British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon meeting British Forces personnel at RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus August 16, 2014. (AFP Photo/Crown copyright 2014/Neil Bryden RAF)
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Britain has moved past a strictly humanitarian mission in Iraq -- and the country's leader warned Monday that the effort won't be over any time soon.Prime Minister David Cameron said the British government has "fully worked through" its strategy and stressed troops would not get involved in another war. But he argued limited action is needed to prevent violence from being exported back to Britain's streets.Cameron's remarks followed Defense Secretary Michael Fallon's comments to Royal Air Force service members in Cyprus suggesting that reconnaissance actions in Iraq are moving beyond easing the plight of Yazidis and other minority groups fleeing Islamist militants.
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