ANKARA (AA) - Here are the main topics Anadolu Agency's English Desk plans to cover on Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021 (coverage may change depending on developing/breaking stories):
FUZULI - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to attend inauguration of Fuzuli International Airport, other groundbreaking ceremonies in areas liberated last year from Armenian occupation.
FUZULI - Erdogan to hold joint press conference with Azerbaijani counterpart Ilham Aliyev following one-on-one, delegation meetings.
ANKARA - Following COVID-19 normalization process in Turkey, worldwide pandemic situation.
WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden to participate virtually in annual US-ASEAN Summit.
WASHINGTON - White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan to hold press briefing on Biden's Europe tour.
NEW YORK - Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to launch UN Environment Programme's Emissions Gap Report.
NEW YORK - UN Security Council to meet on Sudan coup attempt.
KHARTOUM - Following situation in Sudan after arrests against several ministers, officials in possible 'military coup.'
KABUL - Monitoring political developments, security situation in Afghanistan.
ANKARA - Turkish Central Bank to release international reserve and foreign currency figures for September.
ANKARA - Turkish Statistical Institute to reveal research and development activities survey for 2020.
NEW YORK - Research group US Conference Board to announce October consumer confidence.
ISTANBUL - Following Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Round 6 games in basketball.
Tragic tales of Guantanamo Bay prison
By Iftikhar Gilani
ANKARA (AA) - Even as a US federal court recently declared Asadullah Haroon Gul's 14-year imprisonment at Guantanamo Bay illegal, an eyewitness who has visited the world's "dreaded" detention center said many inmates did not deserve to be there.
Amid low vaccination rates, schools in Uganda remain shut
By Hamza Kyeyune
KAMPALA, Uganda (AA) - Millions of Ugandan children have stayed home for 20 months as schools have remained closed due to COVID-19 amid measures authorities say are necessary to safeguard the students' health.