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Boris Johnson backed arms sales to Saudi Arabia despite civilian deaths in Yemen, email shows

Independent Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Approval from then-foreign secretary for exports to Riyadh came days after bombing on factory killed 14, memo reveals
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