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The U.S. military is carrying out a series of airstrikes against targets used by Iran-backed militia groups in Iraq and Syria. The move, authorized by President Biden, is aimed at disrupting and deterring attacks on U.S. personnel. NBC chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel reports for TODAY.