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Top Stories: Tulsa Police Officer Acquitted; Soundgarden's Cornell Found Dead

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Tulsa Police Officer Is Found Not Guilty In Death Of Terence Crutcher.

-- Chris Cornell, Lead Singer Of Soundgarden And AudioSlave, Dies At 52.

-- Video Appears To Show Erdogan's Guards Clashing With D.C. Protesters.

And here are more early headlines:

Secret Recording Of Brazilian President Hints He Directed Bribes. (New York Times)

Further U.S., E.U. Discussion On Proposed Laptop Ban On Flights. (AP)

E.U. Fines Facebook $122 Million Over Misleading Information. (Wall Street Journal)

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U.S. Calls U.N. Security Council Meeting On Venezuela. (Bloomberg)

Central African Republic Refugees Stream Into Congo. (AFP)

Calif. Police Arrest Man Suspected Of Stealing Beehives. (KCBS)

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