Members of Kurdish peshmerga troops ride a vehicle during an intensive security deployment on the outskirts of Diyala, northeast of Baghdad August 22, 2014. (REUTERS/Stringer)
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The German government will decide on Sunday what specific military aid it will send to Kurdish forces in Iraq to help them fight Islamic State militants in the north of the country, itS foreign minister said on Wednesday.Czech news agency CTK said the ammunition, worth about $2 million, would be transported to Iraq by U.S. forces.Opinion polls suggest the German public has no appetite for getting involved in Iraq's conflict and Merkel has made clear she would not send combat troops there.
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