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Top Stories: U.S. Considers Migrant Aid; Pope Francis On Annulments

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- U.S. Weighs Offering More Help As Migrants Arrive In Europe.

-- Announcing Reform, Pope Francis Smooths Process To Annul Marriages.

And here are more early headlines:

Illinois Officer Buried As Manhunt Continues For Murder Suspects. ( Chicago Sun-Times)

Koreas Agree To Family Reunions After Diplomatic Talks. ( CNN)

China Marks 50th Anniversary Of Control Of Tibet. ( AP)

Venezuela Closes More Of Its Border With Colombia. ( Deutsche Welle)

Suu Kyi Opens Campaigning For Myanmar's Upcoming Election. ( Guardian)

Advice On Getting Tickets To See Pope Francis In Philadelphia. ( AP)

Queen Elizabeth Poised To Become Britain's Longest Reigning Monarch. ( Parade)

Spear Tip Stolen From King Kamehameha's Statue In Hawaii. ( KITV-TV)

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Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.