A Kurdish peshmerga fighter fires an RPG at an advancing ISIS vehicle during front-line clashes at Buyuk Yeniga village, after the village was retaken on September 4, 2014. (REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah)
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Britain is considering providing arms directly to Kurdish forces fighting ISIS in northern Iraq, Prime Minister David Cameron said Thursday after jihadists threatened to kill a British hostage.The Royal Air Force has been transporting ammunition supplied by allies and British non-lethal equipment to the regional government in Irbil, including 10 tons of British body armor overnight Wednesday.On Sunday, Germany announced it would be sending arms to Iraqi Kurds, breaking with a post-war policy of refusing to send weapons into conflict zones.
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