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Top Stories: Afghan Troops In Kunduz; Hurricane Joaquin

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Afghan Force Says It Has Retaken Kunduz From Taliban.

-- Joaquin Lashes Bahamas, Could Have Eastern U.S. In Crosshairs.

-- Syrian Opposition Says Russian Airstrikes Aren't Targeting ISIS.

And here are more early headlines:

A New Blast Shakes Chinese City, A Day After Package Bombs Go Off. ( AFP)

It's Now Legal To Buy Recreational Pot In Oregon. ( The Oregonian)

If Elected, Trump Vows To Repatriate All Syrian Refugees In U.S. ( NBC)

Trial Opening For Former Coal Company Executive In Accident Lawsuit. ( West Virgina Metro News)

Report: Fertilizer Company To Settle Huge Waste Lawsuit For $2 Billion. ( AP)

A Single Ticket Matched The Winning $310 Million Powerball. ( Chicago Tribune)

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