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Here are the main topics Anadolu's English Desk plans to cover on Monday, July 24, 2023

ANKARA (AA) - Here are the main topics Anadolu's English Desk plans to cover on Monday, July 24, 2023 (coverage may change depending on developing/ breaking stories):


SPAIN

MADRID - Following political developments after Sunday's snap elections as both left- and right-wing blocs fall short of absolute majority.


ITALY

ROME - UN to host 3-day Food Systems Summit at FAO headquarters with attendance of Secretary General Antonio Guterres and Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni.


US

WASHINGTON - Secretary of State Antony Blinken to meet OSCE Secretary General Helga Maria Schmid at State Department.

NEW YORK - UNDP administrator Achim Steiner and David Gressly, UN resident and humanitarian coordinator in Yemen, to provide update on FSO Safer oil tanker operation in war-torn country.


PHILIPPINES

MANILA – President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. to deliver his second State of the Nation Address.


CAMBODIA

PHNOM PENH - Monitoring post-election process as ruling Cambodian People’s Party claims victory.


CHINA

HEILONGJIANG - Monitoring developments as death toll from collapse of school stadium in northeastern city of Qiqihar climbs to 11.

SOUTH KOREA

JEJU - Second US nuclear-powered submarine USS Annapolis arrives in South Korea.

ISRAEL

TEL AVIV - Parliament to vote on judicial reform bill amid streets protests and unprecedented opposition.


EGYPT

CAIRO - Cairo to host meetings with Sudanese political powers to help end civil war.


THE ECONOMY

NEW YORK - S&P Global to share provisional PMI figures for Germany and Eurozone manufacturing sectors for July.


​​​​​​​SPORTS

AUCKLAND, New Zealand - Following 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup group matches.

NYON, Switzerland - 2023-24 UEFA Champions League third qualifying round draw to take place.


SPECIAL REPORT

EU-Tunisia deal puts migrants' rights at risk, experts warn

By Giada Zampano

ROME (AA) – The European Union in mid-July finalized a much-anticipated agreement with Tunisia to cooperate on curbing a surge in migration flows to Europe’s Mediterranean shores.

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