Tomorrow’s Outlook: 19 September 2013

by admin on September 18, 2013

  • Chile: Fiestas Patrias, second day; Day of the Glories of the (Chilean) Army.
  • Czech Republic: Russian Deputy FM Karasin will meet with Georgian special envoy Abashidze in Prague to discuss Russian-Georgian relations.
  • Egypt: Mohammed ElBaradei will face trial over his resignation as vice president after a deadly crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood.
  • Korean Peninsula: Chuseok, national harvest festival; North Korea will allow contacts between families separated by the Korean War.
  • Libya: Abdullah Senussi, Muammar Gaddafi’s brother-in-law, is due to stand trial along with other key figures from the former regime.
  • Mexico: Anniversary of 8.1 Mexico City earthquake that killed more than 10,000 – 1985.
  • Sudan: Amira Osman Hamed will stand trial for leaving her hair uncovered in defiance of what she calls a “Taliban”-like law.
  • United States: Secretary Kerry will meet with Chinese FM Wang to discuss bilateral issues including North Korea and Syria.
  • Vietnam: Mid-autumn festival.

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