Morning roundup

Top Stories: U.S. Mulls Strikes On Terrorists; IKEA's No-Woman Catalog

Good morning, here are our early stories:

Report: U.S. Discussing 'Unilateral Strikes' On Terrorist Groups In Africa.

Women Erased From IKEA's Saudi Catalog; Company Apologizes.

And these are other morning headlines:

French Authorities Drop Rape Charge Against Former IMF Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn. (AFP)

Georgian President Saakashvili Concedes Election Defeat. (New York Times)

Hong Kong Ferry Collision Kills 37 - Six Crew Arrested. (BBC)

Chicago Teachers Union Votes Today On Proposed Contract. (Chicago Tribune)

Pope's Former Butler To Testify In Case Of Papal Document Theft. (AP)

Late Turkish President's Body Exhumed to Investigate Foul Play Rumors. (Reuters)

Bangladesh Arrests Dozens For Violent Attacks On Buddhist Temples, Homes. (Bloomberg)

Thieves Snatch Millions In Gems From California Mining Museum. (Los Angeles Times)

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