The main topics Anadolu Agency’s English News Desk will cover on Monday, June 15, 2015
ANKARA – Here are the main stories that Anadolu Agency’s English News Desk will cover on Monday, June 15, 2015:
ANKARA – Prime Minister Davutoglu to preside over Council of Ministers meeting
By Andrew Jay Rosenbaum
IMF: Still time for Greece to make a bailout deal
ANKARA – There is still time to work out a compromise that could save the Greek bailout, International Monetary Fund Chief Economist Olivier Blanchard says.
The International Energy Agency will unveil their “Energy and Climate Change” report in London with a press meeting.
GENEVA – Yemen talks will kick off at the U.N. office in Geneva. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon will meet with Yemeni parties and G16 countries’ representatives.
ATHENS – U.N. Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Cyprus Espen Barth Eide will visit Athens and hold a meeting with Greek FM Nikolaos Kotzias.
BRUSSELS – European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will meet with President of Burkina Faso Michel Kafando and former Finnish Prime Minister Paavo Tapio Lipponen in two separate meetings.
RIGA – EU justice ministers to convene
MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA
Analysis: Israel closes probe into killing of four children on Gaza beach
By Anees Barghouthy
RAMALLAH, Palestine – Palestinian law experts and human rights activists speak to Anadolu Agency about Israel’s closure of an investigation involving four children who were killed by the Israeli army on Gaza’s beach in 2014.
Satanism on the rise in Zimbabwean schools
By John Cassim
HARARE, Zimbabwe – Zimbabwean parents are concerned that cases of Satanism are on the rise, especially in boarding schools where children are away from home for long periods of time.
SEOUL – North Korean soldier crosses border to South Korea, reportedly expressing will to defect
SEOUL – MERS death toll reaches 16, with total number of cases rising to 150
MELBOURNE – Foreign Minister Julie Bishop responds to allegations that Australian officials paid people smugglers to turn back migrant boat by saying Indonesia must “enforce sovereignty over its borders”.
PHNOM PENH – Government criticizes Human Rights Watch for linking deceased ruling party president Chea Sim to Khmer Rouge abuses, warning group’s Asia director could be barred from entering Cambodia.