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Here are the main topics Anadolu's English Desk plans to cover on Friday, May 26

ANKARA (AA) - Here are the main topics Anadolu's English Desk plans to cover on Friday, May 26, 2023 (coverage may change depending on developing/breaking stories):

US

WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden to welcome LSU Tigers Women's Basketball and UConn Huskies Men's Basketball teams to White House for NCAA Championship celebration.

MARYLAND - Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin to deliver Naval Academy commencement address.

WASHINGTON - Jessica Watkins and Kenneth Harrelson to be sentenced after being found guilty of obstruction of official proceeding for their involvement in Jan. 6 attack on US Capitol.

NEW YORK - Oral arguments to take place in two joined cases brought against JPMorgan over bank's alleged connections to disgraced former financier Jeffery Epstein.

GERMANY

BERLIN - Parliament to hold vote on extension of army troops' deployment in international missions in Mali and Kosovo.

ESTONIA

TALINN - Prime Minister Kaja Kallas to host German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and her counterparts from Latvia and Lithuania, Krisjanis Karins and Ingrida Simonyte.

UK

LONDON - Some 1,400 security officers working at Heathrow Airport and are members of the Unite union go on strike in an ongoing dispute over pay.


THE ECONOMY

ANKARA - Turkish Culture and Tourism Ministry to release number of tourists for April.


SPECIAL REPORT

US in midst of ‘scary’ child labor spike as states seek to loosen guardrails

By Michael Hernandez and R. Iclal Turan

WASHINGTON (AA) - The US is the scene of a growing number of child labor violations as legislative overhauls in Republican-majority states seek to remove safeguards intended to prevent the return of the rights violations that defined the Industrial Revolution and Great Depression.

SPECIAL REPORT

UK protest groups vow to continue protests despite government's 'Public Order Act'

By Burak Bir

LONDON (AA) - Britain's protesting groups vowed to keep holding demonstrations for "as long as it takes" despite the government's latest "Act" which has been criticized many for "restricting fundamental rights to peaceful protest."

SPECIAL REPORT

EU needs longer-term asylum reform to better protect refugees, migrants: UNHCR

By Beyza Binnur Donmez

GENEVA (AA) - Only five months in and already 60,932 new arrivals have been reported to Europe via the Mediterranean route in 2023, according to the latest data of the UN refugee agency.



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