Morning roundup

Top Stories: U.S. Economy Slightly Weaker; Storms Batter The East

Happy Friday! We're looking at these stories this morning:

Economy Slowed Further In Second Quarter.

Derecho, the Sequel: Storm Roars Over Pennsylvania And New York.

In London, The Games Are Afoot.

Activists Report Heavy Fighting In Aleppo, Syria's Largest City. (VOA)

Chinese Woman Accused Of Poisoning British Man Is Held Incommunicado By Chinese Police. (Washington Post)

China Orders Limit To Flooding Coverage After Outraged Victims Start Compiling Private Death Tolls. (AP)

Afghan Militant Attacks Against NATO Forces Rose 11% In The Past Three Months. (AP)

Cyprus Officials To Charge Man With Plotting Terrorism, Had Tracked Israeli Tourists. (Cyprus Mail)

Ousted Head Of Oldest Black U.S. Fraternity Seeks His Job Back In A Georgia Court. (Atlanta Journal Constitution)

Bird Hits Boy In The Face On Six Flags Coaster, Causing Minor Injuries. (Asbury Park Press)



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