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Here are the main topics Anadolu Agency’s English Desk plans to cover on Friday, Sept. 27, 2019

ANKARA (AA) - Here are the main topics Anadolu Agency’s English Desk plans to cover on Friday, Sept. 27, 2019 (coverage may change depending on developing/breaking stories):


TURKEY

ISTANBUL - Following developments in wake of 5.8-magnitude earthquake in metropolis of Istanbul.

ISTANBUL - Vice President Fuat Oktay to chair meeting on National Disaster Response Plan.

ANKARA - Turkish Statistical Institute to release Economic Confidence Index for September.

ANKARA - Central Bank to announce International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity for August.

US

WASHINGTON - Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to address UN General Assembly, hold press conference afterward.

WASHINGTON - Following developments amid House of Representatives impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump.


EGYPT

CAIRO - Spurred by opposition, widespread anti-Sisi protests expected throughout Egypt.

ALGERIA

ALGIERS - Algerians await their largest Islamic party’s decision on participation in presidential polls.

LIBYA

TRIPOLI - Following battles close to capital Tripoli between Government of National Accord, Khalifa Haftar-led forces.

PALESTINE

GAZA CITY- Palestinians to take part in the 76th Friday of anti-occupation protests in eastern Gaza.


GERMANY

BERLIN - Chancellor Merkel to deliver remarks at Christian Democratic Union (CDU) group meeting in state parliament of eastern state of Thuringia.


BELGIUM

BRUSSELS - European Commission to release Economic Sentiment Indicator for September.


SYRIA

ALEPPO / IDLIB - Monitoring developments in Syrian civil war.


ETHIOPIA

ADDIS ABABA - Orthodox Christians to mark Meskel festival, unique religious event where huge crowds gather around large bonfire.

SPECIAL REPORT

Stage set for landmark Afghan presidential polls

By Shadi Khan Saif

KABUL, Afghanistan (AA) - The race for landmark Afghan presidential polls, scheduled for Saturday, have entered a crucial final stage amid fears of Taliban attacks.

SPECIAL REPORT

Hard-hatted Zimbabwean women take up 'tough' jobs

By Jeffrey Moyo

MUTOKO, Zimbabwe (AA) - She pushes a concrete-laden wheelbarrow with the agility of a teenager. Yet at 37 years of age, Mirirai Shambare, a holder of a teaching qualification, has never worked in a classroom since she graduated from college about nine years ago.

SPECIAL REPORT

E.African bloc seeks to spur demand for local textiles

By James Tasamba

KIGALI, Rwanda (AA) - An East African bloc’s decision to promote the wearing of locally made attire and annual exhibits in the member states will help the garments gain popularity, said experts.

SPECIAL REPORT

Rachel Carson: Mother of environmental movements

By Burak Bir

ANKARA (AA) - Environmentalist, author, and marine biologist Rachel Carson is being commemorated Friday on the 57th anniversary of the publication of her influential book Silent Spring, which spurred the birth of the modern environmental movement.

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