Abu Ghraib, One Year Later

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Iraqi Man Menaced by Prison Dogs

One of many photos from Abu Ghraib prison that stunned the nation and the world. Reuters/'The New Yorker' hide caption

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One year ago this week, graphic and disturbing photographs were splashed across newspapers and television screens around the world. The pictures showed American servicemen abusing detainees at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison. Much has unfolded since those photographs were made public.



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