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10 Feb, 2017 14:47

RT News - February 10, 2017 (17:00 MSK)

The UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson was pushing for continued arms sales to Saudi Arabia after the deadly strike on a funeral in Yemen last October that killed 140 civilians. Meanwhile, civilians in a Yemeni port are at risk of being trapped inside the city as the Saudi-led coalition intensify air strikes in the area. Wikileaks accuses a BBC journalist of - quote - "spreading false information" - after he suggests the whistleblowers target specific politicians with their leaks.