This 7 April 2010 video says about itself:
WikiLeaks video: ‘Collateral murder’ in Iraq
WikiLeaks, a website that publishes anonymously sourced documents, has released a video showing what apparently is a US military helicopter firing at unarmed civilians in Iraq. WikiLeaks said the footage, filmed from a helicopter cockpit, shows a missile strike and shooting on a square in a Baghdad neighbourhood in July 2007. The website said 12 civilians were killed in the attack, including two journalists, Namir Nour El Deen and Saeed Chmagh, who worked for the Reuters news agency. This is the full, unedited version of the footage.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:
By Ben Meindertsma
The Dutch government admits that the Netherlands is responsible for the airstrike in 2015 … in Iraq, and that seventy people died in the process. The Ministry of Defense was aware of civilian casualties, but initially concealed this from Parliament, according to a letter by Minister Bijleveld to the House of Representatives.
The Netherlands was also involved in an attack on a home in the Iraqi city of Mosul, in which four people died, the minister writes. It is the first time that the Netherlands has opened a case concerning air attacks carried out by the Netherlands …
Research by the NOS and NRC daily showed two weeks ago that in 2015 a neighbourhood was completely destroyed in a Dutch attack … in Hawija. … At least seventy people were killed, including children according to eyewitnesses.
The US Americans also investigated the case and informed the Dutch Ministry of Defense on 15 June that seventy people were killed in the bombing. … the United States Pentagon told NOS and NRC that it concerns 70 citizens. …
The House of Representatives was told on 22 June, a week after the Americans had informed The Hague, something else. In response to written MPs’ questions, then Minister Hennis wrote that no civilians supposedly had died as a result of Dutch actions. “That was wrong in itself, that was not true”, Bijleveld says in an explanation. At that time, it was already known at the ministry that the Americans did, in fact, assume civilian deaths. …
Surviving relatives cannot claim compensation from the Netherlands, says the minister.