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Top Stories: U.S. Mulls Strikes On Terrorists; IKEA's No-Woman Catalog

Good morning, here are our early stories:

Report: U.S. Discussing 'Unilateral Strikes' On Terrorist Groups In Africa.

Women Erased From IKEA's Saudi Catalog; Company Apologizes.

And these are other morning headlines:

French Authorities Drop Rape Charge Against Former IMF Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn. ( AFP)

Georgian President Saakashvili Concedes Election Defeat. ( New York Times)

Hong Kong Ferry Collision Kills 37 - Six Crew Arrested. ( BBC)

Chicago Teachers Union Votes Today On Proposed Contract. ( Chicago Tribune)

Pope's Former Butler To Testify In Case Of Papal Document Theft. ( AP)

Late Turkish President's Body Exhumed to Investigate Foul Play Rumors. ( Reuters)

Bangladesh Arrests Dozens For Violent Attacks On Buddhist Temples, Homes. ( Bloomberg)

Thieves Snatch Millions In Gems From California Mining Museum. ( Los Angeles Times)

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Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.