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Tuesday , June 24 , 2014
 
International

West Iraq frontier in rebel hands

US secretary of state John Kerry met Iraq’s Prime Minister in Baghdad today to push for more inclusive leadership, as Nuri al-Maliki’s forces abandoned the border with Jordan, leaving the entire western frontier beyond government control....   | Read..
 

Millionaire minds of math masters

Mathematics has turned into an unusually lucrative profession for Maxim Kontsevich. First, Kontsevich, 49, who works at the Institute of Advanced Scientific Studies outsi...   | Read..
 

3 Jazeera scribes jailed in Cairo

Three Al Jazeera journalists were sentenced to seven years in jail by an Egyptian judge on Monday for aiding a “terrorist organisation”, drawing criticism from we...   | Read..
 

Death-term woman freed

A 27-year-old woman who was sentenced to death in Sudan last month for converting to Christianity from Islam was freed today after what the government said was “unprece...   | Read..
 

Clashes as Pak cleric returns

A prominent cleric returned to Pakistan today to lead what he calls a peaceful revolution against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif as his supporters fought pitched battles with po...   | Read..
 
A Kurdish security officer covers his face after seeing decomposing bodies in Kirkuk. (AP)
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