Morning roundup

Top Stories: Mideast Conflict Update; Pakistan Clears Girl Of Blasphemy

Good morning, here are our early stories:

Conflict In Gaza: Latest News.

Christian Girl Accused Of Blasphemy Cleared By Pakistani Court.

Britain Recognizes Syrian Opposition.

And here are more early headlines:

Four California Men Charged With Plotting To Join Al Qaida, Kill Americans. (KTLA)

Congo Rebels Grab Control Of Eastern Provincial Capital, Thousands Flee. (Bloomberg)

Britain Charges Former Murdoch Officials With Bribery. (Guardian)

Islamists Oppose New Syrian Rebel Coalition, Declare Islamic Syrian State. (Toronto Star)

France's Credit Rating Cut, Officials Vow Fiscal Reform. (Reuters)

Florida GOP Rep. Allen West Concedes Race To Democrat Patrick Murphy. (Palm Beach Post)

Former UBS Trader Convicted Of Fraud After Losing $2 Billion In Bad Bets. (BBC)

After Sandy, Jersey Loses 30-40 Feet Of Beaches, Some Lose More. (AP)

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