Colombo Telegraph

UK Ordered To Hold Iraq Inquests

High court rules that up to 161 allegedly unlawful killings by British military should be subject of coroner-style hearings, the Guardian reports.

According to the newspaper, a series of public inquests should be held into the deaths of civilians who are alleged to have been killed unlawfully by the British military following the 2003 invasion of Iraq, the high court has ruled.

 

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