Morning roundup

Top Stories: Obama At G-20 Summit; New Egyptian Violence

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Even Their Seats Are To Be Separated When Putin And Obama Meet.

— Egyptian Official Survives Attack As 'Remarkable Calm' Broken.

And here are more early headlines:

Ohio Prison Officials To Investigate Cleveland Rapist's Suicide. (Columbus Dispatch)

Tropical Storm Gabrielle Forms South Of Puerto Rico. (National Hurricane Center)

Yosemite Fire Not Cause By Illegal Pot Farm. (San Jose Mercury News)

Decaying Infrastructure May Be Behind Venezuela's Huge Blackout. (BBC)

Chilean Judges Apologize For Ignoring Human Rights Under Pinochet. (The Telegraph)

Atheist Family Asks Massachusetts Court To Ban Pledge Of Allegiance. (Worcester Telegram)

Parking Made Easy With A Folding Car. (Reuters)

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