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Top Stories: New Storm Heads South; College Player Says He's Gay

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Avoid Atlanta Until Storm Passes, Governor Tells Truckers.

-- Coming Out Has Complicated Player's Prospects, NFL Execs Say.

And here are more early headlines:

British Flooding Worsens; Thames River Reaches Highest Ever Stage. ( Financial Times)

Syrian Peace Talks Resume In Separate Rooms In Geneva. ( VOA)

North Korea Rescinds Invitation To U.S. Over Imprisoned American. ( Reuters)

White House Protocol Adjusted For Newly Single French President's Visit. ( CNN)

Pakistani Separatists Blow Up 3 Pipelines, Cutting Gas To Millions. ( BBC)

New Zealand Protests Japanese Whaling Ship's Maritime Violation. ( New Zealand Herald)

Survey Finds Gasoline Price Drop In Past Two Weeks. ( Reuters)

Popular "Flappy Bird" App Is Removed; Developer Cites Ruined Life. ( Los Angeles Times)

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