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Top Stories: Hong Kong Protests; Questions On White House Security

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Hong Kong Leader To Protesters: 'Stop Campaign Immediately'.

-- Secret Service Chief Faces Questions Over Breaches At White House.

And here are more early headlines:

Tremors Suspend Rescues On Japansese Volcano. ( Kyodo)

Afghanistan To Sign Languishing Security Pact With U.S. ( BBC)

Texas Hospital Isolates Suspected Ebola Patient. ( Dallas Morning News)

Supreme Court Narrowly Blocks Today's Early Voting Start In Ohio. ( USA Today)

SuperValu, Albertons Discover Second Data Breaches. ( Bloomberg)

E.U. Says Apple Got Illegal Financial Backing From Ireland. ( Wall Street Journal)

World Wildlife Population Cut In Half Since 1970. ( BBC)

Russia Opens Genocide Trial Against Ukraine Over Russian Speakers' Deaths. ( Reuters)

Mexican Man Has Largest "Harry Potter" Memorabilia Hoard. ( Telegraph)

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