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Top Stories: Missouri Arrest; Beer Merger Advances

Good morning, here our our early stories:

-- Anheuser-Busch InBev And SABMiller Agree On Merger Terms.

-- Police Arrest Person Suspected Of Threatening Black Students At Missouri.

And here are more early headlines:

Blizzard Conditions, Storms In Rockies, Plains Today. (NWS)

Thousands March In Kabul For Victims Beheaded By Militants. (AFP)

Defense Bill Passes Senate, Forbids Guantanamo Closure. (New York Times)

106 Indictments From Deadly Waco, Texas Biker Brawl. (Reuters)

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Election Results Trickle Back In Myanmar, Opposition Holds Lead. (CNN)

White Supremacist Sentenced To Death For Hate Killings. (Kansas City Star)

E.U., African Nations Holding Summit On Slowing Migrant Flow. (Financial Times)

Slovenia Erecting Border Fence To Deter Migrants. (PBS Newshour)

Russia Proposes New Syrian Constitution, Presidential Elections. (AP)

Alibaba's "Singles Day" Sales Event Busts Record. (CNBC)

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