Morning roundup

Top Stories: Deadly Algerian Raid; Livestrong On Armstrong Doping News

Good morning, here are our early stories:

Deadly Hostage Crisis Continues In Algeria.

Livestrong 'Disappointed' By Lance Armstrong, But Still Grateful To Him.

And here are more early headlines:

With French Support, Mali's Army Says It Retakes Key Town From Militants. (Bloomberg)

Huge Explosion Strikes Aleppo, Syria, Casualties Reported. (Reuters)

Flooding Paralyzes Indonesian Capital; Several People Dead. (VOA)

Body Of Poisoned Lotto Winner To Be Exhumed Today. (Chicago Tribune)

Successor Named For Irish Catholic Bishop Criticized For Handling Of Sex Abuse Cases. (Irish Times)

Toyota Settles Sudden Acceleration Suit Linked To Two Utah Deaths, More Cases Pending. (AP)

Sweltering Australia Sets New Heat Records As Bush Fires Bloom. (ABC)

Michele Obama Launches @FLOTUS Twitter Account. (AP)



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