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Top Stories: 200+ Dead After Quake In Turkey; Obama Renews Jobs Drive

Good morning.

Our early headlines today were:

Gadhafi's Death To Be Investigated, Transitional Leader Says

U.S. Ambassador Leaves Syria Due To 'Credible Threats'

Napoli, Holland Are Names To Remember As Rangers Even Series At 2-2

Earlier today (Oct. 24, 2011), a woman floated her belongings as she walked on a flooded road in Bangkok.

Earlier today (Oct. 24, 2011), a woman floated her belongings as she walked on a flooded road in Bangkok.

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Other stories making headlines include:

— "Crews Dig For Survivors After Deadly Quake In Turkey;" Death Toll Tops 200. (The Associated Press)

— "Thai Floods To Last For Weeks;" More Than 350 Dead. (The Wall Street Journal)

— "Jobs Plan Stalled, Obama to Try New Economic Drive." (The New York Times)

— "Markets Hold Steady Ahead Of Eurozone Debt Plan." (BBC News)

— "Counting Under Way After Tunisia Polls;" Heavy Turnout May Delay Results. (Al-Jazeera)

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