Middle East
Changing the faces of Abu Ghraib
Photographer hosts exhibition to alter perspective of those who suffered in Iraq jail.
Last Modified: 28 Oct 2009 22:07 GMT

Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison will forever be associated with images of hooded and humiliated prisoners.

But one US photographer wants to change the impression, and give a new face to the people who suffered, and survived that torture.

Photographer Chris Bartlett took a break from the fashion houses of New York to tell their stories.

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