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Britain to keep up Iraq surveillance flights: defence minister
Britain is to keep up its surveillance flights over northern Iraq to try to stop more minority groups coming under jihadist attack, Defence Minister Michael Fallon said on Saturday. Fallon was speaking on a visit to Cyprus from which Britain has been making its aid and surveillance flights over Iraq out of its sovereign air base at Akrotiri on the south coast.(8/16/2014 9:12:37 AM)
Cyprus Offers Support For Iraq Airstrikes
Cyprus' foreign minister has told Sky News his country will not stand in the way if Britain decides to launch its own airstrikes against IS forces in Iraq.(8/19/2014 1:43:34 PM)
British jets join efforts to help Iraq's Yazidis
London, Aug 13 : Three British Royal Air Force (RAF) surveillance aircrafts landed at an air base in Cyprus on Tuesday to carry out aid drops to Iraqi Yazidi refugees on a mountain top.RAF Tornado jets landed at Cyprus's Akrotiri air(8/13/2014 12:14:33 AM)
Iraq: 'Secret' Surveillance Flights Revealed
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon tells Sky News the RAF's latest intelligence aircraft has been operating over Iraq.(8/16/2014 3:48:32 AM)
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Fallon says surveillance of northern Iraq allows Britain to have better picture of humanitarian needs there. Where is next threat coming from?(8/16/2014 9:50:29 AM)
Britain dragged deeper into Iraq conflict: 150 more special forces on way as minister says mission will take months
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon, pictured meeting British forces at RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus, said the mission had escalated beyond a humanitarian one.(8/17/2014 7:59:06 PM)
VIDEO: Iraq mission 'could last for months'
The UK could be involved in military missions in Iraq for "weeks and months" to come, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon warns.(8/18/2014 2:30:56 AM)
UK drops more aid in Iraq, readies jets for surveillance
Britain made a second airdrop of aid to refugees in northern Iraq, officials said Tuesday, as reports said that Tornado fighter jets had left Britain to provide surveillance support for the humanitarian effort. The Royal Air Force (RAF) was forced to abandon a drop on Monday because of fears of injuring people on the ground, but a repeat attempt overnight was successful, the Department for ...(8/12/2014 1:34:37 PM)
UK won
David Cameron has reiterated his commitment not to send British troops to Iraq to combat the threat of Islamist extremists. "Britain is not going to get involved in another war in Iraq," the Prime Minister told the BBC.(8/18/2014 5:37:30 AM)
Global plan to aid Iraqis
Tornado surveillance aircraft come in to land at the British Royal Air Force Base at Akrotiri, Cyprus, on Wednesday. Base spokesperson Kristian Gray said Tornado aircraft will carry out missions to support thousands of people fleeing advancing Islamic militant forces in northern Iraq. (AP)(8/13/2014 7:34:23 PM)
Source: Yahoo