Claims that some British troops were responsible for a series of war crimes in Iraq will be examined by the International Criminal Court.
The court is reopening files it closed eight years ago, after a British law firm and a German human rights organisation submitted new information.
Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship reports on allegations of war crimes against British troops who served in Iraq.
Warning: The report contains images that some viewers may find disturbing.
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