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Sunday, 19 February 2017
Munich: The 53rd Munich Security Conference, an annual gathering of global foreign and security leaders continues.
Venice: Thousands are expected to gather in Saint Mark's Square to watch the Flight of the Angel, one of the highlights of the annual carnival. - Covering LIVE from 1100 GMT.
Brussels: US Vice President Mike Pence makes two-day trip to Belgium to meet European partners and allies. - Visits EU and NATO on Monday.
Bucharest: Protests sparked by a law, since withdrawn, that would have softened the corruption fight in the country are expected to continue. - Demo begins at 1800 GMT.
Tbilisi: Several thousand people are expected to march in support of privately-owned TV channel Rustavi 2, ahead of court ruling many fear could threaten the channel's independence.
Middle East
Tehran: Thirty four lawmakers have signed a motion to impeach Iranian Transport Minister Abbas Akhoundi, over several issues including a deadly collision of two passenger trains in November 2016 that...
Middle East
Beirut: French presidential candidate Marie Le Pen visits Lebanon. The schedule is still to be confirmed but she is expected to meet the president and prime minister.
Henry Holland demonstrates London style at his House of Holland Fashion show. Expected delivery - 1200 GMT
Thousands of school children in Kenya are getting a rare opportunity to look up at the stars. A travelling telescope is being moved between schools to teach children the science of astronomy. Virtual...
After launching the National Museum of African-American History and Culture, some architects might take a break and rest on their laurels. But renowned architect Phil Freelon knows better than most...
Australian conservationists are working to save the threatened spotted Tiger Quoll, which is usually found in the state of Victoria. The last confirmed sighting of the elusive animal in the wild was...
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