Morning roundup

Top Stories: Egypt Strikes At Militants; More Details Coming On Sikh Shooting

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Flooding In Philippines Forces 400,000 To Evacuate; 16 Deaths Reported.

Situation In Sinai Is 'Extremely Dangerous' As Egypt Moves Against Militants.

Other news:

— "FBI To Release New Details About Sikh Temple Massacre." (WTMJ News Radio in Milwaukee)

— "Presidential Campaign Gets Even Dirtier." (

— "Boris Johnson And Labour MPs Come To Defense Of Standard Chartered." (The Financial Times)

— "Loughner Plea Brings Victims Closure, But Hearts Still Wounded." (The Arizona Republic)

— Wednesday's Big Events At The London Games Include Gold Medal Match In Women's Beach Volleyball. (The Torch)



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