AFPTV Advisory 0300 GMT

We will file the following videos:



Filed over past 12 hours:

SAVAR, BANGLADESH: Rescuers at Bangladesh factory collapse use heavy equipment to clear wreckage after the "last survivor" dies in a blaze. RAW. VID511943_EN (family of victims) / VID511952_EN (night scene after fire)


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ROME: New Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta announces his government's agenda before parliament. RAW. TBA

Still available:

ROME: Italy's new coalition government is sworn in. RAW. VID511866_EN (reax from Italians), VID511821_EN (images of Italian newspapers)

ROME: Italy's new government line-up brings together personalities from across the political spectrum. RAW. VID511882_EN

Filed over past 12 hours:

ROME: An apparently disturbed businessman opens fire on policemen outside Italian government headquarters in Rome just as the country's new coalition cabinet is sworn in. RAW. VID511866_EN, VID511924_EN



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SEOUL: The last group of 50 South Korean workers remaining at the joint Kaesong industrial complex in North Korea return home. RAW. TBA

BANGKOK: Dozens of Thai royalist activists due to go on trial in connection with the occupation of Bangkok's main airports during protests in 2008. FILE. 0400 GMT. RAW. TBC

CHANGZHOU, CHINA: Entire Chinese villages are uprooted as land is swallowed for industry and housing, often with the help of corrupt officials and police. But the growing confidence of protesters could at last be stemming the tide of illegal land grabs. PKG. 0600 GMT

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KOHAT, PAKISTAN: Three Taliban bomb attacks targeting election offices and a candidate in Pakistan kill at least nine people, the latest bloodshed ahead of polls next month. RAW. VID511907_EN

TOKYO: 3,000 supporters of the LGBT community came in costume to march in Tokyo's "Rainbow Week". RAW. VID511933_EN


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ATHENS: The Greek parliament votes to adopt a law providing for the dismissal of 15,000 civil servants as part of austerity measures. RAW. TBC

PARIS: Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika continues treatment in a Paris hospital after suffering a mini-stroke. RAW. TBC

BRUSSELS: The European Union is preparing to ban the use of several pesticides which are fatal to bees for a two-year period starting in July. PKG (REFILE). TBA / STOCKSHOTS. VID511783_EN

AMSTERDAM: Preparations ahead of the enthronement on Tuesday of King Willem-Alexander. RAW. TBA

THE HAGUE: The enthronement of Willem-Alexander provides the ideal opportunity for a museum dedicated to the royal family to add to its collection. RAW. 0400 GMT

AMSTERDAM: Profile of future Dutch King Willem-Alexander and his wife, and soon-to-be queen, Maxima. PKG. 1000 GMT

MOSTAR, BOSNIA-HERCEGOVINA: Stock shots of the Bosnian town of Mostar. STOCKSHOTS. TBA

Filed over past 12 hours:

REIMS, FRANCE: Three people die and 14 are injured when part of an apartment block collapses after a suspected gas blast. RAW. VID511921_EN, VID511939_EN

HYERES, FRANCE: Satu Maaranen, a 29-year-old Finnish fashion designer, takes home top honours at the Hyeres fashion festival. RAW. VID511905_EN


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MAIDUGURI, NIGERIA: Continued fighting between soldiers and Islamist gunmen. RAW. 1100 GMT


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JERUSALEM: Deadline to evacuate the Amona settler outpost. RAW. TBC

Filed over past 12 hours:

KIRKUK, IRAQ: Kurdish forces deploy to new areas of a disputed north Iraq province after five days of unrest kills more than 215 people. RAW. VID511923_EN


Coming up:

LOS ANGELES: Lawyers make opening arguments at a trial at which Michael Jackson's mother Katherine is suing AEG Live, promoter of his doomed last concert tour. RAW. 1800 GMT

MONTREAL: A Canadian court is expected to set the date of the trial for Luka Rocco Magnotta, accused of slaying and dismembering a Chinese student. FILE. 0500 GMT

WASHINGTON: Bill Clinton and Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel, as well as officials from Germany, France and Poland, mark the 20th anniversary of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. RAW. 1900 GMT

WASHINGTON: Hagel holds news briefing with his counterpart from Japan, Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera. RAW. TBC

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Coming up:

MADRID: Pre-match training and press conferences ahead of Tuesday's second leg of the Champions League semi-final between Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund. RAW. TBA


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