Breaking News Headlines: SF Bay Area Traffic Picking up With Transit Strike

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San Francisco Bay-area-commuters-are-getting out the door earlier than usual to try to avoid the traffic snarls expected because of the Bay Area Rapid Transit train strike. Traffic leading up to the toll plaza of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge was heavier than usual around 5:30 a.m., July 1th. The largest protest in Egypt since Mubarak sees millions of Egyptians demonstrating against President Mohammed Morsi. A massive amount of protesters is out in Tahrir Square and into the streets to force the Islamist president from office. At least 10 anti-Morsi demonstrators have been killed in the protests, as supporters of the Islamist leader opened fire on protesters. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry continues his world diplomatic tour, this time in Asia. Kerry landed in the small sultanate of Brunei for a regional security conference. After having spoken to many leaders of the middle east, the Secretary of State is now scheduled to have a lengthy chat with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov that likely will center on the Syrian crisis. He will also discuss the Edward Snowden crisis with Chinese officials.

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