Morning roundup

Top Stories: Children Slain In Nigerian Attack; Bitcoin Woes

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— More Than Two Dozen Boys Killed In Attack On Nigerian School.

— Bitcoin Exchange Mt. Gox Goes Dark After Theft Report.

— Missing Mango Mystery Solved, Here Are The Juicy Details.

And here are more early headlines:

Protests Grow In Venezuela, Turn Deadly. (New York Times)

Former Guantanamo Detainee Arrested In British Terror Raid. (Guardian)

Polio-Like Illness Strikes A Handful Of California Children. (San Jose Mercury News)

Trial Opens Over Michigan's Ban On Same-Sex Marriage. (Detroit News)

The "Polar Vortex" Returns To Midwest, East. (AccuWeather)

Pacific Nations Talks Fail To Reach U-S Backed Trade Pact. (Bloomberg)

How People In China Cope With Smog. (Xinhua)

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