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Top Stories: Reaction To U.S. Strike In Syria; March Jobless Report

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Russia Says U.S. Broke International Law In Striking Syria, Citing 'Pretext'.

-- Congress Reacts To Trump's Syria Missile Strike.

-- Only 98,000 New Jobs Were Created In March, Labor Department Says.

And here are more early headlines:

Chinese Leader Meeting With Trump In Wake Of Syria Strikes. (CNN)

Senate Expected To Confirm Supreme Court Nominee Gorsuch. (USA Today)

Woman Injured In Britain Terror Attack Has Died. (Newsweek)

DOJ Has New Concerns About Baltimore Consent Decree. (Baltimore Sun)

Hyundai, Kia To Recall 1.5 Million Vehicles. (Reuters)

Basque Separatists Will Unilaterally Disarm In Spain. (BBC)

South African Marchers To Protest President. (Reuters)

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