Morning roundup

Top Stories: G7 Meets On Ukraine; Plane Hunters See More Objects

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Ukraine Orders Its Troops Out Of Crimea As G7 Meets On Crisis.

— Planes Spot More Floating Objects As Airliner Search Continues.

— 8 Dead, Many Still Missing In Washington State Mudslide.

And here are more early headlines:

Obama Begins European Visit In Netherlands, Crimea Leads Talks. (AP)

Egypt Sentences Hundreds Of Muslim Brotherhood Activists To Death. (Reuters)

Turkey Shoots Down Syrian Jet In Alleged Airspace Violation. (BBC)

"Extremely Serious" Oil Spill Blocks Houston Ship Channel. (USA Today)

Unclear If Michigan To Recognize New Same Sex Marriages. (Detroit Free Press)

French Anti-Immigrant Party Ahead In Municipal Election Returns. (Telegraph)

More U.S. Troops Join Uganda Search For Warlord Kony. (New York Times)



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