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Top Stories: Debt Deal In Europe, Banks Swindled In Iran

Good morning.

It's already been a semi-busy day. Our early headlines:

European Debt Deal: Markets Rally Because It Could Have Been Worse

'Horrific' Situation Led Bernard And Ruth Madoff To Try Suicide, She Says

Economy Grew At 2.5 Percent Rate In Third Quarter

Cities Aim To Control 'Occupy' Protests, But Oakland Clashes Loom Large

Meanwhile, other top headlines include:

— "Iran's Largest Banks Swindled Out Of $2.6 Billion." (Morning Edition)

— "Floods Inch Closer To Heart Of Thailand's Capital." (The Associated Press)

— "Turkey Earthquake: Deaths Rise To 523." (BBC News)

— "10 Arrested In $1 Billion Long Island Rail Road Disability Scheme." (The New York Times' City Room blog)

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