Morning roundup

Top Stories: No Pope Yet; Iditarod Winner Is Veteran Musher

Good Wednesday morning, here are our early stories:

No Pope Yet: Black Smoke Rises After Morning Votes On Day 2 Of Conclave.

Winning Musher Is Oldest Champion In Iditarod History.

And here are more early headlines:

Snow Turns To Ice As Freezing Conditions Slow European Travel. (BBC)

Greenland Voters Choose New Government, Possibly First Female Prime Minister. (Bloomberg)

Kurdish Rebels Release 8 Turkish Hostages. (Al Jazeera)

Unemployed Tunisian Vendor Who Burned Himself Has Died. (CNN)

Dutch Officials Boost Terror Threat Level. (Dutch News)

Thousands Of Dead Pigs Pulled From Shanghai Rivers. (Wall Street Journal)

Tugboat Strikes Louisiana Pipeline, Triggering Explosion, Fire. (Reuters)

Illinois Golfer Survives Plunge Into 18-Foot Sinkhole. (Yahoo Sports)



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