ANKARA (AA) – Here are the main topics Anadolu Agency’s English Desk plans to cover on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018 (coverage may change depending on developing/breaking stories):
ANKARA – President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to separately receive new Georgian Ambassador to Turkey George Janjgava and Spanish Ambassador to Turkey Juan Gonzalez Barba presenting their letters of credentials at the presidential complex.
ANKARA – Erdogan also to attend 43rd mukhtars meeting at presidential complex.
ANKARA – Erdogan also to meet Devlet Bahceli, leader of opposition Nationalist Movement Party (MHP).
ANKARA – Following local and international developments in case of killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
ANKARA – TurkStat to release housing figures for October.
ANKARA – 17th Independent Industrialists’ and Businessmen’s Association (MUSIAD) EXPO to start in Istanbul.
ANKARA – Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) to release development assistance report for 2017.
BAKU – Turkish Chief of General Staff Gen. Yasar Guler to hold trilateral meeting with Azerbaijani Defense Minister Col. Gen. Zakir Hasanov and Georgian Armed Forces Chief of General Staff Maj. Gen. Vladimer Chachibaia.
LONDON – Prime Minister Theresa May to take questions at House of Commons amid continued uncertainty over Brexit.
BRUSSELS – British Prime Minister Theresa May to meet European Council President Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels ahead of weekend Brexit summit.
BERLIN – Chancellor Angela Merkel to address parliament on country's new budget for 2019 fiscal year.
ALEPPO / IDLIB – Monitoring developments in Syrian civil war.
ISTANBUL – Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Round 8 matches to continue.
Thinker: Palestinian people restored ‘balance of power’
By Ali Abo Rezeg
ISTANBUL – The resilience and steadfastness of the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip, West Bank and Jerusalem have restored the balance of power between Israel and the Palestinian resistance, according to Munir Shafiq, a Palestinian intellectual.
1 year after Mugabe's ouster, Zimbabweans await change
By Hassan Isilow and John Cassim
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa / HARARE, Zimbabwe – It has been a year since longtime Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe was forced to end his 37-year rule, following pressure from the military, protesters, and looming impeachment in parliament.