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NYT | Asia Morning Today's Headlines February 13, 2014: Emerging Markets in Asia in a Delicate Limbo.

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NYT Apps | Today's Headlines Thursday, February 13, 2014 Top News Emerging Markets in Asia in a Delicate Limbo By KEITH BRADSHER The global currency crisis has forced markets to confront weak commodity exports before strong domestic demand can help them recover their balance. Bank of England Moves Away From Unemployment Trigger By STEPHEN CASTLE and JULIA WERDIGIER The central bank's governor said decisions on a rate increase would now be linked to a range of factors, and monetary tightening was some way off. After G.O.P. Leaders Step In, Senate Votes to Raise Debt Ceiling By ASHLEY PARKER Senate Republican leaders rescued a measure to raise the nation's borrowing limit, overcoming a threatened filibuster to clear the way for final approval. For more top news, go to  INYT.com Editors' Picks OPINION  |   OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR Czar Vladimir's Illusions By MIKHEIL SAAKASHVILI While the Kremlin squanders R

NYT | Asia Morning Today's Headlines February 11, 2014: Today's Editorials OP-ED Columnist: Writing Off the Unemployed by Paul Krugman

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NYT Apps | Today's Headlines Tuesday, February 11, 2014 Top News Swiss Immigration Vote Raises Alarm Across Europe By MELISSA EDDY and STEPHEN CASTLE Some leaders said a referendum limiting the number of foreigners allowed to live and work in Switzerland is a retreat from European integration.   Swiss Voters Narrowly Approve Curbs on Immigration Bosnians Furious With Politicians Shut Down Central Sarajevo By ALISON SMALE Antigovernment protests build and spread to other cities as demonstrators vented anger, urging those in authority to "resign today!" British Politicians Blame One Another for Unexpected Flooding By KATRIN BENNHOLD Thousands of houses have been damaged by severe flooding while members of Parliament and the emergency response agency pass blame back and forth. For more top news, go to  INYT.com Editors' Picks OPINION  |   EDITORIAL A More Useful Germany By THE EDITORIAL BOARD A healthy