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VATICAN CITY: News coverage from the Vatican City on the first day of the papal conclave. RAW. TBA

VATICAN CITY: Arrival of the cardinals. 0700 GMT

VATICAN CITY: Pilgrims file into Saint Peter's Square. RAW. 0900 GMT


VATICAN CITY: Conclave starts from 1530 GMT after the procession of cardinals towards the Sistine Chapel. RAW. 1600 GMT

VATICAN CITY: Images of white or black smoke. RAW. TBC.

VATICAN CITY: Wrap of day number one of the conclave. PKG. 1900 GMT

BOWIE, MARYLAND: Victims of paedophile priests are hoping the Vatican will choose a new leader of the Roman Catholic faith with care. David Lorenz, an abuse survivor, tells AFPTV what he wants from the next pope. PKG. 2200 GMT

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VATICAN CITY: Catholic cardinals had a final day of jockeying for position before shutting themselves into the Sistine Chapel to elect a new pope. PKG. NSV - VID497874_EN / VOICED - VID497875_EN

VATICAN CITY: Faithful from around the world begin to gather for the conclave. RAW. VID497811_EN

VATICAN CITY: Federico Lombardi, the Vatican spokesman, holds press conference. RAW. VID497826_EN

VATICAN CITY: File images of the cardinals tipped to become Pope. FILE. VID497781_EN

VATICAN CITY: File images of the route that cardinals take to enter the Sistine Chapel. FILE. 2VID497751_EN

ROME: Cardinals celebrate mass ahead of conclave. RAW. VID497652_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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HONG KONG: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un threatens to "wipe out" a tiny South Korean island as Pyongyang comes under growing economic and diplomatic fire with fresh US sanctions and UN charges of gross human rights abuses. Interview with specialist. RAW. TBA

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PYONGYANG: File of Kim Jong-Un. FILE. VID416433_EN

PYONGYANG: File of North Korean military. FILE. VID414338_EN



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KHAO YAI, THAILAND: AFPTV follows rangers protecting the forests in one of Thailand's biggest national parks as Bangkok hosts the 2013 CITES conference. RAW. 0900 GMT

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ISLAMABAD: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad launches the construction of a much-delayed section of a gas pipeline with his Pakistani counterpart Asif Ali Zardari at a ceremony on the border. RAW. VID497892_EN

NEW DELHI: The main accused in the fatal gang-rape of a student on a bus in New Delhi in December is found dead in his prison cell. RAW. VID497777_EN (Ram Singh's father), VID497760_EN (Home Minister)


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BRUSSELS: EU foreign ministers meeting. Monitoring. TBC

STRASBOURG, FRANCE: French food minister to reveal results of tests ordered following the horse-meat scandal. RAW. 1800 GMT

MOSCOW: Bolshoi Ballet insists soloist Pavel Dmitrichenko is not really behind the acid attack on its artistic director. FILE. 1000 GMT

MOSCOW: Ex-KGB agent Andrei Lugovoi, the prime suspect for the murder of Alexander Litvinenko in London in 2006, gives press conference. RAW. 1200 GMT

LONDON: WHO (World Health Organization) publishes report on Europe's health. RAW. 1500 (under embargo until 13 March 0001 GMT.)

LONDON: Falkland islanders vote in referendum on their future. FILE. 1000 GMT

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LONDON: Former cabinet minister Chris Huhne and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce are sentenced to eight months in jail for perverting the course of justice. RAW. VID497858_EN

LELYSTAD, NETHERLANDS: Pre-trial hearing for seven suspects, six of them youths, for the death of a linesman after a football match. RAW. VID497804_EN / VID497878_EN

CUGNAUX, 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. RAW. VID497809_EN / VID497850_EN

BUDAPEST: Hungary's parliament approves changes to the constitution that have raised fears in Brussels and Washington of growing authoritarianism under Prime Minister Viktor Orban. STOCK SHOTS. VID326451_EN


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

NAIROBI: Monitoring situation following elections. RAW. TBC.

DAKAR: Malian transitional leader Dioncounda Traore visits Dakar to meet Senegalese President Macky Sall. RAW. TBA

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MOPTI, MALI: 200,000 children in Mali are at risk from munitions and explosive devices left behind after fighting between the jihadists and French-led forces. PKG. NSV - VID497813_EN / VOICED - VID497814_EN

GAO, MALI: Two months after the beginning of the French-led intervention in Mali, refugees are starting to return to Gao. RAW. VID497905_EN

PRETORIA: Oscar Pistorius's uncle says his nephew is 'certainly not suicidal'. RAW. VID492020_EN


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DAMASCUS: Monitoring of the conflict. RAW. TBC

CAIRO: Diesel fuel shortages at crisis level in Egypt. RAW. 0800 GMT

TIKRIT, IRAQ: A decade after the US-led invasion of Iraq, disdain for the country's current political class fuels nostalgia for Saddam Hussein. PKG. 0500 GMT

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DAMASCUS: A mortar shell slams into the Bab Sharqi district of Damascus, causing casualties. RAW. VID497885_EN

GENEVA: A UN commission of inquiry on Syria calls for direct access to the UN Security Council to make the case for referring crimes to the ICC. RAW. VID497842_EN


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ATACAMA DESERT, CHILE: Images of the world's biggest astronomical project, the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array, a telescope for seeing into deep space, ahead of its inauguration on Wednesday. RAW. TBA

CARACAS: What will Venezuela look like without Chavez? The race to be the next president pits Chavez's handpicked successor Nicolas Maduro against opposition leader Henrique Capriles in what promises to be a hard-fought campaign. PKG. 2200 GMT

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CARACAS: Nicolas Maduro, now acting president of Venezuela, registers his candidacy for the April 14th vote . RAW. VID497862_EN, VID497919_EN


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NEW YORK: A New York judge blocks mayor Michael Bloomberg's planned ban on giant sodas, dealing a setback to his public health agenda just hours before curbs on the sale of such drinks were due to begin. RAW. 1700 GMT

WASHINGTON: Obama meets Brunei's Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah. RAW. TBC

CENTENNIAL, COLORADO: James Holmes, accused of a gun massacre in a Colorado cinema, enters a formal plea. RAW. 1700 GMT

NEW YORK: It's been a century since the Armory Show kicked up controversy in the art world with its Cubist and Modernist artists, but the annual New York event continues to stir things up. PKG. 2200 GMT

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CENTENNIAL, COLORADO: File footage of James Holmes. FILE. VID497780_EN

MONTREAL: A former porn actor dubbed the "Canadian Psycho" appears in court. RAW. VID497865_EN

BOULOGNE-BILLANCOURT, FRANCE: The most high-profile Canadian criminal case in years heads to a Montreal court as a former porn actor faces charges of slaying and dismembering a Chinese student. Analysis of the case of former porn actor from criminologist. RAW. VID497825_EN

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LONDON: Arsenal train ahead of Champions League last 16 match against Bayern Munich. RAW 1500

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RIO DE JANEIRO: Sports and movie stars arrive on the red carpet before the 2013 Laureus World Sports Awards. RAW. VID497930_EN (red carpet), VID497937_EN (press conference), VID497939_EN (award ceremony)

RIO DE JANEIRO: US swimming legend Michael Phelps visits Rio's biggest favela. RAW. VID498870_EN


Coming up:

LYON, FRANCE: They're the latest marketing tool for top stars such as Lady Gaga and the Black-Eyed Peas -- sunglasses that light up with your own portable advertising space. PKG. 1200 GMT


KABUL: Trying out a new spa in Kabul, testing the latest spiky hairstyles and swapping gossip -- Afghanistan's first Internet TV station tackles subjects that mainstream channels ignore as the nation's media revolution continues. PKG. NSV - VID497701_EN / VOICED - VID497702_EN

MALAGA, SPAIN: In Spain's boom years, they were a rich family's status symbol: pet horses to ride at the weekend. Now abandoned as a result of the economic crisis, they are plodding in their tens of thousands to the slaughterhouse. PKG. NSV - VID497712_EN / VOICED - VID497713_EN


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