Iraq PM Maliki calls for state of emergency over Mosul
Iraq's prime minister has asked parliament to declare a state of emergency after Islamist militants effectively took control of Mosul.
Nouri Maliki acknowledged "vital areas" of the country's second largest city had been seized.
Overnight, hundreds of armed men seized local government's offices and police stations before taking control of the airport and the army's headquarters.
10 Jun 2014