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Top Stories: U.S. Considers Migrant Aid; Pope Francis On Annulments

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- U.S. Weighs Offering More Help As Migrants Arrive In Europe.

-- Announcing Reform, Pope Francis Smooths Process To Annul Marriages.

And here are more early headlines:

Illinois Officer Buried As Manhunt Continues For Murder Suspects. (Chicago Sun-Times)

Koreas Agree To Family Reunions After Diplomatic Talks. (CNN)

China Marks 50th Anniversary Of Control Of Tibet. (AP)

Venezuela Closes More Of Its Border With Colombia. (Deutsche Welle)

Suu Kyi Opens Campaigning For Myanmar's Upcoming Election. (Guardian)

Advice On Getting Tickets To See Pope Francis In Philadelphia. (AP)

Queen Elizabeth Poised To Become Britain's Longest Reigning Monarch. (Parade)

Spear Tip Stolen From King Kamehameha's Statue In Hawaii. (KITV-TV)

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Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.
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