An urgent investigation is underway after it was revealed that tissue samples from soldiers killed in Afghanistan have been kept by the Ministry of Defence.
The remains, which have been held without permission from families, were discovered last month at Bulford camp in Wiltshire. A number of body parts were also found at the John Radcliffe hospital in Oxford.
Tonight the Army said they're "deeply sorry" and that investigations are being carried out to identify families affected
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Becky Watts allegedly told a friend that Nathan Matthews, who is on trial for her murder, described how he would kill her in 2013.
Five people have been arrested after clashes between football fans and police before a Swindon - Oxford match on Tuesday night.
Nathan Matthews, the step-brother of Becky Watts, has admitted to killing the teen - but denies he murder her.