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Top Stories: Zimmerman Murder Case Is Complicated; Syrian Truce Begins

Good morning, we're looking at some of these early stories:

Prosecution's Choice Of Charge Complicates Case Against Zimmerman.

Troops And Tanks Remain, But Truce Begins In Syria.

Suspect In USS Cole Bombing Wins One Legal Battle.

No Injuries Reported In Second West Mexico Quake. (Reuters)

Jury Selection Set To Begin In John Edwards Trial. (AP)

Death Penalty Repeal Goes To Connecticut Governor. (New York Times)

News Of The World British Phone-Hacking Cases Launched In US. (BBC)

Exiled, Beloved Cuban Auxiliary Bishop Agustin Roman Dies In Miami At 83. (Miami Herald)

Serb Police Find Painting Believed Stolen Cezanne. (CBS)

Axl Rose Will Not Attend Guns N' Roses' Rock And Roll Hall Induction Ceremony. (Rolling Stone)

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