AFPTV Agenda

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


CYPRUS: Cypriots vote in a presidential election to pick a leader tasked with steering the recession-weary island away from bankruptcy. News coverage

PRISTINA: Kosovo marks the 5th anniversary of its declaration of independence from Serbia. RAW. TBA

BRUSSELS: A court will decide on Monday paedophile Marc Dutroux's request for early release and to be placed under house arrest. FILE. 0600 GMT

BRUSSELS: EU foreign ministers will discuss Monday whether to lift sanctions against Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe. FILE. 0300 GMT

ROME: Stock shots of key players in Italy's legislative election. FILE. 0500 GMT

PARIS: Mass bra-throwing session to raise awareness for breast cancer. RAW. TBA

SARLAT, FRANCE: Festival dedicated to all foods made with goose opens in southwest France. RAW. TBC


BENGHAZI, LIBYA: Celebrations to mark 2nd anniversary of Libya's revolution. RAW. TBA

JERUSALEM: Corruption trial of former foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman opens. RAW. TBA

ABU DHABI: Opening of the International Defence Exhibition & Conference, IDEX. RAW. TBA


NEW YORK: New York's Chinatown hosts an annual Lunar New Year parade. RAW. 2300 GMT

WASHINGTON: Environmental groups rally on National Mall to draw attention to climate change. RAW. TBC


BAMAKO/NORTH MALI: News coverage of events in Mali. RAW. TBC


QUITO: Voters in Ecuador go to the polls for a presidential election with incumbent Rafael Correa likely to win a new four-year term. News coverage


GAPYEONG, SOUTH KOREA: The Unification Church holds a mass wedding for 3,500 couples. RAW. TBC

SYDNEY: Aussies jump out of their clothes and into the ocean for the Sydney Skinny, billed as the world's first mass nude swimming event. RAW. TBA

TOKYO: A male actor famed for playing the role of women in Japanese Kabuki theatre is so well-loved that he has been named a National Living Treasure. PKG. 0500 GMT


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