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Top Stories: Suffering In Syria; Foxconn Factory Back On Line

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

-- Syria's Children Are Victims Of 'Appalling' Violence, Report Says.

-- Obama To Tell Iran That U.S. Will 'Do What We Must' On Nukes.

-- Bring Back The Real NFL Refs! Debacle At End Of Game Adds To Outrage.

Other stories making headlines:

-- In China, "Foxconn Factory Reopens After Brawl." ( CNN.com)

-- "China Shows Off Carrier, But Experts Are Skeptical." ( The New York Times)

-- "Curiosity Rover Touches 1st Martian Rock, Makes Longest Drive Yet." ( Space.com)

-- "Romney's Medicaid Remarks On 60 Minutes Raise Eyebrows." ( It's All Politics)

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