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    Britain's Arms Sales Are Boon, but Pose Predicamenti
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    August 05, 2013 2:40 PM
    A recent report from the British Parliament says the country has arms sales contracts with six countries it has designated as having poor human rights records - and several others with questionable records. VOA’s Al Pessin reports from London, the document highlights a dilemma faced by all arms-exporting countries.

    Britain's Arms Sales Are Boon, but Pose Predicament

    Published August 05, 2013

    A recent report from the British Parliament says the country has arms sales contracts with six countries it has designated as having poor human rights records - and several others with questionable records. VOA’s Al Pessin reports from London, the document highlights a dilemma faced by all arms-exporting countries.


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