The Two-Way
10:12 am
Thu August 30, 2012

Top Stories: Weakening Isaac; Iran Criticized For Backing Syria

Good morning, we're following these stories:

A Weakening Isaac's Rain Could Still Cause Significant Flooding.

At Non-Aligned Conference, Egypt's Morsi Slams Iran Over Syria Position.

And here are other headlines:

Syrian Rebels Claim They've Shot Down A Government Fighter Jet. (Sky News)

Ex-Head Of Murdoch Newspaper's Legal Department Arrested In Widening Phone-Hacking Case. (Guardian)

Pakistan Confirms Drone Strike Killed Key Leader In Taliban-Allied Militant Group. (Washington Post)

Murdered Russian Women Found With Notes Demanding Freedom For Pussy Riot Band. (AFP)

Boat Carrying 150 Asylum-Seekers To Australia Sinks, Some Survivors In Water. (Reuters)

Cashstrapped Spanish Region Asks Spanish Government For Additional Bailout Money. (BBC)

Front Cover Of Pippa Middleton's New Book Released. (People)

New World Record Set In Thailand For Mass Massages. (AP)

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