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Top Stories: Texas Officer Fired In Teen's Shooting; NATO Convoy Bombed

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- ISIS Claims Responsibility For Bombing In Kabul That Kills 8 Afghans.

-- Police Chief Fires Officer Who Shot And Killed Black Texas Teenager.

-- Gay Couple's Lawsuit Against Kentucky Clerk Is Back On After Appeals Court Ruling.

And here are more early headlines:

Trump Welcomes Palestinian Leader Abbas To White House. ( New York Times)

North Korea Say It's Holding American, Alleges Hostile Acts. ( Independent)

2 Chicago Police Officers Wounded, Manhunt Underway. ( Chicago Sun-Times)

S.C. Congressional Primary: GOP Needs Runoff, Democrat Wins. ( The Hill)

Argentina, Brazil Say Venezuelan Constitution Plan A Coup. ( Guardian)

More Flooding In Central U.S.; Storms Expected In South. ()

Historic Boston Tea Party House Closed For Repairs. ( AP)

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Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.