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-- TOP WORLD NEWS --

+ NORTH KOREA

Coming up:

SEOUL: Speculation grows that North Korea is preparing for a fourth nuclear test. RAW. TBC

BEIJING: Foreign ministry expected to comment on North Korea. RAW.1000 GMT

SEOUL: Stock shots of Seoul as tension ratchets up on Korean peninsula. STOCK SHOTS. 0500 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

PAJU, SOUTH KOREA: The entrance to the inter-Korean industrial complex remains closed as speculation grows of a fourth nuclear test in North Korea. RAW. VID505124_EN

+ KERRY DIPLOMACY

Coming up:

JERUSALEM/RAMALLAH, PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES: US Secretary of State John Kerry on a two-day visit to the Middle East. RAW. TBC

Filed over past 12 hours:

RAMALLAH, PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES: US Secretary of State John Kerry talks with Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas at their third meeting in just over a month. RAW. VID505096_EN

-- OTHER WORLD NEWS --

+ ASIA-PACIFIC

Coming up:

BEIJING: The World Health Organization says there is no evidence of sustained human-to-human transmission of the H7N9 bird flu virus. RAW. TBA

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's top court is petitioned to put ex-dictator Pervez Musharraf on trial for treason for imposing emergency rule in 2007. RAW. TBA

+ MIDDLE EAST & NORTH AFRICA

Coming up:

JERUSALEM: Ceremonies marking Holocaust Day. RAW. 1000 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

CAIRO: Fresh clashes between Christians and Muslims break out outside Cairo's Coptic cathedral. RAW. VID505094_EN

CAIRO: Thousands of people pack Cairo's main cathedral for the funeral prayers of four Coptic Christians killed in sectarian clashes. RAW. VID505071_EN

GAZA CITY: Palestinian Internet users in the Gaza Strip hail news that Israeli government web sites have been hacked. RAW. VID505091_EN

+ EUROPE

Coming up:

PODGORICA: Incumbent Filip Vujanovic declares victory in Montenegro's presidential polls but his sole challenger disputes the claim. RAW. TBC

AMSTERDAM: Russian President Vladimir Putin visits the Netherlands, gay rights activists expected to protest. RAW. 1600 GMT

MADRID: Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy meets British counterpart David Cameron. RAW. TBC

ISTANBUL: Final defence arguments expected in a mass coup trial in Turkey with defendants including former army chief Ilker Basbug. RAW. 1800 GMT

OSWIECIM, POLAND: March of the Living at former Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp. RAW. TBC

TOURS, FRANCE: Head of France's Cannabis Federation Social Club appears in court charged with possession of cannabis. RAW

LONDON: Press preview of an unpublished poem by Winston Churchill -- "Our Modern Watchwords" -- to be auctioned on Wednesday. RAW. 1400 GMT

DUBLIN: Inquest into death of a pregnant Indian woman, who her husband said was denied a termination. FILE. TBA

Filed over past 12 hours:

PODGORICA: Filip Vujanovic declares victory in vote. RAW. VID505133_EN

PODGORICA: Montenegrins go to the polls. RAW. VID505066_EN

LISBON: Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho announces severe cuts in public spending. STOCK SHOTS. VID500938_EN

HANOVER, GERMANY: Angela Merkel opens the Hanover industrial trade fair in the presence of Russian President Vladimir Putin. VID505109_EN (speech) / VID505086_EN (arrivals)

MINSK: Snowboarders and skiers combine in a colourful array of fancy dress at the closing event of the winter season. RAW. VID505079_EN

+ AFRICA

Coming up:

KOULIKORO, MALI: Press invited to visit instructors training Malian troops under the EU Training Mission in Mali. (EUTM). RAW

NAIROBI: Uhuru Kenyatta to be sworn in as president of Kenya. STOCK SHOTS. 1200 GMT / FILE. 1200 GMT / PKG. 1100 GMT (refile of profile)

ANTANANARIVO: Pop star Katy Perry visits Madagascar on a UNICEF trip to protect children's rights. RAW. 1600 GMT

+ LATIN AMERICA

Filed over past 12 hours:

CARACAS: Hundreds of thousands of supporters cram Caracas' streets in what opposition presidential hopeful Henrique Capriles, trailing in the polls, calls a fast-changing tide. RAW. VID505120_EN

ISLA NEGRA, CHILE: Experts start work opening the tomb of Chilean Nobel prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda, to uncover his remains and determine if he died of cancer as long believed, or whether he was poisoned. RAW. VID505113_EN

-- SPORT --

Coming up:

ISTANBUL: Pre-match training and press conference ahead of Tuesday's second leg of Champions League quarter final between Galatasaray and Real Madrid. RAW. TBA

DORTMUND, GERMANY: Pre-match training and press conference ahead of Tuesday's second leg of Champions League quarter final between Dortmund and Malaga. RAW. TBA

-- FEATURES --

Coming up:

NEW YORK: HIV/AIDS awareness took a leap forward last year with an easy oral, self-administered test that gives results in under a half-hour. But while it offers freedom and confidentiality, some worry it abandons distraught users to their HIV diagnosis all alone. PKG. 0500 GMT

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