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embrace the future, for a big range of reasons, military is now being pulled back in — with a far more limited mission and far fewer troops,Iraq,but Congress remains deeply divided over what steps the US can take militarily Even lawmakers who voted in 2002 to give President George W Bush the authority to use military force to oust Saddam Hussein have expressed doubts about the effectiveness of drone airstrikes and worry about Americans returning to the fight in a country split by sectarian violence That Sunni-Shiite divide was on stark display in the accounts given by Iraqi Shiites fleeing the strategic city of Tal Afar near the Syrian border which was captured by Sunni militants of the Islamic State Monday The advancing militants set Shiite homes ablaze and killed at least six Shiite men who were unable to leave said Adek a 26-year-old Shiite who fled to the Germawa camp in the largely-autonomous Kurdish area of Dohuk “If the (Sunni militants) stay in Tel Afar the Shiites can’t go back home but the Sunnis can” said another Shiite resident 37-year-old Maitham Both men gave only their first names for fear of reprisals by the militants Ri wouldn’t have spoken without approval from Pyongyang’s top leadership when he suggested to reporters in New York on Friday.

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