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Top Stories: Spain's Money Woes; Pakistani Leader Disqualified From Office

Good morning - we're following these stories today:

Spain's Borrowing Costs Soar; Latest 'Ominous Sign' In Europe.

Pakistan's Supreme Court Disqualifies Country's Prime Minister From Office. (DAWN)

Should Roger Clemens Go Into Baseball's Hall Of Fame?

Reprisal Killings In Nigeria After Islamist Group Kills 50 In 3 Church Bombings. (AP)

U.N's Global Development Summit In Brazil Draws Low Expectations. (Reuters)

Convicted Liberian War Criminal Charles Taylor To Appeal 50-Year Sentence. (AFP)

Tropical Storm Aims At Japan Today; Second Tropical Storm Could Approach By Friday. (AccuWeather)

Southern Baptists Prepare To Elect First African American President. (Times-Picayune)

189 Homes Now Destroyed In Huge Colorado Wildfire. (Denver Post)

Science Journal Alleges Romanian Prime Minister Plagiarized Thesis. (AP)



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