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Britain will send surveillance jets to help get aid to refugees trapped on an Iraqi mountain after a plane was forced to abort a supply drop for fear the packages could hit crowds below, the government said Monday.Britain has offered surveillance and refueling support for U.S. aid flights, but insists it will not be joining Washington in conducting airstrikes against ISIS militants.Meanwhile, the U.S. is deploying a disaster response team to Iraq to help distribute humanitarian aid to tens of thousands of people displaced from violence in northern Iraq.
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