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Iran's nuclear samples and other headlines

Morning headlines: Iran's own experts take nuclear samples used for inspection, U.S. ups its worldwide refugee limit, Black Lives Matter won't endorse in 2016.

U.S. soldiers told to ignore sexual abuse of boys by Afghan allies. (New York Times)

Black Lives Matter skipping a 2016 presidential endorsement. (AP)

John Boehner interview: 'Garbage men get used to the smell of bad garbage.' (Politico)

George W. Bush made retroactive NSA 'fix' after hospital room showdown. (New York Times)

Kerry: U.S. to accept 85,000 refugees in 2016, 100,000 in 2017. (AP)

Raising refugee limit won't bring quick resettlement. (Bloomberg Politics)

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