10月30日
    Biden warns of tough days as election nears

    With four days to go until Election Day, Democrat Joe Biden campaigned in Wisconsin late on Friday and urged his supporters to deliver a thumping victory on Tuesday.Biden was making his case against President Donald Trump on the ecomomy and coronavirus in Milwaukee.The Democratic presidential candidate will hit Michigan on Saturday, where he’ll hold a joint rally with former President Barack Obama.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:06.42
    2020年10月30日
    Biden hits Trump on COVID, faces noisy protesters

    A couple of large groups of Donald Trump supporters welcomed Biden with horns and pro-Trump flags and signs when he arrived at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds for a drive-in rally Friday afternoon.A group close to the podium where he spoke blasted horns and shouted. Biden delivered a high-spirited speech, himself shouting to drown them out, but it was clear the crew of protesters caught his attention.He said, “These guys are not very polite - but they’re like Trump.”Biden also hit the president over Trump‘s accusation on the campaign trail earlier that the number of COVID deaths are exaggerated because doctors receive money for listing deaths as caused by COVID.“The president of the United States is accusing the medical profession of making up COVID deaths so they make more money,“ Biden said.“Doctors and nurses go to work every day to save lives. They do their jobs. Donald Trump should stop attacking them and do his job.“、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:54.27
    2020年09月10日
    US FL 2020 HARRIS TRUMP WOODWARD

    2020 Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris on the campaign trail in Florida Thursday slammed President Donald Trump amid a political crisis of his own making of past revelations that he had been determined to play down the danger of the coronavirus last winter despite describing it in private as “deadly stuff.“Harris was in South Florida with Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson and Miami Shores Mayor Crystal Wagar where she attended a community conversation on challenges facing the African American community.Before Harris began her conversation with leaders of the African American community, she addresseda new book by Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward that reveals that Trump downplayed the severity of the coronavirus in public despite what he told Woodward in their recorded conversations.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:37.17
    2020年08月27日
    Harris steps up Trump attacks before RNC speech

    Joe Biden and Kamala Harris stepped up their criticism of President Donald Trump on Thursday, saying he‘s rooting for violence amid unrest in Wisconsin and blasting him for a lack of leadership on the coronavirus pandemic, hours before Trump‘s planned address on the final night of the Republican National Convention.Harris, the vice presidential nominee, said Trump has showed “a reckless disregard for the well-being of the American people“ in failing to contain the coronavirus. It was her first major Trump-focused speech since she joined the Democratic ticket.The two had been largely silent during the first three days of the GOP convention, during which Republicans have tried to link them to protesters, warning a Biden presidency would make America less safe and erroneously saying he wants to defund the police.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:10.90
    2020年08月27日
    Harris pounds Trump on response to pandemic

    Kamala Harris stepped up her criticism of President Donald Trump on Thursday, blasting him for a lack of leadership on the coronavirus pandemic, hours before Trump’s planned address on the final night of the Republican National Convention.“President Trump, he got it wrong from the beginning and then he got it wrong again and again,“ she said.It was her first major Trump-focused speech since she joined the Democratic ticket.Harris, and her running mate, Joe Biden, had been largely silent during the first three days of the GOP convention, during which Republicans have tried to link them to protesters.Harris compared the U.S. response, where the death toll is nearing 180,000 lives lost to Europe.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:00.66
    2020年08月27日
    Harris pounds Trump on response to pandemic

    Kamala Harris stepped up her criticism of President Donald Trump on Thursday, blasting him for a lack of leadership on the coronavirus pandemic, hours before Trump’s planned address on the final night of the Republican National Convention.“President Trump, he got it wrong from the beginning and then he got it wrong again and again,“ she said.It was her first major Trump-focused speech since she joined the Democratic ticket.Harris, and her running mate, Joe Biden, had been largely silent during the first three days of the GOP convention, during which Republicans have tried to link them to protesters.Harris compared the U.S. response, where the death toll is nearing 180,000 lives lost to Europe.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 05:42.67
    2020年05月12日
    HZ Greece Digital Transformation

    Greece is planning to rapidly expand an online government digital portal that helps residents send and receive crucial official paperwork.It hopes cutting bureaucracy around services like medical prescriptions and business permits will help the country emerge from a looming recession more quickly.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:08.95
    2019年07月19日
    Harris: I‘ve been told ‘go back to where you came from‘

    Democratic presidential candidate Senator Kamala Harris had an emotional response on Tuesday to President Trump‘s tweet stating that four Democratic congresswomen should go back to their home countries. Harris, speaking to Women of Color roundtable in Davenport, Iowa, said ‘I‘ve personally been told that, go back to where you came from.“ She noted that other people in the room had heard it, too, calling the statement vile, ignorant and shallow and saying President Trump has defiled the office of the president of the United States. People in the room stood and applauded after an emotional Harris added that President Trump “needs to go back to where he came from.“、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:34.29
    2019年07月16日
    Kamala Harris helps ‘re-imagine‘ Black women roles

    Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his newly-chosen running mate Kamala Harris campaigned together for the first time Wednesday, as the former primary rivals sought to solidify their advantage over President Donald Trump and secure their place in American history.Biden, a 77-year-old white man, embraced the significance of naming the first Black woman to a major party‘s presidential ticket, but he focused on other attributes Harris brings to the ticket.He hailed the California senator, the 55-year-old former prosecutor who a year ago excoriated Biden on a primary debate stage, as the right woman to help him defeat Trump and then lead a nation facing crises in triplicate: a pandemic, wounded economy and long-simmering reckoning with systemic racism.Harris, the daughter of immigrants from India and Jamaica, sat feet away from Biden, listening with her mask off.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:28.16
    2019年07月03日
    Harris in Iowa, discusses Trump and other topics

    Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris campaigned in West Des Moines, Iowa on Wednesday. Harris criticized President Donald Trump‘s planned Fourth of July celebration in Washington, D.C. commenting “I don‘t think he understands, this is America‘s birthday, not his birthday.“ She stood by her criticism of former Vice President Joe Biden, who had spoken about his work with segregationists who were in the U.S. Senate decades ago. And she sought to reassure Americans who are concerned about her thoughts on health care policy, including ideas about abolishing private health care insurance.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:58.01
    2019年04月10日
    Senator Kamala Harris campaigning in Iowa

    White House hopeful, Sen. Kamala Harris campaigned in Iowa City on Wednesday evening, speaking on a range of topics, including consent decrees between the Justice Department and courts and environmental policy.“The idea that we pulled ourselves out of the Paris agreement was outrageous,“ Harris told her audience.Harris nabbed her first Iowa endorsement from a major state Democratic activist, Jean Hessburg, who is a former Iowa Democratic Party executive director and the current chair of the party‘s Women‘s Caucus.The California senator said in a statement that she was proud of the endorsement.Harris said, “Women will be a deciding voice in the 2020 Iowa Caucuses and I will do all I can to earn their support.“Hessburg will appear with Harris at a house party Thursday afternoon hosted by Emerge Iowa, a group focused on electing Democratic women.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 05:30.11
    2019年01月09日
    Kamala Harris: Decision on 2020 race coming soon

    Kamala Harris began her book tour promoting her new memoir, The Truths We Hold, and promised to make her decision “soon“ in whether she would be a presidential candidate in the 2020 race.Wednesday night, before an audience at George Washington University the freshman senator from California shared some life stories and discussed issues during an hour long interview with the Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart. During the discussion she cleared up the pronunciation of her fist name, defended her time as a prosecutor often criticized by progressives and lashed out at President Donald Trump for forcing a partial government shutdown over his demand for funds for a border wall.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 00:43.11
    2018年08月21日
    Aung San Suu Kyi: Difficult for Myanmar to put timeframe on Rohingya return

    Myanmar doesn‘t have a timeframe for resolving the plight of the Rohingya people, the country‘s leader Aung San Suu Kyi said on Tuesday. She said it was very difficult for Myammar to set a timeframe unilaterally, as it needed to work with Bangladesh to do this. However, she did say Myanmar had already mapped out potential sites where the Rohingya can be resettled when they return. Suu Kyi was speaking in Singapore where she was giving a lecture on Myanmar‘s future. 700,000 Rohingya have fled brutal counterinsurgency operations by Myanmar‘s army during her two years in power. Most are stuck in squalid refugee camps in neighbouring Bangladesh.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 11:34.22
    2018年04月20日
    「AP」日産のカルロス・ゴーンCEOのインタビュー

    AP interview with Carlos Ghosn, CEO of Renault-Nissan, in Hong Kong. 20/04/2018. クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 04:20.19
    2017年11月27日
    「AP」英ヘンリー王子とメーガン・マークルさんのインタビュー

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle talk about their engagement. London - 27 November, 2017. クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:39.62
    2017年01月20日
    Donald Trump sworn in as 45th US President

    Donald Trump was on Friday sworn in as the successor to Barack Obama as President of the United States.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:27.20
    2017年01月20日
    Trump to govern by putting America first

    US President Donald Trump said in his speech Friday that he will govern the country by putting America first.Trump said as president that “from this day forward it‘s going to be only America first“.He said that every decision he makes, on issues from trade to taxes to immigration and foreign affairs, will be made to benefit American workers and families.“We must protect our borders from the ravages of other countries“ taking American jobs, Trump said.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:40.68
    2017年01月20日
    Trump promises to make US great again

    Donald Trump closed his first speech as president on Friday with his campaign slogan “Make America great again“.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:08.36
    2017年01月20日
    USA - Inauguration of Donald Trump as 45th US President

    On Jauary 20th 2017 Donald Trump was sworn in as the successor to Barack Obama as President of the United States.After the inauguration ceremont President Donald Trump waved at crowds lining Washington‘s Pennsylvania Avenue during his inaugural parade.He was accompanied by first lady Melania Trump and their son Barron.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:05.59
    2017年01月20日
    Trump: “This is your moment“

    US President Donald Trump on Friday told the American people in his inaugural address that this was their moment.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:20.10
    2017年01月20日
    Trump: today people become rulers of the nation

    US President Donald Trump said on Friday the day he was sworn in as America‘s 45th president was “the day the people became the rulers of this nation again.“He took the helm of a deeply divided nation and put Republicans in control of the White House for the first time in eight years.The billionaire businessman and former reality television star has pledged an era of profound change, energizing his supporters with promises to wipe away predecessor Barack Obama‘s signature achievements and to restore America to a lost position of strength.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:17.67
    2017年01月19日
    Trump Thanks Supporters at Inaugural Concert

    Donald Trump is attending an inauguration concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. President-elect Donald Trump and his family are listening to music at the “Make America Great Again Welcome Concert.“Trump spoke at the inaugural concert, saying he is looking forward to the inauguration ceremony on Friday, acknowledging “so many people have poured into Washington, D.C.“ and credited them for spurring a “movement.“、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:22.10
    2017年01月18日
    USA - Obama‘s last days - Obama delivers final speech to the nation / Obama rejects discrimination against Muslims

    On January 10th 2017 US President Barack Obama made his farewell speech in Chicago, telling an audience that it was his turn to “say thanks.“The occasion marked the unofficial countdown to the end of his presidency.President Obama called for the rejection of discrimination against Muslim Americans to loud applause.***On January 12th a teary-eyed Joe Biden accepted the Presidential Medal of Freedom from US President Barack Obama.The Vice-President received the medal - the highest US civilian honour - at a ceremony at the White House in Washington DC.***On January 18th US President Barack Obama defended his decision to commute convicted leaker Chelsea Manning‘s prison sentence, telling reporters that “justice has been served“ in her case.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 04:46.01
    2017年01月11日
    Obama: still believe change can happen

    US President Barack Obama made his farewell speech in Chicago on Tuesday night, telling an audience that after eight years as US president he still believes change can happen.The occasion marked the unofficial countdown to the end of his presidency.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:45.57
    2017年01月11日
    Obama: Russia, China, cannot match US

    US President Barack Obama said Russia and China cannot match US influence, in a farewell speech in Chicago on Tuesday night.He also called for the rebuilding of America‘s democratic institutions and for the reduction in the “corrosive influence of money“ in US politics.The occasion marked the unofficial countdown to the end of his presidency.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:42.50
    2017年01月11日
    Obama highlights achievements of presidency

    US President Barack Obama touted his record as president during a farewell speech in Chicago on Tuesday night.The occasion marked the unofficial countdown to the end of his presidency.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:33.89
    2017年01月11日
    Obama delivers final speech to the nation

    US President Barack Obama made his farewell speech in Chicago on Tuesday night, telling an audience that it was his turn to “say thanks.“The occasion marked the unofficial countdown to the end of his presidency.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:54.64
    2017年01月11日
    Obama defends health care changes

    US President Barack Obama defended his cherished health care reforms during a farewell speech in Chicago on Tuesday night.On race relations, he said it remains “a potent and often divisive force in our society.“、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:35.03
    2017年01月11日
    Obama Delivers Farewell Speech to the Nation

    President Barack Obama stepped on stage to give his farewell address in Chicago Tuesday night.Obama plans to reaffirm in his farewell address his belief that change only happens when “ordinary people get involved, get engaged and come together to demand it.“Obama plans to say that after eight years in the White House he still believes in the power of change.The outgoing president plans to tell supporters in the city that launched his political career that change is the “beating heart of our American idea — our bold experiment in self-government.“Obama will note the founding fathers gave Americans the freedom to “chase our individual dreams through our sweat, toil and imagination.“、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:45.50
    2017年01月03日
    Biden snaps selfies at Senate swearing in

    US Vice President Joe Biden blew kisses and posed for selfies at his final swearing in for the Senate in Washington on Tuesday. Biden posed for family photos of returning and incoming senators of the 115th Congress. 、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:28.48
    2016年12月05日
    「AP」ロンドンの最高裁判所前でのEU離脱抗議デモ

    Small groups of protesters held rival demonstrations on Monday as judges inside the Supreme Court in London were hearing arguments as to whether the government had the right to leave Europe without parliamentary approval.Britain‘s Supreme Court began hearing a landmark case on Monday that will decide who has the power to trigger the UK‘s exit from the European Union - the government or Parliament.The legal battle has major constitutional implications for the balance of power between the legislature and the executive, and has inflamed Britain‘s already raw wound over how and whether to leave the EU.Prime Minister Theresa May plans to trigger Article 50 of the EU‘s key treaty by the end of March, using centuries-old government powers known as royal prerogative.The powers - traditionally held by the monarch but now used by politicians - enable decisions about joining or leaving international treaties to be made without a parliamentary vote. 、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:26.80
    2016年11月23日
    「AP」ロンドンでのEU離脱抗議デモ

    Protesters gathered at a pro-EU rally outside the UK Houses of Parliament on Tuesday following last week‘s historic referendum result.A rally in Trafalgar Square had been initially abandoned after 50,000 people showed interest in attending, but many arrived anyway and protested directly outside the Parliament building. Thousands of people dissatisfied with the UK‘s decision to leave the 28-member EU had been expected to attend similar rallies across the UK, but several had to be cancelled over potential crowd sizes. 、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:17.68
    2016年09月22日
    Suu Kyi Says Rakhine Is ‘A Big Problem‘

    Former political prisoner Aung San Suu Kyi made her first speech Wednesday at the U.N. General Assembly since forming a democratically elected government and called for international understanding as Myanmar grapples with sectarian tensions. After her speech at the United Nations she spoke to a group at the Asia Society about Myanmar‘s transition to democracy Sitting with former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, she defended the recent appointment of a commission led by former U.N. chief Kofi Annan as the government seeks to relieve communal tension and strife in Rakhine state. Suu Kyi has been criticized by some human rights activists for not speaking out forcefully in support of the Rohingya people, a Muslim population in the state.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:40.11
    2016年08月15日
    Donald Trump Talks Combating Terrorism

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is outlining his plan to combat terrorism in a speech in swing state Ohio on Monday. Trump will call for a new ideological test for admission to the United States, vetting applicants on their stance on issues like religious freedom, gender equality and gay rights. The policy would represent a significant shift in how the U.S. manages entry into the country. Trump will also call for “foreign policy realism“ and an end to nation-building if elected president.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:11.67
    2016年07月02日
    「AP」ロンドンでのEU離脱デモ

    Thousands of European Union supporters are singing, dancing and marching through the streets of London to protest the United Kingdom‘s vote to leave the EU.Saturday‘s two-mile (three-kilometre) “March for Europe“ from Hyde Park to Parliament was organised on social media.Many of the marchers say they expect lawmakers to block any moves to leave the 28-nation bloc, a move backed by 52 percent of voters in the June 23 referendum. 、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:04.16
    2016年06月28日
    「AP」ロンドンでのEU離脱反対デモ

    Protesters gathered at a pro-EU rally outside the UK Houses of Parliament on Tuesday following last week‘s historic referendum result.A rally in Trafalgar Square had been initially abandoned after 50,000 people showed interest in attending, but many arrived anyway and protested directly outside the Parliament building.Thousands of people dissatisfied with the UK‘s decision to leave the 28-member EU had been expected to attend similar rallies across the UK, but several had to be cancelled over potential crowd sizes. 、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:41.94
    2016年06月28日
    Trump Goes After Trade Deals in Pa. Speech

    Republican Donald Trump took aim at U.S. free trade deals in a speech delivered in Western Pennsylvania Tuesday that painted his likely Democratic Hillary Clinton as a champion of the kind of globalization that has pushed manufacturing jobs overseas. “This wave of globalization has wiped out totally, totally our middle class,“ said Trump, standing in front of stacks of compressed metal on the floor of Alumisource, a plant that provides aluminum scrap and other raw materials to the aluminum and steel industries. “It doesn‘t have to be this way. We can turn it around and we can turn it around fast,“ he said. The speech, delivered in the heart of America‘s struggling rust belt, stressed a central premise of his campaign: that global free trade — a Republican Party staple for decades — has hurt American workers because deals have been negotiated poorly. 、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 05:20.82
    2016年06月22日
    Celebration of life of murdered UK MP

    Thousands of people have gathered in London and in cities around the world to commemorate slain British lawmaker Jo Cox on what would have been her 42nd birthday. Artists, friends and family members took to a stage in Trafalgar Square on Wednesday to praise a woman they described as a passionate campaigner for the rights of refugees and women. Cox was shot and stabbed to death in her constituency on Thursday by a man who later gave his name in court as “death to traitors, freedom for Britain“. Her killing shocked Britain and triggered a three-day pause in campaigning for a referendum on Thursday on the country‘s EU membership.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:03.78
    2016年06月03日
    Trump Slams Clinton‘s Foreign Policy Speech

    Presumed Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump focused on criticizing Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, during a campaign rally in San Jose, California on Thursday. Trump responded to a speech where Clinton had called Trump‘s foreign policy ideas and temperament dangerous. He called the speech a phony hit job, said she was not Presidential, and compared her to the sleep aid sominex.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:29.92
    2015年07月12日
    Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump criticized US immigration and trade policies on Saturday in a speech

    Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump criticized U.S. immigration and trade policies on Saturday in a speech that veered from accusing Mexico of deliberately sending criminals across the border to professing respect for the Mexican government and love for its people. In the 4,200-capacity Phoenix convention center packed with flag-waving supporters, Trump said, “I respect Mexico greatly as a country. But the problem we have is their leaders are much sharper than ours, and they‘re killing us at the border and they‘re killing us on trade.“ Trump‘s speech was filled with tangents and insults leveled at business partners such as Univision and NBC that have dropped him in the wake of his comments that Mexican immigrants bring drugs and crime to the U.S. and are rapists. 、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:17.13
    2015年06月26日
    「AP」中国株式市場の暴落

    China‘s markets slumped on Friday as authorities continue moves to tighten rules on margin financing, which involves using borrowed money to buy stocks.The Shanghai Composite index, which until a few weeks ago was up 150 percent over the past 12 months, dropped 7.4 percent to 4192.87 by close of business, adding up to more than an 11 percent drop this week.The Shenzhen index dropped even further, by 8.24 percent, to close at 14398.79.Market analysts have attributed the fall to tighter rules on margin financing and the fact that some large institutional investors decided to sell up.China‘s equity markets have sizzled over the past year. In January, the China Securities Regulatory Commission imposed margin trading curbs on several major brokerages, leading to a similar drop in the market. クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:04.09
    2015年01月24日
    Billionaire Donald Trump told attendees at the Iowa Freedom Summit on Saturday

    Billionaire Donald Trump told attendees at the Iowa Freedom Summit on Saturday that Republicans should not look to former Florida Governor Jeb Bush or 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney in 2016. “You can‘t have Romney, he choked, you can‘t have Bush,“ said Trump, “the last thing we need is another Bush.“ A number of leading political figures spoke on Saturday at the summit, a gathering of social conservatives set to play an important role as the early voting state helps determine the GOP‘s 2016 presidential nominee Bush and Romney are skipping the forum, billed as the first big event of the unfolding 2016 campaign.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:53.41
    2014年12月10日
    Peace prize laureates cut celebration cake

    The winners of the 2014 Nobel Peace prize attended a joint India-Pakistan celebration party in Oslo on Wednesday. Earlier in the day Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan and Kailash Satyarthi of India received their prizes for risking their lives to help protect children from slavery, extremism and forced labour. After a cake cutting ceremony both laureates stressed the importance of overcoming mistrust between their two countries. Malala said she had “always loved India“ and wished to go there. “The only thing in which I don‘t support India is cricket match. Other than that I‘m totally with India,“ she said to laugher from the audience. The two hour event included performances by Indian and Pakistani artists.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 05:09.81
    2014年12月10日
    Interview with Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai; exhibition

    Nobel peace laureate Malala Yousafzai said on Wednesday she hopes that her prize will inspire young girls all over the world to fight for their rights, and to step forward to lead. Yousafzai insisted that she felt the bond of a global sisterhood of sorts, with women gathering the strength to fight for equality. “It‘s their voice that I will be raising today,“ she said. Yousafzai, who is from Pakistan, is sharing the prize with Kailash Satyarthi of India. Both have campaigned for the rights of children and young people, particularly education. Meanwhile, the The Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo has honoured both laureates with an exhibition telling the story of their fight for children‘s rights. Included in the display are photographs of Yousafzai as a child and the uniform she wore on the day she was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman in October 2012. 、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2021011600006

  • 03:26.30
    2014年12月09日
    Joint peace prize winners say education can help bring unity and freedom from poverty

    Nobel Peace Prize winners Malala Yousafzai from Pakistan and Kailash Satyarthi of India on Tuesday stressed the importance of uniting people across borders and religions by educating children and freeing them from poverty. Malala, 17, who was shot in the head two years ago for insisting that girls have as much right to education as boys, said children around the world “need to stand up“ and speak up for their rights. Sitting side-by-side with Malala, the 60-year-old Satyarthi said that even if a single child is denied education “we cannot say we are enlightened.“ The Nobel Peace Prize winners were speaking to reporters in the Norwegian capital Oslo a day before being presented their awards on 10 December, the anniversary of Alfred Nobel‘s death in 1896.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 03:24.17
    2014年10月10日
    Taliban attack survivor Malala Yousafzai comments on Nobel prize; vox pops

    Pakistani education campaigner Malala Yousafzai celebrated her Nobel Peace Prize on Friday where she always wished to be: in school. The 17-year-old Pakistani girl shot by the Taliban for daring to want an education learned she had become the youngest Nobel laureate ever on Friday while attending classes at Edgbaston High School for girls in Birmingham, the city in central England that she now calls home. The teenager had travelled to Birmingham for medical treatment after being targeted by the Taliban for her relentless objections to the group‘s regressive interpretation of Islam that limits girls‘ access to education. She was shot while returning home from school in Pakistan‘s scenic Swat Valley two years ago, almost to the day. 、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:42.56
    2014年10月06日
    Japan Typhoon(平成26年台風第18号)

    A powerful typhoon made landfall in central Japan on Monday morning after washing three American airmen in Okinawa out to sea the previous day, killing at least one.Typhoon Phanfone came ashore near the city of Hamamatsu shortly after 8 am local time (2300GMT Sunday).Authorities issued evacuation advisories for more than 400,000 people in the storm‘s path.The high winds and heavy rains also hit the Japanese capital, Tokyo, causing disruption for commuters.One of Japan‘s main bullet train services was suspended between Tokyo and Osaka because of the heavy rain, whilst others were delayed leaving many passengers stranded.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 02:37.12
    2014年07月18日
    「AP」ジェンキンスさん、日本で入院

    JAPAN JENKINS REAXAccused US Army deserter Charles Jenkins was admitted to a Tokyo hospital on Sunday for treatment for abdominal troubles following an operation in North Korea.Jenkins and his wife and two daughters arrived in Japan earlier on Sunday.The family were immediately taken by bus to Tokyo Women‘s Medical University Hospital, where they will all stay while Jenkins undergoes received medical attention.As the bus carrying the family approached the hospital entrance, local residents who had waited for family‘s arrival, applauded.At the hospital, officials and relatives of other Japanese allegedly abducted by North Korea drew attention to the plight of ten people still listed as missing, who they believe could also have been taken there, along with almost a hundred others.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:01.39
    2014年07月13日
    Malala Yousafzai, the teenage Pakistani schoolgirl who was shot by militants, has traveled to Abuja

    Malala Yousafzai, the teenage Pakistani schoolgirl who was shot by militants, has travelled to Abuja to meet the relatives of Nigerian schoolgirls who have been kidnapped by Boko Haram. Malala met with members of the group ‘Bring Back Our Girls‘, a group formed from activists and the relatives of the kidnapped schoolgirls, to voice her solidarity with their movement. “Thank you do much for telling the world that this is happening here,“ she told them, “and not only just knowing but also to tell the world to stand up with you and to raise our voices for those girls“. Some 276 schoolgirls were abducted on 15 April from a school in northeast Chibok town. Dozens escaped but 219 still are missing. Boko Haram - which means “Western education is sinful“ - had attacked many schools and killed hundreds of students, some burned alive in dormitories. Malala was herself persecuted for supporting the education of women.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

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  • 01:12.23
    2014年02月24日
    Netflix

    Netflix has reached a deal with Comcast to ensure that its TV shows and movies are streamed smoothly to households.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2020081202013

  • 02:18.97
    2014年01月17日
    Two decades after a magnitude-6.7 earthquake struck Los Angeles and surrounding communities

    Two decades after a magnitude-6.7 earthquake struck Los Angeles and surrounding communities, buildings around the region remain vulnerable. While there has been progress to rebuild and shore up freeways and hospitals, there has been less attention paid to concrete buildings and housing with ground-floor parking. At 4:31 a.m. on Jan. 17, 1994, the ground shuddered beneath the bedroom community of Northridge, rippling seismic energy outward. After the shaking stopped, sections of the city laid in fiery tatters. Several dozens died and 9,000 were injured. The quake caused $25 billion in damage - the costliest U.S. natural disaster at the time. The largest cluster of deaths occurred at the Northridge Meadows complex where 16 people were killed when their first-floor apartments crashed onto the parking garage below.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2021031704713

  • 02:26.61
    2012年12月06日
    Stem cell pioneers comment on winning medicine prize

    A co-recipient of the 2012 Nobel Prize for Medicine on Thursday refuted criticism that he and his fellow-winner were “playing God“. Briton Sir John Gurdon was speaking at a news conference held with co-recipient Japan‘s Shinya Yamanaka in Stockholm, ahead of Monday‘s award ceremony for the Nobel Prize The two men were awarded the prize for discovering that ordinary cells of the body can be reprogrammed into stem cells, which then can turn into any kind of tissue - a finding that may lead to new treatments. The prize committee at Stockholm‘s Karolinska Institute said the discovery had “revolutionised our understanding of how cells and organisms develop.“ Gurdon showed in 1962 - the year Yamanaka was born - that the DNA from specialised cells of frogs, like skin or intestinal cells, could be used to generate new tadpoles. That showed the DNA still had its ability to drive the formation of all cells of the body.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2021011600009

  • 01:35.06
    2011年12月06日
    DV Novak Djokovic (FF)

    The morning after winning his first U.S. Open open title, Novak Djokovic posed for pictures with the trophy at the top of the Empire State building.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2020072300509

  • 01:47.34
    2011年03月11日
    Japan Commuters

    Millions of commuters in Tokyo were left without a place where to go as the capital‘s usual bustling traffic came to a standstill on Friday after the biggest earthquake in modern Japanese history.The magnitude-8.9 temblor off Japan‘s northeastern coast shook buildings in the capital, left millions of homes across Japan without electricity, shut down the mobile phone network and severely disrupted landlines.It also brought the train system to a halt, paralysing the daily commuter flow of more than 10 (m) million people.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2020072300508

  • 04:52.05
    2010年07月29日
    UK Health Web Doctor

    Boom in online doctors - but will patients be safe?、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2020081202015

  • 03:18.96
    2010年04月28日
    上海万博前の上海

    Shanghai has undergone a lavish facelift in preparation for the World Expo with new subway lines, roads and even an airport terminal, but some residents say that the city‘‘s cultural heritage is being sacrificed in the building frenzy.Shanghai‘‘s World Expo is China‘‘s sequel to Beijing‘‘s 2008 Olympics and authorities have been busy sprucing up the city in preparation for the six month long event.The Expo opens on May 1 in Shanghai and is expected to attract 70 (m) million visitors, including an estimated five (m) million foreign tourists.Yet some Shanghai residents complain that the ‘‘Better City Better Life‘‘ motto of the Expo has not improved their lives and improvements have been passed over older buildings that should be protected as historical sites.Old neighbourhoods have been replaced by parks, office towers and chic shopping malls. 、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2020012810118

  • 05:25.65
    2009年11月25日
    「AP」東京で2009国際ロボット展

    Very life-like, this robotic receptionist is on hand to welcome you to her stand at the International Robot Expo in Tokyo.While a large section of the Expo is dedicated to industrial robots, a lot of work has been put into giving robots more human characteristics.But there are also the cute and friendly bots - like the little “Rapid Robot“, as well as robots that can make traditional Japanese food or kick the odd football.One of the exhibitors has fun showing off their “bionic“ apparatus to an admiring audience.Tokyo University has been rapidly moving into an area where humanoid technology has real life applications in the work place.They‘ve come up with a muscle suit developed to enable people to lift heavy objects that they normally could not manage.The suit is taped outside the body to arms, torso and legs.クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2019022007040

  • 03:13.22
    2009年01月20日
    Stepping into history, Barack Hussein Obama grasped the reins of power as America‘s first black president on Tuesday

    Stepping into history, Barack Hussein Obama grasped the reins of power as America‘s first black president on Tuesday, declaring the nation must choose ‘hope over fear, unity of purpose over conflict and discord.‘ (Jan. 20)、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2021011407383

  • 02:00.28
    2006年03月28日
    Residents partake in old custom as cherry blossom comes into bloom

    Japanese were pouring into parks and crowding out tree-lined avenues on Tuesday as the cherry blossom season got under way this week. The time-honoured tradition of ‘hanami‘ involves groups of workers and friends gathering under pink and white cherry blossom to eat, drink and be merry. In Yoyogi park in Central Tokyo, a sunny afternoon was the occasion for many office groups to be amongst the first to celebrate hanami by gathering during their lunch break. The Hanami week began in Tokyo over the weekend and is expected to last until the beginning of next week, depending on the weather. Cherry blossoms are cherished in Japan as a symbol of spring and the ephemeral nature of life and beauty. The delicate flowers fall from the trees just days after blooming, as the first spring rains usually leave the trees with only their budding, new leaves.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2021031704708

  • 03:33.51
    2005年07月14日
    「AP」知床を世界自然遺産に

    SOUTH AFRICA UNESCOA UNESCO panel will open discussions on Thursday on whether to admit the Shiretoko area of Hokkaido in Japan as a natural heritage site.UNESCO‘s World Heritage Committee, holding its 29th session in Durban, South Africa, is likely to include the northern Japan district on the World Heritage List as recommended by its advisory body.In May, an advisory body to the UNESCO committee recommended that the Shiretoko area should be included by the UN body as a world natural heritage site.If the site is approved, Shiretoko will become Japan‘s third natural heritage site on the UNESCO list and first to include a sea area.Shiretoko is a 70,000-plus-hectare site and straddles parts of the towns of Rausu and Shari on the Shiretoko Peninsula. クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2019010816875

  • 03:07.02
    2005年03月16日
    「AP」竹島の日制定に抗議する韓国国民

    SOUTH KOREA JAPANSouth Korea on Wednesday vowed to maintain its grip on islets, also claimed by Japan, after a provincial Japanese assembly asserted Tokyo‘s claims in a vote that the Seoul government called deplorable, while insisting it would have no effect.“We clearly state that such deplorable action by the Shimane Prefectural Assembly doesn‘t have any impact on the status of Dokdo,“ Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon said.The Shimane Prefectural Assembly approved a measure making 22 February Takeshima Day to celebrate Tokyo‘s claim of sovereignty over volcanic islets, known in Korean as Dokdo. クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2019010816872

  • 01:38.23
    2004年11月12日
    「AP」日本政府、韓国の核実験に関するIAEAレポートに言及

    JAPAN SOUTH KOREAA Japanese Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Friday that Tokyo was studying the contents of a report made public by IAEA , the International Atomic Energy Agency, regarding South Korean nuclear experiments revealed earlier this year.The IAEA had reported on Thursday that some of the nuclear materials produced by South Korean experiments were close to weapons grade, but that the experiments were not linked to any secret weapons development programme.Hatsuhisa Takashima said Japan had received the report but that it could not disclose the contents of the report as it is classified.But Takashima said the Japanese government was satisfied with the state of cooperation extended by the South Korean government to the IAEA inspectors. クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2019010816874

  • 03:00.34
    2003年04月23日
    「AP」SARS対策の赤外線カメラを空港に設置

    JAPAN SARSNew Technology is being installed at Japan‘s largest international airport near Tokyo to detect feverish passengers travelling from areas infected by SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome), officials said on Wednesday.The thermal image camera, which was tested on Wednesday, will be mounted near one of four quarantine gates for passengers arriving from Hong Kong, Beijing, Guangzhou and other affected areas.The equipment scans human bodies for unusually high temperatures.Passengers with a fever will be taken aside and advised to visit the airport clinic, according to Health Ministry official in charge of SARS prevention.Anyone with a fever of 38 degrees Celsius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit) or higher would be designated “hot red“ on the camera monitor.クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2019010816873

  • 03:46.92
    2001年12月25日
    アルゼンチンのクリスマス

    キーワード:Jorge Mario Bergoglio、Francis、pope、ローマ法王、ローマ教皇、アルゼンチン、クリスマス、ホルヘ・マリオ・ベルゴリオ、フランシスコ、In the midst of a grave economic crisis, the Christmas message of hope held particular resonance this year for beleaguered Argentines.Argentina, now in its fourth year of recession, has just defaulted on its national debt, as the new president unveils a raft of measures designed to pull the country out of the doldrums.Here at the midnight Christmas mass at the national cathedral in Buenos Aires, the Cardinal preached that in these dark times, only Christ can offer hope.=2001/12/25、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2019083001425

  • 02:47.93
    2001年07月23日
    Hong Kong dancers break world record for ‘parapara‘ dancing

    Hong Kong succeeded to set a new Guinness world record for parapara dancing on Sunday, with more than ten thousand people attended this synchronized dance craze imported from Japan.Led by local pop stars, Aaron Kwok Fu-Shing and Cecilia Cheung Pak Chi, the record-setting attempt lasted for three minutes and thirty-five seconds.The crowd, including locals and westerners, grown-ups and children, gathered at the former waterfront Tamar site in early afternoon to practice dance moves with the choreographer.The attempt is a side project for promoting Aaron Kwok‘s new production, Para Para Sakura, a romantic movie filmed in both Shanghai and Japan.Kwok is one of the most very popular canto-pop kings in Asia and amongst the Chinese population in the world.More than ten thousand people showed up at the gala.The record will later be sent to the Guinness world record committee after the exact number of attendants is calculated.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2021011407385

  • 01:42.93
    2001年04月01日
    Tokyo zoo puts its director in a monkey cage as an April Fool‘s Day exhibit.

    People flocked to Ueno Zoo in central Tokyo on Sunday to view a rather unusual specimen. The surprise exhibit, housed in the monkey house, was a fully grown Homosapien. For one day only- April Fool‘s day of course- the zoo decided to put its director on show. Hiroshi Sugaya was introduced to children gathered around the monkey house as the “naked ape“. He seemed to fit in well with his fellow primates. But the zoo‘s director said he was keen to resume his normal position in the zoo‘s hierarchy- from the other side of the bars. 、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2021031704718

  • 03:25.17
    2000年09月08日
    AUSTRALIA: NELSON MANDELA SPEECH

    Former South African President Nelson Mandela on Friday urged the Australian government to take account of Aboriginal concerns, but stopped short of supporting calls for an apology for past practices. Mandela received a standing ovation when he attended the “It Starts With Me“ World Reconciliation Day celebrations in Melbourne. Describing his tour of Australia, the elderly statesman said he had been overwhelmed by the hospitality of the people. SOUNDBITE: (English) “As a young boxer it was my dream that one day I would become the heavyweight boxing champion of the world. That day never came but after the engagements I have had in Australia. In Sydney, Canberra, and now in Melbourne, I feel like a super heavy-weight boxing champion.“ SUPER CAPTION: Nelson Mandela, Former South African President、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2021012001355

  • 04:02.87
    1999年07月19日
    USA: MOON LANDING 30TH ANNIVERSARY PREVIEW 「AP」アメリカ、月面着陸30周年記念

    July 16 & 20, 1969 Kennedy Space Centre, Florida and the Moon / July 15, 1999 Palos Verdes Estates California / July 15, 1999 Cutchogue, New York. July 20, 1969 - Moon‘s surface - NASA. 1. Neil Armstrong steps onto moon. 2. Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin plant American flag on moon. July 16, 1999 - Kennedy Space Centre, Florida - NASA3. Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Gene Cernan, and Walter Cunningham at press conference. 4. SOUNDBITE: Neil Armstrong, First Man on the Moon.July 20, 1969 - Moon - NASA 5. Buzz Aldrin on moon. 6. Buzz Aldrin walk across moon surface.July 16, 1999 - Kennedy Space Centre, Florida - NASA 、クレジット:NASA/AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2019052702263

  • 03:27.77
    1999年03月26日
    Mandela‘s Farewell Speech To Parliament

    114270 EF99/0339 POOL (Mandela‘s farewell speech to parliament) Johannesburg, South Africa - March 26 1999 Wide shot Mandela arriving in Parliament Wide shot Mandela walking down and members of Parliament clapping Mid shot members of Parliament clapping Wide shot Mandela walking to podium. Wide shot members of Parliament clapping SOUNDBITE: (English) Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa: “To the extent that I have been able to take our country forward to this new era it is because I am the product of the people of the world who have cherished the vision of a better life for all people everywhere. They insisted, in a spirit of self-sacrifice, that that vision should be realized in South Africa too. They gave us hope because we knew by their solidarity that our ideas could not be silenced since they were the ideas of all humanity.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2021012001351

  • 02:09.93
    1998年05月26日
    「AP」天皇皇后両陛下 英国ご訪問 晩餐会ご出席

    EMPEROR AKIHITO & EMPRESS MICHIKO ATTEND ROYAL BANQUET. London-26 May, 1998.クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2018061300490

  • 04:52.92
    1997年12月20日
    中国・上海に新しい金融街建設

    A new city is being built within the city of Shanghai - in a bid to create a financial centre to rival Hong Kong, London and New York.Once known as the ‘Pearl of the Orient‘, Shanghai had a vibrant economy in the 1920‘s and 30‘s.Now, with huge Chinese and foreign investment, it is booming again.Shanghai‘s famous riverfront - the Bund.The grand buildings along the Huangpo are testimony to Shanghai‘s grand colonial past.Now 40 years after the stagnation that followed communist rule, a new city is rising on the opposite shores.The glass and steel high rises will become a new financial district and free trade zone.Once a vast farmland, Pudong, meaning `East of the River‘, is the brainchild of the late leader Deng Xiao Ping whose economic reforms started China‘s economic boom in the 80‘s.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2020012810119

  • 00:55.78
    1997年12月17日
    「中日映画社」アンテナ付き携帯電話

    キーワード:アンテナ付き携帯電話で話す女性。90年代、アンテナ、ガラケー、ガラパゴス携帯、ガラパゴス電話、平成、携帯、携帯電話 ※撮影日不明・公開日:1997年(平成9年)12月17日、クレジット:中日映画社/共同通信イメージズ ※高ビットレート素材あり、要問い合わせ ※テレビ番組利用の場合は、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2020031200524

  • 02:15.90
    1997年02月03日
    SWITZERLAND: DAVOS: WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM: NELSON MANDELA SPEECH

    South African President Nelson Mandela has urged global business and government leaders Monday to join in an anti-AIDS effort like that mounted against Apartheid. He told the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that Aids, like Apartheid, could be conquered if everyone worked together. Mandela reported that six million people around the world are estimated to have died of AIDS, and that 22 million people have been infected with the AIDS virus. Having conquered Apartheid, South African President Nelson Mandela has a new fight on his hands - that of combating Aids. And in the same way that he fought Apartheid, he‘s calling for international help to wipe out the disease. He told the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that the Aids epidemic cut down those in the peak productive and reproductive age groups. 、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2021012001354

  • 02:20.90
    1995年12月30日
    「AP」餅つきをする東関部屋の力士たち

    JAPAN: SUMO WRESTLERS PREPARE FOR TOURNAMENTTokyo, Japan, 28th December 19951. Akebono, grand sumo champion pounding steamed rice2. Sumo wrestler bringing rice to steam outside3. Zoom back from CU of rice to box steamer4. Wrestler putting cover over box steamer5. Close up of Takamiyama, former sumo wrestler now stablemaster6. Azumazeki, former Takamiyama talking to guests7. Close up of sign saying Azumazeki8. Wide of Azumazeki with kids9. Wrestler bringing steamed rice ready to be pounded10. Two wrestlers pounding steamed rice11. Wrestler saying Hot, hot! with pounded rice in his hands12. Akebono (Chad Rowan) arrives in dohyo or practice room13. Cut away - fan with camera14. Tilt up from feet of Akebono to his upper body15. Wrestler dancing to music16. Akebono starts pounding steamed rice17. Cut away - children18. SOUNDBITE: Fan of Akebono20. Close up of poster showing two Yokozuna, grand sumo championsクレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2019052702260

  • 01:10.93
    1995年07月04日
    JAPAN: TOKYO: NELSON MANDELA VISIT

    Japan‘s Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko held an audience for South African President Nelson Mandela. Mandela is on a five-day official visit to hold talks with Japanese leaders. The emperor and empress greeted Mandela here at Akasaka Palace: the state guesthouse. After greeting the Emperor and Empress - he also met with Crown Prince Naruhito and Princess Masako, and Prince Akishino and Princess Kiko, Prime Minister Tomiichi Murayama was also there. Palace officials say Mandela and the Emperor discussed various topics including South African relief offers to the devastating earthquake region of Kobe. The Emperor decorated Mandela with Japan‘s highest order, the Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum, and Mandela presented the emperor with South Africa‘s Order of Good Hope, Class I, Grand Cross (Gold). 、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2021012001350

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    1995年05月04日
    JAPAN: TOKYO: DISNEYLAND

    It‘s “Golden Week“ in Japan - a time when the money markets close ... and much of the country takes a three day holiday. But while it‘s very much a time of Japanese celebration, in Tokyo, one of the biggest attractions is something from the very heart of traditional Americana Disneyland. For families taking a break from their daily grind, Disneyland is this week one of Tokyo‘s most popular attractions. Holiday time means business is booming ... just as it does in the original American versions of the theme park. The biggest crush will come this weekend, when as many as 100-thousand people a day are expected to attend - double the usual weekend crowds. The Japanese are apparently prepared to travel long distances to spend their money and be entertained by the Disney crew of walking stuffed animals.、クレジット:AP/共同通信イメージズ ※テレビ番組利用はできません。販売価格が異なりますので、別途お問合わせ下さい。

    商品コード: 2021031704710

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