AFPTV Agenda

LONDON, April 18 2016 (AFP) - We plan to file the following videos on Monday. Please check the daily advisories for any additions and amendments:

+ ASIA-PACIFIC

MANILA: Interview with Philippines VP candidate Bongbong Marcos, son of former leader Ferdinand. 0700 GMT

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA: Johnny Depp appears in court in dog quarantine case. TBA

+ EUROPE

BRUSSELS: Following investigations into Brussels and Paris attacks. TBC

BRUSSELS: French Finance Minister Emmanuel Macron visits. 1800 GMT

BRUSSELS: Meeting of EU Foreign ministers. TBC

MOSCOW: Foreign ministers of Russia, India and China meet. TBC

+ SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

JUBA: Rebel chief Riek Machar to return to capital under peace deal. TBC

PRETORIA: Pre-sentencing hearing for Oscar Pistorius. TBA + LIVE

HARARE: Zimbabwe marks 36th independence anniversary. TBA

NOUAKCHOTT: Appeal trial for young Mauritanian convicted of apostasy. TBC

ABIDJAN: Ivorian leader Alassane Ouattara meets presidents of Benin and Togo. 1500 GMT

+ MIDDLE EAST & NORTH AFRICA

DAMASCUS/ALEPPO: Monitoring conflict in Syria. TBC

BAGHDAD: Monitoring conflict in Iraq. TBC

KUWAIT CITY: Start of UN-brokered Yemen peace talks. TBC + LIVE

SANAA/MARIB/ADEN: Monitoring ceasefire in Yemen. TBC

+ NORTH AMERICA

WASHINGTON, DC: Undocumented immigrants demonstrate outside Supreme Court. 1600 GMT / PKG 0500 GMT

NEW YORK: Candidates campaign ahead of the New York presidential primary. TBA

NEW YORK: Pulitzer prizes announced. LIVE. 2300 GMT

LOS ANGELES: Opening of COLCOA, largest French film festival outside France. TBA

LATIN AMERICA

RIO/SAO PAULO/BRASILIA: Monitoring political situation. TBC

+ SPORT

BERLIN: Laureus World Sports Awards celebrate 2015's greatest sporting achievements. 2330 GMT

+ FEATURES

KANDAHAR, AFGHANISTAN: Malik Abdul Hakim digs graves for suicide bombers and increasingly he's burying the remains of children. 0400 GMT

TSAVO NATIONAL PARK, KENYA: Conservationists track elephants as new railway cuts through park. PKG. 1300GMT

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA: Sand, steep hills and speed - sand boarding a perfect escape for young people living in Cape town's roughest areas. 0100 GMT

TIGRAY, ETHIOPIA: Amid drought, Ethiopia drills water for the future. TBC

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