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Top Stories: Mueller's 1st Anniversary On The Job; Hawaiian Volcano Dangers

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- One Year Into The Job, 3 Big Lessons About Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

-- 'Ballistic Blocks' Shooting From Kilauea's Crater, USGS Says.

-- 'Please Help Me!' American Caught In Venezuelan Prison Riot Pleads On Video.

-- Japanese Rail Operator Says Sorry For 'Inexcusable' Departure 25 Seconds Early.

And here are more early headlines:

WHO Says Ebola Case Discovered In Populous Congolese City. (BBC)

Trump Meeting NATO Secretary General At White House. (The Hill)

Israel Carries Out Airstrikes In Gaza Against Hamas. (Haaretz)

U.K. Finds Broken System In Review Of Deadly Apartment Building Fire. (Guardian)

Malaysian Police Search Sites Linked To Former P.M. (Reuters)

Calif. Mother Accused Of Abusing 10 Children. (NBC)

E.U., Balkan Nations Hold First Summit In 15 Years. (RFE/RL)

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