Here's a look at stories The Associated Press plans to cover in Europe on Tuesday, March 21. Questions about coverage plans can be directed to the Europe Desk at email@example.com.
BELGIUM-ATTACKS-VICTIMS — A year after the suicide bombings at the Brussels airport and subway that killed 32 people and wounded more than 300, some 900 people count themselves as victims. Beyond the trauma, many face bewildering administrative battles, let down by a government that has taken too long to act. For most, this first anniversary is yet another test. By Lorne Cook. UPCOMING: 1,000 words, photos by 1200 GMT.
FRANCE-ELECTION-MACRON — French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron forms an inseparable team with his wife Brigitte — his former high school theater teacher, 24 years his senior, who is breaking with French tradition and fierily campaigning by his side. The 39-year-old centrist maverick is increasingly considered as the front-runner in France's two-round April 23-May 7 election. By Sylvie Corbet. UPCOMING: 700 words, photos by 1100 GMT.
NETHERLANDS-VAN GOGH — Two paintings by Vincent van Gogh return to the Amsterdam museum they were stolen from in a nighttime heist 15 years ago. By Mike Corder. UPCOMING: 300 words by 1300 GMT. AP Photos planned.
GERMANY-BURKINA FASO — German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets President Roch Marc Kabore of Burkina Faso. UPCOMING: on merits from 1130 GMT news conference.
MACEDONIA-POLITICAL CRISIS — EU Enlargement Commissioner Johanes Hahn visits Macedonia in another effort to help break the deadlock in the political crisis which has left the winner of last December's elections unable to form a government. UPCOMING: Text, photos.
GERMANY-EARNS-BMW — Automaker BMW reports fourth-quarter, full year earnings at its annual news conference in Munich. By David McHugh.