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Daybreak: The Nuclear Talks Tease

Plus federations worried about aging donor base, and more in the news

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President Ahmadinejad last month.(Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images)

• Iran will agree to new high-level talks with the West, provided the nuclear issue isn’t discussed. Which was sort of the point. [Reuters/Haaretz]

• However, the new top U.N. nuclear inspector said he was amenable to turning a more focused eye onto Syria. [WSJ]

• Speaking on U.S. cable news, Prime Minister Netanyahu cautioned that Iran wants to control the region’s oil supply. [JPost]

• Opposition parties boycotted Jordan’s parliamentary vote; the results are likely to strenghten the monarchy’s allies while increasing popular disaffection. [NYT]

• Jewish federations, gathered in New Orleans, are concerned less about the current economy and more about their long-term futures as their biggest donors age, with younger people not replacing them. [JTA]

• Famed realist painter Jack Levine died at 95. [NYT]

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Jordan says:

Can’t believe you haven’t referred yet to this:
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/11/arts/music/11shyne.html?hp

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