Morning roundup

Top Stories: The 2012 Nobel Peace Prize Winner; The Vice Presidential Debate

Happy Friday! Here are our early stories:

The European Union Wins The 2012 Nobel Peace Prize.

5 Takeaways From The Vice Presidential Debate.

And here are more early headlines:

Turkey Sends Fighter Jets To Border After Syrian Chopper Bombs Turkish Town. (Reuters)

Wounded Pakistani Girl In Critical But Satisfactory Condition After Taliban Attack. (BBC)

Chinese Nobel Literature Winner Hopes Chinese Nobel Peace Prize Winner Is Freed. (VOA)

Report: Israeli Prime Minister Held Talks With Syria Before Civil War Erupted. (AP)

25% Of Greece's Workforce Doesn't Have A Job. (Bloomberg)

Fourth Victim Still Sought In Florida Garage Collapse. (Miami Herald)

Following Teachers' Strike, Chicago Schools CEO Out After 17 Months On Job. (Chicago Tribune)

Quran Burning Rev. Terry Jones Denied Entry To Canada. (Globe and Mail)

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