U.S. Considers Humanitarian Airdrop in Iraq
The Obama administration is considering initiating humanitarian assistance in the form of military air drops to fleeing minorities stranded on a mountaintop by Islamic State forces. Tens of thousands of refugees from the Yazidi sect are left with dwindling food, water and medical supplies. U.S. airstrikes are being considered against the Islamic State extremists who have advanced against Kurdish force defense lines in northern Iraq.
By Jordan Moses
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