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Top Stories: More Killing In Syria; Nuclear Inspectors' Mission Fails In Iran

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Killing Continues In Syria, Two Western Journalists Among Victims.

Protests Continue In Afghanistan Over Quran Burnings; Some Killed.

Obama Administration To Propose Cut In Corporate Tax Rate.

Massey Mine Boss Charged In Deadly Coal Mine Explosion.

Obama Sings Again: Belts A Bit Of 'Sweet Home Chicago'.

Other top stories:

— "Nuclear Inspectors Say Their Mission To Iran Has Failed." (The New York Times)

Related: In a statement, inspectors say "intensive efforts were made to reach agreement on a document facilitating the clarification of unresolved issues in connection with Iran's nuclear program, particularly those relating to possible military dimensions. Unfortunately, agreement was not reached on this document."

— "Greek Lawmakers Rush To Adopt Promised Austerity." (The Associated Press)

Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum Will Be Main Attractions At Tonight's GOP Debate. (Politico)

— "Peugeot Is In Talks With General Motors on Possible Alliance; Shares Surge." (Bloomberg News)

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