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DALLAS (AP) — Stormy weather in Texas this morning has caused delays and cancellations at Dallas airports. More than 100 flights have been canceled at Dallas-Fort Worth International and at Love Field. Delays have been averaging about an hour at DFW and 30 minutes at Love Field, according to the flight tracking website FlightAware.

HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) — Three suspects are in custody in the shooting deaths of two police officers during a traffic stop last evening in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. A state law enforcement spokesman says two of the suspects, a man and a woman, are charged with capital murder. Local reports say one of the officers killed was a newcomer to the force and the other had been honored as "Officer of the Year."

KUMANOVO, Macedonia (AP) — Macedonia's prime minister says an armed group involved in bloody battles with the police this weekend had aimed to attack state buildings, malls and sports events. He says the group was made up of around 40 well-trained fighters who had participated in operations in the region and the Middle East. Authorities say eight police officers and 14 alleged attackers were killed in the fighting in the Balkan country.

BAGHDAD (AP) — Bombings in and around the Iraqi capital have killed at least 14 people today. In one attack, a car bomber struck a police and army checkpoint north of Baghdad, killing five security force members and wounding 10. The attacks came as authorities tightened security measures in Baghdad ahead of a major Shiite religious event that draws thousands of vulnerable pilgrims.

JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Authorities in Indonesia say boats carrying nearly 600 Bangladeshis and long-persecuted Muslims from Myanmar have landed in western Indonesia. Thousands more are believed to be stranded at sea. The International Organization for Migration in Jakarta says three of the four vessels that arrived had apparently been abandoned by smugglers and the fourth ran out of fuel. The group is sending teams to the area in Aceh (AH'-cheh) province where the boats offloaded.

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