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-- TOP WORLD NEWS --

+ KENYA ELECTION

Coming up:

VARIOUS, KENYA: News coverage of Kenya's general election. RAW. TBA

Filed over past 12 hours:

GATUNDU, KENYA: Presidential candidate and ICC indictee Uhuru Kenyattta votes in general election. RAW. VID495689_EN. VID495768_EN

NAIROBI: Presidential candidate Raila Odinga votes Nairobi's biggest slum Kibera. RAW. VID495669_EN

ILNGAROOJ, KAJIADO COUNTY, KENYA: Maasai men and women vote. RAW. VID495726_EN

NAIROBI: Thousands of Kenyans queue from before dawn in Nairobi's biggest slum Kibera as polls opens in hard-fought elections. RAW. VID495650_EN. VID495683_EN

MOMBASA, KENYA: At least 12 people including six policemen are killed in clashes hours before polling stations opened in tense general election. RAW. VID495663_EN, VID495667_EN

+ HIV BABY

Coming up:

WAHSINGTON: HIV cured in baby for the first time: scientists. RAW. 1700 GMT

PARIS: Interview with Pasteur medical institute on news an HIV-positive baby in United States has been 'cured' by early treatment. RAW. 1900 GMT

+ VATICAN CONCLAVE

Coming up:

VATICAN CITY: Catholic cardinals hold top-level meetings ahead of a conclave to elect a new pope after Benedict XVI's resignation. RAW. 1800 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

ROME: Nobody knows what the measurements of the next pope will be so Gammarelli -- tailors to the papacy since the 18th century -- have produced robes in small, medium and large just in case. RAW. VID495761_EN

+ QUEEN ELIZABETH II

Filed over past 12 hours:

LONDON: Queen Elizabeth II leaves hospital after being treated for gastroenteritis. RAW. VID495804_EN

LONDON: Updated file images of the queen. FILE. VID495739_EN

-- OTHER WORLD NEWS --

+ EUROPE

Attention clients: we are no longer able to provide images of Wolfgang Joop's fashion show in Paris. We apologise for the inconvenience.

Coming up:

ANCENIS, FRANCE: Relatives of four Frenchmen taken hostage in Niger in September 2010 ask for channels of dialogue to be opened up. RAW. 2200 GMT

HANOVER, GERMANY: Chancellor Angela Merkel inaugurates CeBIT tech fair. RAW. 1700 GMT

LONDON: British explorer Ranulph Fiennes shows off a heavily bandaged hand as he returns home following his evacuation from Antarctica with severe frostbite. RAW. 1700 GMT

SIBERIA, RUSSIA: Search continues for 6 teenagers missing in an avalanche in Siberia. RAW. 1700 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

PARIS: Chief of Staff of French armed forces comments on Al-Qaeda leader Abdelhamid Abou Zeid's purported death, French hostages in the region and the existence of an Islamist network in north Mali. RAW. VID495682_EN

HANOVER: 3D interactive books on display at CeBIT tech fair. RAW. VID495790_EN

BRUSSELS: EU finance ministers meet, discuss bailout deal for Cyprus. RAW. VID495766_EN

MADRID: A design think tank in Madrid is developing an entire flat with touch-screen walls so that internet addicts can stay online anywhere and anytime in their home. RAW. VID495781_EN

LONDON: Net profit at HSBC bank falls 16.5% in 2012. STOCKSHOTS. VID464305_EN

MADRID: The number of unemployed in Spain tops 5 million. STOCKSHOTS. VID484855_EN

MOSCOW: New hearing in posthumous trial into alleged tax fraud by lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, who died in custody. FILE. VID495307_EN

ROME: Pierre Soulages presents 'Soulages XXIst Century' show at Villa Medicis. RAW. VID495412_EN

RIGA: Latvia files formal bid to join eurozone. STOCKSHOTS. VID489297_EN

TBILISI: The patriarch of the Georgian Orthodox church holds mass baptism of hundreds of babies. RAW. VID495793_EN

+ AFRICA

Coming up:

BAMAKO: British Foreign Secretary William Hague holds a press conference after meeting with Malian president. RAW. 1900 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

NOUAKCHOTT: Al-Qaeda's branch in northern Africa confirms that senior leader Abdelhamid Abou Zeid has been killed in northern Mali. FILE. VID477775_EN

BAMAKO: British Foreign Secretary William Hague meets Mali's interim president. RAW. VID495736_EN

JOHANNESBURG: Protest outside court where a bail hearing had been due to take place for 8 South African policemen accused of killing a Mozambican man after draffing him behind a police van. RAW. VID495713_EN

+ MIDDLE EAST & NORTH AFRICA

Coming up:

ABU DHABI: US Secretary of State John Kerry visits. RAW. TBC

JERUSALEM: A new bus line starts solely for Palestinian workers. RAW. 1800 GMT

SYRIA: Monitoring conflict. RAW. TBC

Filed over past 12 hours:

RIYADH: US will work to empower Syrian opposition, Secretary of State John Kerry says in press conference with Saudi counterpart. RAW. VID495703_EN

RIYADH: Kerry meets Saudi Crown Prince. RAW. VID495758_EN

+ NORTH AMERICA

Coming up:

WASHINGTON: AIPAC, the influential pro-Israel lobbying organisation, opens its annual conference with an address by Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu. RAW. 1800 GMT

WASHINGTON: VP Joe Biden speaks before AIPAC conference. RAW. 1800 GMT

WASHINGTON: Monitoring developments of the US sequester. RAW. TBC

+ ASIA PACIFIC

Filed over past 12 hours:

KARACHI, PAKISTAN: Pakistan's largest city Karachi shuts down to mourn victims of car bomb. RAW. VID495796_EN

KARACHI, PAKISTAN: A huge car bomb blast in a mainly Shiite Muslim area of Karachi kills dozens. RAW. VID495613_EN

DHAKA: Schools and businesses shut across Bangladesh on the second day of a general strike called by Islamist protesters. RAW. VID495720_EN

KABUL: NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen meets ISAF Commander General Joseph Dunford in Kabul. RAW. VID495680_EN

CHONGQING, CHINA: Two years of forced labour in China's controversial "re-education" system left Peng Hong's life shattered. Now it's the object of growing calls for reform as the country's rubber-stamp parliament meets. RAW. VID495643_EN

BEIJING: China's national legislature declines to announce the country's 2013 defence budget at a press conference, in a departure from normal practice the day before its annual session opens. FILE. VID495639_EN

-- SPORT --

Filed over past 12 hours:

TOKYO: Tokyo governor Naoki Inose and handisport tennis player Shingo Kunieda knock around a few balls during the IOC on-site inspection ahead of a decision on the 2020 Olympics. RAW. VID495785_EN

-- FEATURES --

Filed:

ISLAMABAD: Acid attacks are still common in Pakistan but attitudes are slowly changing with new legislation helping out victims. PKG. NSV - VID495132_EN / VOICED - VID495133_EN

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