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Smoke rises above the Jinnah International Airport where security forces continue to battle militants Monday, June 9, 2014, in Karachi, Pakistan. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan)

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In this May 23, 2014, photo, cranes maneuver around a sprawling construction site on Saperne Pole Street in central Kiev. A tax document seen by The Associated Press lists the address of Ukrainian trading firm Mistral at No. 12 Saperne Pole, but when police went to the address they found a construction site with the foundation of an apartment complex to be completed next year. Officials say Mistral may never have existed in the first place, one of scores or even hundreds of phantom firms suspected squeezing billions of dollars out of Ukraine's budget. (AP Photo/Sergei Chuzavkov)
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In this image from video the limousine bus carrying Tracy Morgan and six other people lies on it's side early Saturday morning, June 7, 2014, on the New Jersey Turnpike. A New Jersey highway crash that severely injured Tracy Morgan and killed another comedian is drawing attention to the dangers of tired truckers just as the industry and its allies in Congress are poised to roll back safety rules on drivers’ work schedules. (AP Photo/Will Vaultz Photography)
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In this photo taken May 17, 2014, Weluree Ditsayabut poses after she was crowned Miss Universe Thailand at the competition in Bangkok, Thailand. Weluree has resigned less than a month into her reign after being harshly criticized on social media over her political comments and looks. (AP Photo)

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. FRESH ATTACK NEAR PAKISTANI AIRPORT

Gunmen assault a training facility near Karachi airport less than 48 hours after a siege of an international terminal killed 26 people and 10 militants.

2. UKRAINIAN PHANTOM FIRMS SYPHON BILLIONS OFF

Officials in charge of cleaning the country’s corruption-ridden tax system suspect companies that often existed only on paper of large-scale fraud.

3. CIA IS CRACKING DOWN ON HARASSMENT

An AP probe finds that while the agency is trying to enforce its zero-tolerance policy toward inappropriate workplace behavior, postings on its internal networks challenge those steps as insufficient.

4. MILITANTS SEIZE GOVERNMENT BUILDING IN IRAQ’S SECOND CITY

Insurgents, believed to be affiliated with al-Qaida, overrun the Mosul provincial headquarters in the country’s north, dealing a heavy blow to Baghdad’s efforts to control escalating violence.

5. TRACY MORGAN’S CRASH UNDERLINES PERILS OF TIRED TRUCKERS

Despite the dangers of fatigued driving, the industry and its allies in Congress are poised to roll back safety rules, letting drivers put in as many as 82 hours a week behind the wheel.

6. WHAT HILLARY CLINTON SEES AS 'MORE OF A REASON TO RUN'

The former Secretary of State says Republican criticism of her handling of the deadly 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi emboldens her to seek the 2016 presidential bid.

7. STERLING INTENDS TO FIGHT

The Clippers owner says he no longer wants to sell his team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and plans to sue the NBA for $1 billion.

8. SHUNNING SELFIES, SOME SEEK PERFECT PICTURES FOR EVERYDAY LIFE

Professional photographers are now hired not only for weddings and bar mitzvahs, but also for family get-togethers, vacations and outings to local attractions.

9. HOW BRAZIL WELCOMES WORLD CUP VISITORS

Soccer fans arriving in the country may have to fight their way past airport scaffolding, terminal flooding and two-hour taxi lines.

10. WHY THAI BEAUTY QUEEN IS RESIGNING

Weluree Ditsayabut, 22, decided to give up the title after being harshly criticized on social media over her political comments and looks.

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