Morning roundup

Top Stories: Militants Take Iraqi Town; Ukraine Loses Russian Gas

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Militant Group Advances In Iraq, Taking Northern Iraqi Town.

— In Escalation, Russia Cuts Gas Supplies To Ukraine.

And here are more early headlines:

Report: General To Investigate Bergdahl Disappearance From Post. (Reuters)

Militants Kill 48 In Raid On Kenyan Coast. (BBC)

Israel Searches For Missing Teens: Live Blog. (Jerusalem Post)

Cambodian Workers Flee Thailand Military Rule. (New York Times)

3 Get Death Sentences In China's Deadly Tiananmen Crash. (Wall Street Journal)

Fire Widens Near Bakersfield, Calif.; 500 Homes Threatened. (AP)

Germany's Kaymer Clinches PGA U.S. Open, Sets Records. (Sports Illustrated)

Rower Headed For Scotland Rescued By Coast Guard Off New York. (Jersey Journal)

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