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Top Stories: Cards Win, Markets May Dip, Bangkok Braces For More Flooding

Good morning.

If you're looking for the score and a heads-up on the key moments from last night's World Series action, we've got that here:

Cards Win On 11th-Inning Freese Clout; Force Game 7. St. Louis beat Texas 10-9 thanks to a dramatic solo home run in the 11th inning from third baseman David Freese.

As for other stories making headlines, they include:

— After Big Rally, Stock Futures Fall On Profit-Taking. (Reuters)

— Wall Street Protesters Hold Vigils For Injured Vet. (The Associated Press)

— "Bangkok Braced For Month Of Flooding As Big Evacuation Gets Under Way." (The Guardian)

— "Teen Pulled From Quake Rubble In Turkey; Rescue Comes More Than Four Days After The Powerful Temblor." (MSNBC)

— "Tropical Storm Rina Continues To Weaken." (Sun Sentinel)

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