Morning roundup

Top Stories: Ukrainian Truce Breaks; Jobless Claims Down

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— 'Absolute Chaos' in Kiev: Truce Collapses, Death Toll Rises.

— Dip In Jobless Claims Seen As Sign Of Better Times Ahead.

— In Venezuela, Another Beauty Queen's Death Adds To Anger.

And here are our early headlines:

Progress Reported As Latest Round Of Iran Nuke Talks Concludes. (VOA)

2 Ex-Navy Seals Found Dead Aboard Ship That Inspired "Captain Phillips" Film. (L.A.Times)

Libya To Recognize Women Raped In Uprising As War Victims. (BBC)

North, South Korean Families Divided By War, Reunite. (CNN)

New Radioactive Leak Detected At Wrecked Fukushima Nuclear Plant. (Reuters)

Data Breach At University Of Maryland Affects 300,000. (Washington Post)

Mississippi Church Floor Collapses, Injuring 15, None Seriously. (AP)

Somebody Won The Powerball! Ticket Sold In California. (San Jose Mercury News)

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