U.S. Response In Iraq: From Emergency Solution To Slate Of Paths Forward The U.S. has begun sending humanitarian aid and conducting limited airstrikes in the attempt to protect Iraq's refugee populations. Going forward, the U.S. is facing several possible approaches there.
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U.S. Response In Iraq: From Emergency Solution To Slate Of Paths Forward

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U.S. Response In Iraq: From Emergency Solution To Slate Of Paths Forward

U.S. Response In Iraq: From Emergency Solution To Slate Of Paths Forward

U.S. Response In Iraq: From Emergency Solution To Slate Of Paths Forward

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The U.S. has begun airlifting humanitarian aid and conducting limited airstrikes in the attempt to protect Iraq's refugee populations of religious minorities. NPR's Tom Bowman talks with Robert Siegel about the possible policy options for the U.S. in Iraq.