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London urged to halt arms sales to Riyadh following Khashoggi report
Britain faced fresh calls to end unrestricted arms sales to Saudi Arabia after the US published a CIA assessment which concluded that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had ordered the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
British arms sales prolonging Saudi war in Yemen, says Oxfam
Oxfam has accused the British government of prolonging the war in Yemen by allowing the export of air-to-air refueling equipment that it fears could be used to help the Saudi Air Force conduct indiscriminate bombing in the country.
US says to ‘dissuade’ Iran arms trade after retracting Trump claim
The US said it will continue to discourage countries from supplying arms to Iran on the same day Washington claimed to have retracted a botched decision by the former Trump administration to reimpose a UN arms embargo on Tehran.
Dozens of rights groups call for freeze on arms sales to Saudi Arabia, UAE
Ninety-nine international human rights organizations demanded a freeze on arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the UAE, an immediate cessation of the war on Yemen, and lifting of a blockade on the country.
Iran signs contracts to export arms
Iran’s Defense Minister General Amir Hatami said a number of contracts have been concluded with some of the countries for arms exports while negotiations are underway with some others for purchasing of arms.
End of Iran arms ban triumph of ‘logic’ over US ‘bullying’: Rouhani
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has hailed the lifting of the UN arms embargo on the Islamic Republic as the victory of the logic of law and truth over bullying, saying the US failed in its plots to deprive the Iranians of their right to free trade in defensive equipment.
UN arms ban expiry outcome of Iran’s 'correct policy' on JCPOA: Gov’t spokesman
China says removal of arms embargo must be faithfully implemented
Minister: Iran will sell more arms than buy after embargo lifted
Iran’s defense minister said the Islamic Republic is more inclined to sell weapons rather than buy them, after the expiry of a longstanding UN conventional arms embargo.
China rails at US after threat of sanctions over arms trade with Iran
China on Monday accused the United States of "peddling arms" and "interfering" in other countries' affairs after Washington threatened sanctions against any nation to sell weapons to Iran even after the end of a UN ban.
UN arms embargo on Iran lifted despite US objections
Zarif hails expiry as ‘win for cause of multilateralism’
Russia sees ‘no problem’ with S-400 sale to Iran: Envoy
Russia’s ambassador to Iran said Moscow is open to the delivery of S-400 air defense missile system to Tehran.
Iran rejects allegations of arms transfer to Armenia
Heavy losses as Armenia, Azerbaijan defy calls for calm

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