DIARY - Middle East to July 9
All times are provisional and in GMT. Other major diaries;WASHINGTON - G24 (Intergovernmental Group of Twenty-Four on International Monetary Affairs and Development) Committee of the Whole. TUESDAY, APRIL 17 JERUSALEM - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu convenes a meeting of his cabinet. MOSCOW - Syrian opposition group visits Russia (to April 18). EILAT, Israel - European Triathlon Championships 2012 (to April 22). WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18 WASHINGTON - G24 (Intergovernmental Group of Twenty-Four) Ninety-ninth Meeting of the Deputies (1300). PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico - B20 & G20 conference on Anti-Corruption (to April 19). THURSDAY, APRIL 19 WASHINGTON - G20 Meeting of Deputy Ministers of Finance (to April 20). PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico - G20 Trade Ministers meeting (to April 20). WASHINGTON - G24 (Intergovernmental Group of Twenty-Four) Eighty-seventh meeting of ministers and governors (2030). DOHA - Aljazeera International Documentary Film Festival (to April 22). FRIDAY, APRIL 20 DOHA - World Investment Forum 2012 (to April 23). Details:SATURDAY, APRIL 21 DOHA - Thirteenth Session of the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD XIII) (to April 26). SUNDAY, APRIL 22 WASHINGTON - G24 (Intergovernmental Group of Twenty-Four)/ AFI Policymakers' Roundtable on Financial Inclusion (1700). WASHINGTON - G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meet to discuss an increase in IMF resources. MONDAY, MAY 7 SYRIA - Parliamentary elections. THURSDAY, MAY 10 MEXICO CITY - G20 Sherpas meeting (to May. 11). SATURDAY, MAY 12 ABU DHABI - AFC Futsal Championship 2012 (to May 22). TUESDAY, MAY 15 PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES - Palestinians mark what Arabs call "Nakba" (catastrophe), the day in 1948 when Israel declared statehood after which some 700,000 Arabs fled or were expelled in the war that ensued. TUESDAY, MAY 22 HERZLIYA, Israel - Fisher Institute for Air and Space Strategic Studies to host Eighth National Security Conference. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 EGYPT - Presidential election (to May 24). THURSDAY, MAY 24 EGYPT - Presidential election (SECOND DAY). SATURDAY, JUNE 2 CAIRO - Verdict expected in trial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, charged with ordering the killing of protesters in the uprising that swept him from power. SUNDAY, JUNE 3 WASHINGTON - 8th annual G8 & G20 Youth Summits (to June 9). MONDAY, JUNE 4 ISTANBUL, Turkey - World Economic Forum on Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia 2012 (to June 6). THURSDAY, JUNE 14 GAZA - Fifth anniversary of Hamas takeover of the Gaza strip from Fatah. SATURDAY, JUNE 16 EGYPT - Presidential run-off vote (to June 17). SUNDAY, JUNE 17 EGYPT - Presidential run-off vote (SECOND DAY). MONDAY, JUNE 18 LOS CABOS, Mexico - G20 Summit (to June 19). THURSDAY, JUNE 21 EGYPT - Final results of Presidential election to be announced. MONDAY, JULY 9 TEHRAN - Anniversary of attack on Tehran University dormitory in 1999. JERUSALEM/RAMALLAH - Palestinians marks 8th anniversary of a World Court ruling that Israel's walls and fences in the West Bank were illegal. ----------------------------------------------------- NOTE: To include items in this diary, please fax or e-mail details to the Gulf newsroom. The listing of events does not necessarily mean Reuters will file a story based on the event. To calculate the local time add 2 hours to get the time in Egypt and Syria, add 3 for Bahrain, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Yemen, add 4 to get time in Oman and the United Arab Emirates, and 4-1/2 to get time in Iran.
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