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U.S. fights in Afghanistan and other headlines

Morning headlines: U.S. forces dispatched to help in Kunduz, executions in Georgia and Oklahoma, Kim Davis' lawyer says the Pope met with her in DC.

U.S. planes strike near Kunduz airport as fight rages on. (New York Times)

U.S. troops dispatched to Kunduz to help Afghan forces. (Washington Post)

U.S. military favors keeping troops in Afghanistan past 2016. (AP)

Trump courts televangelists. (Politico)

Kelly Gissendaner executed in Georgia. (Atlanta Journal Constitution)

Richard Glossip execution set for today in Oklahoma despite innocence claim. (AP)

Kim Davis' lawyer says Pope Francis met with her last week. (NBC News)

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