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Top Stories: Afghan Militants Attack Hotel; Egyptians Protest Military Power Move

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Afghan Militants Attack Kabul Hotel, 18 Killed. (AP)

Thousands Jam Cairo Square To Protest Egyptian Military Power Grab. (AlJazeera)

Pakistani Party Nominates New Prime Minister Candidate To Succeed Ousted P.M. (VOA)

Jurors In Sandusky Sex Abuse Trial Resume Deliberating As Two New Accusers Step Forward. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Lawyers For Norwegian Mass Killer Ask Judges To Find Him Sane. (BBC)

Disagreement Over Environmentalism Shadows U.N. Summit In Brazil. (AFP)

Justice Dept. Suing Two Polygamous Towns For Religious Discrimination. (Deseret News)

Today Is Deadline For Cyclist Lance Armstrong To Respond To Doping Allegations. (AP)

Mississippi Daredevil Walks On Wire 32 Stories High Between Buildings. (Mississippi Press)

Miami Heat Defeats Oklahoma City Thunder To Win NBA Championship. (Sports Illustrated)

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