Here are the main topics Anadolu's English Desk plans to cover on Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2023
ANKARA (AA) — Here are the main topics Anadolu's English Desk plans to cover on Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2023 (coverage may change depending on developing/breaking stories):
MOSCOW - After recent attacks in southern Ukraine, latest developments in Russia's ongoing war to be followed.
MOSCOW - Capital to host 11th Moscow Conference on International Security with 100 countries, 8 international organizations invited.
MOSCOW - 11th "Koroche" Russian Short Film Festival to kick off in Kaliningrad.
MOSCOW - Russian Central Bank to start testing digital ruble with participation of 13 banks, limited number of customers.
MOSCOW - Army 2023 International Military-Technical Forum continues in Moscow with 49 foreign delegations, including Rostec.
WARSAW - Poland to celebrate Armed Forces Day with largest military parade since 1989, joined by thousands of troops, American Abrams, South Korean K2 main battle tanks in capital.
WASHINGTON - Secretary of State Antony Blinken to deliver remarks to press after meeting virtually with Japan's Foreign Minister Hayashi Yoshimasa, South Korea's top diplomat Park Jin.
WASHINGTON - Carlos De Oliveira, property manager at former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, to be arraigned over charges in ongoing classified documents case, marking 3rd attempt to do so following his two previous failures to secure legal representation.
WASHINGTON - US President Joe Biden to tout economic record in state of Wisconsin, continuing to lay groundwork for heated 2024 presidential election.
WASHINGTON - UN Special Envoy for Global Education Gordon Brown to brief reporters on girls' education in Afghanistan amid continued Taliban restrictions.
TOKYO - Monitoring aftermath of typhoon Lan in western Japan, bringing heavy rainfall, disrupting air, road, train services, domestic, international summer holiday-goers.
ANKARA - Turkish Statistical Institute to reveal house sales statistics for July.
ANKARA - Treasury and Finance Ministry to share Turkish central government’s July budget balance table.
TOKYO - Japan to reveal GDP figures for second quarter.
AUCKLAND, New Zealand - Spain to face Sweden in 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup semifinals
Overloading responsibilities becomes ‘new normal’ of global world: Expert
By Merve Berker
As people are undertaking more and more responsibilities to keep up with the pace of everyday life, perfectionism and multitasking have become the “new normal” of the global world though it is much healthier for people not trying to be the best but to chase what is best for them, Turkish psychologist said.
Two years of Taliban rule: Where does Afghanistan stand?
By Riyaz ul Khaliq
ISTANBUL (AA) – Aug. 15 marks two years since the Taliban returned to power in Afghanistan, with the country and its people facing a myriad of challenges.
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