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£14m for Iraq torture victims

£14m for Iraq torture victims
The Ministry of Defence has paid out a total of £14m to alleged victims of torture and illegal detention during the UK’s intervention in the country. The figure, revealed by the Guardian, represents the total costs and compensation given to 205 people, with further claims set to be pursued in 2013.

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