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MONDAY, July 30:
Bosnia-Herzegovina: The Bosniak member of Bosnia-Herzegovina's tripartite Presidency, Bakir Izetbegovic, visits Turkey (to August 1).
Russia: Trial of feminist Russian punk band Pussy Riot begins in Moscow.
Ukraine: The official parliamentary election campaign in Ukraine starts -- 90 days before election day.
U.S.: U.S. Secretary Hillary Clinton to deliver remarks on the 2011 State of International Religious Freedom report in Washington.
TUESDAY, July 31:
Azerbaijan/France: Azerbaijani and French foreign ministers meet in Paris.
Ukraine: Trial of jailed former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko resumes in Kharkiv.
U.S./Iran: Washington Institute hosts a discussion titled "The Twilight War: The Secret History of America's Thirty-Year Conflict with Iran" in Washington.
U.S.: The 100th anniversary of the birth of Milton Friedman, influential American economist and winner of the 1976 Nobel Prize for Economics.
U.S.: The Department of State releases its annual Country Reports on Terrorism.
WEDNESDAY, August 1:
Kazakhstan: Launch of the Progress M-16M cargo craft is scheduled at Baikonur.
Ukraine/Tajikistan: The days of Ukrainian culture to be held in Tajikistan (to August 8).
U.S./Ukraine: Carnegie Endowment hosts a discussion titled "A Closer Look at Ukraine's Foreign Policy" in Washington.
World: CSIS hosts a discussion titled "AIDS 2012: What Happened and What's Next?" in Washington.
World: International Locarno Film Festival opens (to August 11).
THURSDAY, August 2:
Russia/UK: Russian President Vladimir Putin attends the 2012 London Olympics and meets British Prime Minister David Cameron.
SUNDAY, August 5:
Croatia: Victory and Homeland Thanksgiving Day in Croatia.
Russia/India: Annual Russian-Indian joint counterterrorism military exercises to begin in Buryatia.