Morning roundup

Top Stories: Latest On Chinese Dissident; Attacks In Kabul Following Obama Visit

Good morning, here are a few of the stories we're watching:

Will China Follow Through On Assurances About Activist's Safety?

'Afghan Good Enough' May Be Best U.S. And Allies Can Do.

Taliban Attack In Afghan Capital Kills Seven After Obama Visit. (USA Today)

11 Killed In Attack On Egyptian Protesters In Cairo. (CBS/AP)

Newt Gingrich To End His Presidential Campaign Today. (AP)

New Era As Aung San Suu Kyi Joins Myanmar Parliament. (MSNBC)

Joan Of Arc Caught Up In French Election Tussle. (France 24)

New Claims Over Irish Cardinal Brady's Role In Sex Abuse Inquiry. (BBC)

Charges Expected In Florida A&M University Drum Major's Death. (AP)

'Supermoon' Alert: Biggest Full Moon Of 2012 Occurs This Week. (Space.com)

Harley-Davidson Washed Up In Canada May Be From Japan Tsunami. (Vancouver Sun)

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