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At a time of tremendous religious significance for the Shia, the insensitive actions of a British security man appear to have sparked a major crisis

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A former Army doctor's career lay in ruins today after he was struck off the medical register over the death of Iraqi detainee Baha Mousa.

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A former British Army doctor has been found guilty of attempting to cover up the death of an Iraqi civilian who was fatally beaten by British troops in 2003, and of failing to protect other detainees.

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A bomb killed at least 30 Shi'ite pilgrims near the southern port city of Basra today, Iraqi officials said. It was the latest in a series of attacks during Shi'ite religious commemorations that threaten to further increase sectarian tensions just weeks after the US withdrawal.

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Four people killed in Basra suicide blast

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Iraq blast kills six in Basra

A roadside bomb killed six people and wounded 12 Sunday morning in the oil-rich city of Basra in southern Iraq, local officials said.

'Torture troops' may yet be charged

Former and serving British soldiers are awaiting a landmark report into the brutal death of an Iraqi civilian which could lead to them facing criminal charges.

At least 43 dead after Basra blast

The death toll from an explosion in Iraq's second-largest city has risen from 20 to 43, health officials revealed today.

Officer 'lied' to inquiry into Mousa's death

A former Army commanding officer was accused yesterday of lying to a public inquiry into the death of an Iraqi civilian in his soldiers' custody.

Baha Mousa: Former commanding officer accused of lying to inquiry

A former Army commanding officer was accused today of lying to a public inquiry into the death of an Iraqi civilian in his soldiers' custody.

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