By Julian Pecquet - 06/28/12 11:00 AM EDT
Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonMosul campaign Trump called 'total disaster' making gains, officials say The Trail 2016: Who is really winning? The evidence backs Trump: We have a duty to doubt election results MORE agreed to attend an emergency meeting on Syria this weekend following personal appeals by U.N./Arab League special envoy Kofi Annan to consider new proposals for a Syrian political transition. [The Washington Post]
Turkey is deploying anti-aircraft batteries along the border with Syria following the downing of one of its jets. [The New York Times]
Mitt Romney's foreign policy advisers are riven by internal rivalries. [Reuters]
Al-Monitor has a shortlist of potential nominees for U.S. ambassador to Iraq.
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