Army sorry for 'racist' tweet
The Army has apologised after an image it had tweeted of a soldier in the jungle sparked accusations of racism.
The tweet, posted shortly after 10:00 on Wednesday, has since been deleted.
Some social media users thought the image was racist.
Others were incredulous that the tweet could have been posted at all.
An army spokesman said: "The content of the tweet shows a picture of a soldier wearing camouflage and concealment measures, standard for jungle training in Belize.
"We can see how the tweet may have been misinterpreted, have immediately removed it and apologised for any... read more
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