Morning roundup

Top Stories: Europe Vexed At Alleged U.S. Spying; Syrian Weapons

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— European Leaders: Trust Is At Stake Over Alleged U.S. Spying.

— Norway Says It Can't Destroy Syria's Chemical Weapons.

And here are more early headlines:

Sebelius Criticizes Her Detractors, Says Health Care Website Will Improve. (AP)

France Orders Large Anti-Terrorism Sweep In Mali. (France24)

FDA Moves For Tighter Control Over Painkillers. (The Hill)

International Court Rules Kenyan Official Must Attend His Trial. (VOA)

Thailand's Buddhist Patriarch Dies At 100. (UPI)

Italian Police Arrest Ring Of Corrupt Morticians. (Reuters)



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