Morning roundup

Top Stories: WikiLeaks' Assange To Leave Refuge; Ukraine Attack

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Photographer Recalls How Ebola Patients Were Carried Off In Liberia.

— WikiLeaks' Assange Says He'll Leave Embassy In London.

— Ukraine Reports of Attack On Civilian Convoy Near Luhansk.

And here are more early headlines:

National Guard On The Streets In Ferguson, Missouri. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

Obama Returns Briefly To Washington, Interrupting Vacation. (Los Angeles Times)

No Progress Reported In Ukraine-Russia Conflict. (Businessweek)

Arkansas Freight Train Collision Kills 2, Causes Brief Evacuation. (KARK)

A Strong Earthquake Shakes Iran, Injures Dozens. (CNN)

Nepal Flooding Worsens, Kills More Than 100. (Sky News Australia)

Car Of Saudi Prince Stopped In Paris, Robbed Of $335,000. (France24)

Cambridge University Seeking Candidate For PhD Of Chocolate. (BBC)

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