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Top Stories: Obama To Visit Hiroshima; Deadly Plains Tornadoes

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- In Historic Step, Obama To Visit Hiroshima Later This Month.

-- Deadly Tornadoes Wreak Havoc Across The Great Plains.

And here are more early headlines:

German Police Allege Militant Stabs 4, Kills 1 At Train Station. ( ABC)

U.S., European Defense Leaders Warn Britain Against Leaving E.U. ( Independent)

Controversial Candidate Becomes Philippines President-Elect. ( VOA)

Report: Turkish Border Guards Beat, Kill Syrian Refugees. ( Human Rights Watch)

Flooding In Rwanda Has Killed Nearly 50 People. ( Al Jazeera)

U.S. Says ISIS Leader Killed In Air Strike. ( Washington Post)

Competency Case Against Media Titan Redstone Suddenly Ends. ( New York Times)

Treasury Secretary Lew Visits Puerto Rico, Warns Of Debt Crisis. ( USA Today)

900,000 Gallon Molasses Spill In El Salvador Kills River Life. ( AP)

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