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Top Stories: Recall Vote In Wisconsin; Drone Strikes In Pakistan

Good morning: if it's Tuesday, somebody somewhere is voting. Here are some stories we're following:

Decision Day Arrives In Wisconsin.

Six States Hold Primary Elections For House Races. (Politico)

Reports: Drone Strike Targeted Al-Qaida's 'Leading Propagandist'.

Syria Kicks Out 17 Western Ambassadors, Including U.S., Britain, Turkey. (BBC)

Nigerian Searchers Find Flight Data Recorders From Crashed Jetliner. (CNN)

Libyan Government Takes Back Control Of Tripoli Airport. (AP)

Canadian Fugitive Suspected Of Dismembering Man To Appear In German Court. (Globe and Mail)

Judge In Norwegian Mass Shooting Case Plays Solitaire On Computer. (AFP)

Last Day Of Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee Celebrations, Live Blog. (Guardian)

Senate To Vote Today On Gender Wage Fairness Legislation. (U.S. News and World Report)

Biting Spiders Lead To Deaths Of Two In India. (Times of India)

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