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We will file the following videos:

-- TOP WORLD NEWS --

+ SYRIA

Coming up:

GENEVA: The Union of Syrian Medical Relief Organizations gives a press conference on chemical weapons use in Syria. RAW. 1600 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

ISTANBUL: Syria's divided opposition group officially expands to include 43 new members, after eight days of meetings marred by internal bickering. RAW. VID521621_EN

Still available:

DAMASCUS: Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says there is popular pressure to open a new front with Israel in the Golan. RAW. VID5221408_EN, VID521594_EN

QUSAYR, SYRIA: Fighting rocks a rebel stronghold which regime forces have been trying to seize back in an all-out offensive since May 19, backed by Hezbollah fighters. RAW. VID521558_EN

+ KYRGYSTAN

Coming up:

BISHKEK, KYRGYSTAN: President Almazbek Atambayev declares a state of emergency around a Canadian-owned gold mine after clashes between security forces and demonstrators demanding its nationalisation. FILE. 1100GMT/ RAW. TBC

+ NIGERIA GAY LAW

Coming up:

ABUJA: Reaction after Nigeria's parliament bans gay marriage. RAW. 1400 GMT

Still available:

ABUJA: Nigeria clamps down on homosexuality, forbidding gay marriage. FILE. VID521503_EN / PKG (refile). NSV - VID518527_EN / VOICED - VID518528_EN

+ UK SOLDIER

Coming up:

LONDON: Inquest opens into the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby. RAW. 1200 GMT

LONDON: Queen Elizabeth II visits Woolwich Barracks, just over a week after a soldier was brutally murdered nearby and two days before the 60th anniversary of her 1953 coronation. RAW. TBC

-- OTHER WORLD NEWS --

+ EUROPE

Coming up:

ATHENS, GREECE: Eurogroup chief on first official visit to Greece. RAW. TBA

PRIJEDOR, BOSNIA: Commemoration for some 3,000 civilians killed in detention camps set up by Bosnian Serb forces during the 1992-1995 war. RAW. 2100 GMT

BERLIN: Results of the 2011 population census, the first since the reunification of Germany. FILE. VID521446_EN/ RAW. 1200 GMT / PKG. TBC

MOSCOW: The head of the Pushkin Museum has caused a stir after asking the Russian president to revive a museum destroyed by Stalin, by filling it with French Impressionist art. RAW. 1500 GMT

LONDON: Inauguration of a large railway tunnel in London's business district. RAW. TBC

PARIS: French rapper Orelsan awaits his court verdict for allegedly sexist lyrics. RAW. 1400 GMT

PARIS: France tries to kick smoking habit with new campaign. RAW. 1200 GMT

LONDON: Sotheby's sees a number of artworks from the Soviet era go under the hammer. RAW. 1000 GMT

ROME: Mathias Menanteau restores violins in the Italian capital. RAW. 1000 GMT

CHORLEY WOOD, UK: Ahead of the birth of the child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, one keen sewer shows how to knit your own royal baby. RAW. 1800 GMT

OSLO: Press unveiling of a retrospective on Edvard Munch, celebrating 150 years since the Norwegian painter's birth. RAW. 1500 GMT

LA DEFENSE, FRANCE: Eight hundred competitors take on France's first "vertical race": to the top of the country's highest skyscraper. RAW. 1700 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

VARIOUS: Eurozone unemployment rate hit a fresh record of 12.2 percent in April, with 19.2 million people on the dole. STOCK SHOTS. VID471301_EN

+ ASIA-PACIFIC

Coming up:

THIMPHU: The Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan holds multi-party elections for its main house of parliament. RAW. TBA

Filed over past 12 hours:

THIMPHU: Hopes for high turnout in Bhutan's second ever election: election commission. RAW. VID521627_EN (election commission intv, analyst, GVs), VID521663_EN (voting)

TOKYO: Japan will this weekend welcome dozens of leaders from Africa as it looks to boost economic ties and wrestle resources and market share away from an increasingly assertive China. Interviews with an African diplomat and academic. RAW. VID521632_EN

BEIJING: A decade after China began filling the world's largest dam -- The Three Gorges -- concerns about the project's environmental and human cost endure. FILE. VID521639_EN

+ AFRICA

Coming up:

ADIS ABABA: Stock shots of the Ethiopian capital. STOCK SHOTS. 1600 GMT

+ NORTH AMERICA

Coming up:

WASHINGTON: Photographer Javier Manzano talks about his Pulitzer Prize winning shot in Syria, taken on assignment for AFP. RAW. 1900 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

WASHINGTON: Bradley Manning, cast alternately as heroic whistleblower and traitor to his nation, could face life in prison but one military expert says this is unlikely. RAW. VID521490_EN

+ LATIN AMERICA

Filed over past 12 hours:

PORT-AU-PRINCE: An explosion and subsequent fire at a market kills two people in Haiti. RAW. VID521614_EN

HAVANA: Leading Cuban opposition blogger Yoani Sanchez returns home after an around the world tour she used as a platform for criticising Havana's regime. RAW. VID521641_EN

SAN SALVADOR: A chronically ill Salvadoran woman pregnant with a malformed foetus that doctors say will probably die loses her Supreme Court bid to have an abortion. RAW. VID521581_EN, VID521609_EN

RIO DE JANEIRO: US Vice President Joe Biden visits the first Rio de Janeiro shanty town recovered from drug gangs as part of the city's "pacification" program. RAW. VID521564_EN

-- SPORT --

Filed over past 12 hours:

RIO DE JANEIRO: The English football team train ahead of their friendly match against Brazil on Sunday. RAW. VID521619_EN(Images of Neymar and the Brazilian team during training)

-- FEATURES --

FILED:

SYDNEY: Sydney's oldest barmaid Lil Miles has never been a drinker, but after four decades in the job at her family's Bells Hotel in Woolloomooloo the 91-year-old still hasn't tired of pulling beers. RAW. VID518041_EN

ABIDJAN: An artists' colony is struggling to stay afloat as 10 years of political instability have seen resident numbers dwindle and money dry up. PKG. NSV VID520684_EN/ VOICED VID520685_EN

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