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|Public inquiry into Iraqi's death
||Public inquiry into Iraqi's death
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A public inquiry will be held into the death of Iraqi civilian Baha Mousa, the government has announced.
Mr Mousa died while in British troops' custody in Basra in 2003. No one has been convicted over the death.
|Defence Secretary Des Browne told MPs an inquiry "will reassure the public that we are leaving no stone unturned in investigating his tragic death".||Defence Secretary Des Browne told MPs an inquiry "will reassure the public that we are leaving no stone unturned in investigating his tragic death".|
Lawyers for Mr Mousa's relatives said an inquiry should examine other alleged cases of manslaughter and torture.