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SHARED NEWSLETTER – DEBKA
Rocket alert sirens in northern Israel

Just after 20:40 hours Thursday, red alert sirens sounded in the northern Israeli border towns of Kiryat Shemone and Metula and the slopes of Mt Hermon. No word yet on the reason for the alert.

Arab sources: 45 abducted Fijian UN observers released

The 45 FijianUNDOF observers kidnapped by the IslamistNusra Front on the Golan and held hostage since last monthhave been freed, according to Arab sources. This report is not confirmed by any independent source.Turkey backs out of US-led coalition against IS. Germany, UK say no to air campaign
DEBKAfile Special Report
11 Sept. Turkey inflicted a stunning blow Thursday, Sept. 11 to President Barack Obama’s strategy for a broad US-led coalition for tackling and defeating the Islamic State, and the potential 11-member coalition which US Secretary of State John Kerry hoped to establish in Jeddah that day. Shortly after a mention in Obama’s peech Wednesday night, Ankara said its air bases would be unavailable for US-led attacks on “jihadists in Iraq and Syria.” Turkey would also “not take part in combat operations against militants.” This knocked out one of the props from under the Obama plan. Another setback were the German and British refusals to take part in US air campaigns in Syria.

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NY MINI – SHARED NEWSLETTER

Turkey backs out of US-led coalition against IS. Germany, UK say no to air campaign
DEBKAfile Special Report
11 Sept. Turkey inflicted a stunning blow Thursday, Sept. 11 to President Barack Obama’s strategy for a broad US-led coalition for tackling and defeating the Islamic State, and the potential 11-member coalition which US Secretary of State John Kerry hoped to establish in Jeddah that day. Shortly after a mention in Obama’s peech Wednesday night, Ankara said its air bases would be unavailable for US-led attacks on “jihadists in Iraq and Syria.” Turkey would also “not take part in combat operations against militants.” This knocked out one of the props from under the Obama plan. Another setback were the German and British refusals to take part in US air campaigns in Syria.

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Syrian Leaders See Opportunities and Risks in U.S. Striking ISIS on Their Soil

By ANNE BARNARD

Analysts say Syrian officials are unsure who would benefit militarily if the United States launches strikes against ISIS in Syria – government forces, or Syrian insurgents and separatist Kurds.

Matthew Todd Miller on Sunday in Pyongyang. He was sentenced for committing

Matthew Todd Miller Sentenced to 6 Years of Hard Labor in North Korea

By CHOE SANG-HUN

The country’s official news agency offered few details of the one-day trial for Mr. Miller, who was convicted of committing “hostile acts” against the North after reportedly tearing up his tourist visa and demanding asylum.

Lost Homes and Dreams at Tower Israel Leveled

By JODI RUDOREN and FARES AKRAM

Israel’s destruction of a high-rise, felled in a battle against Hamas, killed no one, but 500 people lost not only their homes, but also a sense of their future.

 

U.S.
Gov. Sam Brownback greeted supporters at the Kansas State Fair after his first debate against State Representative Paul Davis.

Conservative Experiment Faces Revolt in Reliably Red Kansas

By JOHN ELIGON

Some of Kansas’ staunchest Republicans have found some of Gov. Sam Brownback’s measures to be too far to the right, and have endorsed Paul Davis, the Democratic candidate.

Defying Unions, Democrat Gina M. Raimondo Vies to Become Rhode Island’s First Female Governor

By KATHARINE Q. SEELYE

As Rhode Island’s treasurer, Ms. Raimondo, now the Democratic nominee for governor, led the state through a painful pension restructuring, drawing animosity that could become a recurring theme if she is elected.

Four stamps known to collectors as Inverted Jennies were stolen in 1955.

$100,000 Reward for Missing ‘Jennies’

By MATTHEW HEALEY

The president of a stamp company is offering $50,000 for each of two missing “Inverted Jennies” – stamps that were stolen nearly 60 years ago.

At a Steak Fry in Iowa, the Clintons Sell Their Brand of Sizzle

By JONATHAN MARTIN and AMY CHOZICK

Speaking to about 10,000 Democrats, the former first lady all but winked and raised her eyebrows as she said to the crowd, “I am thinking about it.”

Health Law Has Caveat on Renewal of Coverage

By ROBERT PEAR

Officials are encouraging consumers to revisit the federal marketplace to compare plans and ensure that they get the right amount of financial assistance in 2015.

Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. intervened on Friday to dismiss a lawsuit that does not focus on government activity.

Holder Says Private Suit Risks State Secrets

By MATT APUZZO

After limiting a privilege to dismiss lawsuits in the name of national security, the attorney general has intervened in a defamation case against United Against Nuclear Iran.

With Tech Taking Over in Schools, Worries Rise

By NATASHA SINGER

Parent groups and privacy advocates are challenging the practices of an industry built on data collection, and California has passed wide-ranging legislation protecting students’ personal information.

The family tomb in Changshou township where Chen Xiaoying is listed with her husband, Zhang Lianyang, on a stone tablet.

DealBook

Alibaba’s Link to Elite Military Family Is Etched in Stone

By MICHAEL FORSYTHE and JONATHAN ANSFIELD

An ancestral tablet at a Chinese tomb shows how an executive who profited from Alibaba’s acquisition of her company is connected to a family of prominent generals.

William A. Ackman's firm, Pershing Square Capital Management, has outperformed most other hedge funds this year.

DealBook

Seeking Cash for Bigger Bets, Ackman Nears Public Offering of a Fund

By ALEXANDRA STEVENSON

The activist investor William A. Ackman’s new fund, Pershing Square Holdings, is expected to be listed on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange.

For more business news, go to NYTimes.com/Business »

Technology
Mishka Shubaly, a writer in Brooklyn who has made over $200,000 from his six Amazon Kindle Singles, is ambivalent about taking sides.

In Latest Volley Against Amazon, Hachette’s Writers Target Its Board

By DAVID STREITFELD

Authors United, a group of Hachette writers and allies, is appealing to Amazon’s board to consider their reputation in the battle over e-book pricing.

A Crowded Scene

By LESLIE KAUFMAN and MIKE ISAAC

Barry Diller’s IAC/InterActiveCorp – owner of Match.com, OkCupid and other sites – has been increasing its presence in the terrain that combines technology and romance in the last 10 years, but the market has become crowded.

Disney Infinity's Toy Box allows players to create their own games.

Disney Infinity Game Studio Hires a Top Player to Create Toy Box Levels

By BROOKS BARNES

Disney noticed a teacher’s winning streak when it came to creating levels of a video game and asked if he would be interested in pursuing that for a living.

For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Technology »

Sports

Sports of The Times

To N.F.L. Fans, the Sport’s Troubles Vanish Between the Lines

By WILLIAM C. RHODEN

Issues like domestic abuse didn’t seem to impinge on Giants fans’ eager expectation of a game against the Cardinals at MetLife Stadium.

Christian Hackenberg, right, chose to attend Penn State despite a bowl ban and stayed after Coach Bill O'Brien left for the N.F.L.

On College Football

Penn State Follows the Lead of Christian Hackenberg, Its Teenage Quarterback

By HARVEY ARATON

Hackenberg, a 19-year-old sophomore, behaves like the adult of the revitalized Nittany Lions, standing for something beyond the obvious tangible rewards of the game.

Floyd Mayweather Jr., right, defeated Marcos Maidana by unanimous decision Saturday, though he said he was not satisfied with his performance.

No Answers After Win, Only More Questions

By JOE DEPAOLO

A weary Floyd Mayweather Jr. retained his W.B.A. and W.B.C. welterweight titles Saturday night, then fielded questions about a possible bout against Manny Pacquiao.

For more sports news, go to NYTimes.com/Sports »

Arts
BEFORE  Current parking at a superblock-size East Harlem housing development.

Critic’s Notebook

Trading Parking Lots for Affordable Housing

By MICHAEL KIMMELMAN

Parking lots can be turned into development sites to expand and improve affordable housing in New York City, three fellows at the Institute for Public Architecture propose.

Ian McEwan

Books of The Times

Cast Adrift in a Realm of Choices

By MICHIKO KAKUTANI

In Ian McEwan’s latest novel, “The Children Act,” a British judge is drawn into medical choices facing a family of Jehovah’s Witnesses.

Steve Reich and Philip Glass, from left, during their musical reunion at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Music Review

Like Handel and Bach, a Pair of Contemporaries

By ZACHARY WOOLFE

Steve Reich and Philip Glass, pioneers of Minimalism, collaborated for three concerts celebrating the 50th anniversary of Nonesuch Records.

credit:  nytimes.com

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