Morning roundup

Top Stories: France To Arm Kurds; St. Louis Area Unrest Continues

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Iraq Update: France Will Arm Kurds; More Refugees Leave Mountain.

— Another Police Shooting Reported In St. Louis Suburb.

And here are more early headlines:

It's The Final Day Of The Temporary 3-Day Israeli-Palestinian Ceasefire. (CNN)

Canada To Donate Experimental Ebola Medicine To W.H.O. (BBC)

Ecuador Quake Kills Two, Injures Several. (Reuters)

Several Minnesota Incumbents Win Primary Challenges. (Minnesota Public Radio)

Up To 8 Inches Of Rain Pours On Baltimore-Washington Area. (

Tropical Depression In Pacific Expected To Become A Hurricane. (NHC)

Argentina Stops Pilots' Strike That Stranded Thousands. (AP)

Pope Francis Prepares To Fly To South Korea For Visit. (Yonhap)

Iranian Professor Becomes First Woman To Win Top Math Prize. (Time)



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