Morning roundup

Top Stories: Iraqi Oil Facility Attacked; Ukraine Wants Truce

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Militants Attack Iraq's Largest Oil Refinery As Sectarian Clashes Spread.

— Ukraine's President Announces Plan For Unilateral Ceasefire.

And here are more early headlines:

Obama To Meet Congressional Leaders Over Iraq Situation. (Roll Call)

The Fed Concludes Meeting; Questions About Rates. (MarketWatch)

Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect Wants Trial Moved. (Reuters)

New Mexico Fire Widens On Navajo Nation Lands. (Albuquerque Journal)

$2 Million Home Must Be "Removed" From Rhode Island Public Park. (WJAR)

Twitter Unblocks Content In Pakistan. (PC World)



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