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Top Stories: June Jobs Report, Syrian General Defects

Happy Friday! We're following these stories today:

After May's 'Lousy' News, Will June's Jobs Report Be Much Better?

Syrian General Defects, Heads To France As Assad's Opponents Meet There.

Justice For Argentina's 'Stolen Children'; 2 Dictators Convicted.

Britain Arrests 7 In Fourth Terrorism Raid This Week. (ABC)

UN Accuses Militants In Mali Of Brutalizing Children. (AFP)

Catastrophic Waldo Fire In Colorado 95 Percent Contained. (Denver Post)

Tropical Storm Daniel Is In The Pacific Ocean And Rushing Away From Land. (NHC)

2012 Running Of The Bulls Kicks Off In Spain. (Huffington Post)

Family Selling 1928 Lou Gehrig Home Run Baseball To Pay Debt. (ESPN)

Police Followed Trail Of Potato Chips To Locate Burglary Suspect. (AP)



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