UK protests over arms sales to Saudi Arabia for Yemen war

They are highlighting the proposed sale of more Eurofighter Typhoon jets to the Saudis - which they say is illegal under international law.

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    Opponents of the Saudi-led war in Yemen have been protesting against UK government arms sales.

    They are highlighting the proposed sale of more Eurofighter Typhoon jets to the Saudis - which they say is illegal under international law.

    Thousands of civilians have died in the conflict in Yemen, many in air raids blamed on Riyadh.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from the protest in London.


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