Morning roundup

Top Stories: Manning Sentencing; DEA Settles Abandonment Case

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Manning Could Face Decades In Prison; Hearing Starts Today.

— Forgotten In Cell For Days, Student Reaches $4.1 Million Settlement.

And here are more early headlines:

NSA Leaker's Father Says FBI Asked Him To Call Son Home. (Washington Post)

Polls Open In Zimbabwe; President Denies Vote Tampering. (The Telegraph)

Syria's President Joins Instagram, Doesn't Show War Images. (CNN)

Former Italian Leader Berlusconi Asks Court To Overturn Fraud Conviction. (BBC)

French Luxury Watch Store Robbed Days After Thief Stole Diamonds In Same Area. (The Associated Press)

EADS Changes Name to Airbus, Highlighting Role Of Aircraft. (Bloomberg)

Australia Finishing Kangaroo Cull To Stop Overgrazing. (Canberra Times)

Actress Eileen Brennan Dies, Received Oscar Nod For 'Private Benjamin.' (Los Angeles Times)



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