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Top Stories: Deadly Turkey Bombings; U.S. Swimmers Questioned On Holdup

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Car Bombs In Turkey Kill At Least 6, Wound More Than 200.

-- 2 U.S. Swimmers Pulled Off Flight Home As Police Probe Robbery Claim.

And here are more early headlines:

Louisiana Flooding Toll Reaches 13. (AP)

Painful Recovery Begins In Louisiana. (New York Times)

Uncontained Southern California Wildfire Burns Rapidly. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Several Fires Burning In Yellowstone National Park. (Bozeman Daily Chronicle)

Rights Group Alleges Deadly Brutality In Syrian Prisons. (Amnesty International)

Spokesman Says South Sudan Rebel Leader Leaves Country. (VOA)

Haiti Announces Plan To Re-Do National Elections. (AFP)

Suu Kyi Discusses Controversial Dam Project On Chinese Visit. (Wall Street Journal)

Chicago Suspect Accused Of Wounding Officer. (Chicago Tribune)

22 Missouri Clergy Convicted Of Trespassing In State Capitol Protest. (KMOX/AP)

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Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.

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