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Image caption Campaign Against Arms Trade says the bombing in Yemen has created the world's worst humanitarian crisis. Campaigners have won a legal challenge over the UK government's decision to allow arms sales to Saudi Arabia, which is engaged in the war in Yemen. Campaign Against Arms Trade argued the decision to continue to license military equipment for export to the Gulf state was unlawful. It said there was a clear risk the arms might be used in a serious violation of international humanitarian law. Judges said licences should be reviewed but would not be immediately suspended. International Trade Secretary Liam Fox said the government would not grant any new licences for export to ... Full story

20 June