Libyan soldiers sent home after two of their number raped a man on a drunken rampage left a repair bill of almost £500,000, figures show.

Ministry of Defence (MoD) bosses agreed to let up to 2,000 Libyan recruits train at Bassingbourn Barracks in Cambridgeshire.

But the multi-million pound programme was abandoned in November after allegations of rape, drunkenness, fighting and vandalism.

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