Morning roundup

Top Stories: Virginia Tech Shooting, Renewed Protests In Syria

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Slain Virginia Tech Officer's Dash Cam Shows Suspected Shooter.

U.K. Isolated As Euro Nations Move Ahead On New Pact.

'Inferno' At Hospital In India Kills Scores, Staff Accused Of Running.

Other top stories:

— "Syria: Homs Massacre Warning." (The Guardian)

— "Missing Ex-FBI Agent In Hostage Video: 'Help Me.' " (The Associated Press)

— "UN Climate Talks 'Approaching Decision Time.' " (BBC News)

— "U.S. Appeals Court Seems Unlikely To Dismiss Ruling Against Prop. 8." (Los Angeles Times)



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