A Syrian medical worker treats wounded girls at a makeshift hospital in the rebel-held town of Douma, Syria. AFP PHOTO/ ABD DOUMANY
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Washington said countries in the Middle East had offered to join airstrikes against ISIS militants and Australia said it would send troops, but Britain held back even after the group beheaded a British hostage and threatened to kill another.Britain has often been the first country to join U.S. military action overseas and is under pressure to get much tougher with ISIS after video footage of the killing of Briton David Haines by ISIS militants was released Saturday.The U.S. could also try to persuade Egypt to put troops in Syria," McCaul said.However, nearly a dozen civilians were killed in weekend airstrikes in Syria's east against ISIS positions, it added.
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