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Here are the top stories from the Associated Press for Wednesday, March 3.

1. ROCKETS TARGET U.S. BASE IN IRAQ

U.S. officials say at least 10 rockets targeted the base.

2. PRESIDENT BIDEN VOWS VACCINE FOR EVERYONE BY MAY

The announcement means the vaccine program would be completed two months earlier than first expectations.

3. STRONG EARTHQUAKE SHAKES GREECE

The quake has a preliminary magnitude of 6.3 and was felt in neighboring countries.

4. REPORT: NO FOREIGN FANS AT SUMMER OLYMPICS

The decision comes just five months before the games are set to begin in Tokyo.

5. LAS VEGAS VENETIAN HOTEL SOLD FOR $6 BILLION

The sale comes two months after the death of Sands CEO Sheldon Adelson.

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