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Cameron Looks To Sell Arms To Indonesia

April 13 2012

United Kingdom

The U.K. government has decided to permit British defense firms to sell weapons and systems to Indonesia for the first time in 13 years, reports London's Daily Telegraph.

Prime Minister David Cameron is in Jakarta this week to discuss weapons sales with the Indonesian government.

The U.K. used to be Indonesia's largest weapons provider. However, sales were cut off by the Blair government after the Indonesian military was accused of bombing its own citizens in East Timor using...

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