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UK decision to resume weapon sales to Saudi Arabia 'tantamount to signing death warrants of children'

Independent Friday, 10 July 2020 ()
Decision makes Britain 'complicit in suffering and murder of youngsters in world's worst humanitarian crisis', charity says
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