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Early Headlines: Euro Bailout Fund OK'd; More Listeria Deaths Feared

Good morning.

Earlier, we passed along word about:

-- Reports: Saudi King Cancels Lashing Sentence Against Woman Who Drove

-- Baseball Stunners: Red Sox, Braves Suffer 'Big, Historic' Collapses

Other stories making headlines this morning include:

-- "German Lawmakers Pass Expanded Euro Bailout Fund." (Morning Edition)

-- "Canteloupe-Linked Listeria's Toll Expected To Keep Rising." At least 13 people have died. (The Denver Post)

Related: "Growing Listeria Outbreak In Cantaloupe Prompts Focus On Prevention." (The Salt)

-- "Detention Extended For Four More Months" for Jared Loughner. Tucson shooting rampage suspect is getting mental-health treatment. (The Arizona Republic)

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