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CNN Wire Overnight Outlook

By By the CNN Wire Staff
Published On: May 14 2011 01:35:09 PM CDT
Updated On: May 14 2011 10:41:25 PM CDT
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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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PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED STORIES

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TOP STORY

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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.

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INTERNATIONAL

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Libya-War

Moammar Gadhafi is among three Libyans facing arrest warrants from the International Criminal Court for alleged crimes against humanity, an official with direct knowledge of the case told CNN.

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Libya-Funerals

A few hundred people gathered at a Tripoli cemetery Saturday to bury the alleged victims of a NATO airstrike in al-Brega a day earlier.

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Mideast-Displacement

The U.N. humanitarian chief appealed Saturday for an end to forced displacement, one day before Palestinians are set to mark what they call the Nakba -- a day to commemorate the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians that accompanied the creation of Israel.

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Syria-Conflict

The two-month-long tumult across Syria reached the Lebanese border on Saturday as the regime's troops shelled a town and hundreds of refugees hustled to safety into Lebanon.

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Haiti-Inauguration

With expectations of change running high, former bad-boy pop star Michel Martelly was sworn in Saturday as the president of impoverished Haiti, still reeling from last year's devastating earthquake.

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Libya-Refugees

More than 400 people fleeing Libya and Tunisia arrived overnight in an Italian island on Saturday, the latest in a stream of refugees escaping volatile and unstable North Africa.

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Egypt-Israel-Al-Sabil-Gas

Flames shot into the sky in the northern Sinai desert, close to Egypt's border with Israel. It was the second attack this year on the al-Sabil gas terminal - and the third attempt to sabotage a network of pipelines that supplies Israel with natural gas.

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Yemen-Unrest

Violence rocked embattled Yemen on Saturday as suspected militants killed government soldiers for the second day in a row and security forces wounded around three dozen anti-government protesters.

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Singapore-Resignations

Singapore's first two prime ministers on Saturday resigned from the Cabinet in a suprise announcement, saying the time had come for a "younger generation to carry Singapore forward."

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U.S.A.

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POL-Huckabee-2012-Decision

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee announced Saturday that he will not seek the GOP nomination for president in 2012. Huckabee ended speculation that he would run for president during his weekly Fox News Channel show saying, "All the factors say go, but my heart says no. And that's the decision that I have made."

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New-York-Police-Documents

A "sensitive" counterterrorism document belonging to the New York Police Department was found in a trash can outside a police station by a passerby who has drawn attention for posting it online.

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US-Pakistani-Taliban

Two South Florida imams and a third family member were arrested Saturday on charges of providing support to the Pakistani Taliban, the Justice Department said. In addition, three others in Pakistan were also indicted on the same charges.

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FEATURES, ANALYSIS and COMMENTARY

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ANALYSIS-White-Baseball-Desegregation

Everyone knows that Jackie Robinson broke the Major League Baseball "color barrier" in 1947. But what many people today may not know is that while Jackie's courageous performance integrated major league baseball on the field, it took many more years of struggle to break the baseball color barrier off the field.

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MED-Ocd-Machine-Man-Movie

"I'm edging toward being a recluse, but choose daily to fight for release from this crippling prison." This is how Gemma Boyd describes her life with obsessive compulsive disorder, a mental illness marked by unwanted thoughts and repeated behaviors or rituals intended to reduce anxiety. She wrote these words in a poem last November, the first time she tried to deal with her daily struggles through creative writing.