Iraq crisis: Arab foreign ministers to meet in Saudi Arabia

Arab foreign ministers are set to meet this week in Saudi Arabia to discuss the situation in Iraq as Baghdad battles with Islamic militants who have been advancing towards the capital after seizing parts of the north, including Iraq's second-largest city Mosul.
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Iraqi displaced families prepare to set up their tent at a temporary camp set up to shelter Iraqis fleeing violence on June 16, 2014 in Aski kalak, 40 kms west of the Kurdish autonomous region's capital Arbil. Arab foreign ministers are set to meet this week in Saudi Arabia to discuss the situation in Iraq as Baghdad battles a lightning offensive by Islamic militants advancing on the capital after seizing parts of the north, including Iraq's second-largest city Mosul. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Iraqi families arrive at a checkpoint in the town of al-Muafakiya, 80 kms west of Arbil, on June 16, 2014, after fleeing their homes. Arab foreign ministers are set to meet this week in Saudi Arabia to discuss the situation in Iraq as Baghdad battles a lightning offensive by Islamic militants advancing on the capital after seizing parts of the north, including Iraq's second-largest city Mosul. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A picture shows tents at a temporary camp set up to shelter Iraqis fleeing violence on June 16, 2014 in Aski kalak, 40 kms west of the Kurdish autonomous region's capital Arbil. Arab foreign ministers are set to meet this week in Saudi Arabia to discuss the situation in Iraq as Baghdad battles a lightning offensive by Islamic militants advancing on the capital after seizing parts of the north, including Iraq's second-largest city Mosul. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Iraqi displaced people, who have fled violence in Iraq's northern Nineveh province, carry their belongings upon their arrival in al-Hamdaniyah, 76 kms west of the Kurdish autonomous region's capital Arbil on June 16, 2014. Arab foreign ministers are set to meet this week in Saudi Arabia to discuss the situation in Iraq as Baghdad battles a lightning offensive by Islamic militants advancing on the capital after seizing parts of the north, including Iraq's second-largest city Mosul. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A picture taken from a hole in a tent shows Iraqi displaced women talking at a temporary camp set up to shelter Iraqis fleeing violence on June 16, 2014 in Aski kalak, 40 kms west of the Kurdish autonomous region's capital Arbil. Arab foreign ministers are set to meet this week in Saudi Arabia to discuss the situation in Iraq as Baghdad battles a lightning offensive by Islamic militants advancing on the capital after seizing parts of the north, including Iraq's second-largest city Mosul. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Iraqi displaced people, who have fled violence in Iraq's northern Nineveh province, sit on bags upon their arrival in al-Hamdaniyah, 76 kms west of the Kurdish autonomous region's capital Arbil on June 16, 2014. Arab foreign ministers are set to meet this week in Saudi Arabia to discuss the situation in Iraq as Baghdad battles a lightning offensive by Islamic militants advancing on the capital after seizing parts of the north, including Iraq's second-largest city Mosul. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Iraqi displaced people, who have fled violence in Iraq's northern Nineveh province, drive their car with beddings on the roof as they arrive in al-Hamdaniyah, 76 kms west of the Kurdish autonomous region's capital Arbil on June 16, 2014. Arab foreign ministers are set to meet this week in Saudi Arabia to discuss the situation in Iraq as Baghdad battles a lightning offensive by Islamic militants advancing on the capital after seizing parts of the north, including Iraq's second-largest city Mosul. (AFP/Getty Images)
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An Iraqi displaced family walks in an alley of a temporary camp set up to shelter Iraqis fleeing violence on June 16, 2014 in Aski kalak, 40 kms west of the Kurdish autonomous region's capital Arbil. Arab foreign ministers are set to meet this week in Saudi Arabia to discuss the situation in Iraq as Baghdad battles a lightning offensive by Islamic militants advancing on the capital after seizing parts of the north, including Iraq's second-largest city Mosul. (AFP/Getty Images)