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UK victims told ‘sue terrorists’

British victims of terrorism abroad have been advised by the government to sue the perpetrators of the attacks, the BBC has revealed. The Department for Work and Pensions has written to families, saying they should “seek compensation” from their attackers, BBC Real Story reported. Since the 11 September attacks, 45 Britons have died and many more injured in attacks overseas. But only victims injured on UK soil are eligible for compensation. Full Story

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