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Top Stories: Olympics Close In Rio; Deadly Turkish Suicide Bombing

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Suicide Bombing At Turkish Wedding Carried Out By Child, Pinned On ISIS.

-- Rio Dances: Closing Ceremony For The 2016 Summer Olympics.

And here are more early headlines:

Housing Shortage In Baton Rouge After Devastating Louisiana Floods. (The Advocate)

Suspected Mali Militant On Trial For Destroying Artifacts In Timbuktu. (BBC)

NIH Official Warns Zika Could Develop In Flooded Louisiana. (The Hill)

Wildfires Burning Out Of Control Near Spokane. (Spokesman-Review)

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Kerry Visiting African Countries To Discuss Counterterrorism. (AP)

Philippines Won't Leave U.N., Despite Criticism Over Killings. (South China Morning Post)

Three Tropical Storms Menace Japan. (Weather.com)

North Korea Threatens Action Over U.S., South Korean Drills. (Yonhap)

Maine Police Looking For 10-Foot Snake On The Loose. (Washington Post)

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