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Japan is considering airlifting relief materials and providing medical services in case a U.S.-led war in Iraq creates a wave of refugees, government officials said Wednesday.

The assistance is being considered as part of international humanitarian activities under the country’s legislation designed for U.N. peacekeeping operations.

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