British PM holds fire on IS, pursues cautious strategy

Prime Minister David Cameron makes a statement to the media at Number 10 Downing street in London on September 14, 2014The murder of British aid worker David Haines has upped the pressure on London to take the fight to the Islamic State, but Prime Minister David Cameron is proceeding with caution — and some confusion. Cameron said Sunday he was ready to “take whatever steps are necessary” to destroy the militant group which has seized territory across Iraq and Syria, and has now killed three Western hostages in less than a month.

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