Morning roundup

Top Stories: Syrian Children Brutalized; States Hold Primaries

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

Syrian Children Are Being Killed, Tortured And Used As Shields, U.N. Says.

Special And Primary Elections Today in Six States. (ABC)

Human Trafficking Hotline Received 10,000 Calls In 2011.

Australian Coroner Rules Dingo Killed Couple's Baby More Than 30 Years Ago. (Australian Broadcasting)

Reuters Source: Former Egyptian President Mubarek In Stable Condition. (Reuters)

Yemeni Military Retakes Town Held By Al-Qaida. (BBC)

Fighting In Western Myanmar Between Buddhists And Muslims Triggers State Of Emergency. (VOA)

Sandusky Trial - Alleged 'Victim 1' To Take Stand Today. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Wildfires In Colorado, New Mexico, One Dead. (Los Angeles Times)

Los Angeles Kings Defeat New Jersey Devils For NHL's Stanley Cup Championship. (Sports Illustrated)

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