Morning roundup

Top Stories: 2014 Boston Marathon; Murder Claim In Ferry Accident

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— It's Time To Run Again In Boston: Here's The Schedule.

— 'Murder', South Korean Leader Says Of Ferry Captain's Actions.

And here are more early headlines:

Russia Claims Ukraine Breaking New Accord On Protesters. (BBC)

Sherpas Consider Quitting After Everest's Deadliest Accident. (New York Times)

Japanese PM Offers Gift To Controversial Shrine, Infuriating China. (Reuters)

Car Hits South Florida Church During Easter Service, Several Hurt. (News-Press)

More Anti-Government Clashes Reported In Venezuela. (AFP)

Another Possible Meteor Spotted Over Russia, No Damage Reported. (NBC)

"Dick And Jane" Book Art To Be Auctioned. (AP)

Teenager Stows Away In Plane's Wheelwell, Flies To Hawaii. (Los Angeles Times)



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