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    Britain to send Tornado aircraft to participate in the relief efforts in Iraq

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    Britain to send Tornado aircraft to participate in the relief efforts in Iraq Empty Britain to send Tornado aircraft to participate in the relief efforts in Iraq

    Post by Rocky Tue 12 Aug 2014, 8:18 am

    Britain to send Tornado aircraft to participate in the relief efforts in Iraq




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    Britain decided, on Tuesday, sending Tornado aircraft belonging to the Air Force to participate in the relief operations in northern Iraq, where thousands of fleeing militants organizing the Islamic state. The Ministry of Defence (MoD) in a press statement seen by "Alsumaria News" on them, "The aircraft Tornado Air Force British will leave the Royal Air Force base in Norfolk during the next 48 hours," indicating that "the aircraft would not be used in combat missions, but to observe and assist in the delivery of supplies. " For its part, said a spokeswoman for British Prime Minister David Cameron, "It is not likely to call for the convening of Parliament, and ruled out, Foreign Minister Philip Hammond, Britain carry out combat missions in Iraq," indicating that "the direct help trapped her priority." The prime minister added, "We decided to send a small number of Tornado jets to the area so you can, if requested to do so, the use of their excellent surveillance to collect information about the site to assist in the relief efforts." It showed that the "aircraft Tornado equipped with imaging tech super to locate the refugees accurately so that it can send relief supplies where they are located," pointing out that "the British air forces toured one of sending aid to the mountains of Sinjar, but canceled the second round due to fears of exposure refugees risk. "
    Iraq has been and Mosul in particular and the security situation is very hot since (June 10, 2014), after the control of gunmen from the organization "Daash" on the Nineveh province in full, and progress towards the Salahuddin province, and their control over some areas, while continue military operations in Anbar to confront the terrorist organization, which led to the flight of thousands of families from areas of residence to escape the ferocity of the battles. 

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