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VATICAN CITY: Papal conclave continues. RAW. TBC

Filed over past 12 hours:

BOWIE, MARYLAND: American 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. NSV - VID498257_EN / VOICED - VID498180_EN

VATICAN CITY: PKG on day one of the conclave. NSV. VID498212_EN / VOICED. 498213_EN

VATICAN CITY: Images of black smoke. RAW. VID498235_EN

VATICAN CITY: Topless feminist protest as cardinals hold conclave. RAW. VID498241_EN

VATICAN CITY: Cardinals process to Sistine Chapel. RAW. 498112 EN / VID498164_EN (doors close)



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NEW DELHI: A post-mortem examination report on a Delhi gang-rape suspect found dead in his jail cell is to be presented in court. RAW. TBC

MON YWA, MYANMAR: Aung San Suu Kyi to visit a controversial Chinese-backed copper mine a day after a probe she headed said police used phosphorus against a rally last year but cleared the mine to keep operating. RAW. TBC

TOKYO: Officials from the defence ministries of Japan and ASEAN countries gather at a time of increased regional tension. RAW. TBA

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NANJING, CHINA: Heightened security is deployed for a Japanese team's football match in Nanjing, scene of the worst atrocities of the brutal invasion of China by Japan's Imperial Army. RAW. VID498192_EN


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LONDON: William Hague, Sergei Lavrov and Philip Hammond hold joint press conference. RAW 1800 GMT

SIERRE, SWITZERLAND: Ceremony to mark one-year anniversary of Belgian coach crash that killed 22 children and six adults. RAW. TBA

LONDON: Press preview of "Geneva magnificent jewels auction sale" at Christie's auction house. RAW. 1500 GMT

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LONDON: Europeans are living longer, healthier lives but improvements are spread very unequally across the continent, says the WHO. RAW. VID498029_EN

GENEVA: Vladimir Putin says he intends to nominate current Kremlin economic adviser Elvira Nabiullina to parliament as Russia's next central bank chief. RAW. VID498146_EN

BERLIN/MUNICH, GERMANY: Various footage of German carmaker BMW. RAW. VID497133_EN

WARSAW: Warsaw's soon-to-open museum dedicated to Jewish history unveils a fragment of its upcoming collection -- the reconstructed roof of a 17th-century synagogue considered a masterpiece of Jewish religious architecture. RAW. VID498231_EN

STRASBOURG, FRANCE: French food minister says France wants to be "transparent" in the wake of the horse-meat scandal. RAW. VID498220_EN

PARIS: A heavy late-winter snowstorm batters northwestern Europe. RAW. VID498195_EN

FRANKFURT: Frankfurt Airport partially re-opens after heavy snow. RAW. VID498144_EN

LONDON: Disruption to Eurostar services. RAW. VID498115_EN


Coming up:

NAIROBI: Ex-prime minister Raila Odinga to contest election win of Uhuru Kenyatta. RAW. TBC.

Filed over past 12 hours:

DAKAR: Malian transition leader Dioncounda Traore defends the country's rights record on a visit to Dakar to meet Senegalese President Macky Sall. RAW. VID498215_EN


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TUNIS: The new government line-up headed by Islamist premier-designate Ali Larayedh is due to be put to a vote of confidence. RAW. TBA

Ahead of the 10th anniversary of the start of the Iraq war, we will file the following video:

BAGHDAD: Iraqi Christians have been repeatedly targeted by militants in the 10 years since Saddam Hussein's overthrow and decimated by emigration that threatens to wipe out the ancient community. PKG. 0500 GMT

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DAMASCUS: In the Syrian capital, 20 makeshift social centres are housing 183 families who have fled different parts of the country. RAW. VID498074_EN

ALGIERS: IMF chief Christine Lagarde describes Algeria's economy as "on the right track" at the start of a three-day visit to the country. RAW. VID498255_EN

JABAL AL-ZAWIYA: SYRIA: In northwest Syria, internally displaced people are living in the underground caves of an archaeological site transformed into a shelter. RAW. VID498187_EN


Coming up:

ATACAMA DESERT: Inauguration of the world's largest astronomical project, the Atacama Large Millimetre Array (ALMA). RAW. TBC.

BUENOS AIRES: Argentina is politically polarized between Peronists who support President Cristina Kirchner and conservatives who loathe her; now that rivalry has even spread to the artisanal beer market, with rival breweries backing the two sides. RAW. TBC.

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CARACAS: Venezuela's only free-to-air opposition TV channel, Globovision, is up for sale. RAW. VID497639_EN

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. NSV. VID498239_EN /VOICED. VID497899_EN


Coming up:

WASHINGTON: US Secretary of State John Kerry welcomes Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan. RAW. TBA

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WASHINGTON: Obama meets Brunei's Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah. RAW. VID498222_EN

CENTENNIAL, COLORADO: A judge enters a plea of not guilty on behalf of alleged Colorado theater gunman James Holmes, after his lawyers say they are not ready to enter a plea. RAW. VID498281_EN


Coming up:

BAMIYAN, AFGHANISTAN: In a spectacular valley swept by centuries of Silk Road history, the hopes and fears of the inhabitants capture the mood across the country as Western troops prepare to withdraw. PKG. 1000 GMT

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND: By day, Janet Stephens is a modern hairstylist in a salon. But, by night, she's part archaeologist, part hairdresser, meticulously recreating hairdos from Roman antiquity. PKG. 0500 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. NSV - VID498217_EN / VOICED - VID498218_EN


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