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The decision by the court came in June after the Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) complained that the weapon sales were against international humanitarian law. 

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The top court will decide if PM Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks was unlawful 

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“The South China Sea is a vast ocean... we have no objection to people sailing around there but do not enter Chinese territorial waters within 12 nautical miles."

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On Monday, a law came into force demanding U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson delay Brexit until 2020 unless he can make a deal with the EU next month for a smooth transition.

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The Labour leader said the prime minister was trying to avoid abiding by a ''clear decision'' made by parliament.

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The two-day walkout will cost International Airlines Group, the airline’s parent company, around US$98 million.

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“First of all, the prime minister will go to the council meeting, he’ll be trying to strike a deal. He absolutely will not be asking for an extension," Sajid Javid said. 

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Labor, Liberal Democrat, Scottish and Welsh lawmakers agreed to vote against the Primer Minister's proposals.

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