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Top Stories: Chinese Markets Continue Fall; Koreas Reach Agreement

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Chinese Markets Stumble Again, But World Markets Stabilized.

-- After Days Of Talks, Tense Standoff, North And South Korea Reach Detente.

And here are more early headlines:

U.S. Dispatching F-22 Jets To Europe To Reassure NATO Allies. (Guardian)

Milwaukee Catholic Archdiocese Files Bankruptcy Plan To Compensate Sex Abuse Victims. (AP)

Navajo Nation Won't Use River Water Near Mine Spill, Will Lose Crops. (Denver Post)

Sewage Spill Closes Hawaii's Waikiki Beach, Spills On Streets. (KHNL-TV)

German Shelter For Migrants Burned; No Injuries. (AP)

Court Rules Russia Should Pay Greenpeace For Impounding Ship. (AFP)

IndyCar Driver Justin Wilson Dies After Race Injury. (IndyCar)

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