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Top Stories: Taliban Seek Revenge; Oil Imports Drop

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Taliban Vow Revenge For Alleged U.S. Attack On Civilians

Report Shows Drop In U.S. Oil Imports

Syrian Militia Blamed In Latest Killing

Other stories in the news:

— "Apple Workers: Plant Inspected Hours Before Blast" (NPR)

— "Greece Poised For Bond Swap And Bailout Approval" (The Associated Press)

— "Santorum, Gingrich Eye Southern Primary Victories" (NPR)

Related: "Poll: More GOP Voters Expect Romney Nomination" (CBS News)

— "China Railway Workers Repair 'Collapsed' New Line." (BBC News)

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