Morning roundup

U.S. Diplomatic Worker Killed; Chicago Teachers' Strike Enters Third Day

Good morning - here are some of our early headlines:

Protesters Attack U.S. Diplomatic Buildings in Egypt, Libya; One American Worker Killed. (CNN)

Chicago Teachers' Strike Starts Third Day, No Breakthrough Seen. (Chicago Tribune)

German Court Backs European Bailout Plan. (Wall Street Journal)

Two Factory Fires In Pakistan Kill At Least 191. (Voice Of America)

Obama Administration Approves First Group Of Immigrant Children Applying To Stay In U.S. (AP)

That Big Stink In Los Angeles? It's Decaying Matter From The Inland Salton Sea. (Los Angeles Times)

Apple Expected To Unveil New Smartphone Today. (WHEC)

FAMU Blames Hazing Victim For His Own Death; Parents Outraged. (ABC)

Calif. Refinery Pipe Was Corroded, Thinned Just Before Explosion Last Month. (San Francisco Chronicle)

Tropical Storm Nadine Strengthens Far Out In Atlantic, No Threat To Land. (National Hurricane Center)

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