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  • 10 things to know for Wednesday

  • Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
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  • Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
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    1. EGYPT MOVES ON PROTEST SITES
    With tear gas and armored cars, Egypt dispersed Morsi supporters camped for weeks in Cairo. There was no official confirmation of a death toll.
    2. FIRST MIDEAST PEACE TALKS IN FIVE YEARS
    Israelis and Palestinians were beginning negotiations today hours after Israel released 26 long-held Palestinian prisoners.
    3. AIR FORCE NUCLEAR UNIT FAILS INSPECTION
    It's the second major setback this year for a force charged with the military's most sensitive mission.
    4. TEEN KIDNAP VICTIM IS GLAD CAPTOR IS DEAD
    Hannah Anderson went online barely 48 hours after her rescue and answered questions about captivity and about being a teenager on a social networking site.
    5. GUNMAN, HOSTAGE KILLED AFTER BANK STANDOFF
    Police say a man took three people captive at a Louisiana bank, released one after nine hours then shot the remaining two before police killed him.
    6. WHEN EUROPE'S RECESSION WILL BE OVER
    Now. Official figures out today say the 17 nations that use the euro saw their output grow by 0.3 percent in the second quarter.
    7. SUIT BLOCKS AMERICAN AIRLINES, US AIRWAYS MERGER
    The deal would have left four airlines controlling more than 80 percent of the U.S. air-travel market.
    8. DEADLY EXPLOSION ON INDIAN SUBMARINE
    The Navy says some of the 18 sailors aboard have been killed by the blast that sent a huge fireball into the air and sent sailors jumping into the sea.
    9. ACTRESSES PUSH ANTI-PAPARAZZI LAW
    Halle Berry and Jennifer Garner testified that the constant presence of photographers unfairly expose their children.
    10. WHERE WERE YOU DURING THE '03 BLACKOUT
    An Ohio woman remembers the lights going out on her wedding day. The outage hit 50 million people from Michigan to New England.
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