A man shows shrapnel at the rubble of houses destroyed by an air strike in the Okash village near Sanaa April 4, 2015. (REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi)
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Campaigners aiming to stop Britain selling arms to Saudi Arabia to prevent their use in Yemen's war can appeal after losing their case last year, a British court ruled on Friday.The High Court ruled that the granting of licences for arms exports from Britain to Saudi Arabia was not unlawful.Over 10,000 people have died in Yemen since Saudi Arabia's Western-backed alliance launched its campaign to restore the internationally recognized Yemeni government.Prime Minister Theresa May has defended British arms exports to Saudi Arabia, saying all such sales are strictly regulated, that Saudi involvement in the Yemen conflict is backed by the U.N. Security Council and her government supports it.
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