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Press releases

End the hypocrisy of G8 arms dealing

The Campaign Against Arms Trade today condemned the hypocrisy of Tony Blair and other G8 leaders over the arms trade, pointing out that the five biggest arms exporting countries are all members of the G8. The USA, UK, Russia, France and Germany not only top the list, but completely dominate the market, accounting for

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BAE Systems buys into continuing war strategy

BAE Systems are to hold an EGM this Friday, 13th May 2005, to finalise a merger valued at $4.2 billion with United Defense of the US. CAAT supporters will be attending the meeting to challenge members of the board. United Defense produce land and sea systems, foremost among them the Bradley fighting

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