Claims of six alleged victims involve being punched, kicked and having animal dung smeared on their faces during a battle camp in Scotland

Seventeen army instructors have been charged with assaulting teenage recruits at a battle camp in Scotland.

The instructors – who are thought to be veterans of the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan – face 40 charges of battery, ill-treatment and actual bodily harm. They could be jailed if found guilty.

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