Britain almost doubled its sales of arms to Israel last year, according to government figures released on Monday. Interest groups are now calling on the government to stop these arms exports."The UK opposes the Israeli policy of targeted killings, which are illegal under international law," Paul Eavis, director of Saferworld, an independent British think tank opposed to arms trade, told The Guardian. He said the government should have a "coherent policy towards countries that display a disregard for human rights." In 2005, the government...
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