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Top Stories: Ebola Latest; Syrian Kurds Get U.S. Airdrops

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Turkey Says It's Helping Iraqi Kurds Join Fight For Kobani.

-- Latest Developments In The Ebola Story.

And here are more early headlines:

Hong Kong Official Blames Outside Governments For Unrest. ( Businessweek)

Hurricane Ana Swirls Away From Hawaii. ( Los Angeles Times)

Indonesia Swears In President Widodo. ( Jakarta Post)

Nepal To End Search For Stranded Hikers, Most Located. ( AP)

Sweden Looks For Suspected Russian Sub Near Stockholm. ( Guardian)

Croatian Police Arrest Zagreb Officials Accused Of Corruption. ( Deustche Welle)

French Troops Seize Mali Arms Cache Linked To Peacekeeper Death. ( Reuters)

Denver's Manning Sets Record For Most Touchdowns Thrown. ( USA Today)

PHOTO: Scientist Discovers A Spider The Size Of A Small Dog. ( CBS)

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