AFPTV Advisory 0400 GMT

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Coming up:

CANBERRA: The Australian government plunges into crisis with Prime Minister Julia Gillard calling a leadership ballot. RAW. TBA / FILE. VID486639_EN (Gillard), VID500633_EN (Kevin Rudd)


Coming up:

SEOUL: South Korea says it has sourced a damaging cyber attack on its broadcasters and banks to an IP address in China. RAW. TBC

Filed over past 12 hours:

SEOUL: South Korea says it has sourced a damaging cyber attack on its broadcasters and banks to an IP address in China. RAW. VID500358_EN (attacks on Wednesday)


Coming up:

NICOSIA: Cypriot leaders are to decide on a newly drawn up plan aimed at securing a bailout for the near-bankrupt eurozone member. RAW. TBA

Filed over past 12 hours:

BRUSSELS: Any new Cyprus bailout must ensure that its debt burden is sustainable, the European Commission says. RAW. VID500470_EN, VID500513_EN (Van Rompuy)

MOSCOW: Cypriot Finance Minister Michalis Sarris visits Russian capital. RAW. VID500362_EN

PARIS: France calls bailout plan "an error". RAW. VID500420_EN


Coming up:

JERUSALEM/RAMALLAH: Second day of Barack Obama's visit to Israel and the West Bank. RAW. TBA

Filed over past 12 hours:

JERUSALEM: Obama pledges "eternal" alliance with Israel in the face of the Iranian threat. RAW. VID500601_EN, VID500522_EN

TEL AVIV: Israelis extend an effusive welcome to Obama for first visit to the Jewish state as US president. RAW. VID500355_EN

RAMALLAH, PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES: Palestinians light candles in protest against Obama visit. RAW. VID500557_EN



Coming up:

SYDNEY: Australia formally apologises for the forced adoption of tens of thousands of babies born mostly to unmarried mothers between the 1950s and 1970s. RAW. TBA

MALAI, CAMBODIA: Hundreds of mourners are expected for the cremation of Khmer Rouge co-founder Ieng Sary, who died while on trial for genocide and war crimes. RAW. TBA

TOKYO: The new Bank of Japan governor holds his first press conference. RAW. 1200 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

SINGAPORE: Bangladesh President Zillur Rahman dies in a Singapore hospital. RAW. VID500624_EN

TOKYO: A rat may have been to blame for a power cut that knocked out nuclear fuel cooling systems at the tsunami-wrecked Fukushima atomic plant. FILE. VID404590_EN / PHOT0. VID500629_EN

NEW DELHI: Tourists in India react to recent sex attacks in the country including the gang-rape of a Swiss woman and the feared sexual assault on a British woman. PKG. NSV - VID500551_EN / VOICED - VID500550_EN


Coming up:

PARIS: Coverage after Al-Qaeda's north African wing says it executed a French hostage taken in November 2011 in Mali. RAW. TBA

MOSCOW: Jose Manuel Barroso meets Vladimir Putin and Dmitry Medvedev at EU/Russia summit. RAW. 2000 GMT

DIYARBAKIR, TURKEY: Imprisoned Kurdish leader Abdullah Ocalan set to call for a ceasefire from PKK rebels to mark the Kurdish new year. RAW. TBA

CANTERBURY, UK: Enthronement of new Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby. RAW. 1700 GMT

ROME: Italian President receives representations from Italy's main parties in the hope of forming a government. RAW. 1400 GMT

PARIS: France's national statistics office publishes a report on the French economy. RAW. 1200 GMT

GENEVA: UN Human Rights body comments on Syria, Mali and North Korea. RAW. TBC on merit

SIERPC, POLAND: First day of spring sees children throw a doll clothed in traditional Slavic costume into the river to accelerate the arrival of spring weather. RAW. 2000 GMT

PARIS: The world's leading tattoo artists get together in Paris at the weekend. AFPTV meets with Tin-Tin, tattoo artists with a VIP client base. PKG. 1700 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

PARIS: French police raid IMF chief's Paris home. RAW. VID500433_EN, VID500454_EN / FILE. VID500536_EN

MALI / MONTFERRAND-DU-PERIGORD, FRANCE: Al-Qaeda says a French hostage was executed in Mali. File images of the hostage. VID500345_EN. File images of the conflict. VID497155_EN. / VID500499_EN (father)

PARIS: France scrambles to verify hostage murder claim. RAW. VID500401_EN

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. VID500523_EN

LONDON: Prince Philip opens a new enclosure for Sumatran tigers at London Zoo. RAW VID500508_EN


Coming up:

DAMASCUS: Monitoring of the conflict. RAW. TBC

Filed over past 12 hours:

DAMASCUS: Syria's embattled President Bashar al-Assad pays an unexpected visit to an educational centre in the capital. RAW. VID500574_EN

DUBAI: Opening of the seventh annual Art Dubai. RAW. VID500497_EN


Coming up:

ABIDJAN: Party of former leader Laurent Gbagbo, the FPI holds a press conference ahead of local elections. RAW. 1500 GMT

GAO, MALI: Monitoring developments following French-led assault on militants. RAW. TBC

Ahead of BRICS summit :

KAOLAK, SENEGAL: Senegalese groundnuts are now widely on sale in China at what cost to Senegalese farmers? RAW. 1100 GMT


Filed over past 12 hours:

WASHINGTON: The Federal Reserve kept its easy monetary policies in place, saying high unemployment and the government's spending cuts remain barriers to full recovery. RAW. VID500586_EN

WASHINGTON: The legality of gay marriage goes before the Supreme Court on March 26. AFPTV speaks to a lawyer who will argue against the federal Defense of Marriage Act, which denies rights to same-sex couples. RAW. VID500493_EN

CHICAGO: Stunning reproductions of the famed cave paintings of Lascaux are being displayed for the first time outside of France at an exhibit in Chicago. RAW. VID500314_EN

LODI/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. NSV - VID500491_EN/ VOICED - VID500458_EN


Coming up:

LIMA: It looks like any advertising billboard -- but this ad can produce drinking water. The panel collects humidity from the surrounding air and filters it, pumping out drinkable water for local residents in the arid plain outside Lima. RAW. 2000 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

RIO DE JANEIRO: The biggest flying reptile fossil ever found in Brazil - 8.2 metres from wing tip to wing tip - is presented to the public in Rio's National Museum. RAW. VID500559_EN / VID500583_EN (images)

CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO: Two policemen are shot dead. RAW. VID500524_EN

CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO: Forensic scientists invent a technique for rehydrating corpses found some time after death, to ascertain their identities and how they died. RAW. VID500538_EN

SANTIAGO: Pablo Neruda to be exhumed over claims the poet was poisoned by General Pinochet. RAW. VID500251_EN

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. NSV - VID499935_EN / VOICED - VID499939_EN

PANAMA: New locks under construction for larger ships at Panama Canal. RAW. VID500307_EN

SAN JUAN SACATEPEQUEZ, GUATEMALA : A symphony orchestra with a twist - the players are indigenous children. RAW. VID500597_EN

-- SPORT --

Coming up:

MADRID: IOC give an evaluation of Madrid's 2020 Olympic Games venues and infrastructure. RAW. 1900 GMT

SAINT-DENIS, FRANCE: France prepares for its world cup qualifier against Georgia. RAW. 1900 GMT

PORTO-VECCHIO, FRANCE: 100 days to go before this year's edition of the Tour de France which starts in Corsica. RAW. 1800 GMT

NEW DELHI: Indian wrestlers fear for the future as the sport could be dropped from the Olympics. PKG. 0600 GMT

GENEVA: UN discusses racism in sport, former France football captain Patrick Vieira attends. RAW. 1630 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

BEIJING: David Beckham says he may play on after his contract with PSG ends. RAW. VID500415_EN

PARIS: Bolivia will be on the itinerary for the 2014 edition of the Dakar Rally for the first time, albeit just for the motorbikes and quadbikes. RAW. VID500512_EN


Coming up:

TOKYO: Sake, Japan's rice wine, is tempting more and more foreigners looking to learn the secrets behind the national tipple. RAW. 0530 GMT


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. NSV - VID498199_EN / VOICED - VID498200_EN

ISTANBUL: Turkish cuisine on the road to reinvention. NSV - VID500381_EN / VOICED - VID500382_EN

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. NSV - VID500268_EN / VOICED - VID500270_EN


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