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Nov 24, 2012

NYT | Global Update | Top news -November 24, 2012-. :: Egyptian Judges Challenge Morsi Over New Power

The New York Times International Herald Tribune
November 24, 2012
Compiled 21:45 GMT

Global Update



TOP NEWS

Egyptian Judges Challenge Morsi Over New Power

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
Judges on Saturday called for President Mohamed Morsi to alter his decree so that he would not be able to assert authority without judicial review.

Hamas Claim Of Progress Complicates Talk of Truce

By JODI RUDOREN
Confusion continued over the status of cease-fire talks as the Hamas prime minister announced progress regarding restrictions on movements of fishermen and farmers in the border area.
News Analysis

On This, 2 Sides Agree: Fighting Hardened Positions

By JODI RUDOREN and ISABEL KERSHNER
Hopes of reviving a long-moribund peace process, already dim, have grown dimmer as neither side sees any strategic advantage in engagement or moderation.
Sports

Video: Kite With the Wind

In Martha's Vineyard, the professional kiteboarder Rob Douglas trains to defend his title as the fastest human under sail.
Opinion

Latitude

The Plight of Pakistan's Shiites

By HUMA YUSUF
Anti-Shiite violence in Pakistan is on the rise, thanks to the government's half-hearted efforts to tackle sectarian militants.
WORLD

A Fragile Cease-Fire Achieved by Leaving Thorny Issues Unresolved

By MICHAEL R. GORDON
The cease-fire announced Wednesday was achieved by deferring some of the toughest issues, including the pace and conditions under which Gaza's border crossings might be opened.

Swallowing Rain Forest, Cities Surge in Amazon

By SIMON ROMERO
The torrid expansion of rain forest cities is alarming scientists, as an array of new industrial projects transforms the Amazon into Brazil's fastest-growing region.

Cellphones Reshape Prostitution in India, and Complicate Efforts to Prevent AIDS

By GARDINER HARRIS
One result of the spread of cellphones in India is that more prostitutes have become independent of brothels, a development that has made AIDS prevention harder.
BUSINESS

Nintendo Confronts a Changed Video Game World

By NICK WINGFIELD
Nintendo recently posted a loss as inexpensive, downloadable games for smartphones and tablets have challenged its turf. It is now counterattacking with the Wii U console.

Hatching Ideas, and Companies, by the Dozens at M.I.T.

By HANNAH SELIGSON
Dr. Robert Langer's lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is on the front lines of turning discoveries into a range of drugs and drug delivery systems.

New Zealand Wants a Hollywood Put on Its Map

By MICHAEL CIEPLY and BROOKS BARNES
The government of Prime Minister John Key has linked its fortunes to some of Hollywood's biggest pictures, creating a grand experiment in the fusion of film and government.
TECHNOLOGY

Looking to Industry for the Next Digital Disruption

By STEVE LOHR
General Electric is betting that Internet-era technology is ready to sweep through the industrial economy, much as the consumer Internet has transformed media.

Kramer.com vs. Kramer.com

By PAMELA PAUL
Technology has enabled divorced parents to communicate with each other without the face time.
App City

Having a Beer With a Smartphone

By JOSHUA BRUSTEIN
The increasing accessibility of craft ales and lagers has been accompanied by the creation of dozens of related apps, which can help you discover good beer and where to get it.
SPORTS

Canada's Big Game Goes Beyond Super

By GERALD NARCISO
The Toronto Argonauts host the Calgary Stampeders on Sunday in the 100th Grey Cup, which, among Canadians, is considered almost as significant as all the wars the country has fought in.
Soccer Roundup

Manchester United Overcomes Queens Park

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Manchester United erased a one-goal deficit Saturday and defeated visiting Queens Park Rangers, 3-1, in England's Premier League.

Kiteboarder Chases a Speed Title That He Lost to a Rocket-Shaped Boat

By ERIK OLSEN
The kiteboarder Rob Douglas will begin his quest to reclaim the world speed record in sailing next week in Salin-de-Giraud, France.
U.S. NEWS

California Cove Blessed With Nature's Beauty Reels From Its Stench

By IAN LOVETT
In La Jolla Cove, art galleries and coffee shops meet a stretch of unspoiled cliffs and Pacific Ocean, but the smell that emanates from bird feces on the rocks has become a growing problem.

States Want to Have Say During Talks Over Budget

By MICHAEL COOPER
Governors say they fear that talks to avert the so-called fiscal cliff will actually lead to deep cuts.

A Family Business in Disarray

By MONICA DAVEY
The Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr., who has spent his life mediating crises, has no ready remedy for his namesake son, who resigned from Congress on Wednesday.
OPINION
Op-Ed Contributor

Time to Impose a Plan

By YONATAN TOUVAL
The next step in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict should be for the U.N. Security Council to spell out a two-state solution.
Op-Ed Contributor

Solution Without Resolution

By ERAN YASHIV
The solution to the Israeli- Arab conflict is known in all its details. But there's no point in more discussions so long as hard-liners on both sides block it.
Op-Ed Columnist

Why We Love Politics

By DAVID BROOKS
The new movie about Abraham Lincoln is a rare celebration of the paradoxical nobility of politics, its high vision often realized precisely through less-than-noble means.

NYT Today's Headlines -November 24, 2012-.: Clashes Break Out After Morsi Seizes New Power in Egypt

The New York Times
November 24, 2012

Today's Headlines






TOP NEWS

Clashes Break Out After Morsi Seizes New Power in Egypt

By KAREEM FAHIM and DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
Thousands of protesters chanted for the downfall of President Mohamed Morsi's government in Cairo, while others ransacked the offices of the president's former party in other cities.

Tension and Confusion Linger in Gaza Strip After Cease-Fire

By JODI RUDOREN and ISABEL KERSHNER
The fatal shooting of a Palestinian man did not fracture the cease-fire that ended eight days of fighting between Hamas and Israel. But it did showcase the confusion that remains over the deal.

Learning Curve: No Longer Just a Human Trait

By JOHN MARKOFF
Scientists are reporting advances in deep learning, an artificial intelligence technology that can recognize patterns.
QUOTATION OF THE DAY
"God's will and elections made me the captain of this ship."
MOHAMED MORSI, the president of Egypt, in response to protests over his seizure of unchecked authority.

Sports

Video: Kite With the Wind

In Martha's Vineyard, the professional kiteboarder Rob Douglas trains to defend his title as the fastest human under sail.
Opinion
Op-Art

For Sale

Barbara Kruger illustrates her impression of the shopping season with a few choice words.
POLITICS
Washington Memo

Adjusting Expectations for Obama's 2nd Inaugural

By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG
While the 2009 inauguration attracted an estimated 1.8 million people to Washington, there is not as much excitement surrounding the event this time.
FiveThirtyEight

Pennsylvania Could Be a Path Forward for G.O.P.

By NATE SILVER
Pennsylvania has been getting closer to the electoral tipping point, and it represents a plausible path forward for Republicans in 2016.

On a Largely Blue Island, an Exception: Trump Tower

By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM
A precinct-by-precinct examination of how New Yorkers voted showed Mitt Romney suffered a resounding defeat in the city and won only one precinct outright in Manhattan.
BUSINESS

New Zealand Wants a Hollywood Put on Its Map

By MICHAEL CIEPLY and BROOKS BARNES
The government of Prime Minister John Key has linked its fortunes to some of Hollywood's biggest pictures, creating a grand experiment in the fusion of film and government.

Rising Consumer Optimism Fuels an Annual Spree

By CATHERINE RAMPELL
Bargain hunters shopped in larger groups and made longer outings Thursday night and Friday at department and discount stores, with analysts predicting strong sales.

30 Years After Chia Pets, Seeds Hit Food Aisles

By STEPHANIE STROM
With Chia Pets, a mix of seeds and water in an animal-shaped figurine could sprout a plant resembling green hair. Now, chia is becoming a nutritional "it" item.
EDITORIALS
Editorial | The Second Term

Promises on Gun Control

President Obama now has the freedom to take on the issue that politicians shun.
Editorial

The Paperwork Mountain at Veterans Affairs

As backlogs for disability compensation and pensions persist, the Department of Veterans Affairs struggles to catch up with its promises.
Editorial

Albany, Not Another 2009

If a bidding war erupts in January between the two parties for the affections of the wavering members, the public will be the loser.
ON THIS DAY
On Nov. 24, 1963, Jack Ruby shot and mortally wounded Lee Harvey Oswald, the accused assassin of President Kennedy.

NYT: ALERT FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS -November 24, 2012-.: A Black Friday Rally




Alert Name: FGC BOLSA- FGC FIN
November 24, 2012 Compiled: 12:27 AM

Stocks rallied in a half-day session as technology shares led the way in thin trading.