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Top Stories: New Horror In Syria; Panetta Pushes Pakistan

Good morning, we're looking at these stories today:

New Massacre Reported In Syria; Clinton Condemns 'Unconscionable' Acts.

U.S. Is Running Out Of Patience With Pakistan, Panetta Says.

Bomb At Pakistani Seminary Kills At Least Eight. (AFP)

Iraq Executes Saddam Hussein's Former Bodyguard. (AFP)

China Facing Economic Slowdown, Cuts Interest Rates. (Bloomberg)

NASDAQ Will Offer $40 Million To Investors Who Lost Money In Facebook Trading Glitches. (Los Angeles Times)

President Obama Raises $60 Million For Re-Election Campaign. (USA Today)

Advocacy Group Sues New York Police Department For Spying On Muslims In New Jersey. (Star-Ledger)

Enormous Chunk Of Japanese Tsunami Debris Washes Ashore In Oregon. (The Oregonian)

Oklahoma City Thunder Defeat San Antonio Spurs, Head To NBA Finals. (HoopsWorld)

New Jersey Devils Stave Off Stanley Cup Sweep, Defeat Los Angeles Kings 3-1. (AP)

Library Of Congress Names New Poet Laureate, Natasha Trethewey. (AP)

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