ANKARA (AA) - Here are the main topics Anadolu Agency’s English Desk plans to cover on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019 (coverage may change depending on developing/breaking stories):
ANKARA - President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to attend his Justice and Development (AK) Party group meeting and preside a Cabinet meeting at presidential palace.
ANKARA - Monitoring developments on Turkey’s agreements signed with US, Russia on Syria.
WASHINGTON - House Democrats to begin second round of public hearings as part of impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, with four officials set to testify.
BERLIN - Chancellor Merkel hosts G20 Compact with Africa conference. Leaders from a dozen African countries attending conference which aims at boosting investments, joint economic development.
BRUSSELS - NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg to hold news conference ahead of Wednesday’s NATO foreign ministers meeting.
LA PAZ - Following developments after resignation of President Evo Morales.
HONG KONG - Following developments in ongoing protests.
BAGHDAD - Following Iraqi anti-government protests.
BEIRUT - Following weeks-long anti-government protests.
ALEPPO/IDLIB - Monitoring developments in Syrian civil war.
TEHRAN - Following protests in different parts of Iran.
RAMALLAH - Following reactions on US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's remarks on settlements in West Bank.
ANKARA - Turkish Central Bank to release Turkey’s International Investment Position for September and third quarter.
ISTANBUL - Turkish Capital Markets Summit 2019 to start under the theme of "Transformation" with the support of the Turkish Presidency.
BRUSSELS - European Automobile Manufacturers Association to reveal new passenger car registration data for October.
ANKARA - Following UEFA EURO 2020 qualifiers.
ANKARA - Turkish basketball team Anadolu Efes to face LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne from France in Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Round 9 in Lyon.
World leaders divided over Bolivia crisis
By Sierra Juarez
QUERETARO, Mexico (AA) - Leaders worldwide are weighing in on the unrest in Bolivia, with some saying the political change in the country corrects a rigged election while others are calling it a coup.