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Report: Military Starting Humanitarian Airdrop Mission In Iraq

(Washington, DC) -- The U.S. military is reportedly delivering aid to Iraqis trapped by ISIS militants. The Iraqis are surrounded and running out of food and water. U.S. officials say President Obama has approved humanitarian air drops in Northern Iraq. Planes loaded with food and water have already taken off.

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