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Here are the top stories from the Associated Press for Wednesday, September 28.

1. HURRICANE IAN NEARS CATEGORY 5 STRENGTH

Wind speeds reached 155 miles an hour as the storm approaches just north of Ft. Myers.

2. SABOTAGE LIKELY RUPTURED GAS LINE FROM RUSSIA TO GERMANY

Explosions were seen before the Nord Stream pipeline burst.

3. NORTH KOREA TESTS MISSILES AHEAD OF HARRIS VISIT

The Vice-President will be in South Korea later today.

4. U.S. LAUNCHES PLAN TO END HUNGER IN 10 YEARS

The plan will generate more than $8 billion in private donations to end food insecurity.

5. KENTUCKY DISTILLS RECORD NUMBER OF BOURBON BARRELS

As the popularity grows, the state reached 11.4 million barrels this year.

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