Morning roundup

Top Stories: Clashes In Egypt; Attack In Nigeria

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

After Deadly Clashes, A Tense Cairo Braces For More Violence.

If Snowden Tries To Get To Latin America, Cuba Could Be Key.

Other top stories:

— " 'Dozens Dead' In School Attack In Nigeria's Yobe State." (BBC News)

— "Man Found With Firebombs Had Maps To 3 Seattle Colleges." (The Seattle Times)

— At George Zimmerman's Trial, Mothers Of Victim, Shooter Disagree About Whose Voice Is On Recording. (The Orlando Sentinel)

— "It's H-Town For Howard." Houston Rockets Land Center Dwight Howard. (Houston Chronicle)

— "Solar Powered Plane On Final Leg Of Flight To NYC." (The Associated Press)



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