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Top Stories: Wikileaks Founder Speaks; More NATO Troop Deaths

Good afternoon - here are a few stories we're watching today.

Wikileaks' Assange Demands U.S. Cease 'Witch Hunt'.

Uniformed Afghan Kills NATO Servicemember; 3 NATO Troops Die In Roadside Bombing. (AP)

It's Eid-Al-Fitr - Worldwide Festival Marks End Of Islamic Holy Month Of Ramadan. (VOA)

Syrian President Assad Makes Rare Public Appearance, Marks Holiday At Mosque. (Bloomberg News)

Brothers Seek To Market Toilet Paper Emblazoned With Advertising. (Journal News)

Endurance Athlete Diana Nyad Attempts To Swim Unaided Between Cuba And Florida. (CNN)



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