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Top Stories: Wall Street Poised For Volatility; Russian Athletes Appeal Bans

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Asian Markets Follow Wall Street, With Stocks Suffering Sharp Losses.

-- 32 Russian Athletes Appeal Doping Bans In Hopes Of Competing In Pyongcheong.

-- Zimbabwe's Opposition Leader Morgan Tsvangirai "Critically Ill".

And here are more early headlines:

Pence Appears Open To Meeting North Korean Officials. (Washington Post)

Report: Bannon Meeting With House Panel Is Delayed. (AP)

Trump To Create "National Vetting Center" To Screen Visitors. (CNN)

Colorado Deputy Killed; 3rd To Die Since Dec. 31st. (Denver Post)

Polish President To Sign Controversial Holocaust Bill. (Washington Post)

South African President Pressured To Quit, Calls Cabinet Meeting. (Reuters)

China Says Its Anti-Ballistic Missile Test Successful. (South China Morning Post)

Hundreds Of Snowy Car Crashes Leave 11 Dead In Iowa, Missouri. (AP)

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