Here are the main topics Anadolu's English Desk plans to cover on Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2023
Here are the main topics Anadolu's English Desk plans to cover on Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2023 (coverage may change depending on developing/breaking stories):
BERLIN - German Interior Minister Nancy Faeser to hold news conference on new citizenship bill, which will facilitate naturalization process and enable multiple citizenship for immigrants.
WASHINGTON - First debate among candidates seeking Republican presidential nomination in 2024 to take place. Former President Donald Trump is not taking part.
WASHINGTON - Trump's pre-taped interview with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson to air while first Republican presidential primary debate continues.
NEW YORK - UN Security Council members to meet for briefing followed by consultations on political situation in Syria.
WASHINGTON - Democratic National Committee Chair Jaime Harrison to hold press conference to discuss 2024 Republican presidential primary ahead of first debate.
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to hold press conference. He will later deliver remarks virtually at Third Summit of the International Crimea Platform.
JOHANNESBURG - Following 15th BRICS summit.
KURSK - First phase of monument built to commemorate 80th anniversary of victory in Battle of Kursk to be opened.
KYIV - 3rd Crimean Platform Summit to be held in Ukrainian capital.
BAKU - Monitoring Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev's two-day official visit to Azerbaijan.
KARABAKH - Following statements on ongoing tensions and conflict in Karabakh region.
ISLAMABAD - Monitoring developments after President Arif Alvi said he did not sign two controversial laws.
NEW DELHI - Following expected landing on Moon of India's 3rd mission as country aims to become first to land on lunar south pole.
Polish border issues driven by electoral concerns
By Jo Harper
WARSAW (AA) - Belarus in August began military exercises near its border with Poland and Lithuania, again raising tensions in this corner of Europe. But some believe that Poland's domestic concerns are also driving them.
Bernardo Arevalo: Guatemala’s next president against all odds
By Laura Gamba
BOGOTA, Colombia (AA) – Anti-corruption campaigner Bernardo Arevalo surprised many when he beat conservative candidate Sandra Torres and swept the presidential elections in Guatemala on Sunday.
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