Morning roundup

Top Stories: New Anti-U.S. Protests; Suit Filed Against Anti-Muhammad Cartoons

Good morning, here are our early stories:

Pakistani Students Burst Barricades In Latest Protest Linked To Anti-Islam Video.

And here are more morning headlines:

Syrian Group Files Complaint Against French Paper's Muhammad Cartoons. (BBC)

Actress In Anti-Islam Film Clip Seeks Injunction, Claims Fraud And Slander. (AP)

Government Attack Helicopter Crashes In Damascus, Syrian Rebels Claim Responsibility. (VOA)

Party Quits Weakened Indian Government Over Controversial Gas Hikes, Economic Reforms. (Reuters)

CBO Estimates Another 6 Million Will Pay Penalty For Coverage Under Affordable Care Act. (Bloomberg News)

Riot At Calif.'s New Folsom Prison Injures 13 Inmates, Guards Fire Weapons. (NBC)

Prosecutors Seek 10 New Charges Against Colorado Movie Theater Shooter, Or 152 In All. (Denver Post)

Topless Photos Of Kate, Duchess Of Cambridge, Published By Swedish Paper. (Guardian)

Calif. Theme Park Ride Stops, Leaving Riders Stranded Hundreds Of Feet In The Air For Hours. (Los Angeles Times)



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