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Romney's choice of Ryan reshapes race for White House

NORFOLK, Va. - Republican presidential candidate Mitt

Romney's selection of Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan as his

vice presidential running mate could dramatically shift the race

for the White House into a debate between two sharply

contrasting views of government spending, debt and its role in

the daily lives of Americans (USA-CAMPAIGN/ROMNEY (UPDATE 10),

moved, pix, by Steve Holland, 1,500 words)

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USA-CAMPAIGN/ROMNEY-TEAPARTY, moved, by Nick Carey, 850

words

USA-CAMPAIGN/ROMNEY-REACTION (FACTBOX, UPDATE 1), moved, 800

words

USA-CAMPAIGN/ROMNEY-QUOTES (FACTBOX), moved, 300 words

USA-CAMPAIGN/RYAN (FACTBOX), moved, 350 words

USA-CAMPAIGN/ROMNEY-MISTAKE (UPDATE 1), moved, 250 words

U.S., Turkey to study Syria no-fly zone

ALEPPO, Syria - The United States and Turkey indicate they

were studying a range of possible measures over Syria, including

a no-fly zone, as battles between rebels and President Bashar

al-Assad's forces shake Aleppo and the heart of

Damascus(SYRIA-CRISIS/ (WRAPUP 1), moved, pix, tv, by Hadeel Al

Shalchi, 1,000 words)

Iran earthquakes kill 180, injure 1,300

DUBAI - Two strong earthquakes kill 180 people and injure

another 1,300 in northwest Iran where rescuers frantically comb

through the rubble of dozens of villages (IRAN EARTHQUAKE/

(WRAPUP 1), moved, by Zahra Hosseinian, 600 words)

Three more U.S. soldiers killed in rogue Afghan attacks

KABUL - Three U.S. Marines are shot dead by an Afghan worker

on a military base in southern Afghanistan, in a deadly 24 hours

for NATO-led forces during which six American soldiers have been

killed in rogue attacks (AFGHANISTAN-SHOOTINGS (UPDATE 3),

moved, pix, tv, moved, by Rob Taylor, 650 words)

UNITED STATES

Divisions grip Disneyland's home after unrest

ANAHEIM, Calif. - Civil unrest over fatal police shootings

of two Hispanic men has divided the normally placid city best

known as the home of Disneyland and renewed calls by Anaheim's

growing Latino community for a greater say in local government

USA-ANAHEIM/ELECTIONS, moved, by Alex Dobuzinskis, 950 words)

After Curiosity, uncertainty lingers on NASA's Mars program

PASADENA, Calif. - This week's arrival of NASA's Mars rover

Curiosity set the stage for a potentially game-changing quest to

learn whether the planet most like Earth ever had a shot at

developing life, but follow-up missions exist only on drawing

boards (USA-MARS/NEXT), moved, pix, by Irene Klotz, 950 words)

U.S. back-to-school shoppers in no mood to splurge

It has been more than three years since the official end of

the brutal U.S. recession, but some U.S. shoppers say they are

not feeling better about the economy or their own finances, and

are spending only on essential items

(RETAIL-BACKTOSCHOOL/SHOPPERS), moved, by Dhanya Skariachan,

1,200 words)

MIDDLE EAST

Syrian rebels carve paths through buildings to avoid snipers

ALEPPO, Syria - Aleppo, Syria's biggest city and the engine

room of its economy, is seen as a vital prize by both sides in

the 17-month-old uprising against President Bashar al-Assad. A

Reuters crew joins a group from the rebel Seyoof al-Shahbaa

brigade on its way to reinforce 20 of their men

(SYRIA-CRISIS/SALAHEDDINE), moved, pix, by Hadeel Al Shalchi,

1,000 words)

OLYMPICS

Jamaica break relay record in stunning finale

LONDON - Usain Bolt and Jamaica's speed merchants smash the

4x100 metres world record, Britain's Mo Farah brings London to

its feet with another golden distance win and Mexico breaks

Brazilian soccer hearts in a thrilling penultimate day of

Olympic action (OLY-WRAP-EOD-DAY15/ (WRAPUP 5), moving shortly,

pix, tv, graphics, by Mitch Phillips, 900 words)