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Top Stories: Syria's Shaky Government; Bulgarian Suicide Bombing

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

As Fighting Rages In Damascus, Survival Of Assad's Regime Is In Doubt.

Video May Show Suicide Bomber Who Attacked Bus In Bulgaria.

Former Egyptian Vice President And Intelligence Chief Omar Suleiman Dies In U.S. (Reuters)

Ramadan Starts At Sundown, Muslims Begin Their Holiest Month Of The Year. (BeliefNet)

Widening U.S. Drought Means Some Higher Food Prices. (USA Today)

Zimmerman Sorry For Trayvon Martin's Death, Terms It 'God's Plan'. (Miami Herald)

New Inquiry Into Plane Crash That Killed UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold In 1961. (Guardian)

Russian Muslim Leader Shot And Killed, Had Criticized Islamist Violence. (BBC)

3 European Hostages Freed In Mali After 10 Months, Fly To Burkina Faso. (AP)

Television's 64th Emmy Award Nominations Out Today. (Los Angeles Times)

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