Britain reviews licence to sell arms to Israel

LONDON – Britain is reviewing licences to sell arms and military goods to Israel in the light of ongoing operations in Gaza. Britain’s Government has approved licences for the sale of military goods to Israel worth at least STG42million ($F131.15m) since 2010, according to government figures obtained by the Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT). These […]

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