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Top Stories: New Suspected Ebola Case In U.S.; Hong Kong Protests

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Second Health Worker Tests Positive For Ebola At Dallas Hospital.

-- More Clashes In Hong Kong Between Police, Pro-Democracy Protesters.

-- Australian Novelist Richard Flanagan Awarded Booker Prize.

And here are more early headlines:

Court Backs Texas Voter ID Law; Says Too Close To Election To Change. (AP)

Hurricane Watch For Bermuda; Gonzalo Near A Category 4 Storm. (NHC)

U.S., Russia To Share ISIS Intel After Kerry, Lavrov Meet. (New York Times)

Koreas Hold First High Level Military Talks In 7 Years. (Guardian)

Bergdahl Investigation Finished, U.S. Army Writing Report. (Reuters)

Mozambique Votes As Citizens Focus On Economy, Not War. (VOA)

Conn. Police Kill Man Who Stabbed Bus Passengers On Freeway. (WTIC-TV)

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