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We will file the following videos:



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NEW DELHI: Gang rape suspect commits suicide in prison cell. RAW. TBA

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NEW DELHI: Images of jail, protests. FILE. 0400 GMT


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CARACAS: Candidates have until Monday 1630 GMT to register for April's presidential election. RAW. TBA

Filed over past 12 hours:

CARACAS: Capriles accepts Venezuela opposition's nomination to run for president. RAW. VID497660_EN, FILE. VID452172_EN

CARACAS: Images of acting president Nicolas Maduro, Hugo Chavez's handpicked successor, during the Venezuelan Communist Party conference. RAW. VID497641_EN


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ISHINOMAKI, JAPAN: Japan holds a minute's silence and prays for the nearly 19,000 people who died when an earthquake-triggered tsunami smashed into the coast, sparking the world's worst nuclear disaster in a generation. RAW. TBA

VARIOUS: File images of tsunami, devastation caused and the nuclear disaster. FILE. 0500 GMT


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VATICAN CITY: News coverage from the Vatican City one day ahead of the papal conclave. RAW. TBC

VATICAN CITY: File images of the route that cardinals take to enter the Sistine Chapel. RAW. 1700 GMT

RIO DE JANEIRO: As the Vatican prepares to elect a new pope, eyes have focused on Sao Paulo archbishop Odilo Scherer, a moderate conservative tipped as Latin America's top contender. RAW. TBA

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VATICAN CITY: Cardinals set for a conclave this week to elect a new leader for the world's 1.2 billion Catholics celebrated masses across Rome. PKG. NSV - VID497633_EN / VOICED - VID497632_EN

VATICAN CITY: File images of previous popes Benedict XVI, John Paul II, Paul VI, John XXIII, and Pius XII. FILE. VID496813_EN

VATICAN CITY: File images of the Vatican City, the world's smallest sovereign state. FILE. VID496810_EN

VATICAN CITY: Catholics from around the globe hope their cardinal will be elected leader of their Church. FILE. VID496631_EN



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KABUL: President Hamid Karzai accuses the United States of colluding with the Taliban to justify its presence in Afghanistan. FILE. 0430 GMT

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SEOUL: South Korean and US troops launch a joint military exercise as North Korea severs its hotline with Seoul. FILE. VID497658_EN

BANGKOK: CITES members vote on whether to restrict trade in some species of sharks and rays at a major wildlife conference. FILE. VID495138_EN


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MOSCOW: Syrian opposition figure Haitham al-Manaa of the National Coordination Committee for Democratic Change meets Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. RAW. TBC

LONDON: Interior Minister Theresa May appeals decision to let Abu Qatada, wanted by Jordan on terror charges, to stay in Britain. RAW. 1500 GMT

MOSCOW: Trial opens of lawyer Sergei Magnitsky who died in pre-trial detention in 2009 after being accused of the corruption crimes he claimed to have uncovered. FILE. 0900 GMT

LELYSTAD, NETHERLANDS: Pre-trial hearing for seven suspects, six of them youths, for the death of a linesman who was assaulted after a football match. RAW. TBA

TOULOUSE, FRANCE: The southwestern French city of Toulouse commemorates the first victim of a series of murders committed by Mohamed Merah on March 11, 2012. RAW. 1200 GMT

TOULOUSE/CUCNAUX, FRANCE: One year after the killing spree of extremist Mohamed Merah a plaque is unveiled and his first victim, Imad Ibn Ziaten, receives a posthumous decoration from the defence minister. RAW. 1400 GMT

GENEVA: UN's Human Rights Council continues, with a sitting scheduled on the situation in Syria and North Korea. RAW. TBA

BRUSSELS: EU foreign ministers meet. On merit. RAW. TBC

LONDON: Rock icon David Bowie releases his first album in a decade on Tuesday. Interview with music expert. RAW. FILE. TBA

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PARIS: Hip-hoppers meet for the international annual "Juste Debout" festival in Paris. RAW. VID497625_EN


Ahead of the second anniversary of the uprising in Syria, we plan to file the following videos:

DAMASCUS: Despite beginnings as a reformist, President Bashar al-Assad has proven himself to be a cold-blooded autocrat willing to do anything to stay in power, observers say. PKG. 1200 GMT

DAMASCUS: Two years into the civil war, Syrians spend long nights queuing in their cars for fuel, while others pay bribes to secure gas for their house. RAW. 1200 GMT

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CAIRO: Egyptian football association inspects damage from Saturday's arson attack. RAW. VID497627_EN


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NAIROBI: Kenya's defeated presidential hopeful Raila Odinga is expected to file a legal challenge to election result. RAW. TBC

GAO, MALI: Monitoring events in Mali. RAW. TBC

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GAO, MALI: Two months after the start of the French offensive in Mali, a French outreach team is raising awareness about the dangers of ammunition left behind by Islamist militants. RAW. VID497648_EN

VARIOUS, NIGERIA: A claim by a Nigerian Islamist group that it has killed seven foreign hostages appears to be true, Western governments say. File of northern Nigeria and attacks. FILE. VID492384_EN. PHOTO. VID497619_EN


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MONTREAL: "Canadian psycho" Luka Rocco Magnotta's trial begins. FILE. VID496667_EN

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RIO DE JANEIRO: Laureus World Sports Awards 2013. RAW. TBA

RIO DE JANEIRO: US swimming legend Michael Phelps visits Rio's biggest favela. RAW. TBA


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