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At Abu Ghraib, US seeks to make things right

By Thanassis Cambanis
Globe Staff / June 12, 2004

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Every day at Abu Ghraib prison, about 200 smiling detainees receive visitors and pose -- with no apparent sense of irony -- for US soldiers taking digital photographs. Printouts of the photographs are given to the detainee and the visitor. (Full Article: 1459 Words)

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