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Daybreak: Holiday Test

Iran threatens, Barak is sued, Madoff victims stew, and more in the news

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• Iran claims it test-fired three missiles on Sunday with the range to hit Israel. [NYT]
• A Jewish visit to Jerusalem’s Temple Mount spurred Palestinian riots in East Jerusalem over Yom Kippur. [JTA]
• Pulitzer-winning New York Timescolumnist William Safire died Sunday at 79. [NYT]
• Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak is being sued in Britain for alleged war crimes in Gaza; Barak, who is currently visiting the United Kingdom, was warned to leave but stayed for his meeting with British P.rime Minister Gordon Brown today. [Ynet]
New York Magazine reports on the victims of Bernie Madoff who have been “cast out and left to stew in their own anger and humiliation.” [NYMag]

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