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Top Stories: Greece Latest; Pope Francis In South America

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Latest On Greek Crisis: Finance Minister Resigns, As EU Leaders Meet.

-- In Ecuador, Pope Begins Three-Nation Tour.

And here are more early headlines:

Kerry Cools Talk Of Imminent Iran Nuclear Deal. (Bloomberg)

Bombs Kill Dozens In Nigeria At A Mosque, Church And Restaurant. (International Business Times)

Philippines Reports Two Cases Of Respiratory Illness, MERS. (BBC)

South Carolina Lawmakers To Open Debate On Confederate Flag. (The State)

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Smoke From Canadian Fires Makes Washington State Hazy. (KING-TV)

Spain's Annual "Running Of The Bulls" Begins Today. (Bleacher Report)

Burt Shavitz Dies At 80; Founded Burt's Bees. (Time)

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