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Arms sales to Saudi Arabia 'unlawful', rules UK's top court

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Arms sales to Saudi Arabia 'unlawful', rules UK's top court

Arms sales to Saudi Arabia 'unlawful', rules UK's top court

A court rules the British government acted unlawfully in the way it sold weapons to Saudi Arabia that may have been used in Yemen conflict.

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