Morning roundup

Top Stories: Deadly Train Crash; Manning Trial Nears End

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

'Scene From Hell' At Site Of Spanish Train Crash.

Bo Xilai, Disgraced Chinese Official, Is Indicted.

Book News: Jane Austen To Replace Darwin On The 10-Pound Note.

Other stories making headlines:

— "Closing Arguments Due In Manning Leaks Case." (The New York Times)

— "Israel's Shalom Says Good Chance Talks To Start July 30." (Bloomberg News)

— "Third Woman Comes Forward In Filner Harassment Scandal." (KPBS)

— "Campaign Playbook for Weiner's Opponents: Stay Out of the Way." (WNYC)

— "Snowden Reads 'Crime And Punishment' As Stay In Moscow Airport Lengthens." (Time)

— Thanks To New Prince, "George" Will Gain In Popularity As Name For British Boys. (The Telegraph)

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