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Top Stories: U.S. Economy Slightly Weaker; Storms Batter The East

Happy Friday! We're looking at these stories this morning:

Economy Slowed Further In Second Quarter.

Derecho, the Sequel: Storm Roars Over Pennsylvania And New York.

In London, The Games Are Afoot.

Activists Report Heavy Fighting In Aleppo, Syria's Largest City. ( VOA)

Chinese Woman Accused Of Poisoning British Man Is Held Incommunicado By Chinese Police. ( Washington Post)

China Orders Limit To Flooding Coverage After Outraged Victims Start Compiling Private Death Tolls. ( AP)

Afghan Militant Attacks Against NATO Forces Rose 11% In The Past Three Months. ( AP)

Cyprus Officials To Charge Man With Plotting Terrorism, Had Tracked Israeli Tourists. ( Cyprus Mail)

Ousted Head Of Oldest Black U.S. Fraternity Seeks His Job Back In A Georgia Court. ( Atlanta Journal Constitution)

Bird Hits Boy In The Face On Six Flags Coaster, Causing Minor Injuries. ( Asbury Park Press)

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Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.