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Coming up:

NICOSIA: Monitoring the situation after Parliament rejects a tax on bank deposits as part of EU bailout. RAW. TBA

MOSCOW: Cypriot Finance Minister Michalis Sarris visits Russian capital. Coverage on merit. TBC

Filed over past 12 hours:

NICOSIA: Angry MPs reject the terms of a bailout aimed at saving Cyprus from bankruptcy. RAW. VID500263_EN

NICOSIA: Outside parliament, angry crowds call for a "No" vote on a eurozone bailout. RAW. VID500178_EN

NICOSIA: Banks remain closed until Thursday. RAW. VID499977_EN

LIMASSOL, CYPRUS: In Limassol, the second-largest city in Cyprus, the Russian community are talking of giving up on the Mediterranean island over a eurozone bailout deal which they say unfairly targets their money. RAW. VID500173_EN


Coming up:

JERUSALEM/TEL-AVIV: First day of Barack Obama's first visit to Israel and the West-Bank. RAW. 1200 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

WASHINGTON: Obama heads to the Middle East on the first foreign trip of his second term. RAW. VID500313_EN

JERUSALEM: Israelis hope that Barack Obama's visit could spark a new dynamic in the relationship between the two countries. RAW. VID500075_EN

RAMALLAH, PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES: Ahead of Barack Obama's arrival, a group of Palestinians call for a protest against the visit. RAW. VID500211_EN


DAMASCUS: Monitoring of the conflict. RAW. TBC

DAMASCUS: Syria's deputy foreign minister says terrorist groups pose a danger to the entire region. RAW. TBA

Filed over past 12 hours:

DAMASCUS: Troops and insurgents accuse each other of using chemical weapons for the first time in Syria's two-year conflict. RAW. VID500323_EN

ISTANBUL: Press conference by Ghassan Hitto, who has been elected by the opposition National Coalition as prime minister for the rebel-held territory. RAW. VID500125_EN

BAB AL-HAWA, SYRIA: Health and sanitary conditions worsen in camps near the Turkish border as 100 new Syrian IDPs arrive every day. RAW. VID499981_EN


Filed over past 12 hours:

VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis dons the symbols of papal power and vows to embrace the "poorest" of humanity at a grand inauguration as leader of the Roman Catholic Church. PKG. NSV - VID500185_EN / VOICED - VID500186_EN

Still available:

VATICAN CITY: Inaugural ceremony for Pope Francis.

- Pope prays at St Peter's tomb. RAW. VID499979_EN

- Pope arrives in St. Peter's Square. RAW. VID499987_EN

- Inaugural mass. RAW. VID500020_EN, VID500010_EN, VID500061_EN, VID500060_EN, VID500082_EN

- Pope greets throngs of pilgrims and dignitaries. RAW. VID500031_EN

- Pope dons ring symbolising new papal powers. RAW. VID500053_EN

- Vox pops as faithful cheer new pope. RAW. VID500103_EN

BUENOS AIRES: Thousands watch Pope Francis' mass on giant screens in Argentine capital. RAW. VID500006_EN



Coming up:

NEW DELHI: Tourists in India react to recent sex attacks in the country. PKG. TBA

Filed over past 12 hours:

BIRMINGHAM, UK: Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai returns to school for the first time since she was shot in the head by the Taliban. RAW. VID500321_EN


Coming up:

LONDON: Finance Minister George Osborne presents 2013/14 budget. Stockshots 0600 GMT / RAW. 1300 GMT & 1600 GMT

LONDON: After cuts in benefits there are more and more people living below the poverty line. PKG. NSV - VID489014_EN / VOICED - VID489015_EN

LONDON: David Bowie exhibition opens at the V&A museum. RAW. 1500 GMT

LONDON: The Queen and Prince Philip visit the London underground as part of its 150th anniversary. RAW. 1600 GMT

LONDON: Prince Philip opens a new enclosure for Sumatran tigers at London Zoo. RAW. 1630 GMT

ISTANBUL: Imprisoned Kurdish leader Abdullah Ocalan set to call for a ceasefire from PKK rebels to mark the Kurdish new year. RAW. 1500 GMT

PARIS: Reaction to resignation of the French budget minister following allegations that he had a secret Swiss bank account. RAW. TBA

PARIS: French President Francois Hollande participates in Jewish organisation CRIF's gala dinner. RAW. 2200 GMT

PARIS: A court examines a legal complaint by French First Lady Valerie Trierweiler against the authors of a biography alleging an illicit affair with a right-wing deputy. RAW. 1630 GMT

PARIS: A French court rules on the conditional release of former Lebanese activist Georges Ibrahim Abdallah. File stills. 2000 GMT

Ahead of World Down's Syndrome Day (Friday):

MOSCOW: In Russia most children suffering from Down's Syndrome are given up for adoption and often end up in psychiatric hospitals. One woman is trying to change perceptions in a country where having a child with any sort of handicap is often perceived as shameful. PKG. TBA

Filed over past 12 hours:

PARIS: Budget minister resigns over secret Swiss bank account. FILE. VID473749_EN / RAW. VID500233_EN (reaction from National Assembly) / RAW. VID500278_EN (images and soundbites of news website that broke the alleged fraud)

ISTANBUL: Kurdish separatist rebel leader Abdullah Ocalan is due to call for a "historic" ceasefire. FILE. VID500200_EN

PARIS: Images of biography on French First Lady as court examines libel case brought by Valerie Trierweiler against book's claims she had an affair with a right-wing politician. RAW. VID457005_EN

ANTALYA, TURKEY: Swiss policeman Christian Varone receives a suspended sentence of one year and 15 days in prison for stealing archaeological fragments. RAW. VID500107_EN


Coming up:

GAO, MALI: Monitoring developments. RAW. TBC

JOHANNESBURG/CAPE TOWN: Tuk tuks are taking to the roads in car-crazy South Africa, thanks to entrepreneurs inspired by the three-wheel taxis from Asia. But they've already found themselves on a collision course with the law. PKG. 0500 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

KANO, NIGERIA: Two suicide bombers kill at least 22 at bus terminal. PHOTOS. VID500226_EN

TESSALIT, MALI: French soldiers patrol in Mali's Ifoghas Mountains. RAW. VID500199_EN

GAO, MALI: Two months after the launch of the operation to rout Islamist extremists, the Malian army is still unable to ensure security. PKG. NSV - VID499892_EN / VOICED - VID499893_EN

LYON, FRANCE: Foreign Minister says France will create fund to help Mali rebuild. RAW. VID500189_EN

HARARE: Four aides to Zimbabwe's PM Morgan Tsvangirai are charged with breaching the official secrets code, impersonating police and illegal possession of documents. RAW. VID500152_EN, VID500150_EN

ABIDJAN: Moroccan King Mohamed VI arrives for a two-day visit. RAW. VID500250_EN


Coming up:

For the 10th anniversary of the Iraq war:

BAGHDAD: Ten years after the US invaded Iraq, a lot of Iraqis feel like nothing has changed. RAW. 0500 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

BAGHDAD: Attacks in Baghdad and central Iraq kill 52, wound more than 170. RAW. VID500008_EN, VID500024_EN

On the eve of the 10th anniversary of the Iraq war, we have filed the following videos:

BAGHDAD: Famous for housing masses of foreign journalists during the US-led invasion of Iraq, the Palestine Hotel has since undergone a makeover and looks brand new. RAW. VID499770_EN

CAIRO: Egyptian police arrest Moamer Kadhafi's cousin Ahmed Qaddaf al-Dam, wanted by Tripoli for his role in the regime of the slain Libyan strongman. RAW. VID500298_EN

TRIPOLI: Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy visits Libya. RAW. VID500143_EN


Coming up:

WASHINGTON: Fed chief Bernanke speaks after the close of a two-day meeting of the US central bank governors. RAW. 2000 GMT

WASHINGTON: Washington welcomes spring with its annual Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival. RAW. TBC

STOCKSTON/SALINAS, CALIFORNIA: Immigration reform could bring a windfall to Californian agriculture, where farmers are facing a perilous shortage of farm hands, and where farm hands, mostly foreign, say they want better rights. PKG. 2300 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

HAWTHORNE, NEVADA: Seven US Marines are killed in an accident during a training exercise. RAW. VID500110_EN

WASHINGTON: Obama meets Irish PM Enda Kenny at the White House. RAW. VID500138_EN

WASHINGTON: Advocates for the US invasion of Iraq including Senator John McCain, former Army number two Jack Keane and neocon thinker Frederick Kagan look back on the conflict, a decade later. RAW. VID500295_EN


Coming up:

SAO PAULO: It's estimated the Catholic Church lost 15 million regular worshippers in Brazil alone between 2000 and 2010, many of them to evangelical churches. Catholicism is now trying to win them back - by copying some of the evangelicals' style. PKG. 2000 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

GUATEMALA CITY: Former Guatemalan dictator goes on trial on genocide charges. RAW. VID500269_EN

SAO PAULO: Sao Paulo fashion week, Latin America's biggest fashion event, kicks off with shows from home-grown designers Animale and Cori. RAW. VID500130_EN

-- SPORT --

Coming up:

BEIJING: David Beckham is on tour in China and will host a football clinic. RAW. TBA

PARIS: The organisers of the Dakar 2014 unveil the race's itinerary. RAW. 1800 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

MONTEVIDEO: Exclusive interview with Liverpool and Uruguay player Luis Suarez. RAW. VID500260_EN (images and soundbites of interview), VID500214_EN (images of him training with Uruguay)


Coming up:

PLATJA D'ARO, SPAIN: The local community in Platja D'Aro, north of Barcelona, welcomes Russian tourists who are buying up second homes there. PKG. 0900 GMT


AVORIAZ, FRANCE: If you go on a skiing holiday, you expect to be wrapped up warm and fighting your way through sub-zero temperatures. But for visitors to the French Alps, there's another alternative -- stripping down to a swimsuit and relaxing in the balmy waters of a heated swimming-pool. PKG. NSV - VID500092_EN / VOICED - VID500093_EN


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