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-- TOP WORLD NEWS --

+ PHILIPPINES TYPHOON

Coming up:

TACLOBAN, PHILIPPINES: Eight people including children are found dead in a church near Tacloban airport, an area where most buildings and houses have been destroyed by super typhoon Haiyan. RAW. 1100 GMT (Images of aftermath) / TBA

Filed over past 12 hours:

CEBU, PHILIPPINES: One of the strongest typhoons on record kills more than 100 people as savage winds and giant waves flattens communities across the Philippines. RAW. VID568693_EN

+ IRAN TALKS

Filed over past 12 hours:

GENEVA: High-stakes talks between Iran and global powers on reining in its nuclear programme stretch into a third day in Geneva. TBC

Still available:

- Representatives return to hotel after day two of talks. RAW. VID568683_EN

- Images of EU mission where meetings are taking place. RAW. VID568639_EN

- Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iranian foreign minister, leaving the Intercontinental Hotel on Friday. RAW. VID568599_EN

- John Kerry arriving for talks Friday, soundbites. RAW. VID568546_EN

-- OTHER WORLD NEWS --

+ ASIA-PACIFIC

Coming up:

MALE: Voting gets under way in the Maldives as the country makes its third bid to choose a president and end unrest sparked by the toppling of its first freely elected leader 21 months ago. 1100 GMT

HONG KONG: Annual Gay Pride march. RAW. 1100 GMT

PHNOM PENH: Cambodia celebrates the 60th anniversary of its independence from France. RAW. TBA

NEGOMBO, SRI LANKA: Wedding couple Nisansala and Nalin hold their Guinness World Record-breaking wedding in Negombo, including 126 bridesmaids, 25 best men, 20 page boys and 23 flower girls. RAW. 1100 GMT

Filed over past 12 hours:

BEIJING: China's ruling Communist Party commences a key meeting focused on economic reforms, state media reports, a year after a closely watched leadership transition. RAW. VID568690_EN

BEIJING: China's industrial output accelerated in October, retail sales showed a solid gain, and inflation was stable as the world's second-largest economy shows early signs of fourth-quarter strength. STOCKSHOTS. VID436441_EN

+ EUROPE

Coming up:

ISTANBUL: Syrian opposition meets to decide whether to participate in a peace conference in Geneva. RAW. 1100 GMT

BERLIN: Commemorations to mark Kristallnacht, or the Night of Broken Glass, when Nazi gangs targeted Jewish businesses and landmarks in 1938, and also the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall. RAW. 1500 GMT

WARSAW: Inauguration on Friday of a photo exhibition of survivors of the Auschwitz concentration camp. RAW. 1100 GMT

MADRID: A Spanish court on Friday ordered the release of nine imprisoned members of armed Basque separatist group ETA after a European rights ruling. RAW. TBC

LONDON: In the build-up to November 11 -- Armistice Day in 1918 -- red poppies are seen on television, jacket lapels, car bumpers and newspaper mastheads as a symbol of remembrance for the wartime dead. Images from the poppy factory. RAW. 0500 GMT

MOSCOW: Miss Universe beauty contest. RAW. TBA

+ AFRICA

Coming up:

MOGADISHU: At least four people, including a government official, are killed in an Islamist militant car bomb attack outside a top hotel in Somalia's capital Mogadishu. RAW. 1100 GMT

EASTERN DR CONGO: Monitoring situation after rebel defeat in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. RAW. TBA

+ NORTH AMERICA

Coming up:

DAYTON, OHIO: The Doolittle Tokyo Raiders make a final toast to their fallen comrades at the National Museum of the US Air Force. RAW. TBC

NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA: The US Navy christens its new aircraft carrier, the USS Gerald R. Ford, named after the former US president. RAW. TBC

+ LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN

Coming up:

BUENOS AIRES: Gay Pride in one of Latin America's most gay-friendly countries. RAW 2200 GMT

CARAL, PERU: 19th anniversary of the discovery of the archeological city of Caral, cradle of the region's most ancient civilization. RAW. TBC

Filed over past 12 hours:

SANTIAGO: Chile votes in a presidential election on November 17. Stock shots of Chile. STOCKSHOTS. VID565668_EN

CUIABA, BRAZIL: 48 Brazilian ethnic groups and indigenous representatives from 17 countries take part in the indigenous peoples' games. RAW. VID568679_EN

-- SPORT --

Coming up:

IN SPACE: For the first time in history, the Olympic flame flies in space, ahead of the 2014 Sochi Winter Games. RAW. 1700 GMT

DOHA: FIFA President Sepp Blatter speaks to reporters after his meeting with Qatar's emir. RAW. TBA

GUANGZHOU: Reaction after China's Guangzhou Evergrande, led by World Cup-winning coach Marcello Lippi, take on FC Seoul in the second leg of the AFC Champions League final. RAW. TBA

CUIABA, BRAZIL: Opening ceremony of the Indigenous Peoples' Games. RAW. 2200 GMT

PARIS: Post-match presser as France take on the All Blacks at the Stade de France in rugby union autumn international. RAW. TBA

-- FEATURES --

Filed:

MAGALIESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA: South African conservationists are poisoning rhino horns to make them harmful to humans. It's the latest tactic in the war against poachers, who have killed almost 800 rhinos so far this year. PKG. NSV - VID568414_EN / VOICED - VID568415_EN

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