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NPR logo Top Stories: Kurds Cross Turkey To Fight In Syria; Zambia's President Dies

Top Stories: Kurds Cross Turkey To Fight In Syria; Zambia's President Dies

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Kurdish Fighters Begin Using Turkish Crossing To Reach Kobani.

— Zambian President Dies While Being Treated Abroad.

— Royals Force Game 7, Rest Bullpen In Dominant 10-0 Win.

And here are more early headlines:

Nurse Plans To Sue Over Maine Ebola Quarantine Rules. (USA Today)

Sex Offender Implicated In Slayings Of 7 Women To Appear In Court. (AP)

North Dakota's Top Court Limits Drug-Induced Abortions. (Bismark Times)

Report: North Korea Executes Several Workers Party Members. (Telegraph)

Scores Of People Feared Dead In Sri Lanka Landslide. (Colombo Page)

Navajo Leader Vetoes Bill Easing Language Requirement For Top Office. (AZ Central)

FTC Sues AT&T Over Alleged False Promises Of Unlimited Data. (Slate)

British "Naked Rambler" Loses Case To Hike In The Buff. (The Independent)