Morning roundup

Top Stories: Attack In Yemen; Lockerbie Bomber To Be Buried

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Dozens Killed By Suicide Bomber In Yemen.

Pakistan Threatens To Overshadow NATO Summit.

Eclipse Of The Sun: Did You Fall Into The Ring Of Fire's Path?

Let's Remember Robin Gibb By Saying It: Bee Gees' Disco Years Were Great.

Other stories in the news:

— "White House Visitor Logs Provide Window Into Lobbying Industry," Lobbyists Are "Regular Presence." (The Washington Post)

— "Lockerbie Bomber To Be Buried, Controversy Lives On." (Agence France Presse)

— "Strauss-Kahn Faces 'Gang Rape' Inquiry." (BBC News)

— "Chen Guangcheng's Family And Friends 'Still At Risk' In China." (The Guardian)

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