UPCOMING IN EUROPE ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 04, 2013

BRITAIN-PHONE HACKING

LONDON — The prosecution continues opening arguments in the phone-hacking trial of former News of the World editors Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, and six others. UPCOMING; 130 words by 1400GMT; 600 words by 1800GMT.

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RUSSIA-NATIONALISTS

MOSCOW — Ethnic Russian nationalists to hold their annual holiday march to demand tighter controls over migration from Central Asia and the Caucasus. This year's march follows street disturbances in a southern Moscow neighborhood targeting migrant workers. UPCOMING: 130 words by 1000GMT. Photos.

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BRITAIN-JONATHAN RHYS MEYERS

LONDON — Sexy monsters are a bit of a specialty for Jonathan Rhys Meyers. In "The Tudors," the Irish actor made King Henry VIII a supremely attractive despot who dispatched wives and enemies while strutting, sulking and seducing his way through 16th-century England. Rhys Meyers is back in NBC's new series "Dracula," with a starring role as the world's most famous vampire. By Jill Lawless. UPCOMING: 800 words.

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BRITAIN-SAMUEL JOHNSON PRIZE

LONDON — A biography of Margaret Thatcher, a journey through Roman Britain and a study of bees are among contenders for Britain's leading nonfiction book award, the Samuel Johnson Prize. UPCOMING: 130 words at 2145GMT

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