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Top Stories: Latest From Afghanistan; Alabama, Mississippi GOP Primaries

Good morning, and here are some of today's early headlines. Since it's Tuesday, somebody somewhere is voting.

-Latest From Afghanistan: Some Gunfire, Small Protests, Reaction Muted So Far.

-Five Things To Watch For In Tuesday's Alabama, Mississippi GOP Primaries.

-Republicans Hold Caucuses Today in Hawaii and American Samoa. (Hawaii Reporter)

-Syria Laying Landmines Along Border: Human Rights Watch. (BBC News)

-Turning Homeless Into WiFi Hotspots At SXSW Ignites Controversy.

-First Lady Michelle Obama will lead U.S. delegation to the Olympics opening ceremonies in London. (AP)

-UK Police Arrest Six in Phone Hacking Investigation, including former head of defunct newspaper. (The Guardian)

-Crystal Cathedral's Senior Pastor Says She's Leaving To Start New Church. (Los Angeles Times)

-Nightmare Zoo In Indonesia Shaken By Giraffe Death. (AP)

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