By Colombo Telegraph –
Allegations to be unveiled in high court of ‘systemic’ policy of abuse from 2003 to 2008, the Guardian reports.
“Britain will face fresh charges of breaching international law over the alleged torture and killing of prisoners during the war in Iraq, which began almost exactly 10 years ago. The allegations will be unveiled in the high court, when Britain will stand accused of a “systemic” policy of abuse committed over five years, from 2003 to 2008.” the newspaper said.
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