A Kurdish Peshmerga fighter takes position on the front line in Khazer August 14, 2014. (REUTERS/Azad Lashkari)
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Britain would consider "positively" any request for arms from the Kurds to help them battle Sunni militants who have seized much of Iraq, a spokeswoman for the prime minister said.The United States has asked European countries to supply arms and ammunition to Kurdish forces, U.S. and European officials have said.Premier David Cameron has so far said Britain's response would be limited to a humanitarian effort, but London has also been transporting to Kurdish forces military supplies, such as ammunition, being provided by other nations.
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