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U.S. airstrikes in Iraq are helping to weaken ISIS. But lawmakers are calling on the White House to do more as concerns grow about the threat the jihadist army poses to the West.
Tens of thousands of Iraqi Christians now live in tents, schools, and abandoned buildings. War weary and despondent, most now say they want to leave Iraq.