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Nigeria: UK arms & training

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UK military export licences globally since 2008

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UK arms export licences

View and search information about exports of arms and other controlled goods approved by the UK government.

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Country information

Information about countries and arms export licences approved by the UK government over the last 10 years.

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Arms companies

Information about some of the world's largest arms companies, including BAE Systems.

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Arms fairs

Information about upcoming and past arms fairs in the UK and around the world, including DSEI, Farnborough and Security & Policing.

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