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An Iraqi security officer stands guard outside the Church of the Virgin Mary in the northern town of Bartala, on June 15, 2012, east of the northern city of Mosul as some Iraqi security stayed in the town to protect the local churches and community.
An Iraqi security officer stands guard outside the Church of the Virgin Mary in the northern town of Bartala, on June 15, 2012, east of the northern city of Mosul as some Iraqi security stayed in the town to protect the local churches and community.
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Today, we hear from a journalist on the ground in Iraq after ISIS militants began their attack on the region. Then, a battle is brewing over what makes a true Tennessee Whiskey. Plus, remembering Casey Kasem, Starbucks says it will pay for its employees college education, we learn how climate change is affecting the desert landscape, U.S. coach Klinsmann opts for youth, international experience at World Cup and much more