ANKARA (AA) - Here are the main topics Anadolu Agency’s English Desk plans to cover on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 (coverage may change depending on developing/breaking stories):
ANKARA - President and ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party Chairman Recep Tayyip Erdogan to meet with deputies at breakfast at party headquarters. Erdogan later to attend ordinary general meeting of Hak-Is Trade Union Federation.
WASHINGTON - Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to meet with visiting Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.
SAINT PETERSBURG - Turkey's Agriculture and Forestry Minister Bekir Pakdemirli to meet with Russian counterpart and attend an event.
BERLIN - Chancellor Angela Merkel to meet with Finnish Prime Minister Antii Rinne for talks on EU, international issues.
PARIS - President Emmanuel Macron to meet Nechirvan Barzani, president of Iraq's Kurdish Regional Government.
BRUSSELS - Spain's Foreign Minister Josep Borrell, nominated for EU's top foreign policy post, to meet EU Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker and newly elected European Parliament head David-Maria Sassoli.
ALEPPO / IDLIB - Monitoring developments in Syrian civil war.
TEHRAN - Following reactions to Tehran’s surpassing 3.67% of uranium enrichment, further breaching 2015 nuclear deal.
KHARTOUM - Following ramifications of agreement between opposition forces and military.
NAIROBI - UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to attend African Regional High-Level Conference on Counter-Terrorism and the Prevention of Violent Extremism.
PROFILE - Nurettin Topcu: A man dedicated to ethics, teaching
By Zehra Nur Duz
ANKARA - Nurettin Topcu, one of the most important Turkish philosophers of the 20th century, is being commemorated Wednesday on the 44th anniversary of his death.
'Israeli attack on Anadolu Agency office was criminal'
By Burak Bir
ANKARA (AA) - Israel's attack on Anadolu Agency’s office in the Gaza Strip this May is but one of its many criminal attacks on the media, said a Palestinian human rights advocate.
Iran's uranium breach 'pressure tactic': Analysts
TEHRAN - Iran's decision to enrich uranium beyond the key limit dictated in the 2015 nuclear deal is a "pressure tactic" to force the signatories to the pact to fulfill their commitments, analysts believe.