Here are the main topics Anadolu's English Desk plans to cover on Tuesday, July 25, 2023
ANKARA (AA) - Here are the main topics Anadolu's English Desk plans to cover on Tuesday, July 25, 2023 (coverage may change depending on developing/ breaking stories):
LONDON - Foreign Secretary James Cleverly to arrive in Doha on first leg of 3-day tour to Middle East.
LONDON - First 50 asylum seekers expected to board Bibby Stockholm barge moored in harbor of Portland, Dorset.
BRUSSELS - EU to host Agriculture and Fisheries Council meeting to discuss market situation amid war in Ukraine, Russia's withdrawal from Black Sea Grain Deal.
ATHENS - Following wildfires on Rhodes.
PARIS - US first lady Jill Biden to deliver remarks at UNESCO flag-raising ceremony to mark US rejoining UNESCO.
ANKARA - President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to meet Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas to discuss bilateral ties, regional and international issues.
ISLAMABAD - Former Prime Minister Imran Khan to present himself before Election Commission in connection with contempt case.
SEOUL - Constitutional Court to rule on whether to endorse or reject National Assembly's impeachment of Interior Minister Lee Sang-min over last year's deadly crowd crush in Seoul.
SEOUL - Monitoring developments after North Korea’s fresh missile launch drew condemnations from South Korea and Japan
MANILA - Evacuation ordered as super typhoon swept toward northern Philippines.
MANILA - Following resignation of top police officials over alleged nefarious drug trade.
WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden to deliver remarks on expanding access to mental health care.
NEW YORK - UN Security Council to hold session on peace consolidation in West Africa.
NEW YORK - UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Ukraine Denise Brown to update on humanitarian situation in Ukraine, including in Odesa.
ANKARA - Turkish Central Bank to reveal capacity utilization rate for manufacturing sector in July.
ANKARA - Turkish statistical authority to announce sectoral confidence indices for July.
AUCKLAND, New Zealand - Following games at 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup.
ZALGIRIS, Lithuania - Galatasaray to face Zalgiris in UEFA Champions League second qualifying round.
Current emissions cuts pledges could lead to global heating of 2.5 C, leading to more extreme weather events
By Nuran Erkul
LONDON (AA) - From China to the US, the world is under the grip of heatwaves as the impacts of global warming increase, at 1.2°C, intensifies and scientists constantly warn the global warming will lead to further extreme weather events.
Uniform Civil Code: Why has India’s new legal step triggered outrage?
By Anadolu staff
ANKARA (AA) - The Law Commission of India - a government-appointed advisory body is presently collecting public suggestions on creating a uniform civil code (UCC) for the followers of all religions in the country.
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