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Top Stories: Koreas Open Diplomatic Talks; Will Trump Speak With Mueller?

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- A Trump Interview With Robert Mueller Would Follow Presidential Tradition.

-- At Inter-Korea Talks, Pyongyang Agrees To Send Athletes, Cheerleaders To Olympics.

-- U.S. Spy Satellite Reportedly 'Write Off' After Failing To Reach Orbit.

-- Weather Hampers Effort To Put Out Tanker Blaze In East China Sea.

And here are more early headlines:

Trump To Meet Bipartisan Senate Group Today On DACA. ( CNN)

Syria Claims Damage From Israeli Airstrikes. ( Jerusalem Post)

California Flooding May Trigger Mudslides In Burn Areas. ( NWS)

Reporters Seek Information On Detained Reuters Journalists' Case In Myanmar. ( Reuters)

South Korea To Keep Agreement Concerning "Comfort Women". ( Korea Herald)

Cyclone Kills At Least 29 In Madagascar. ( VOA)

Trump Administration Gets Controversial Road In Alaska. ( Alaska Public Media)

Man Arrested 30 Times For Stealing Trains, Buses Will Get Mental Health Treatment. ( AP)

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