Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we're working on for 10/06/2012-10/07/2012.

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Posted on October 5, 2012 at 3:03 PM

Updated Friday, Oct 5 at 3:03 PM

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CAMPAIGN (SAT/SUN) - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will be campaigning in Florida on Saturday, attending a victory rally in Apopka. President Barack Obama, joined by San Antonio, Texas, mayor Julian Castro, will attend the '30 Days to Victory' fundraising concert in California. Artists to perform include Katy Perry, Jon Bon Jovi, Stevie Wonder and Jennifer Hudson, among others.

SPACEX LAUNCH (SAT/SUN) - NASA is performing the first SpaceX launch for the organization's Commercial Resupply Services this weekend. On Saturday, NASA will hold a prelaunch science briefing and news conference. The launch is scheduled to take place on Sunday.

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SOUTH KOREA FLASH MOB (SAT) - Thousands are expected to perform South Korean rapper PSY's horse dance on a street in Seoul. PSY's music video for 'Gangnam Style' which features the dance, has more than 270 million YouTube views.

SPAIN PROTESTS - Spain's civil servants, hit with another freeze on their wages for next year, are holding a protest in Madrid.

HIGH TECH FACILITY FOR ENGLISH SOCCER PLAYERS (SAT) - When the pressure's on, English football players have been known to miss that all important World Cup penalty shoot. But now a new soccer center using NASA technology, and sports psychology, has opened in the UK that promises to tackle sporting injuries and psychological fears before the players hit the pitch.

VINTAGE CARS ON THE RISE IN INDONESIA (SAT) - Jakarta is in the midst of a vintage car craze, according to enthusiasts. They say more than 15 vintage car clubs have sprung up around the city over the last 5 years and thousands of cars dating as far back as the 1950's are being sought out and lovingly restored.

EXHIBITION CHARTS RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GERMANY AND RUSSIA (SAT) - A major exhibition tracing the relationship between the German and Russian peoples opens in Berlin. It charts the exchange of culture between the two nations and their people over the last millennium.

LIGHT DISPLAY ILLUMINATES CANBERRA FLOWER SHOW (SAT) - Canberra's annual spring flower festival has opened its gates to visitors at night. The after-dark display at the annual 'Floriade,' Australia's biggest flower show, reveals blooms in a whole new light.

SYRIA (SAT/SUN) - Fierce fighting continues between Syrian rebels and regime loyalists amid ongoing international efforts to stem the bloodshed as the civil war now enters its eighteenth month.

PUTIN TURNS 60 (SUN) - Russian President Vladimir Putin turns 60.

COMPANY TRANSFORMS COOKING OIL INTO BIOFUEL (SUN) - A small non-profit in Cambodia is turning used cooking oil into high quality, environmentally friendly biodiesel. It's a bid to help cut down the air pollution caused by petroleum diesel fuel, which has a high sulfur content.

CANADA BAMBOO BIKES (SUN) - Want to feel what it's like to fly on land? Then get yourself a bamboo bike. A team of entrepreneurs in Canada is hoping to inspire people to get out of their cars and discover the rush of riding on bamboo wheels, which they say is the closest thing to flying you can experience on land.

TRADITIONAL DANCE ON THE ISLANDS OF VANUATU (SUN) - Traditional dance is an important part of life for the many tribes of Vanuatu. Vanuatu is a nation of South Pacific islands some 1,087 miles from Australia.

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