Morning roundup

Top Stories: Kurdish Activists Slain; Would A Costly Coin Save The Debt Ceiling?

Good morning, here are our early stories:

Three Kurdish Activists Found Dead In Paris; 'Without Doubt An Execution'.

Crazy Or Canny? Talk Grows About $1 Trillion Platinum Coin.

And here are more early headlines:

Biden To Meet NRA Today On Gun Violence. (ABC)

Syria Fires Another Ballistic Missile At Rebels. (Reuters)

Two Swiss Passenger Trains Collide; At Least 17 Injured. (CNN)

Chinese Newspaper Publishes After Reported Deal With Government; Protests Continue. (VOA)

Indian Rape Victim To Blame For Horrific Crime, Says Defendants' Lawyer. (Bloomberg)

Investigators Examine N.J. Ferry That Crashed In Manhattan, Injuring At least 70. (AP)

Pod Of Killer Whales Trapped Under Ice In Northern Canada. (Ottawa Citizen)

Changing British Tradition: If Kate And William Have A Baby Girl, She'll Be 'Princess' Instead Of 'Lady'. (Independent)

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