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Top Stories: Executions In Syria; 'Flame' Malware Infects Iran

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Most Victims Of Friday's Massacre In Syria Were Executed, U.N. Says.

Good News: Beryl Weakened. Better News: It Drenched Parched Areas.

Italy Rocked By Second Deadly Quake.

How Do You Spell Precocious? 6-Year-Old Spelling Bee Contestant Would Know.

Other top stories:

— "Secret 'Kill List' Proves a Test of Obama's Will and Principles." (The New York Times)

— "Meet 'Flame,' The Massive Spy Malware Infiltrating Iran's Computers." (Wired's Threat Level blog)

— "Romney Ready To Claim GOP Nomination After Texas Primary Today." (The Associated Press)

Jury In John Edwards Trial Starts Seventh Day Of Deliberations. (The Associated Press)

Bob Dylan, Madeleine Albright, John Glenn To Each Receive Medal Of Freedom Today. (Minnesota Public Radio)

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