CAAT

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CAATCenter for Alternatives to Animal Testing (Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health)
CAATCampaign Against Arms Trade (UK)
CAATComputer Assisted Audit Tools
CAATCollege of Applied Arts and Technology (Ontario Canada)
CAATCanadian Adult Achievement Test
CAATCombined Anti-Armor Team
CAATComputer-Assisted Audit Tools
CAATComputer-Assisted Audit Technique
CAATControlled Amino Acid Therapy (cancer treatment)
CAATCowley Activities Awareness Team (Arkansas City, KS)
CAATCommunity Awareness Action Team (Westminster, CO)
CAATCombined Arms Assessment Team (US Army)
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Andrew Smith, of Campaign Against Arms Trade, said: "Airbus have sold military equipment to regimes with appalling human rights records.
The Campaign Against Arms Trade said: "Middle Eastern leaders, among others, are likely to think that ministers have the blood of Palestinian children on their hands." Labour backbencher Richard Burden asked how it was "acceptable" that equipment could be supplied through a third party, when it would not be acceptable if we did it directly.
Shareholders attending the meeting at London's Queen Elizabeth II Centre had to make their way past a "die in" in which 20 members of the Campaign Against Arms Trade feigned death.
Among the organizers are the Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) and Stop the War Coalition, which counts Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott among their patrons, Sky News reported on Wednesday.
The startling statistics were compiled from research by the Campaign Against Arms Trade.
UK-based NGO Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) in late December asked the Prime Minister and other British politicians to end their political and military support for Saudi Arabia regime, as Riyadh's air campaign against its neighbor has so far killed thousands of Yemenis.
Meanwhile, law firm Leigh Day have begun proceedings against the Government on behalf of the Campaign Against Arms Trade.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- UK-based NGO Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) asked Prime Minister Theresa May and other British politicians to end their political and military support for Saudi Arabia regime, as Riyadh's air campaign against its neighbor has so far killed more than 15,000 Yemenis.
Andrew Smith, of Campaign Against Arms Trade, said: "The Saudi regime has been in London buying weapons while their military have been attacking Yemen.
They are being given to buy friends and increase influence," Andrew Smith of Campaign against Arms Trade (CAAT) stressed.
Campaign Against Arms Trade said Saudi Arabia are the largest buyers of UK weapons and the British Government had licensed more than PS3.8billion worth of arms sales to the regime.
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