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Germany’s parliament has voted to send German military support to the US-led coalition fighting Islamic State (IS) militants in Syria, the BBC reports.
MPs approved the controversial plan for a German non-combat role.
Tornado jets – for reconnaissance – a naval frigate and 1,200 soldiers will be sent to the region.
The vote comes after a French request following last month’s Paris attacks. Ministers believe Germany is now an IS target too.
On Thursday, British warplanes carried out their first air strikes on IS targets in Syria after the country’s parliament authorised the military operation.