Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May reacts as she exits Downing Street in central London on November 27, 2017, to greet Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim ahead of their meeting. / AFP / Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS
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May's visit is expected to include her asking Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman to allow humanitarian aid through Yemen's port of Hudaida, which is held by the Shiite rebels being targeted in the Saudi-led war.May has faced increasingly calls to stop British arms sales to Saudi Arabia amid the conflict, which has seen kingdom-led airstrikes kill hundreds of civilians. Britain has licensed $4.4 billion worth of arms sales to Saudi Arabia since the war began.May's visit seeking out Crown Prince Mohammad comes as the 32-year-old son of King Salman now appears to hold the levers of power in Saudi Arabia.
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