(28 Aug 2010)
1. Wide of Sir Sayed Road, with police vehicle
2. Mid of the road, Pakistan Army vehicle passing, police van and soldiers on road
3. Mid shot Pakistan Army soldiers heading to scene
4. SOUNDBITE: (Pashto) Bashir Ahmed Bilour, Senior Pakistan Government Minister:
"Some of our army and police officers heard firing and retaliated at about six o'clock (in the morning - 0100GMT). According to them, they have confined the terrorists to one building and they are now not allowing civilians in to avoid any casualties in the surrounding area."
5. Mid shot soldier stopping a couple on a motorcycle
6. SOUNDBITE: (Urdu) Bashir Ahmed Bilour, Senior Pakistan Government Minister:
"Yes, they (the terrorists) entered. Their entry was a sign of weakness, but they (the army) covered them in a way that they could not do anything until now."
7. Mid of road, police armed vehicle at roadside
8. Various of army vehicles driving past
9. Various, soldier standing next to stationary car
10. Soldiers at side of road
11. Liaqat Ali Khan, CCPO 'Chief Capital Police officer' Peshawar talking on phone AUDIO: (Pashto) "No one is killed there, no one injured even."
12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Liaqat Ali Khan, Peshawar police chief:
"Early in the morning there were about three to four suspects, criminals who were under interrogation. They were being shifted from one compound to the other compound. During this process of shifting from one compound to the other there were two guards with them. They attacked the two guards, overpowered them and snatched their weapons. They tried to run away, but the security cordon all around the compound was very very alert."
13. Cutaway, epaulette
14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Liaqat Ali Khan, Peshawar police chief:
"After negotiations and efforts when the got to know that there is no way out but to surrender, so they finally they laid arms, they surrendered, they have given themselves up, released the two captives they have taken, and now we have locked them up."
15. Policeman holding weapon
16. Shadow of weapon on road
17. Media vehicles on road side
Security forces stormed an army intelligence office in the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar on Saturday and freed two people who had been taken hostage by escaped militant prisoners, officials said.
There were no fatalities in the operation and the militants surrendered, according to top police official Liaqat Ali Khan.
He said the trouble began as about three or four militants were being moved inside the offices.
"During this process of shifting from one compound to the other there were two guards with them. They attacked the two guards, overpowered them and snatched their weapons. They try to run away, but the security cordon all around the compound was very very alert", he said.
One guard was injured in the shooting.
That was followed by a 10-hour gunbattle and the operation to free the hostages.
Police officials initially said militants had attacked the army intelligence office from outside.
Peshawar is the capital of troubled Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, where militants often target police and security forces.
The shooting began hours after suspected US missiles struck two vehicles carrying militants in northwestern Pakistan, killing nine of them,
intelligence officials said.
The overnight missile attack occurred in the troubled Kurram tribal region bordering Afghanistan.
The slain men were from the Haqqani Network, which is blamed for launching attacks across the border on American and NATO forces in
Afghanistan, the two intelligence officials said.
They spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to talk to the media.
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