Press agenda on March 31

Main topics World Bulletin'’s English Desk plans to cover Friday, March 31, 2017

Press agenda on March 31

World Bulletin / News Desk

TURKEY

KARS/AGRI - Prime Minister Binali Yildirim to address constitutional referendum rallies in Kars, Agri provinces.

BURDUR/ISPARTA - Opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu to attend meetings of tradesmen, local administrators, NGO representatives.

ANKARA - Turkish Statistical Institute to announce foreign trade figures for February, 2016 growth rate.

 

BELGIUM

BRUSSELS - Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu to attend NATO Foreign Ministers' Summit.

 

UNITED KINGDOM

LONDON - Defense Secretary Michael Fallon will meet U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis.

BELFAST - Budget deadline to expire without agreement on new power-sharing administration.

 

SWITZERLAND

GENEVA - Peace talks on Syria to conclude.

 

BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA

SARAJEVO - Sentencing of two former Bosnian Serb generals over 1995 Srebrenica massacre expected.

 

SERBIA

SPECIAL REPORT: Serbia prepares for presidential election

By Talha Ozturk

BELGRADE, Serbia (AA) - Serbian voters will head to the polls on Sunday in a presidential election which will shape the country for the next four years.

 

SOMALIA

SPECIAL REPORT: Drought-hit Somalia reels under drop in US remittances

By Mohammed Dhaysane and Hassan Islow

MOGADISHU, Somalia (AA) - Every dollar sent as remittances counts in Somalia. But ever since the Donald Trump-led administration imposed tough new measures on the Horn of Africa country, Somalis have been complaining it is becoming increasingly cumbersome to send money back home.

 

SOUTH SUDAN

SPECIAL REPORT: Huge hike in permit fees risks aid disaster

By Parach Mach

JUBA, South Sudan (AA) - The UN has warned that a huge hike in aid workers’ fees imposed by the South Sudanese government will put the lives of millions of people at risk.

 

GAMBIA

SPECIAL REPORT: Gambian exiles find home but no jobs

By Mustapha K. Darboe

BANJUL, Gambia (AA) - While Gambians celebrate two months following the fall of dictator Yahya Jammeh, the tiny population still bears the scars of the strongman’s rule.

 

 

 

 

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