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Four UK soldiers tried for Iraqi death by drowning

A British military court began hearings on Monday in the case of four soldiers accused of manslaughter for forcing an Iraqi prisoner into a canal in Basra where he drowned. Soldiers James Cooke, 22, Joseph McCleary, 24, Martin McGing, 22, of the Irish Guards and Color Sergeant Carle Selman of the Coldstream Guards, 39, will face a seven-member court martial panel. Legal arguments began on Monday, with prosecutors due to present their case later this week in a trial expected to last about six weeks. Full Story

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