Morning roundup

Top Stories: Cyprus Banks Reopen; Pistorius Permitted To Travel

Good morning, here are our early stories:

Banks In Cyprus Reopen As Island's Economy Hits Reboot.

Judge Rules Pistorius Can Leave South Africa.

And here are more early headlines:

U.S. Stealth Bombers Take Practice Run Over South Korea. (New York Times)

Nelson Mandela Readmitted To Hospital With Lung Infection. (Mail & Guardian)

Fighting Escalating In Syrian Capital. (Lebanon Daily Star)

Judge In Corruption Case Against Former French President Gets Death Threat. (BBC)

Boston Mayor Menino Not Expected To Seek Re-election, Has Health Problems. (Boston Globe)

Report: Pentagon Civilian Workers May Take Fewer Furlough Days Than First Thought. (Reuters)

N.J. Powerball Winner Owes $29,000 In Child Support. (The Record of New Jersey)

Chicago Bulls End Miami Heat's 27-Game Winning Streak. (Sporting News)

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