Top Stories: Phoenix Murder Suspect Detained; Jakarta Blasphemy Case

May 9, 2017

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Phoenix Police Announce A Break In The ‘Serial Street Shooter’ Case.

— Jakarta’s Minority Christian Governor Convicted Of Blasphemy.

And here are more early headlines:

Polls Close In South Korea’s Presidential Election. (New York Times)

Report: Trump Considers Moving U.S. Troops To Afghanistan. (Washington Post)

Trump Weighing U.S. Role In Paris Climate Accord. (AFP)

Former French Leader Seeks Role With Macron Government. (BBC)

France Clearing Migrant Camp Near Paris. (Reuters)

Venezuelan Police Use Tear Gas; Hundreds Evacuate, Including Children. (AP)

Texas To Sue Local Officials Who Don’t Back Sanctuary Cities Ban. (Los Angeles Times)

Owners Of Dead Giant Rabbit Furious With United Airlines Over Handling. (Des Moines Register)

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