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Top Stories: South Koreans Aren't Fazed; Syria Rejects Probe

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

-- North Korea's Warnings Bore More Than Alarm Those In South

-- Thatcher's Funeral Set For April 17

-- Book News: Margaret Thatcher Authorized A Posthumous Biography

-- 3 Things To Know About Louisville's Basketball Championship

Other stories making headlines:

-- "Syria Rejects Extended Chemical Weapons Probe." (The Guardian)

-- "Kerry, Netanyahu Claim Peace Progress." (The Washington Post)

-- 6.3-Magnitude Quake Shakes Western Iran. (U.S. Geological Survey)

-- "Mitch McConnell Joins Senate Gun Filibuster." (Politico)

-- Parts Of Plains States Getting Buried By Spring Snow; A Food Could Fall On South Dakota. (Argus Leader)

-- "Shooting Spree In Serbia Kills 13." (CNN)

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