U.K. lawmakers urge caution in arms exports, including to Israel
The U.K. issued over 3,000 arms export licenses, lawmakers say, including to countries where U.K. has concerns about human rights; most licenses issued for exports to China, Saudi Arabia, Israel.
Britain has issued more than 3,000 licenses allowing the export of arms and military equipment to countries where the U.K. has concerns about human rights, according to a report from lawmakers published Wednesday.
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