News Headlines - 24 June 2014

Cameron’s judgment over Coulson under the microscope - FT.com

The guilty verdict for former Number 10 communications chief Andy Coulson in the phone-hacking trial has raised questions about David Cameron’s judgment in appointing the former tabloid editor.

BBC News - Zero-hours contracts: rules give workers more choice

Employers are to be banned from stopping staff with zero-hours contracts seeking extra work elsewhere... Unions and campaign groups have been pressing for zero-hours contracts - under which employees' hours are not guaranteed - to be banned

BBC News - US forces arrive in Baghdad to advise Iraqi troops

The first US troops deployed to assist the Iraqi army in combating a growing Sunni militant insurgency have arrived and begun work, the Pentagon has said.

ISIS: 5 things to know about the Iraqi jihadist group - CBC News

Within just a few months, the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has become the most feared jihadist organization on the planet — even more so than its parent group, al-Qaeda.

World Cup: Uruguay overcomes bite, moves to 2nd round | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia

Captain Diego Godin scored in the 81st minute as Uruguay edged 10-man Italy 1-0 Tuesday to reach the second round of the World Cup.








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