ANKARA (AA) - Here are the main topics Anadolu Agency’s English Desk plans to cover Tuesday, May 10, 2016 (coverage may change depending on developing/breaking stories):
ANKARA – President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to attend a meeting of Turkish Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges.
ISTANBUL - Deputy Prime Minister with responsibility for the economy, Mehmet Simsek, to address Turkish Association of Financial Institutions in Istanbul.
LONDON - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will visit British capital.
LONDON - Parliament's International Development Commission will release a report on World Humanitarian Summit.
BERLIN – Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen to announce details of her plan to increase German army’s personnel strength.
PARIS - EU parliament will discuss Greece bailout package.
MIDDLE EAST & NORTH AFRICA
KUWAIT CITY – Mediators at faltering peace talks in Kuwait struggle to bring Yemen’s warring camps back to negotiating table.
DHAKA – Jamaat-e-Islami chief, Motiur Rahman Nizami, to face execution by Bangladeshi authorities unless presidential pardon is granted.
South African surgeons attempt to rebuild rhino's face
By Ihsaan Haffejee
LIMPOPO, South Africa (AA) – A group of South African veterinary surgeons have performed a pioneering operation on a wounded rhino in an attempt to rebuild the animal’s face, which was brutally removed by poachers.
ADDIS ABABA – Religious leaders from various African countries meet in Addis Ababa to discuss incitement to violence, which is rising across the continent.
SOUTH EAST ASIA & PACIFIC
By Sitt Thway Naing
RAKHINE STATE, Myanmar (AA) - Much has changed for Myanmar in the four years since Muslim Rohingya were driven from their homes in the country's west, but talk to those subsequently placed in Rakhine State's numerous internally displaced persons camps it is as if life has stood still.
ZAMBOANGA – Rodrigo Duterte set to become the first Philippines president from the country's south after securing more than 15 million votes, according to the country’s Commission on Elections.
BANGKOK – Main Thai political parties condemn draft charter ahead of constitutional referendum.