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Boris Johnson allowed arms sales to Saudis after Yemen bombing

WorldNews Tuesday, 11 June 2019 ()
Boris Johnson allowed arms sales to Saudis after Yemen bombingFormer foreign secretary accused of showing ‘total disregard’ for civilians Tory leadership frontrunner Boris Johnson recommended that the UK allow Saudi Arabia to buy British bomb parts expected to be deployed in Yemen, days after an airstrike on a potato factory in the country had killed a dozen...
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