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Top Stories: Israeli Election; Leaving The NFL For Safety Reasons

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Israel's Election: Netanyahu Seeks Fourth Term.

-- 49ers Linebacker Quits After 1 Season, Citing Safety Concerns.

And here are more early headlines:

Rescue Teams Start Arriving In Cyclone-Hit Vanuatu. ( AP)

Irish Leader To Meet Obama, Discuss Immigration. ( Irish Times)

Britain's Prince Charles And Wife Camilla Visit Washington. ( USA Today)

Nigeria Says It Retakes Town From Boko Haram Militants. ( BBC)

U.N. Peacekeepers May Be Cut Back In Darfur Amid Charges Of Mismanagement. ( Reuters)

Singaporean Statesman Lee Kuan Yew In Worsening Health. ( Wall Street Journal)

MLB Commissioner Asked To Review Pete Rose's Ban. ( Yahoo! Sports)

Nome, Alaska Prepares For Iditarod Victor. ( Alaska Dispatch News)

Scientists Study Why Penguins Waddle. ( BBC)

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