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Top Stories: Tracking Syrian Atrocities; Possible Spanish Bailout

Happy Friday - we're following these stories today:

Reports Swirl That Spain Will Seek Bailout.

'Heavy' Syrian Army Presence Around City Near Suspected Massacre Site.

Chesapeake Energy CEO In Hotseat Today.

U.S. Trade Deficit Narrows As Imports And Exports Drop. (Bloomberg)

Tornadoes Damage Homes In Colorado And Wyoming; One Hurt. (AP)

Japan's Prime Minister Says Two Nuclear Reactors Must Restart To Protect Society. (Reuters)

U.S. General Personally Apologizes For Afghan Airstrike That Killed Civilians. (AP)

Malawi Won't Host African Union Summit Or Sudanese President, Who's Wanted For War Crimes. (VOA)

Racist Taunts Thrown At Black Dutch Soccer Players In European Soccer Tournament. (Guardian)

Young Black Bear Caught In Connecticut Neighborhood Was From New Jersey. (Norwalk Citizen)

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