AFPTV Agenda

We plan to file the following videos on Tuesday. Please check the daily advisories for any additions and amendments.



BAMAKO/GAO, MALI: Following developments after French fighter jets have pounded Islamist supply bases in northern Mali seeking to flush the insurgents out of hiding. RAW. TBC

BRUSSELS: World to mull 'long-term' Mali role at Brussels talks. RAW. News coverage

VANNES, FRANCE: French Minister of Defence visits military personnel before deployment to Mali. RAW. 1500 GMT



PARIS: Reactions from French deputies as parliament continues debate of same-sex marriage bill. RAW. 1600 GMT.

STRASBOURG, FRANCE: President François Hollande addresses the European Parliament. RAW 1130 GMT (arrival and meeting), 1600 GMT (soundbites)

FLINS, FRANCE: Unions call on Renault workers to hold a "dead factory" protest over the struggling auto company's layoff plans. RAW. TBC.

PARIS: The Trio Joubran are the Palestinian people's cultural ambassadors, investing as much in the Palestinian cause as in their music, which the three brothers play with the traditional Oud. AFPTV met the trio for their 10th anniversary for which celebrations include a gig in Ramallah and an upcoming one in France's most prestigious venue, the Olympia in Paris. PKG. 1200 GMT.

Ahead of the EU summit we will file the following report:

NEUBRANDENBURG, GERMANY: The EU's Common Agricultural Policy, which represents 40 percent of the Union's total annual spend, is up for review as member states look to thrash out their budget for 2014-2020. But cut's to the 50 billion euro pot could have profound repercussions for farmers, especially in countries such as France and Germany, who benefit most from the subsidies. PKG. 0300 GMT

VARIOUS: File images of gay marriage around the world as debate hots up across Europe. FILE VID486313_EN

LONDON: A Picasso painting of Marie-Therese Walter goes on sale at Sotheby's, expected to fetch around £30 million. RAW. 0700 GMT

GAZIENTEP / KAHRAMAN MARAS, TURKEY: Media is granted access to several sites where NATO Patriot missiles are stationed near to the border with Syria. RAW. TBA


CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA: The biggest mining conference in Africa, Mining Indaba, opens amid turbulence in S. Africa. RAW. TBC


NEAR JISR AL-SHUGHUR, Syria: In Syria's war-torn Idlib province, children frolic excitedly a rifle-shot's distance away from a regime checkpoint. RAW. 0400 GMT

SYRIA: Monitoring conflict. RAW. TBC

EGYPT: Monitoring situation after the death of two activists. RAW. TBC

JERUSALEM: Inaugural session of the 19th Israeli Knesset following January 22 elections. RAW. TBA


SAO PAULO: Sao Paulo's carnival might not be as famous as Rio's but it does boast a tradition going back to 1914 and the Ambassadors of Samba, a group of singers in their 70s and 80s who keep the samba tradition alive. PKG. TBA


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan to observe Solidarity Day with Kashmiris fighting for their right to self-determination in Indian-held Kashmir. RAW. TBA

MANILA: Philippine farmer Liezl Balmaceda has never heard of Madonna, but the US pop star's endorsement of coconut water could soon help change the impoverished Philippine farmer's life for the better. PKG. 0500 GMT

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DURBAN/NESLPRUIT, SOUTH AFRICA: Mali prepare to face Nigeria, while Burkina Faso brace for Ghana in the semi-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations. Press conferences. RAW. TBA

SAINT-DENIS, FRANCE: France prepares to take on Germany in a friendly match in Paris on Wednesday. RAW. 2000 GMT

SOTCHI, RUSSIA: It is just one year prior to the winter Olympics and Paralympics, which are due to take place in Sotchi. FILE. 1000 GMT


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