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Top Stories: Persistent Unrest In Egypt; Chemical Fears In Syria

Dec 6, 2012

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Good morning, here are our early stories:

In Cairo: Several Killed, Hundreds Injured, Tanks Deployed As Clashes Continue.

Syria: Clinton To Meet Russian Diplomat; Sarin Fears Continue.

Royal Watch: Kate Is Released From Hospital.

And here are more early headlines:

Bomb Wounds Afghan Intelligence Chief. (AP)

Obama To Visit Virginia Family To Discuss Perils Of Fiscal Cliff. (Politico)

Same Sex Marriage Licenses Available Today In Washington, Some Maryland Counties. (Seattle Post-Intelligencer; WRC-TV)

Typhoon Bopha Kills 475 In Philippines. (AFP)

Federal Government Moves To Block Production Of 'Nap Nannies' After Deaths Of 5 Infants. (CNN)

Grammy Award Nominations Favor Fun., Mumford & Sons And Frank Ocean. (USA Today)

Kobe Bryant Becomes 5th (And Youngest) NBA Star To Score 30,000 Career Points. (Reuters)

Australian PM Gillard Spoofs End-Of-The-World Mayan Calendar With Fake Address. (Time)

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