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U.S. Diplomatic Worker Killed; Chicago Teachers' Strike Enters Third Day

Good morning - here are some of our early headlines:

Protesters Attack U.S. Diplomatic Buildings in Egypt, Libya; One American Worker Killed. ( CNN)

Chicago Teachers' Strike Starts Third Day, No Breakthrough Seen. ()

German Court Backs European Bailout Plan. ( Wall Street Journal)

Two Factory Fires In Pakistan Kill At Least 191. ( Voice Of America)

Obama Administration Approves First Group Of Immigrant Children Applying To Stay In U.S. ( AP)

That Big Stink In Los Angeles? It's Decaying Matter From The Inland Salton Sea. ( Los Angeles Times)

Apple Expected To Unveil New Smartphone Today. ( WHEC)

FAMU Blames Hazing Victim For His Own Death; Parents Outraged. ( ABC)

Calif. Refinery Pipe Was Corroded, Thinned Just Before Explosion Last Month. ( San Francisco Chronicle)

Tropical Storm Nadine Strengthens Far Out In Atlantic, No Threat To Land. ( National Hurricane Center)

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