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Top Stories: Markets Drop; Americans Freed By Iran Are With Their Families

Good morning.

Our early headlines were:

-- After The Execution: Relief For Victim's Mom; Anguish For Davis' Supporters

-- Backburner Or Frontburner? Views Vary On Palestinian Strategy At UN

Other news that's making headlines:

-- "The Fed's Latest Moves May Fall Flat, Experts Say." (Morning Edition)

Related: "Global Stocks Tumble After Latest Move by the Fed." (The New York Times)

-- Americans Freed By Iran "Catching Up With Family." (CBS/AP)

-- "White Supremacist Executed For Dragging Death Of James Byrd Jr." (The Dallas Morning News)

-- France Imposes First Fines On Women For Wearing Full-Face Veils. (BBC News)

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