NIGERIA OFFERS TAYLOR TEMPORARY ASYLUM Liberian leader Charles Taylor accepts a Nigerian offer of asylum. Taylor is seen walking among friendly crowds.
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Date: July 6, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:27:00, With Audio
LAGOS CRISIS Some ten thousand Nigerian men and women volunteer for the Army after the eastern state, Biafra, declares its independence. The government declared unofficial war, saying Biafra would be "crushed."
GEORGE BUSH IN NIGERIA President George Bush walks a red carpet lined with military personnel in Abuja Nigeria. The officers perform synchronized gun maneuvering. Shots of US soldiers in armored tanks travelling through the deserts of Iraq waging war. US soldiers raid a mud hut in Iraq by breaking down the door and storming inside. The director of the CIA George Tenet speaks at a conference. George Bush talks to reporters about his confidence in Tenet and the CIA with Nigerian president Olusegun Obasanjo at his side. Youth in Liberia walk through the war torn streets holding automatic weapons. Liberia's leader Charles Taylor is shown at various speaking engagements. George and Laura Bush stop on a cobble stone sidewalk to listen to an all girl choir sing a hymn for them. President Bush accepts flowers from a young child on the side of the road.
Date: July 11, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:27:00, With Audio
NIGERIAN COUP ATTEMPT Life appears to go on calmly in Nigeria's streets despite an attempted coup by dissident junior officers. Only days after he presides at a Commonwealth Ministers' Conference, Nigerian Prime Minister Balewa was kidnapped by the rebels. The uprising came as a shock to Commonwealth nations.
NIGERIA TALKS - HD In Nigeria, civilians are kept in check my military law enforcement. Montage unknown leaders, who participate in talks after the country faced back-to-back military coups. Note: Mastered currently in DVC PRO HD – 16 x 9 from film. Available in all HD and SD 4:3 formats.
DESTRUCTION FOLLOWS MILITARY COUP - 1966 Destruction and damage of homes and property follow on the heels of a violent military coup by the Nigerian Army to overthrow their government on January 15, 1966
NIGERIAN SOCCER PLAYER EZEKIEL BALA Slow motion of Nigerian soccer player, Ezekiel Bala jumping up and shooting the ball with his head in a game against Chile. The ball hits the crossbar of the goal and bounces out.
Date: July 15, 2007 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:08:00, No Audio
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