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JULY 15 2014 SHARED NEWSLETTER-NY MINI

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Psalm 122:6  (AKJV)

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem:
they shall prosper that love thee.

A Focused Hunt for a Victim to Avenge Israelis’ Deaths

By ISABEL KERSHNER

Officials released new details about the killing of a Palestinian youth, saying that three Israeli Jews looked for hours for a victim to avenge the killings of three Israeli teenagers.

Poor Sanitation in India May Afflict Well-Fed Children With Malnutrition

By GARDINER HARRIS

Many children in India are exposed to a bacterial brew from human waste that may make it impossible for food alone to cure their malnutrition.

Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, accused the West of trying to sabotage a reactor being built near Arak.

Iran Outlines Nuclear Deal; Accepts Limit

By DAVID E. SANGER

Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, said Iran could accept a freeze on its capacity to produce nuclear fuel at current levels for several years, provided it could eventually produce fuel unhindered.

Our Bees, Ourselves

By MARK WINSTON

The demise of honeybees should alert us that our own well-being might be similarly threatened.

World
A man inspected what was left of an apartment building in Gaza City on Monday evening after it was struck by Israeli bombs.

Egypt Presents Proposal to Israel and Hamas for a Cease-Fire in Air Attacks

By ISABEL KERSHNER

Secretary of State John Kerry was expected in Cairo on Tuesday to help advance the Egyptian truce proposal.

The presidential candidates, Abdullah Abdullah, right, and Ashraf Ghani, after a pact was announced, as John Kerry looked on.

Anxious Moments for an Afghanistan on the Brink

By CARLOTTA GALL and MATTHEW ROSENBERG

The aftermath of the presidential runoff included as tumultuous a six-day stretch for Afghanistan as any since the American invasion in 2001.

The church's General Synod voted to allow women to be priests in 1992, and ordinations began two years later.

Church of England Votes to Accept Women as Bishops

By STEPHEN CASTLE

The vote by the church’s decision-making body overturns centuries of tradition and overcomes a dispute that had undermined the unity of Anglicans.

For more world news, go to NYTimes.com/World »

U.S.
Senator John Cornyn, Republican of Texas, in June. His proposed joint legislation would allow children from Central American countries to opt to be voluntarily sent home, as migrant children from Mexico and Canada can currently choose.

Lawmakers From Texas Will Offer Border Bill

By ASHLEY PARKER

Senator John Cornyn, a Republican, and Representative Henry Cuellar, a Democrat, say they plan to introduce a bipartisan bill on Tuesday intended to combat the humanitarian crisis at the nation’s southern border.

Study Discounts Testosterone Therapy for Early Prostate Cancer

By ANAHAD O’CONNOR

A large new analysis has concluded that therapy to suppress the production of testosterone does not extend the lives of early-stage patients.

Tamarisk beetles were released in Colorado about a decade ago and have now moved to Arizona, where officials hope they will stop the spread of the tamarisk tree. The tree consumes considerable water.

Arizona Enlists a Beetle in Its Campaign for Water

By KEN BELSON

Officials have used bulldozers, chain saws and now beetles to get rid of the tamarisk, a tree that consumes a lot of water, but some scientists say it may not help.

For more U.S. news, go to NYTimes.com/US »
Politics
Myriam Deschamps, Mark Thomas Moseley and William David Moseley, their 3-week-old son. The family is part of a study in Durham, N.C., to measure the effects of nurses' home visits on the health of infants.

The Upshot

The Quiet Movement to Make Government Fail Less Often

By DAVID LEONHARDT

Americans don’t trust government. Armed with data, a new generation of policy makers is trying to remedy that.

Abortion Clinic Protections Proposed in Massachusetts

By JESS BIDGOOD

Lawmakers expressed support for a bill that they say would address safety concerns that arose when the U.S. Supreme Court struck down buffer zones for demonstrators at abortion clinics.

President Obama, Secretary of State John Kerry and others at a dinner hosted by President François Hollande in Paris in June.

White House Memo

At Dinner Tables, a Restless Obama Finds an Intellectual Escape

By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS

President Obama is having increasingly frequent late-night dinners, here and abroad, with companions from fields like architecture, film, art and literature.

U.S. Drug Firms Seek Inversion Deals to Evade Taxes

By DAVID GELLES and CHAD BRAY

AbbVie has succeeded in winning tentative approval to buy the Irish drug maker Shire, and Mylan Laboratories said it would acquire the international generic drug business from Abbot Laboratories.

DealBook

Citi Settles Mortgage Securities Inquiry for $7 Billion

By MICHAEL CORKERY

The deal, announced Monday, will settle a federal investigation into the mortgage securities the bank sold in the run-up to the financial crisis, averting a lawsuit that would have proved costly for both sides.

. Documents  Document: The Citigroup Settlement
Efficiency is seldom the goal for automakers dealing with the current trade rules. Cargo vans are fully assembled in Germany before some of the parts are removed for the trans-Atlantic journey.

Carmakers Are Central Voice in U.S.-Europe Trade Talks

By JACK EWING

Negotiations for a trans-Atlantic trade pact, which have failed to gain momentum for more than a year, resumed on Monday in Brussels.

Yahoo Seeks to Bring the Concert to Your Couch

By BEN SISARIO

The company has a plan to stream 365 live concerts, free, but industry executives are skeptical that consumers will respond with favor.

HowAboutWe lets people look for connections based on first-date ideas.

Bits Blog

Digital Love, Consolidated: IAC Buys HowAboutWe Dating Site

By MIKE ISAAC

IAC’s Match Group has acquired HowAboutWe, a Brooklyn-based dating site, adding to its already large portfolio.

Secret is also introducing

Bits Blog

Secret Reaches Beyond Tech Set, and Raises $25 Million

By JENNA WORTHAM

The app that lets people post messages anonymously will now let users find friends by using their Facebook credentials.

Sports
Qatari players from Qatar's under-16 national soccer team warming up at the Aspire Academy in Doha. Qatar is the host country for the 2022 World Cup.

Seeding the Field

Seeking Soccer Respect, Qatar Looked Abroad

By STEVE EDER, SAM BORDEN, CHRISTOPHER HARRESS and JACK WILLIAMS

The gulf nation began an ambitious program to identify and train talented boys from Africa as it sought to build its credibility as host of the 2022 World Cup.

After a largely successful World Cup, Sepp Blatter, FIFA's president, must face criticism regarding player safety, match-fixing allegations and possible corruption in the bidding process for future Cups.

On Soccer

Ugly Reality Intrudes On World Cup’s Glow

By SAM BORDEN

The 2014 World Cup was a runaway success, but significant issues like match fixing, player safety and the Cup bidding process need to be confronted.

Glenn Burke played four seasons in the major leagues and was with the Dodgers during their run to the World Series in 1977.

Posthumous Re

cognition

By JOHN BRANCH

The league has invited Burke’s family to Tuesday’s All-Star Game in Minneapolis – its first official recognition of his early role in a movement gaining traction across the sports landscape.

Credit:  NYtimes.com

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