The Telegraph
Friday , June 13 , 2014

Iraq fractures deepen as Kurds take oil town

Iraq’s fracturing deepened today as Kurdish forces poured into the strategic northern oil city of Kirkuk after government troops fled, even as emboldened Sunni militants who seized two other important northern cities this week moved closer to Baghdad....   | Read..

Sindh court allows Musharraf to go abroad

Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf, facing treason and other charges, may be able to fly abroad after a gap of 14 months with a court ordering the Pakistan government...   | Read..

Drone strike hints at freer US hand

An American drone struck a militant compound in Pakistan’s tribal belt for the second time in 24 hours today, killing at least 10 suspected members of the feared Ha...   | Read..

Key flight data vanish from Austria air traffic

Key flight data from high-flying aircraft mysteriously disappeared twice recently from controllers’ radar screens in Austria and some of its neighbours and the relevant...   | Read..
Former President George H.W. Bush, strapped to Sergeant Mike Elliott, a retired member of the US Army’s Golden Knights parachute team, prepares to l ...  | Read
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