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Tuesday 30 November

Obama: 30,000-plus surge troops leaving Afghan (AP)

 AP - Beginning to wind down a long and devastating war, President Barack Obama announced Wednesday night he was pulling home 33,000 troops from Afghanistan by next summer, withdrawing the "surge" of forces he had sent to rescue a flailing effort. Said Obama to a country eager for an exit: "The tide of war is receding."



Small river could bring historic floods to ND (AP)

 AP - Plastic sheeting hung over the apartment building like a shroud, stretching from the eaves to the ground. Across it, someone had spray-painted the word "pray" and drawn a line labeled "1969" — the level where floodwaters had risen the last time the Souris River climbed out of its banks in Minot.



Lawsuit seeks to block SF vote on circumcision ban (AP)
AP - An unlikely coalition of Jews and Muslims on Wednesday filed a lawsuit to block a San Francisco ballot measure that would ban the circumcision of male children, a procedure widely practiced by members of both faiths.

APNewsBreak: No charges against bar in Dunn death (AP)

 AP - Pennsylvania state police say no charges are planned against the suburban Philadelphia bar where "Jackass" star Ryan Dunn drank just before he and a passenger died in a fiery one-car crash this week.



Twins drop Facebook lawsuit detailed in hit movie (AP)
AP - The Harvard University classmates of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg are ending the legal battle made famous by the Hollywood movie "The Social Network."

Lidstrom best defender at NHL Awards (AP)
AP - Detroit's Nicklas Lidstrom won his seventh Norris Trophy at the NHL Awards on Wednesday, beating out Nashville's Shea Weber and Boston's Zdeno Chara as the league's best defenseman.

Obama sets plan to start U.S. exit from Afghanistan (Reuters)

 Reuters - President Barack Obama announced on Wednesday a plan to start bringing U.S. troops home from Afghanistan in a significant first step toward ending the long, costly Afghan war.



Democrats push for jobs package in debt deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Democratic leaders called on Wednesday for new spending and tax cuts to boost the sluggish U.S. economy, setting up a fresh hurdle for bipartisan efforts to head off a government debt default this summer.

Obama declares start of bid to wind up Afghan war (AFP)

 AFP - US President Barack Obama declared Wednesday the beginning of the effort to wind up the 10-year conflict in Afghanistan, saying the "tide of the war is receding."



Magnitude-6.7 quake hits Japan (AP)

 AP - A magnitude-6.7 earthquake rattled northeast Japan on Thursday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.



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