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August 8, 2014 8:34 PM

U.S. launches 3 airstrikes in Iraq; officials say involvement will be limited

The strikes by U.S. fighter jets and drones, following a U.S. humanitarian air drop of food and water that was announced Thursday night in Washington, were the first known American military operations in Iraq since U.S. forces withdrew in December 2011.

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