Morning roundup

Top Stories: U.S. Drawdown Nears End In Iraq; Euro Slides

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Iraqi Leader Says Iran Won't Be Interfering Anymore.

Putin Aide Says Vote Results Will Stand.

Funeral Today For Virginia Tech Officer; Shooter's Family Offers Condolences.

Here We Go Again: Has Misnamed 'God Particle' Finally Been Found?.

Other top stories:

— "Euro Slides As Summit Deal Glow Fades." (The Financial Times)

— "Delegates To Durban Agree To Climate Treaty." (Morning Edition)

— "Occupy Movement Targets West Coast Ports Today." (Oakland Tribune)

— "Russian Billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov To Challege Putin." (BBC News)

— "Lowe's Pulls Ads From U.S. Muslim Reality TV Show." (The Associated Press)

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