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July 6, 2013 NY MINI

Supporters of Mohamed Morsi, the ousted Egyptian president, carried a man shot on Friday in Cairo after troops opened fire.

Mayhem in Cairo as Morsi Backers Fight for Return

By BEN HUBBARD

At least 30 people have died in clashes between those celebrating the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi and those demanding his reinstatement.

. Photographs Photographs: Egyptian Protests Explode Into Violence
. The Lede: Social Media Updates on Clashes in Cairo
Jobs Data Is Strong, but Not Too Strong, Easing Fed Fears

By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ

The economy added 195,000 jobs in June, a pace sufficient to please investors but muted enough to calm worries of an abrupt end to the Federal Reserve’s bond-buying program.

Ahmed Kathrada fought apartheid alongside Nelson Mandela.

THE SATURDAY PROFILE

Where Mandela Kept Hope, Guide Tells Their Shared Saga

By MARCUS MABRY

Ahmed Kathrada, a longtime anti-apartheid activist and fellow inmate of Nelson Mandela, has shown Robben Island to world leaders and celebrities.

. Video  Video: Robben Island
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World
Venezuela Offers Asylum to Snowden

By WILLIAM NEUMAN and DAVID M. HERSZENHORN

President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela announced his decision regarding Edward J. Snowden, the former N.S.A. contractor, after Mr. Snowden was turned down by several countries.

. Résumé Shows Snowden Honed Hacking Skills
Pope John Paul II, who died in 2005, was beatified in 2011.

Pope Propels John Paul II and John XXIII to Sainthood

By RACHEL DONADIO

Pope Francis approved sainthood for two predecessors and also issued his first encyclical, co-written with Benedict XVI.

Tourists playing Wednesday along the shore in Qingdao, which has been hit with a near-record bloom of green, stringy algae the Chinese call

With Surf Like Turf, Huge Algae Bloom Befouls China Coast

By ANDREW JACOBS

Qingdao, one of China’s biggest seaside destinations, has been hit with a near-record algae bloom, leaving its popular beaches covered in a green, sticky muck.

 

U.S.
Rabbi David Wolpe's announcement that he will conduct gay weddings has caused controversy in his congregation.

Gay Marriage Stirs Rebellion at Synagogue

By ADAM NAGOURNEY

David Wolpe of Sinai Temple in Los Angeles says that about half the families in his synagogue, with a heavy Persian population, oppose his new policy.

In the summer of 2000, drought-fueled wildfires devastated the Bitterroot Valley in Montana.

Homes Keep Rising in West Despite Growing Wildfire Threat

By FELICITY BARRINGER

Just as many Easterners resist stepping back from their increasingly flooded coast, Westerners build where they want to build and balk at controls.

Because of cuts to law enforcement in Josephine County, Ore., volunteers like Glenn Woodbury of Citizens Against Crime have taken up patrols.

In Oregon, a Demand for Safety, but Not on Their Dime

By KIRK JOHNSON

Amid budget woes and facing an increase in taxes, Oregon citizens have taken up patrols, adding to the debate over what government is for and how community is to be defined.

. Photographs  Slide Show: Police Cut Back, and Volunteers Try to Fill the Gap
Politics
An Egyptian flag was waved as an army helicopter flew over Tahrir Square on Friday. President Obama's decision to go golfing on Friday angered some Egyptians.

Egypt Crisis Finds Washington Largely Ambivalent and Aloof

By PETER BAKER

A muted White House reaction to the turmoil reflects both mixed feelings about President Mohamed Morsi’s ouster and Egypt’s shrinking role in American policy.

. Video  Video: Egypt’s Leadership Void
. The Lede: Videos Show Shooting of Protester in Egypt
Gov. Rick Perry of Texas celebrated last week's Supreme Court decision.

After Ruling, States Rush to Enact Voting Laws

By MICHAEL COOPER

Experts predict an increase in lawsuits in states that are no longer covered under the Voting Rights Act after the Supreme Court ruling last month.

President Obama discussed climate change and the Keystone XL pipeline in a speech at Georgetown University on June 25.

NEWS ANALYSIS

Obama’s Remarks Offer Hope to Opponents of Oil Pipeline

By JOHN M. BRODER

The president said he would approve the remaining part of the pipeline from Alberta to Gulf Coast refineries only if it would not “significantly exacerbate” the problem of carbon pollution.

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