Morning roundup

Top Stories: Turkish Mine Blast; Europe Chooses Privacy Rules

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Death Toll Passes 200 In Turkish Coal Mine Explosion.

— 'I'm Happy,' Says Man Whose Case Changed Europe's Rules For Google.

And here are more early headlines:

Latest Round Of Iran Nuclear Talks Open In Vienna. (Reuters)

Ukraine Hosts Talks Aimed At New Dialogue With Separatists. (BBC)

Vietnamese Protesters Burn Chinese Factories In Territorial Feud. (VOA)

3 Astronauts Back As Russia To Stop Space Station Cooperation. (Washington Post)

Newark, N.J. Councilman Baracka Wins Mayoral Race. (Star-Ledger)

Primary Results From Nebraska, West Virginia. (U.S. News & World Report)

Samsung Will Pay Semiconductor Plant Workers With Cancer Claims. (Bloomberg)

Christie's Holds Record Breaking Art Auction Featuring Warhol, Bacon. (Businessweek)

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