U.S. isn't ruling out air strikes to aid Iraqi government in fight against insurgents
WASHINGTON - The United States is not ruling out air strikes to assist the Iraqi government fight a growing radical Islamist insurgency, President Barack Obama said on Thursday, raising the possibility of the first American military intervention in Iraq since the end of the U.S.-led war.
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