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Aug 11, 2013

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Compiled: August 11, 2013 09:37:25 PM

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Milton Friedman, Unperson
The curious case of a disappearing icon.

NYT | Gobal Update August 11, 2013: Israeli Housing Plan Adds to Tensions Ahead of Talks

August 11, 2013
Compiled 20:45 GMT

Global Update



TOP NEWS

Israeli Housing Plan Adds to Tensions Ahead of Talks

By ISABEL KERSHNER
A plan to build houses in the settlements intensifies the already charged atmosphere, three days before the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.

Birth of a Palestinian City Is Punctuated by Struggles

By ISABEL KERSHNER
The apartments are said to be selling well in Rawabi, a Palestinian city being constructed from the ground up in the West Bank, but paying for the city itself has not been easy.

Leaker's Father Says He Will Visit Son in Russia

By BRIAN KNOWLTON
Lon Snowden, Edward J. Snowden's father, and the family's lawyer indicated they would encourage a return to the United States, but only if acceptable trial conditions could be negotiated.
Travel

Slide Show: Portraits From Kenya

People and places encountered during a visit to Maasai country in eastern Africa.
Opinion

Opinion

When Doctors Discriminate

By JULIANN GAREY
Are medical professionals biased against the mentally ill?
WORLD

Lawless Sinai Shows Risks Rising in Fractured Egypt

By ROBERT F. WORTH
In the five weeks since Egypt's military ousted the Islamist president, Mohamed Morsi, the endemic violence here has spiraled into something like an insurgency.

For Iraqis, Some Relief Amid Violence: It's Only 108°

By TIM ARANGO
Amid deadly explosions, Iraqis see cooler weather - average highs fell to 109 degrees in July compared with 115 last year - as a small gesture from God.
Melikhovo Journal

At Chekhov's Estate, a Pastoral Literary Shrine Belies a Turbulent Century

By ALISON SMALE
A museum dedicated to the great Russian writer Anton Chekhov is also a reflection of a few determined individuals who toiled to preserve his memory.
BUSINESS

Amid Pipeline Debate, Two Costly Cleanups Forever Change Towns

By DAN FROSCH
As the administration considers approval of the much-debated Keystone XL pipeline, cleanup efforts in two communities portend the potential hazards of transporting heavy Canadian crude.

Nokia Map Project Sheds Light on Belarus's Roads

By KEVIN J. O'BRIEN
The former Soviet republic, a black holes for motorists where reliable map data are held by the authoritarian government, is undergoing a geographic coming out with volunteers' help.
TECHNOLOGY

The Fed, Lawrence Summers, and Money

By LOUISE STORY and ANNIE LOWREY
Among the top contenders to lead the Fed, Lawrence H. Summers has by far the most Wall Street experience and the most personal wealth.
Novelties

Microsatellites: What Big Eyes They Have

By ANNE EISENBERG
By expanding Earth imaging, low-cost satellites could help many businesses keep track of their operations. But frequent updating of those images may also raise privacy questions.
SPORTS

Live Updates: Final Round of the PGA Championship

By LYNN ZINSER
Jim Furyk had a one-stroke lead over Jason Dufner entering the final round at Oak Hill Country Club.

Skillful Shots, and One Pants Pocket, Help a Swede Charge Into Contention

By BILL PENNINGTON
On the 18th hole, Jonas Blixt, a 29-year-old Swede and a Florida State graduate, hit his tee shot into the back pocket of a retired doctor's slacks.
U.S. NEWS

Florida Sit-In Against 'Stand Your Ground'

By LIZETTE ALVAREZ
A group formed after the death of Trayvon Martin remained ensconced in the state's Old Capitol building, demanding changes to the Stand Your Ground provision of Florida law.

Autism's Unexpected Link to Cancer Gene

By GINA KOLATA
As surprised researchers have discovered, some people with autism have mutated cancer or tumor genes that apparently caused their brain disorder.
OPINION
Op-Ed Columnist

Help Thy Neighbor and Go Straight to Prison

By NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF
Some old shotgun shells got a Tennessee man a 15-year sentence. Was it justice served or justice run amok?
Op-Ed Columnist

Madam President

By MAUREEN DOWD
President Obama passes the torch, but not to his vice president.
Opinion

Marx's Lesson for the Muslim Brothers

By SHERI BERMAN
Lessons for Egypt from the French Revolution of 1848.