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Top Stories: Violent Philippine Protest; Baggage Fee Refunds

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Police Van Rams Protesters At Anti-U.S. Demonstration In Philippines.

-- New Rules Would Require Airlines To Refund Baggage Fees For Delayed Luggage.

And here are more early headlines:

Hundreds Flee Mosul As Iraqi Army Advances. (BBC)

European Space Probe To Land On Mars Today. (Space.com)

Chinese Astronauts Dock With Orbiting Lab. (NASA Spaceflight.com)

U.S. Astronaut, 2 Russian Cosmonauts Launch Into Space. (AP)

Germany Hosting 4 Party Talks On Ukraine. (Deutsche Welle)

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Oregon Wildlife Occupation Case Likely To Go To Jury Today. (KOPB)

Faculty At 14 Penn. Universities Go On Strike. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Record Heat Reaches Central And Eastern U.S. Today. (Weather.gov)

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