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Top Headlines: Cain Recalls 'Settlement,' MF Global Being Probed

Good morning.

Our early posts were:

-- Herman Cain Now Recalls 'Settlement' With Accuser.

-- Hundreds Of Millions Missing From MF Global, 'New York Times' Reports.

-- Stunned By Greek Plan For Bailout Referendum, Markets Drop.

Other top headlines of the day include:

-- "New Signs Of Syria-Pakistan Nuke Tie." (The Associated Press)

-- "Official Admits 'Mistake' In Gun-Trafficking Case." (Morning Edition)

-- Climate Scientists Warn About More Frequent "Weather Catastrophes." (The Associated Press)

-- "Turkey Hosts Afghanistan-Pakistan Talks." (Reuters)

-- "China 'Targeted 48 Chemical And Military Companies In Hacking Attack.' " (The Guardian).

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