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Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee (FAC) has said it will monitor the case of a British father held in Ethiopia, among other cases, amid concerns that the government has lessened its commitment to ending human rights abuses abroad.
The Foreign Affairs Committee has called on ministers to recognise contradictions between promoting human rights and selling arms to dictatorships.
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