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Supervising News Editor Faith Karimi -- 404-827-1401

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UPCOMING

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US-Flooding (will update)

Two more floodgates on the Morganza spillway could be opened Sunday as authorities work to spare areas from severe flooding while redirecting water into others.

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New-York-IMF-Questioning (will update)

The head of the International Monetary Fund is being questioned by police in connection with the alleged sexual assault Saturday of a Times Square hotel housekeeping employee, New York Deputy Police Commissioner Paul Browne told CNN.

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Egypt-Clashes (monitoring)

Violence erupted in a Cairo neighborhood when pro-Coptic protesters clashed with unidentified men, leaving at least two people dead and 60 injured, state TV reported early Sunday.

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Eurovision-Song-Winner (12:30 a.m.)

Azerbaijan took top prize in the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday, snagging the country's first-ever win.

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Pakistan-Bin-Laden

Pakistan's parliament threatened Saturday to cut off access to a facility used by a NATO-led coalition to ferry troops into Afghanistan, the clearest sign of a rift created when U.S. commandos killed Osama bin Laden during a raid on a Pakistani compound.

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US-Flooding

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers opened the first of potentially several bays of the Morganza spillway on Saturday afternoon, a move intended to spare some areas from severe flooding while redirecting water into others.