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Top Stories: Crisis In Egypt; Trial Set For Pistorius

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Attacks, Reprisals And Church Burnings As Egypt Teeters

Reports: Mubarak Might Be Freed While Awaiting New Trial

'U.K. Puppets' Detained His Partner, NSA Leak Reporter Says

Has Voyager 1 Left The Solar System?

Book News: John Hollander, Master Of Poetic Forms, Dies At 83

Other stories making news:

— "Oscar Pistorius Indicted On Murder Charge," Trial Set For March 3. (The Associated Press)

— In India, "35 Dead As Speeding Train Runs Over Pilgrims ... Mob Attacks Driver." (The Hindustan Times)

— "U.N. Mission In Syria To Investigate Use Of Chemical Weapons." (Global Post)

— Effort Launches To Recall San Diego Mayor. (KPBS)

— Fire Managers In Idaho Believe Huge Beaver Creek Fire Is Now "Manageable." (Boise State Public Radio)

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