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11-23 Sinking ship 'struck iceberg' Antarctica
C. 11-23 Deadly blasts rock Indian cities Uttar Pradesh, India
3. 11-23 MPs fail to elect president Beirut
4. 11-23 Saudis to attend Mid-East summit Saudi Arabia
5. 11-23 Sharif set to return Pakistan
G. 11-23 Bus found under landslide Hubei, Southern China
7. 11-23 Lahoud steps down; no successor Beirut
8. 11-23 Australians vote to choose leader Australia
J. 11-23 Jones banned for two years by IAAF Monaco


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Nov.23   Antarctica   Sinking ship 'struck iceberg'
  More than 150 passengers and crew aboard Norwegian cruise ship MS Nord Norge have been rescued to safety

  India   Deadly blasts rock Indian cities Map of Uttar Pradesh India
  The near-simultaneous blasts were detonated outside courts in 3 northern Indian cities, killing at least 8 people

  Beirut   MPs fail to elect president
  The pro-Syrian opposition did not allow the session to achieve the quorum. The term of the incumbent, Emile Lahoud, expires

  Saudi Arabia   Saudis to attend Mid-East summit
  Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal said he would go to next week's meeting on the Middle East at Annapolis in the US

  Pakistan Sharif set to return  An exiled opponent of Musharraf was taking steps to return to Pakistan as early as next week, setting up a challenge to the declaration of emergency

  Southern China Bus found under landslide  A landslide on a mountainside in central China earlier buried a long-distance passenger bus carrying as many as 27 people

Day News

  Beirut   Lahoud steps down; no successor
  Lebanese President has left the presidential palace after not naming a successor, and is calling on the army to preserve the nation's security
 A honor guard troops lined the walk in front of the palace for a farewell ceremony as Emil Lahoud departed. Pro-Western PM Siniora rejected the move and says that under the constitution his cabinet are in temporary power

  Australia   Australians vote to choose leader   Voting has begun in a general election which will decide the fate of second-longest serving prime minister, John Howard

  Monaco Jones banned for two years by IAAF  The world governing body of athletics has handed disgraced sprinter Marion Jones a 2-year ban for doping and annulled all results back to Sep. 2000

  Washington US welcomes Saudi summit pledge  US officials have welcomed the decision by S. Arabia to attend Middle East peace conference at Annapolis in the US

Evening News

  Rawalpindi   Twin blasts kill 15 Map of Rawalpindi Pakistan  Two suspected suicide blasts have killed at least 15 people and injured others in the Pakistani garrison city of Rawalpindi
 One explosion hit a bus carrying security forces, killing at least 15 people

  London Litvinenko family mark death anniversary  Friends and family of a former KGB officer killed by radioactive poisoning are alleging Russia's complicity in his poisoning

  Vietnam Typhoons near Vietnam, Philippines  The 2 countries stepped up the evacuations of tens of thousands ahead of the landfalls of two separate typhoons

San Francisco Bay Area , November 23, 2007 Timeline