Morning roundup

Top Stories: More Political Turmoil In Egypt; Chinese Media Admits It Was Duped

Good morning - here are our early stories:

In Cairo, Tensions Still High As 'Die-Hards' Continue To Protest.

OK, North Korea's Leader Isn't 'Sexiest Man Alive', Chinese Media Concede.

And here are more headlines:

Powerball Jackpot Worth Half A Billion; Drawing Tonight. (ABC)

3 Bangladeshi Managers Arrested After Factory Fire Kills More Than 100. (CNN)

Twin Car Bombings Kill Dozens In Damascus Suburb. (New York Times)

More European Nations Back Upgraded Palestinian Status At U.N., Britain To Abstain From Vote. (BBC)

Congolese Rebel Group Promises To Withdraw From Eastern Congo. (VOA)

Report Due On British Press; May Criticize Murdoch, Call For Government Oversight. (Bloomberg)

Soldier Suspected Of Giving Documents To Wikileaks May Testify As Early As Today. (Washington Post)

Former Kansas GOP Senator Bob Dole Hospitalized For 'Routine Procedure'. (Politico)

Dancing With The Stars 'All Star' Trophy Goes To Reality Star Melissa Rycroft. (USA Today)



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