• Short Summary

    President Glafkos Clerides of Cyprus on Thursday (8 August) announced an entirely new Government for the island.

  • Description

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    MV Clerides shakes hands with wounded many lying on bed.
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    MUC President look on
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    CU Clerides greets another wounded man and is shown leg wound
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    MCU Wounded man greeted by Clerides and presented with Cigarettes
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    MV Refugees PAN TO clerides walking past
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    MV Clerides chatting to people
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    CU Woman with child in arms
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    CU Baby on board PAN UP to Clerides looking
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    CU Clerides surrounded by children
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    MCU Clerides greets General Karayiannis
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    CU Photographers
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    MV Clerides and Karayiannis seated
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    SV & MV Smoke rising from buildings
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    MCU Soldier with automatic weapon behind sandbags.
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    MV Shopkeeper lowering shutter on shop
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    MV People carrying belongings along street
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    MV Smoke rising
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    MV Old woman carrying bag walking away
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    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: President Glafkos Clerides of Cyprus on Thursday (8 August) announced an entirely new Government for the island. Mr. Clerides, who took over as President almost three weeks ago, named a seven-man Cabinet comprised of men with experience an sense to solve the problems caused by the Turkish invasion.

    On Wednesday (August 7) the President visited members of the National Guard injured during fighting in recent weeks. The guardsmen are being treated in Nicosia General Hospital. President Clerides shook hands with a number of the guardsmen and offered some cigarettes. He also visited people displaced by the fighting. The refugees, mainly from villages in the Kyrenia area, are being temporarily housed in Nicosia school buildings. They're mainly women, children and old people.

    President Clerides on Wednesday also met the new commander of the National guard, General Karayiannis. The general met the President at his office in Nicosia, and spoke to newsmen before the conference.

    In Nicosia, resident have started moving out of the area along the so-called "Green line", which separates the Greek and Turkish communities. There has been heavy firing across the line and several shops have been destroyed by fire.

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVADJ4QNDT3UNM0QUJZ14S8QU6T5
    Media URN:
    VLVADJ4QNDT3UNM0QUJZ14S8QU6T5
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    10/08/1974
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:02:21:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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