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Here are the main topics Anadolu Agency’s English Desk plans to cover on Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020

ANKARA (AA) - Here are the main topics Anadolu Agency’s English Desk plans to cover on Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020 (coverage may change depending on developing/breaking stories):


TURKEY

ANKARA - Parliament Speaker Mustafa Sentop to meet Speaker of the Kuwaiti National Assembly Marzouq Al Ghanim.


US

WASHINGTON - Impeachment trial of President Donald Trump continues at Senate

WASHINGTON - Special Envoy for Syria James Jeffrey to hold briefing to update on Syria and ongoing campaign to defeat Daesh


SWITZERLAND

DAVOS - Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, Treasury and Finance Minister Berat Albayrak and Trade Minister Ruhsar Pekcan to hold talks as part of the World Economic Forum in Davos.

DAVOS - German Chancellor Angela Merkel to address World Economic Forum in Davos.

GENEVA - World Health Organization Emergency Committee to discuss outbreak of new virus in China and to decide whether to declare it a public emergency or not.


UK

LONDON - Turkey's National Education Deputy Minister Reha Denemec to attend BETT Education Show.


THE NETHERLANDS

THE HAGUE - International Court of Justice to deliver preliminary verdict on case filed by Gambia against Myanmar over genocide of Rohingya.


ETHIOPIA

ADDIS ABABA - International Organization for Migration to release findings of research on the protection and legal conditions of migrants.


PALESTINE

BETHLEHEM - President Mahmoud Abbas to meet Russian counterpart in Bethlehem city.


ISRAEL

JERUSALEM - Fifth World Holocaust Forum to kick off.

JERUSALEM - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin.


CHINA

WUHAN - Following developments on novel coronavirus pandemic.


LIBYA

TRIPOLI- Following repercussions of Haftar’s forces threats to attack civil planes.


LIBYA/RUSSIA/TURKEY

TRIPOLI/MOSCOW/ANKARA - Monitoring developments on diplomatic initiatives carried out to find solution to crisis in Libya following Berlin conference, as well as on cease-fire process.


SYRIA

ALEPPO/IDLIB/RAQQA/HASAKAH - Monitoring developments after cease-fire brokered by Turkey and Russia came into effect in Idlib, which was targeted by Bashar al-Assad regime and allies.


ECONOMY

ANKARA - Turkish Statistical Institute to release Consumer Confidence Index for January.

BRUSSELS - European Automobile Manufacturers' Association to reveal new commercial vehicles registrations data for 2019.


SPORTS

MELBOURNE - 2020 Australian Open continues with second round games in men's and women's singles.


SPECIAL REPORT

Border residents, collateral victims of India-Pakistan tensions

By Iftikhar Gilani

ANKARA (AA) - The tensions between India and Pakistan, resulting in snapping of trade ties has affected 50,000 people directly in India’s border city of Amritsar, according to a study conducted by an Indian research and consulting organization.


SPECIAL REPORT

Removing Haftar a must for Libyan democracy: Official

By Enes Canli

TRIPOLI (AA) - Removing renegade commander Khalifa Haftar is a must for democracy process and to hold elections in Libya, an official said.


SPECIAL REPORT

Berlin Libya summit: a mere ‘gentlemen’s agreement’?

By Ali Murat Alhas and Gozde Bayar

ANKARA (AA) - Sunday's Libya-themed conference held in the German capital Berlin brought a glimpse of hope for the war-weary country with a consensus on a ceasefire plan, but aggression by renegade commander Khalifa Haftar's forces and some vague points of the conference still stand as obstacles to peace.


SPECIAL REPORT

Tragic fate follows Rohingya in India

By Cheena Kapoor

NEW DELHI, India (AA) – Even as recent international attention has rekindled hope among displaced Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar, hundreds of them living in India fear another displacement as the fallout of recently enacted controversial citizenship law.

SPECIAL REPORT

After clashes, Sudan enters new cycle of power struggle

Mohammed Amin

KHARTOUM, Sudan (AA) - The night of Jan. 14 will be remembered by Sudanese for years to come for the blood it spilled in the capital Khartoum.

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