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Revealed: U.S. Military Allies in Iraq Asked Red Cross to Investigate Fallujah Birth Defects
Posted on: May 6, 2010, Source: Independent UK
Britain was so concerned about reports of an alarming increase in the number of babies being born with deformities that ministers asked the Red Cross to investigate.
Revealed: British Military Intelligence Agents' Secret Attempts to Recruit Prisoners at Guantanamo
Posted on: May 7, 2009, Source: Independent UK
MI5 agents promised to protect British prisoners from their American captors and help secure their return home to the United Kingdom.
Nine Iraqis to Receive Compensation for Sexual "Assaults and Batteries" by British Soldiers
Posted on: Sep 16, 2008, Source: Independent UK
It is the second big payout by the British Army this year over allegations of abuse.
Iraqi Facing Deportation from Britain to Baghdad: "I Will be Dead Within Days"
Posted on: Jun 3, 2008, Source: Independent UK
Zyad al-Saadon has lived in Britain for 35 years. Now, the British government want to deport him to Baghdad.
Is a Small Island in the Indian Ocean Holding Prisoners in the War on Terror?
Posted on: Feb 1, 2008, Source: The Independent UK
The expulsion of the people of Diego Garcia was covered up for years. Now officials block an investigation of its role in extraordinary rendition.
U.K.'s Top Lawyer Accused of Telling Brit Commanders Not to Protect Iraqis' Human Rights
Posted on: May 29, 2007, Source: Independent UK
In a scandal that is rocking the U.K., Lord Goldsmith is accused of telling the Army that its soldiers were not bound by the Human Rights Act when arresting, detaining and interrogating Iraqi prisoners.
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