Bangalore, June 12: Seven Bangladeshi crew members returned home on Thursday after they were held captive for nearly three and a half years by Somali pirates.
Meanwhile, a suicide bomber set off his explosive belt in Baghdad's Sadr city inside a tent where tribesmen were meeting to solve a tribal dispute, killing and wounding scores of people, authorities said.
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Bangladeshi sailors return home
Seven Bangladeshi crew members returned home on Thursday after they were held captive for nearly three and a half years by Somali pirates.
Cleaning up the debris
People clean up in the aftermath of a suicide bomb attack in Baghdad's Sadr City, Iraq.
Iraqi refugees arrive at Khazir refugee camp
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, the al-Qaida breakaway group, on Monday and Tuesday took over much of Mosul in Iraq and then swept into the city of Tikrit further south.
Give me a high five!
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton laughs with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel after he missed her hand during a high-five attempt in Chicago, during an event promote her new book.
Portugese players receive a warm welcome
Portugal's national soccer team players are welcomed as they arrive at the Viracopos airport, in Campinas, Brazil. Portugal will play in group G of Brazil's 2014 soccer World Cup.
Messi greeted by fan
Argentina's Lionel Messi shakes the hands of a fan who invaded the pitch and who resembles Brazilian soccer player Ronaldinho at the end of a training session at Independencia Stadium in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.