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Top Stories: Co-Pilot Likely Crashed Plane; Saudis Attack In Yemen

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Co-Pilot Showed 'Willingness To Destroy Aircraft', Prosecutor Says.

-- Saudis Target Houthi Positions In Yemen.

And here are more early headlines:

U.S., Coalition Start Airstrikes Against ISIS In Tikrit. ( Washington Post)

Suspected Tornadoes Crash Through Oklahoma, Killing 1. ( NBC)

Obama To Address Proposed Rules For Payday Lenders. ( Birmingham News)

Ind. Gov. To Sign Religious Exemption Letting Businesses Refuse Service To Gays. ( Indianapolis Star)

Report: Palestinian Militants Committed War Crimes In Gaza Fight. ( Amnesty International)

Watchdog Says 5 Syrian Chemical Weapons Facilities To Be Destroyed By June. ( AP)

Flooding Washes Over Driest Region Of Chile. ( Time)

It's True: Zayn Malik Is Leaving British Boy Band, One Direction. ( Variety)

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