Top Stories: Syrian Rebels Attack ISIS Stronghold; Latest On London Attack

Jun 6, 2017

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- British Police Name Third Attacker From Saturday's Rampage In London.

-- U.S.-Backed Fighters Begin Offensive To Push ISIS From Its 'Capital'.

-- Peter Sallis, Of 'Wallace And Gromit' Fame, Dies At 96.

And here are more early headlines:

Kuwait To Mediate In Qatar-Arab Nations Rift. (Reuters)

Cosby Trial Opens; Accuser Alleges Drugging, Sexual Assault. (Philly.com)

British Official: U.K. Must Change Tactics To Stop Terror. (Guardian)

ISIS Claims Responsibility In Australian Police Shootout; 1 Dead. (ABC.com)

Death Toll In Kabul Truck Bombing Rises To 150. (CNN)

Report: Acting U.S. Ambassador To China Resigns Over Trump's Withdrawal From Climate Accord. (NBC)

U.S. Backed Syrian Rebels Attack ISIS Stronghold In Syria. (AP)

ISIS-Linked Militants Still Hold Parts Of Philippine City. (BBC)

Puerto Rico Says Zika Epidemic Is Over; CDC Travel Warnings Remain.(Reuters)

Nashville Beats Pittsburgh In Game 4 Of NHL Final. (NHL.com)

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