Title:EGYPT/FILE: Trial continues of Al Jazeera journalists accused of terrorism offences in Egypt
Date:5th March 2014
CAIRO, EGYPT (MARCH 5, 2014) (REUTERS)
TANKS OUTSIDE ENTRANCE OF TORA PRISON WHERE TRIAL IS TAKING PLACE
POLICE CHECKING CARS AS THEY ENTER GATE
WIDE OF GATE
VARIOUS OF SOLDIER MANNING TANK TURRET
BROTHER OF IMPRISONED AUSTRALIAN JOURNALIST PETER GRESTE, ANDREW GRESTE, GETTING OUT OF CAR
(SOUNDBITE) (English) BROTHER OF IMPRISONED AUSTRALIAN JOURNALIST PETER GRESTE, ANDREW GRESTE, SAYING: "Got to be hopeful, I mean every time I come to court I'm hopeful but I guess anything's possible and given I don't understand the system and I don't think I ever will, I really, always got expectations but they're moderated by the possibility that, you know, this thing sort of, continues."
GRESTE SPEAKING TO JOURNALISTS
(SOUNDBITE) (English) BROTHER OF IMPRISONED AUSTRALIAN JOURNALIST PETER GRESTE, ANDREW GRESTE, SAYING: "Look it's been extremely stressful, extremely stressful. I mean but again we kind of keep reiterating - we've just got to stay strong for him, you know. So it's definitely something that I wouldn't want to wish on anyone. But I guess we think we're coping okay."
POLICE GUARDING PRISON ENTRANCE
LAWYER FOR AL-JAZEERA, MUKHLIS AL-SALHI, SPEAKING TO REPORTERS
(SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) LAWYER FOR AL-JAZEERA, MUKHLIS AL-SALHI, SAYING: "I expect this to be a procedural session only, and that there will be discussion of the witnesses. The lawyers for the accused will discuss evidence by witnesses. And there will be the presentation of the evidence. And after this session the prosecutor will present his case and then after that the defence case."
POLICE ENTERING GATES
TRUCK ENTERING GATES
CAIRO, EGYPT (FILE - DECEMBER 11, 2013) (REUTERS)
VARIOUS OF GATES OF TORA PRISON, WHERE DETAINED AL JAZEERA ENGLISH JOURNALISTS ARE BEING HELD