Johannesburg: South Africa's African National Congress is due to discuss a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma that has been filed by opposition parties in parliament during the national...
++Running Story - 27 May to 2 June++ Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has declared 60 days of martial law across the southern third of the country after IS-linked militants launched a violent...
++Running Story - 27 May to 2 June++ Covering developments as relations between the Koreas are in one of their lowest ebbs now mainly due to North Korea's nuclear and missile programmes.
Bali: Australian citizen Schapelle Corby, who was convicted of drug smuggling and sentenced to 20 years in prison, is expected to be deported back to Australia. After nine years behind bars, Corby...
Wuzhen: Third and final match between China's top Go player Ke Jie and Alpha Go.
Various: Muslims in Asia start the Holy month of Ramadan. Covering preps and first breaking of fast in Karachi, Jakarta, Kabul. The actual day will depend on moon sighting.
++Running Story - 27 May to 2 June++ Investigation continues after a concert bombing in Manchester that left 22 people dead.
++Running Story - 27 May to 2 June++ Britain's political parties step up campaigning following a suspension after the Manchester concert attack, ahead of a general election on June 8.
Taormina: Final day of the G7 summit. 0630 GMT - Welcome Ceremony with outreach countries. 0710 GMT - Group photo. 0730 GMT - Working session with outreach countries. 0945 GMT - Working session....
Genoa: Pope Francis visits a factory and takes questions from workers, meets young people, visits a children's hospital and celebrates Mass in the port town of Genoa. - 0615 GMT - Arrival at Genoa...
Prague: A memorial plaque is unveiled at Prague's main train station in memory of parents of Czech Jewish children that Briton Nicholas Winton saved from Nazis during World War II. Some of those...
Moscow: 15th Moscow Kite Festival starts in an open air museum on the outskirts of the Russian capital.
++Running Story - 27 May to 2 June++ Protests against President Nicolas Maduro's government are expected to continue as the country's chief prosecutor said this week 55 people have been killed and...
++Running Story - 27 May to 2 June++ Covering developments after Brazil's president ordered soldiers to restore order in the country's capital after some government ministries were evacuated during...
Buenos Aires: Thousands of visitors expected at the fifth edition of the Comic Convention, this year with a Star Wars parade, a cosplay contest, and a Q&A session with French director Luc Besson.
++Running Story - 27 May to 2 June++ Kurdish-led forces advance against IS west of Raqqa, fighting continues between rebels and Syrian army in north, east and southern Syria.
++Running Story - 27 May to 2 June++ The push against IS slowly continues.
Tehran: Preparations ahead of the beginning of Ramadan which is expected to begin in Iran on Saturday.
Various: Preparations as Ramadan begins around the region, pending moon sighting.
++Running Story - 27 May to 2 June++ Ongoing coverage after President Donald Trump enlisted his longtime attorney to join a still-forming legal team that will guide him through the intensifying...
Arrivals at the funeral for Soundgarden lead singer Chris Cornell at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Expected delivery - 0200 GMT
Film festival press conference for Roman Polanski's 'Based on a True Story', about a bestselling author who gets involved with an obsessive admirer. Expected delivery - 1500 GMT
Lynne Ramsey and Joaquim Phoenix unite for the tale of corruption and vengeance, 'You Were Never Really Here' - discussed at a Cannes press conference. Expected delivery - 1500 GMT
Premiere takes place for Polanski's 'Based on a True Story', which stars Eva Green, Emmanuelle Seigner and Vincent Perez. Expected delivery - 1900 GMT
Joaquin Phoenix expected to join his director Lynne Ramsay on the Palais red carpet for the festival premiere of the director’s latest Palme d'Or nominee, 'You Were Never Really Here'. Expected...
A Danish music group plays underwater concerts, creating an eerie, haunting sound that's described as out-of-this-world. 'Between Music' took years to research and develop their unique submerged...
It's the course that teaches fire fighters how to save lives and protect their own. And Australia's Queensland Fire and Emergency Services academy recently had its 100th group of recruits graduate.
Dates are central to the traditions observed during the holy month of Ramadan, when many Muslims abstain from eating, drinking, smoking and sex from dawn until dusk. Most Muslims break their fast...
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