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10 Things to Know for Today

Your daily look at late breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. PROTESTS MARK ANNIVERSARY

Protesters tried to break into the Hong Kong legislature as thousands prepared to march on the anniversary of the former British colony's return to China.

2. ISRAELI SETTLEMENTS FUNDED BY US DUTY FREE MAGNATES

An Associated Press investigation shows a Florida family has donated at least $5.6 million to settler groups in the West Bank and east Jerusalem funding synagogues, schools and social services along with far-right causes considered extreme even in Israel.

3. 'OH MY GOD. THEY'RE GOING TO CRASH'

Ten people were killed at a suburban Dallas airport when a small aircraft struggled to gain altitude after taking off.

4. WHO MAY NOT MAKE NEXT DEMOCRATIC DEBATE

Short on support and money and bound by tough party rules, once soaring politicians may soon be seen as also-rans, including Julian Castro, Kirsten Gillibrand and Cory Booker. 5. WHALING RESUMES IN JAPAN

Whaling boats embarked on their first commercial hunts since 1988, a long-cherished goal of traditionalists that's seen as a largely lost cause. 6. SOUTH KOREA MILITARY DETECTS 'UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT'  

A day after U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met at the border and agreed to resume diplomacy the object was spotted flying near the border with the north. 7. CONGRESSMAN TO ARGUE POLITICAL BIAS

Rep. Duncan Hunter, accused of looting his own campaign cash to finance vacations, golf and other personal expenses, is trying to get the charges dismissed. 8. DROWNED MIGRANTS TO BE BURIED

The young father and daughter who died in each other's arms in an attempt to swim across the Rio Grande to the United States have been returned to El Salvador for an expected burial at a private ceremony in the capital.

9. TRUST ISSUES LEAD TO RESTRICTIONS

Japan is imposing restrictions on exports to South Korea, citing a decline in "relations of international trust" between the Asian neighbors. 10. A WARRIOR NO MORE All-Star forward Kevin Durant is heading to the Brooklyn Nets after three seasons with Golden State.

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