Here's a look at stories The Associated Press plans to cover in Europe on Monday, Nov. 2. Questions about coverage plans can be directed to the Europe Desk at email@example.com.
EGYPT-RUSSIAN PLANE CRASH -- A Russian cargo plane brings the first bodies of Russian victims killed in a plane crash in Egypt home to St. Petersburg, a city awash in grief for its missing residents. By Dmitry Lovetsky. SENT: 600 words, photo, video.
EGYPT-RUSSIAN PLANE CRASH-- THE LATEST.
EUROPE-MIGRANTS-CHALLENGES -- Confronted by its biggest refugee emergency in over half a century, the European Union is struggling to staunch the flow of hundreds of thousands of people arriving through the Balkans. But far from being insurmountable, many of the EU's challenges are self-inflicted: Ambitions exceed capabilities, promises are broken. On the ground, there is chaos, willful obstruction or just plain incompetence. By Lorne Cook. UPCOMING: 750 words by 1000 GMT.
CHINA-FRANCE -- French President Francois Hollande is on a state visit to China, hoping to boost climate change talks. On Monday, Hollande visits Chongqing in southwest China, where he'll see examples of the country's efforts toward more environmentally friendly technologies, then head to Beijing to meet with the Chinese president. UPCOMING: 300 words by 1200 GMT.
TURKEY-ELECTION -- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is hailing a big victory for his ruling party in the country's parliamentary election and demanding that world respect the result. Sent 130 words, expecting 400 words by 1000 GMT.
ROMANIAN NIGHTCLUB FIRE -- Following developments after doctors warn the death toll from Friday's nightclub fire could rise "significantly" because so many of the injured have severe burns.
AZERBAIJAN-ELECTION -- Results expected from Azerbaijan's parliamentary election on Sunday.
BRITAIN EARNS-HSBC -- One of the world's largest's banks, HSBC, reports third quarter earnings. UPCOMING. 650 words by 1100 GMT