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Top Stories: Americans Among Brussels Dead; 6 Detained In Belgian Raid

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Americans Were Among Those Killed In Brussels Attacks, Kerry Says.

— Belgian Authorities Detain 6 People In Raids Across Brussels.

— IRS And Cybercriminals Step Up Spy Vs. Spy Efforts. Who's Winning?

— NRA Rewrites Fairy Tales With More Firearms, Less Bloodshed.

And here are more early headlines:

U.S., Russia To Work On Shoring Up Syrian Truce. (New York Times)

Indiana Governor Signs Controversial Abortion Ban. (Indianapolis Star)

North Korea Says It Arrests Korean-American On Spying Charge. (Reuters)

Train Strikes Truck, Derails In Eastern Minnesota, Causing Blast. (Grand Forks Herald)

Report: Verizon Business Unit Is Hacked, 1.5 Million Customers Affected. (KrebsonSecurity)

Chinese Vaccine Scandal Widens, Dozens Arrested. (South China Morning Post)

Microsoft Takes Down Web App That Was Making Racist Tweets. (Business Insider)

The Rolling Stones Playing Free Concert In Cuba. (Billboard)

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