LONDON—Britain may be forced to halt transfers of arms to Saudi Arabia after appeals judges concluded that the government had unlawfully signed off on exports. An appeal by the Campaign Against the Arms Trade (CATT) concluded that ministers had made no assessments on whether the Saudi-led coalition operating in Yemen had committed violations of international humanitarian law, Court of Appeals judges said June 20. International Trade Minister Liam Fox said that no new export licenses ...

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