News Since Morning Papers

A powerful quake strikes Turkey, and elections in Tunisia.
2:23 | 10/23/11

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Gloria. President Obama scores -- new success as yet another public and He needs his -- They love me or my view -- relieve -- of me at all with the killing of the -- About America's role in the world now and the future of the Arabs graves on this woman's -- -- overnight here. America's war in Iraq. Will be -- but -- He brought winds down Afghanistan rages on is the US making much headway on that battlefield. A question -- headline secretary of state Hillary Clinton and then why -- Big. Wreck again at networking I was -- sacred and -- the real winner of the Romney Perry about Barack Obama. -- -- house roundtable with George Will Matthew -- Donna Brazil and Jake Tapper. Inside campaign twenty trial. Prices generally an offensive hornets come together. The job. Neighbor in need of Richard Trumka and chamber of commerce president Tom Donahue on the strategy -- -- but putting America back to work. Live from the museum in Washington this week with Christiane. Starts right now. Good morning -- to get to today but first some news since 2 morning papers. Breaking news to report. A powerful seven point two earthquake has rocked Turkey with its epicenter near the city of -- and local man reports. There are so many dead several buildings have collapsed there is too much destruction He says. Rescue workers and struggling to reach victims trapped under the problem. And a milestone in the Middle East this morning the first election of the Arab sprained. The uprising began in two museum last December. When a food vendors set himself on fire in protest of an oppressive regime. Today -- -- -- headed to the polls that are 111000. Candidates from -- political parties and results will be announced tomorrow. And in Libya. A day of jubilation as leaders formally declared the country liberated. That's not now -- -- constitutional assembly within eight months and parliamentary and presidential elections within a year.

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