Changing the faces of Abu Ghraib

Photographer hosts exhibition to alter perspective of those who suffered in Iraq jail.

    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.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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