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Back to Baghdad and other headlines

Morning headlines: Sec. of State Kerry tries diplomacy in Iraq, conservatives plan to deploy poll watchers in tomorrow's primary runoff in Mississippi.
Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq (ISCI), meets with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (L) in Baghdad June 23, 2014. Kerry met...

Sec. of State Kerry is in Baghdad this morning. (NBC News)

Conservatives plan to use poll watchers tomorrow in Mississippi as Sen. Thad Cochran hopes to attract black voters to the polls. (NY Times)

Every senior V.A. executive was rated 'fully successful' or better over 4 years. (NY Times)

Polish foreign minister caught on tape trash-talking Poland's alliance with the U.S. (BuzzFeed)

Fmr. Virginia senator whose controversial resignation sparked investigation hires lawyer. (Washington Post)

3 Milwaukee-area hospitals deny admitting privileges to 2 doctors who provide abortions. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel).

Egypt sentences 3 Al Jazeera reporters to 7 years. (AP)

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