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Top Stories: Deadly Turkey Bombings; U.S. Swimmers Questioned On Holdup

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Car Bombs In Turkey Kill At Least 6, Wound More Than 200.

-- 2 U.S. Swimmers Pulled Off Flight Home As Police Probe Robbery Claim.

And here are more early headlines:

Louisiana Flooding Toll Reaches 13. ( AP)

Painful Recovery Begins In Louisiana. ( New York Times)

Uncontained Southern California Wildfire Burns Rapidly. ( Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Several Fires Burning In Yellowstone National Park. ( Bozeman Daily Chronicle)

Rights Group Alleges Deadly Brutality In Syrian Prisons. ( Amnesty International)

Spokesman Says South Sudan Rebel Leader Leaves Country. ( VOA)

Haiti Announces Plan To Re-Do National Elections. ( AFP)

Suu Kyi Discusses Controversial Dam Project On Chinese Visit. ( Wall Street Journal)

Chicago Suspect Accused Of Wounding Officer. ( Chicago Tribune)

22 Missouri Clergy Convicted Of Trespassing In State Capitol Protest. ( KMOX/AP)

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