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Top News: Gadhafi Says He's Still In Libya; Nevada Mourns Shooting Victims

Good morning!

The news we've already posted about, today:

-- Texas Wildfires Rage On With More Than 1,000 Homes Destroyed

-- The Day After: Who Came Out On Top In The GOP Debate

And here some other stories making headlines:

-- "European Central Bank Leaves Key Rate On Hold" (Wall Street Journal)

-- "John Galliano Found Guilty Of Racist And Antisemitic Abuse" (The Guardian)

-- Gadhafi Releases New Audio Tape, Denies Leaving Libya (The Telegraph)

-- "Newly Published Audio Provides Real-Time View of 9/11 Attacks" (The New York Times)

-- "Mexico expanding investigation of deadly Monterrey casino fire" (The Los Angeles Times)

-- "Proposed changes in military benefits worry troops" (USA Today)

-- "'Heartbroken' Nevada mourns IHOP victims" (MSNBC)

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Eyder Peralta is NPR's East Africa correspondent based in Nairobi, Kenya.