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LONDON, May 24, 2013 (AFP) - We will file the following videos:



Coming up:

LONDON: Following developments after British police make two further arrests after the brutal murder of a serving soldier. RAW. TBA

Still available:

-Images of crime scene a day after the attack. RAW. VID519373_EN

-Tribute from Lieutenant Colonel Jim Taylor MBE. RAW. VID519417_EN

-Still image of Lee Rigby. PHOTO. VID519384_EN

-Reaction from Muslim faith-based charity representative. RAW. VID519264_EN

-Eyewitness account. RAW. VID519278_EN

-Reaction from local people. RAW. VID519219_EN

-PM Cameron saying murder is attack on Britain, betrayal of Islam. RAW. VID519229_EN


Coming up:

MOSOCOW: A massive undersea earthquake in Russia's Far East prompted a tsunami warning and was felt in cities far to the west. RAW. 10h00 GMT (Soundbites from Ministry of Emergencies)


Coming up:

STOCKHOLM: Riots continue for a fifth night in Stockholm's immigrant dominated suburbs. RAW. 1200GMT


Still available:

WASHINGTON: Obama lays out new guidelines for drone strikes abroad and launches a new bid to close the Guantanamo Bay prison in a speech repeatedly interrupted by an anti-war heckler. RAW. VID519406_EN (on drones), VID519950_EN (on Guantanamo)


Coming up:

CANNES, FRANCE: Cannes favourite James Gray is back on the Croisette with his latest movie showing in competition: 'The Immigrant', a tale of 1920s New York starring Joaquin Phoenix. RAW press conference 1500 GMT, red carpet 2100 GMT

CANNES, FRANCE: French director Arnaud des Pallières is in competition for the first time with 'Michael Kohlhaas', a Mads Mikkelsen-starring adventure about a 16th-century horse dealer. RAW interview 1900 GMT, red carpet 2300 GMT



Coming up:

YANGON: Shinzo Abe visits Myanmar, the first time a leader from Japan has visited the country in several decades. RAW. 1500 GMT

OSAKA, JAPAN: Activists react to Osaka mayor Hashimoto's comments that comfort women were "necessary" for the Japanese army. RAW. 1100 GMT

HONG KONG: Works by esteemed Chinese artist Zhang Daqian, dubbed the 'Picasso of the East', are up for auction in Hong Kong. RAW. 1000 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

SYDNEY: Vivid Sydney, the annual festival of light, music and ideas, kicks off as landmarks around city become part of show. RAW. VID519497_EN

SINGAPORE: Justin Bieber and UK boyband One Direction are among winners of the first-ever Social Star Awards in Singapore, organised to celebrate the influence of social media on pop culture. RAW. VID519485_EN


Coming up:

PARIS: French president Francois Hollande outlines defence strategy. RAW. 1200 GMT.

PARIS: French prosecutors begin questioning IMF chief Christine Lagarde for a second day to decide if she should be charged over a state payout to a disgraced tycoon during her time as finance minister. RAW. 1400 GMT

ISTANBUL: Syria's powerful ally Russia says the Damascus regime has agreed "in principle" to attend an international peace conference on its country's conflict. RAW. 1400 GMT

MADRID: French Interior Minister Manuel Valls meets with Spanish counterpart Jorge Fernandez Diaz. 1600 GMT

MILAN: "Ruby", the prostitute in the Silvio Berlusconi sex trial, takes the stand in a separate case over alleged procurement of prostitutes. RAW. 1000 GMT

TBILISI, GEORGIA: Pro and anti-gay rights activists to demonstrate alongside each other, one week after thousands supporters of the Orthodox church violently disrupted a gay rights rally. RAW. 1800 GMT

VIENNA: Press preview ahead of auction on Saturday of photos by famed photographers such as August Sander, Trude Fleischmann, Ernst Haas and Helmut Newton. RAW. TBA

PARIS: French actor Gerard Depardieu in court on a drink driving charge. RAW. 1100 GMT

For the 20th anniversary of the independence of Eritrea:

PARIS: Every day Radio Erena broadcasts to Eritrea from Paris, the only independent media available in the African country where press freedom is practically unknown. PKG. 1400 GMT/ FILE. VID518947_EN

Filed over past 12 hours:

ISTANBUL: Meeting of more than 200 rights groups and activists, for the 38th International Federation for Human Rights.VID519524_E

PARIS: IMF chief Christine Lagarde is grilled for hours by French prosecutors. RAW. VID519473_EN


Coming up:

ZAATARI CAMP, JORDAN : The prospects for peace in Syria fail to move refugees here in Jordan, where most are preoccupied by their day-to-day misery. RAW. 0900GMT

JERUSALEM/RAMALLAH, PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES: US Secretary of State John Kerry wraps up his latest visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories. RAW. TBA

RABAT: Opening of the 12th edition of the Mawazine music festival that will see top international and Arab stars performing over the next nine days. RAW. TBC


Coming up:

NIAMEY/AGADEZ/PARIS: Monitoring events after Islamist militants stage twin suicide car bombings on an army base and French-run uranium mine, killing at least 20 people. RAW. TBC

GOMA, DR CONGO: Monitoring conflict between government troops and M23 rebels. RAW. TBA

Filed over past 12 hours:

ADDIS ABABA: The African Union on Saturday celebrates its 50th anniversary. FILE. VID519439_EN/ PKG. NSV VID519370_EN/ VOCED VID519371_EN


Coming up:

MOORE, OKLAHOMA: Following aftermath of the Oklahoma City tornado which has impaced on 33,000 people, officials. RAW. TBC

Filed over past 12 hours:

WASHINGTON STATE: A highway bridge over a river in the northwestern US state of Washington partially collapsed Thursday, sending cars and people plunging into the water below without causing any fatalities. RAW. VID519491_EN

NEW YORK: The LEGO group unveils the world's largest LEGO model ever assembled -- a "Star Wars-themed" replica weighing nearly 46,000 pounds that took 32 master builders. RAW. VID519415_EN


Coming up:

MEXICO: Obesity is a huge problem in Mexico. Diabetes is the country's biggest killer and around two thirds of the population is overweight. FILE. 1700 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

PASTAZA, ECUADOR: The indigenous peoples of the Sarayaku community, in the Ecuadorian Amazon, hold a 3-day ceremony to honour the 'Pachamama' or Mother Earth. RAW VID519400_EN

COLONIA DEL SACRAMENTO, URUGUAY: Argentinians flock to Colonia del Sacramento in neighbouring Uruguay to withdraw US dollars from ATM machines. RAW VID519477_EN

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Coming up:

BERLIN: Reaction after German club Wolfsburg end Lyon's two-year reign as women's Champions League holders with a shock 1-0 win over the French side. RAW. TBA

LONDON: Pre-match training and press conferences ahead of Saturday's Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Dortmund. RAW. TBA / PKG. TBA

LONDON: German fans arrive ahead Saturday's Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Dortmund. RAW. TBA

THE HAGUE: Ahead of the Robo Soccer World Cup, due to take place at the end of June, students from Eindhoven University show off their designs for robot footballers. RAW. 1800 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

PARIS: Football star David Beckham presentes a line of underwear in Paris. RAW. VID519511_EN

PARIS: French tennis star Jo-Wilfied Tsonga comments on his chances at the French open, which starts on Sunday. RAW. VID519514_EN



APPENZELL, SWITZERLAND: Every year, thousands gather in this Swiss canton to vote for local leaders -- by raising their hands. While some applaud it as the world's most transparent form of democracy, others say it leaves voters open to vote buying. PKG. NSV VID517075_EN/ VID517076_EN

LOS ANGELES: Special effects are the selling point of some of Hollywood's biggest films, including "Iron Man 3," which this week broke $1 billion at the box office. But the computer-graphic firms behind the visuals don't get a big slice of the profits. PKG. NSV - VID519081_EN / VOICED - VID519076_EN

LONDON: The City of London is famed for its slick glass buildings and well-dressed bankers, but below the flashy surface, a world of archaeological remains is being uncovered. PKG. NSV - VID514327_EN / VOICED - VID514328_EN

DUNHUANG, CHINA: Ancient statues and frescoes in China's Mogao caves are being given a new lease of life thanks to some hi-tech photography. PKG. NSV - VID519205_EN / VOICED - VID519206_EN


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