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Top Stories: 'Caravan' Migrants Seek Asylum; Vatican Official Faces Charges

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Some 'Caravan Migrants' Allowed To Apply For U.S. Asylum.

-- Cardinal George Pell To Face Sexual Assault Charges In Australia.

-- In Japan, Old Robot Dogs Get A Buddhist Send Off.

And here are more early headlines:

Report: Mueller's Questions For President Trump. (New York Times)

Pompeo Says Israeli Documents On Iran Nuclear Program Are Authentic. (BBC)

Central, Southern Plains Face Chance Of Severe Weather. (AccuWeather)

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U.S. Servicemember Killed In Afghanistan, Another Wounded. (NATO)

South Korean Leader Asks U.N. to Verify North Korean Promises. (Yonhap)

South American Pirates Attack Suriname Fishermen. (AP)

Scientists Map The Genome Of A Rose. (New York Times)

Taekwondo Master, Jhoon Rhee, Dies. (WJLA)

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