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

-- TOP WORLD NEWS --

+ PISTORIUS

PRETORIA: Oscar Pistorius, accused of murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, appears in court for a bail hearing from 0700 GMT. RAW. Rolling news coverage

PORT ELIZABETH, SOUTH AFRICA: Funeral services at 0900 GMT for Steenkamp, whose remains will be cremated in her home town. RAW. Rolling news coverage

+ ICC/I.COAST

THE HAGUE: The ICC rules on whether there is enough evidence to try Ivorian ex-president Laurent Gbagbo on charges of masterminding a bloody election standoff in 2010-11. RAW. Rolling news coverage

ABIDJAN: Reax in Abidjan to ICC decision on Gbagbo charges. RAW. TBC

Still available:

ABIDJAN: File of Gbagbo and the post-election violence. FILE. VID382718_EN

+ CHAVEZ

CARACAS: Monitoring events in Venezuela after the return of President Chavez. RAW. TBC

-- OTHER WORLD NEWS --

+ EUROPE

ATHENS: French President Francois Hollande visits Athens. RAW. TBC

PARIS: Malian PM Dingo Cissoko meets with French defence, foreign ministers. RAW. 1800 GMT

PARIS: Engineers and manufacturers gather to discuss new ideas that could change French industry. RAW

CAMBRIDGE, UK: Protests are expected as French far right leader Marine Le Pen speaks at Cambridge University's Union Society. RAW. 1700 GMT

ROME: Comedian, actor, activist and now politician, Beppe Grillo is putting up a lively fight in Italy's legislative election on Feb 24 and 25. PKG. 2100 GMT

PARIS: Multi-starred chef Alain Ducasse to open chocolate manufacturing shop. RAW. 1800 GMT

PARIS: The world's oldest talking clock has just turned 80. PKG. 1700 GMT

LONDON: Duchess of Cambridge visits centre for drug addiction, of which she is the patron. RAW. TBA

+ ASIA-PACIFIC

NEW DELHI: British PM David Cameron continues his trade offensive in India. RAW. TBA

BANGKOK: Thailand, US hold annual military drills with Myanmar observing for the first time: chemical attack exercises. RAW. TBA

+ AFRICA

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

RUSTENBURG, SOUTH AFRICA: Follow-up after gun and machete attacks at an Amplats mine left 13 people wounded. RAW. TBC

+ MIDDLE EAST & NORTH AFRICA

TUNIS: Monitoring developing after Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali says plan for a new government of technocrats has failed. RAW. TBC

DAMASCUS: Monitoring the conflict. RAW. TBC

+ NORTH AMERICA

Ahead of the Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday:

LOS ANGELES: Want to be star -- or just make everyone think you are? One company's rent-a-paparazzi program helps to make you look like an A-lister in a town chock full of celebrities. PKG. 2300 GMT

-- FEATURES --

MANILA: The Philippine government is spending more than 240 million dollars a year trying to clean up the Pasig River, a toxic black waterway that cuts through the nation's capital. PKG. 0500 GMT

MUZO, COLOMBIA: Colombia produces more than half the world's emeralds, but mining the green gems is a tough job, done by children as young as 15 for a minimum wage of just 320 dollars a month. PKG. 2000 GMT

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