* Tony Blair says world is better as a result of Iraq War Tony Blair says the world would be "in a worse position" had he not taken the decision to invade Iraq.
* Ukraine's faultline: Baltics looks for support to U.S. where campaigns are ignoring foreign policy The artillery rumbles like a rolling late spring storm.
* Dallas shootings: Police touched by outpouring of support For many people in Dallas this week, the police are heroes.
* Iran seeking illegal nuke, missile technology: German intelligence Tehran believed to have made at least nine 'clandestine' attempts to acquire materiel that could be used for nuclear arms development.
* Iranian commander: 100,000 missiles ready to 'annihilate' Israel Revolutionary Guards deputy chief says Lebanon-based rockets will 'strike at the heart of the Zionist regime'.
* Message to Arab states: 'Netanyahu supports 2 states, but hampered by right-wing' "There is a historic opportunity to push for a strategic rapprochement with Arab countries who oppose Iran and have common interests with Israel," according to the Netanyahu source.
* Will Gaza Get a Port? Israel back proposal to build port on an island; Palestinians more hesitant.
* NATO boosts support for countries battling Islamic extremism Organization's allies in Mideast, North Africa to launch new naval mission in Mediterranean, use surveillance planes.
* Juno probe enters into orbit around Jupiter The US space agency has successfully put a new probe in orbit around Jupiter.
* Ken Ham: Ark Encounter Is Christian Message to the World; 7,000 Attend Ribbon Cutting Ceremony The Ark Encounter, the life-sized Noah's Ark theme-park attraction, held its official ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday in Grant County, Kentucky, ahead of its grand opening on Thursday, July 7th, gathering a crowd of 7,000 to witness the historic event.