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Episode 158

There has never been a time when the Saudi Arabian regime has stood in greater opprobrium as a truth previously denied was finally admitted by the defence secretary Michael Fallon.  It is now accepted that banned cluster bombs illegal in Britain since 2010 after a campaign originally spearheaded by the late Princess Diana were nonetheless sold to Saudi Arabia which has been blowing up children with the bombs in Yemen. Lawyer and human rights activist Kim Sharif has become an internet sensation with her denunciation of Saudi crimes. She joins Sputnik this week.

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