Morning roundup

Top Stories: Walker Wins Recall; Deadly Afghan Bombings

Good morning, here are some of the stories we're following:

Win For Wisconsin's Walker Seen As Blow For Democrats, Boost For GOP.

Suicide Bombers Strike In Afghanistan; More Than 20 Civilians Killed.

Syrian President Names Current Minister As New Prime Minister In Government Reform Process. (VOA)

German Industrial Output Drops In April, Slowing Growth In Europe's Largest Economy. (Bloomberg)

Vatican Lawyers Question Pope's Butler Over Stolen Documents In Leak Case. (Reuters)

Two California Cities Approve Pension Cuts For Municipal Workers. (AP)

More Mailed Human Remains Discovered In Canada, Police Search For Link To Earlier Case. (Vancouver Sun)

Quebec Student Protest Leaders Say Tuition Demonstrations Won't Harm Montreal's Summer Festival Season. (CBC)

South Carolina Guard Rescued, Hostage Situation Ends After 7 Hours. (CNN)

Zippo Produces Its 500 Millionth Lighter. (AP)

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