Nearly 200 Iraqi civilians have launched a High Court battle for a fully independent public inquiry into allegations British troops committed "terrifying acts of brutality" following the invasion of Iraq.
Nearly 200 Iraqi civilians have launched a High Court battle for a fully independent public inquiry into allegations British troops committed \"terrifying acts of brutality\" following the invasion of Iraq.
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Two judges were yesterday told women, the elderly and children were among victims as soldiers went in search of individuals to detain and interrogate.
A judge-led inquiry is being sought into accusations British interrogators were guilty of unlawful killings as well as torture in UK-controlled detention facilities from 2003 to 2009.
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