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Top Stories: Former Murdoch Editors Charged; More Syrian Violence

Good Tuesday morning - we're following these news stories:

Former Murdoch Editors Face Criminal Charges In U.K. Phone Hacking Scandal.

Fierce Fighting Continues In Syria's Largest City, Home To Bashar Loyalists. (VOA)

Britain Calls Up Additional 1,200 Troops For Olympic Security. (CNN)

VIDEO: After Trade, Ichiro Says Sayonara To Seattle With Hit As A Yankee.

Fears Grow That Spain Will Seek International Bailout After Its Borrowing Costs Soar. (Bloomberg)

Powerful Typhoon Vicente Slams China, Hong Kong, Storms Toward Thailand. (Phuket Gazette)

Philadelphia Monsignor Awaits Sentence In Sexual Abuse Concealment Case. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

First Of Eight Trials Opens For Soldiers Accused Of Hazing Asian-American Soldier To Death. (Reuters)

Amelia Earhart Expedition Returns With No Images Of Her Fate. (AP)

New Yorkers Get Their Say On Proposed Ban On Big, Sugary Sodas. (WNBC)

Singer Mariah Carey To Join 'American Idol' Judging Panel. (MTV)

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