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

-- TOP WORLD NEWS --

+ CHAVEZ

CARACAS: Monitoring situation of ailing Venezuelan leader. TBC

+ KENYA ELECTIONS

NAIROBI / LONDON: Kenyans await results with Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga the front runners. RAW. TBC. / RAW. Analyst TBC.

+ PAPAL CONCLAVE

VATICAN CITY: Vatican spokesman Father Lombardi holds press conference after third day of meetings between the cardinals who will announce date for conclave. RAW. 1400 GMT

VATICAN CITY: Mass prayers at St Peter's. RAW. 1800 GMT

-- OTHER WORLD NEWS --

+ EUROPE

MOSCOW: Inquiry into acid attack on Bolshoi director Sergei Filin draws to a close after three arrests. Monitoring. TBC

BRUSSELS: Israeli President Shimon Peres meets Herman Van Rompuy. RAW 14H00 GMT

WARSAW: Francois Hollande and Angela Merkel in Warsaw for summit of Visegrad Group (Hungary, Poland, Czech Rep., Slovakia). RAW 18H00 GMT

GENEVA: News coverage of 83rd International Car Show. RAW. TBC

HANOVER, GERMANY: Day three of the high-tech CeBIT fair. RAW 1200 GMT

LILLE, FRANCE: Contemporary art fair opens in Lille. RAW

MADRID: New Pedro Almodovar film "Los amantes pasajeros", photo-call. RAW 14H00 GMT

+ AFRICA

BAMAKO: Monitoring the conflict. RAW. TBC

BENONI, SOUTH AFRICA: Memorial service at Daveyton football stadium for Mido Macia, a Mozambican killed after being dragged behind a South African police van. RAW 14H00 GMT

+ ASIA-PACIFIC

YANGON: Preparation ahead of the first-ever national congress of Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy. RAW. TBA

+ MIDDLE EAST & NORTH AFRICA

SYRIA : Following conflict. RAW. TBC

CAIRO: Faced with a spike in sexual violence against female protesters, Egyptian women are overcoming stigma and recounting painful testimonies to force silent authorities and a reticent society to confront "sexual terrorism." PKG. 0300 GMT

PORT SAID, EGYPT: Monitoring situation following clashes between protesters and police. RAW. TBC.

+ NORTH AMERICA

DENVER: Colorado is grappling with how to make good on its election commitment to legalize the recreational use of marijuana - which sets the state on a crash course with federal law. But some pot entrepreneurs are already open for business. PKG. 0500 GMT

WASHINGTON: Heavy snowfall expected on the East Coast of the US. RAW. TBC.

+ LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN

-- SPORT --

PARIS: Champions League: post-match press conference second leg, last 16 match between Valencia and PSG. RAW

TOKYO: International Olympic Committee evaluation commission members continue their on-site inspection in 2020 Games candidate Tokyo. RAW. 0500 GMT

-- FEATURES --

LAGOS, NIGERIA: Many Lagosians are dependent on generators for their electricity but these are expensive to run and sometimes cause deadly accidents. A group of Nigerian schoolgirls have come up with an environmentally sustainable way over running these generators, using urine. PKG. 0600

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