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Top Stories: October Unemployment Falls; Deadly Turkish Bombing

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- U.S. Added 161,000 New Jobs In October; Wages Rise By 10 Cents.

-- Car Bomb Kills 8 In Turkey After Pro-Kurdish Legislators Detained For Questioning.

And here are more early headlines:

World Climate Change Accord Takes Effect Today. ( Guardian)

Russia Says It Briefly Pauses Bombing In Aleppo. ( BBC)

Paris Authorities Remove Migrants From New Camps. ( AP)

Political Scandal Engulfing South Korean President. ( New York Times)

Thousands Of Protesters March Against Jakarta Gov.'s Alleged Blasphemy. ( CNN)

N.M. Nuclear Waste Dump Evacuated After Rock Fall; No Damage. ( Los Alamos Daily Post)

Driver In Fatal Baltimore Bus Crash Didn't Have Proper License. ( Baltimore Sun)

Harvard Cancels Men' Soccer Season After Offensive Sexually Explicit Reports Continue. ( Harvard Crimson)

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