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Military advisors sent to assist minority group Yazidi in Iraq

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Military advisors sent to assist minority group Yazidi in Iraq

by CBSTV Videos 2:19 mins

One hundred thirty U.S. military advisors have arrived in Iraq to assess how to help the Yazidis, a religious minority who are stranded on a mountain top after being forced to flee from ISIS attacks. Meanwhile, ISIS continues its attempts to shoot down helicopters dropping food and supplies. Holly Williams reports from Erbil, Iraq.

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