North Korean Leader Takes a Submarine Ride
The Korean Central News Agency has released a series of pictures about North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's recent visit to Korean People's Army's Naval Unit 167.
 
12 Killed in Bomb Attacks in Baghdad
At least 12 people were killed and 47 others wounded in separate bomb explosions in the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Thursday, a police source said.
Up to 275 U.S. Forces Deploying to Iraq, Obama Says
U.S. President Barack Obama has notified Congress that up to about 275 U.S. military personnel are deploying to Iraq to provide support and security for U.S. personnel and the American embassy in Baghdad. Britain Rules out Military Intervention in Iraq Crisis
U.S. Rules out Military Coordination with Iran over Iraq
The United States on Monday ruled out coordination with Iran over military actions against Islamic militants in Iraq, despite Washington's declared willingness to have a military cooperation with Tehran. Britain Rules out Military Intervention in Iraq Crisis
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• EU to Pay for Ukraine Gas Debts: Austrian Minister
In order to resolve the gas supply dispute between Russia and Ukraine, the EU will need to pay for Ukraine's outstanding gas invoices, an Austrian minister said Tuesday.
• U.S. Captures Benghazi Suspect in Secret Libya Raid
U.S. Special Operations forces captured one of the suspected ringleaders of the terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya, in a secret raid over the weekend, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.
• First Gay Marriage Registered in Malta
Malta's first gay couple registered their union last Friday, Malta's newspaper Independent reported on Tuesday.
• 6 Killed in Violence in Pakistan's Karachi
At least six people including two women and two alleged militants were killed and several others injured in separate incidents of violence in Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi on Tuesday, local media and police said.
• Russia to Participate in SCO Joint Drills in August
Over 800 Russian troops will take part in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) joint drills, "Peace Mission-2014," in China later in summer, the Russian Defense Ministry said Tuesday.
• Up to 275 U.S. Forces Deploying to Iraq, Obama Says
U.S. President Barack Obama has notified Congress that up to about 275 U.S. military personnel are deploying to Iraq to provide support and security for U.S. personnel and the American embassy in Baghdad. Britain Rules out Military Intervention in Iraq Crisis
• Britain Rules out Military Intervention in Iraq Crisis
British Foreign Secretary William Hague on Monday ruled out the possibility of British military intervention in the on-going Iraq crisis, but pledged to offer counter-terrorism expertise and humanitarian aid to the country instead.
• UN Evacuates Staff from Baghdad
As tensions rose due to the advance of Sunni insurgents, the United Nations said it had evacuated nearly 60 staff members from Baghdad to neighboring Jordan, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times.
• Turkey Provides Humanitarian Aid to Iraq
Turkey is sending humanitarian aid to the violence-hit cities of neighboring Iraq, particularly to the Turkmen-populated areas, a Turkish high-ranking official said on Monday.
• Al-Shabaab Claims Deadly Attack in Kenya Coastal Town
The radical Islamist group of Al- Shabaab on Monday claimed responsibility for a deadly attack on the Kenyan coastal town of Mpeketoni that left dozens killed or injured, pro-militant media reported.
• Fatah-linked Armed Group Claims Holding of 3 Israeli Teenager
A Palestinian armed group aligned with the Fatah movement claimed on Monday that they are holding the three kidnapped Israeli teenagers, and have delivered the hostages outside the city of Hebron, according to a statement it released.
• Iraqi Forces Take Back Border City
The Iraqi security forces on Monday take back a city in western province of Anbar from militants, while the Sunni militants took full control of a city in northern part of the country, a security and an official said.
• French Railway Workers Extend Strike Action
Trade unions on Monday announced an extension of strike action until Tuesday as disputed rail reform is presented to the French National Assembly.
 

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