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'Yemen Papers' reveals extent of French weapons sold to Saudis used against civilians


IN THE PAPERS - Monday April 15: We bring you an explosive investigative report from the website Disclose that shows proof that French weapons sold to Saudi Arabia were used in civilian areas. France is also accused of offering tax waivers to Indian tycoon Anil Ambani around the same time the Rafale deal was being negotiated. Also, the bickering continues between Julian Assange and Ecuador, Tiger Woods makes a great comeback and find out how to pretend to be a Game of Thrones fan!

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