UK court to consider legality of arms sales to Saudi

Amid the crisis in Yemen, the UK Court of Appeal will hear an appeal in favour of overturning arms sales to Saudi Arabia,

    Relations with Saudi Arabia are in the spotlight in Britain, where billions of dollars in weapons sales will come under discussion on Tuesday.

    In a London courtroom, lawyers for human rights groups will argue the sales violate the UK's export policies.

    Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports.


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