1. Crowd gathered outside al-Shorga Branch of al-Rashid Bank (on al-Jumhoriya Street)
2. Various, US marines handling bags full of money into armoured vehicle
3. Soldier carrying bags through burnt-out building
4. Marines in armoured vehicle
5. Wads of cash in vehicle
6. Marines next to vehicle
7. US marines asleep on the cash
8. Tank driving away from bank
9. Recovered cars in safe yard
11. Police going through gates of police academy
12. Crowd of Iraqis waiting outside police academy to make complaint, or recover looted cars
13. Wide shot, Iraqi Red Crescent society headquarters
14. "Red Crescent" sign
15. Lorry full of medicine at Red Crescent
16. Various, Red Crescent workers putting recovered medicines into boxes
17. Wide shot, Red Crescent HQ
South Baghdad Power Station
18. Various, power station
19. Man walking past plant
20. Power workers walking
21. Wide shot, electricity worker at top of apartment block
22. Close shot, electricity worker
23. Men watching man on roof
24. Family observing from balcony of apartment block
25. Various, apartment block
Central Baghdad, outside Palestine Hotel
26. Wide shot, hundreds of demonstrators outside Palestine Hotel
27. Various, protesters chanting
28. Various, banners
29. Protesters chanting
30. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Iraqi Protester:
"The Americans must leave now. If they don't, I'm going to become a suicide bomber, I'm going to become a member of the Fedayeen."
31. Wide shot, protesters
Baghdad - April 17, 2003
32. Exterior, Hikmet Studios in northern Baghdad
34. Rabah Hassan walking into studio
35. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Rabah Hassan, Caretaker of Hikmet Studios
"He was very nervous, there is another room upstairs and he kept on going up and down the stairs. He didn't even get a chance to drink his cup of tea while sitting down."
36. Various, table and chairs in studio
37. Door closing
File - 8 April 2003
38. File of al-Sahhaf's final public appearance, denying US tanks are in Baghdad
The al-Shorga Branch of the al-Rashid bank in Baghdad has suffered repeated looting since the Iraqi capital fell to coalition forces, but US Marines hope to have brought it to an end.
Crowds gathered outside the bank, on al-Jumhoriya Street, on Thursday to see the Marines taking charge of stacks of banknotes and transport them to a safe and secure location.
US Marines have begun to crack down on lawlessness in the city following criticism from the Iraqi population that the Americans had not been doing enough to protect the city from anarchy.
At the Baghdad police academy, meanwhile, a range of newly recovered looted cars were being kept under lock and key.
Authorities plan to return them to their rightful owners.
As word went out that the cars had been found, locals queued up at the gate of the academy, in the hope that their own vehicles were inside.
And looted medical supplies, vaccines and pharmaceutical products were on Thursday returned to the headquarters of the Red Crescent.
The supplies were to be delivered to hospitals suffering acute supply shortages.
In a positive development for the city, South Baghdad Power Station is ready to restart operations.
The station's engineer-in chief said on Thursday that as soon as he was able to power the "auxiliaries" he would be able to start generating electricity.
Once the main turbines are powered with fuel the plant will fire up and electricity will flow.
Protests nevertheless continued on Thursday outside the Palestine Hotel in central Baghdad.
The hotel, from which a large number of Western journalists covered the recent conflict, has become a focal point for disenchanted Iraqis.
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