Morning roundup

Top Stories: The Pope's Pontificate Begins; Uncertainty Over Chávez's Body

Good morning, here are our early stories:

Pope Francis Begins With Prayer, Turns To Challenges.

Chávez's Body Probably Won't Be On Permanent Display, New Leader Says.

And here are more early headlines:

Bombs In Baghdad Kill, Wound Dozens Of People. (Reuters)

France, Britain Push For End To Syrian Arms Embargo, Could Equip Rebels. (Telegraph)

Former Senior Khmer Rouge Leader Dies, Was On Trial For Genocide. (BBC)

Third Day Of Brooklyn Protests Over Fatal Police Shooting Of Teenager. (New York Times)

New York Gunman Suspected Of Killing Four Is Shot To Death By Police. (Utica Observer-Dispatch)

Scientists More Certain Of Possible 'God Particle' In Physics Research. (Bloomberg)

Michigan Gov. Expected To Name Detroit Emergency Financial Manager Today. (Detroit Free Press)

Senate Panel Prepares To Vote Today On Assault Weapons Ban. (AP)

Google To End Its Reader Service By July 1. (ComputerWorld)

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