Here's a look at stories The Associated Press plans to cover in Europe on Tuesday, March 7. Questions about coverage plans can be directed to the Europe Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HUNGARY-MIGRANTS — Prime Minister Viktor Orban speaks at the swearing-in ceremony for a new group of "border hunter" officers, while lawmakers are expected to approve new rules limiting the rights of asylum seekers. By Pablo Gorondi. UPCOMING: Developing from 0930 GMT speech, photos.
FRANCE-ELECTION — France's conservative Republicans party tries to find a way out of its crisis over corruption allegations eating away at candidate Francois Fillon's chances at the presidency in next month's election. UPCOMING: Developing, photos.
WORLD COURT-UKRAINE-RUSSIA — A second day of hearings is scheduled as Ukraine takes Russia to the International Court of Justice over Moscow's support for separatist rebels and its annexation of Crimea. By Mike Corder. UPCOMING: 300 words by 1200 GMT, more on merits.
BRITAIN-BREXIT — The House of Lords votes on a bill authorizing the start of EU exit talks, bouncing the now-amended legislation back to the House of Commons where it's expected to pass next week. UPCOMING: Developing, photos.
GERMANY-LOOTED ART — Representatives of the heirs of a Jewish newspaper magnate whose art collection was lost under the Nazis announce a new alliance with German public institutions to try and identify the stolen pieces. By Kirsten Grieshaber. UPCOMING: 500 words by 1500 GMT, photos.
SLOVENIA-SOCIAL MEDIA PRESIDENT — Donald Trump may rule Twitter, but he's no match for his Slovenian counterpart on Instagram. A look at the way Slovenia's president has embraced social media. UPCOMING: 500 words by 1200 GMT, photos.
TURKEY-FAILED COUP — Turkey's parliament honors 106 women who were injured while opposing the July 15 coup attempt, ahead of Women's Day on Wednesday. UPCOMING: On merits.
PORTUGAL-FRANCE — Portuguese Finance Minister Mario Centeno holds talks with French counterpart Michel Sapin. UPCOMING: On merits after 0930 GMT remarks.
GENEVA AUTO SHOW-STATION WAGONS — The soccer mom's family car is going upscale. Porsche, Mercedes and BMW are only a few of the brands suping up the family car. By David McHugh and Jamey Keaten. UPCOMING: 600 words by 1600 GMT, photos.
GERMANY-ECONOMY — German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble talks with representatives of the foreign press. UPCOMING: 130 words by 1230 GMT, more on merits.
POLAND-WORLD WAR II MOVIE — A movie based on the story of the director of the Warsaw Zoo and of his wife, who saved Jews from the Holocaust, has its Warsaw premiere. The movie hits theaters March 31. By Monika Scislowska. UPCOMING: 500 words by 1600 GMT, photos.
BRITAIN-AMERICAN DREAM — Whatever happened to the American dream? As the United States navigates a period of political upheaval, a new show at the British Museum features Jasper Johns American flags, Andy Warhol celebrity portraits and other iconic artworks of the late 20th century, when U.S. "wealth, power and cultural influence had never been greater." By Jill Lawless. UPCOMING: 500 words by 1500 GMT, photos.