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    Four German military aircraft off of Iraq and Merkel does not rule out sending arms

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    Four German military aircraft off of Iraq and Merkel does not rule out sending arms  Empty Four German military aircraft off of Iraq and Merkel does not rule out sending arms

    Post by Rocky Fri 15 Aug 2014, 7:29 am

    Four German military aircraft off of Iraq and Merkel does not rule out sending arms 



    Four German military aircraft off of Iraq and Merkel does not rule out sending arms News Source: Ali 

    Abd al-SalmanSection: 

    NewsAugust 15, 2014 8:30 
    K shaft German sources for starting four planes loaded with aid German military into northern Iraq at a time when it has not ruled out German Chancellor Angela Merkel sending weapons to German destinations fights Daash terrorist gangs.

    The news magazine (Der Spiegel) German sources in the German army as saying that "four aircraft (the Trans) was launched today from a military site (Hun) in the state (Schleswig-Holstein) to Iraq loaded with ambulances and other military aid.

    The German army recently announced approval to extend those fights Daash military assistance (non-lethal), denying "his willingness to send weapons."

    According to sources, the magazine, "the four aircraft will land at the airport, the Turkish military (Angelique), before continuing its journey to the city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq

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