AFP Americas News Agenda for November 25

Duty Editor: Jim Mannion

Tel: +1 202 414 0541

What's happening in the Americas on Monday:

+ Honduras election aftermath

TEGUCIGALPA: Monitoring the aftermath of Honduras's presidential vote that pitted Xiomara Castro, leftist wife of ousted former leader Manuel Zelaya, against conservative lawmaker Juan Orlando Hernandez. Picture. Video (HONDURAS-VOTE)


NEW YORK: The state of Connecticut releases finding of its investigation into the Newtown school shooting nearly a year ago that killed 20 children and six adults. Report to be released at 2000 GMT (US-CRIME-SHOOTING-SCHOOL-REPORT)

-- Television stars from around the world converge in New York for the glittering International Emmy awards gala. Picture (ENTERTAINMENT-US-TELEVISION-AWARDS-EMMYS)

SEATTLE: President Barack Obama departs the northwestern city of Seattle, Washington for San Francisco during a West Coast fundraising swing. Picture (US-POLITICS-OBAMA)

WASHINGTON: The National Association of Realtors reports data on pending home sales in October, a forward-looking indicator of the housing market. 1500 GMT. Expect coverage (US-ECONOMY-HOUSING-PROPERTY-SALES)

-- Teleconference under the aegis of UNESCO on the discovery of an important archaeological find in Nepal. Picture. Video (UN-ARCHAEOLOGY-NEPAL)