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June 26th, 2014
08:13 PM ET

Will more U.S. military advisers make a difference in Iraq?

Another wave of U.S. military personnel arrived in Iraq Thursday as the deadly battle for control of the country rages on.

Syrian radicals 'brainwash' kidnapped Kurdish schoolchildren

A bomb blast inside northern Baghdad killed 19 people and wounded 41 more. That comes a day after a suicide attack at a market south of Baghdad killed 13 people, and a car bomb explosion in northern Kirkuk killed six more people and wounded 21 others.

Iraq crisis: Key developments

OutFront, CNN Military Analyst - Retired Colonel Peter Mansoor - who was the executive officer to General David Petraeus during the surge in Iraq. Also joining us, CNN Counterterrorism analyst and former CIA official Phil Mudd.


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