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Top Stories: Apple Told To Pay Irish Back Taxes; Deaths Of Kremlin Critics

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Apple Owes Ireland $14.5 Billion In Taxes, European Commission Says.

-- The Curious Deaths Of Kremlin Critics.

And here are more early headlines:

Two Tropical Depressions May Become Storms, Hit U.S. ()

Typhoon Makes Landfall In Japan. ( AP)

Primaries In Arizona, Florida Today. ( Real Clear Politics)

Conflicting Reports On Whether U.S. E.U. Trade Deal Has Failed. ( Reuters)

Italy To Use Wooden Huts As Short-Term Housing For Quake Survivors. ( BBC)

Some 6,500 Migrants Rescued At Sea By Italy. ( AFP)

Report: Foreign Hackers Got Into State Election Systems. ( Yahoo)

1 Dead After Bomb Hits Chinese Embassy Gates In Kyrgystan. ( Time)

Cattle Rustling In New Zealand: 500 Cows Inexplicably Stolen. ( Guardian)

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