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Top Stories: Chinese Markets Continue Fall; Koreas Reach Agreement

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Chinese Markets Stumble Again, But World Markets Stabilized.

-- After Days Of Talks, Tense Standoff, North And South Korea Reach Detente.

And here are more early headlines:

U.S. Dispatching F-22 Jets To Europe To Reassure NATO Allies. ( Guardian)

Milwaukee Catholic Archdiocese Files Bankruptcy Plan To Compensate Sex Abuse Victims. ( AP)

Navajo Nation Won't Use River Water Near Mine Spill, Will Lose Crops. ( Denver Post)

Sewage Spill Closes Hawaii's Waikiki Beach, Spills On Streets. ( KHNL-TV)

German Shelter For Migrants Burned; No Injuries. ( AP)

Court Rules Russia Should Pay Greenpeace For Impounding Ship. ( AFP)

IndyCar Driver Justin Wilson Dies After Race Injury. ( IndyCar)

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