Kidnappers of five Britons held in Iraq say they will kill one of their captives unless UK troops pull out.
A video aired on an Arabic TV station features one of the hostages, who were seized in May, and sets a 10-day deadline.
In a statement, the militants said he would be killed as a “first warning”.
The five men – a computer expert and four guards – were abducted by a group disguised in police uniforms.
In London, the Foreign Office condemned the hostage-taking and urged the kidnappers to release the Britons unconditionally.
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