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  • To the world outside Abu Ghraib prison, he became an iconic figure, a naked, prostrate Iraqi prisoner crawling on the end of a leash held by Private Lynndie England, the pixyish Army Reserve clerk who posed in several of the infamous photographs that made the name Abu Ghraib synonymous with torture.

    We Brought Democracy to Iraq...

  • The renovated facility will be called Baghdad's Central Prison because the name Abu Ghraib has left a "bitter feeling inside Iraqis 'hearts," Deputy Justice Minister Busho Ibrahim said on Saturday.

    Taipei Times

  • The renovated facility will be called Baghdad's Central Prison because the name Abu Ghraib has left a "bitter feeling inside Iraqis 'hearts," deputy Justice Minister Busho Ibrahim said Saturday.

    JPost Headlines

  • Iraq's deputy justice minister, Busho Ibrahim, says the renovated facility will be called Baghdad's Central Prison because the name Abu Ghraib has left a "bitter feeling inside Iraqis 'hearts."

    CTV News RSS Feed

  • The renovated facility will be called Baghdad's Central Prison because the name Abu Ghraib has left a "bitter feeling inside Iraqis 'hearts," deputy Justice Minister Busho Ibrahim said.

    AOL News

  • The renovated facility will be called Baghdad's Central Prison because the name Abu Ghraib has left a "bitter feeling inside Iraqis 'hearts," Deputy Justice Minister Busho Ibrahim said.

    Iraq Updates - Latest News

  • The renovated facility will be called Baghdad's Central Prison because the name Abu Ghraib has left a "bitter feeling inside Iraqis 'hearts," deputy Justice Minister Busho Ibrahim said on Saturday.

    The Times of India

  • The renovated facility will be called Baghdad Central Prison because the name Abu Ghraib has left a "bitter feeling inside Iraqis 'hearts," the deputy justice minister, Busho Ibrahim, said.

    European Tribune

  • Will we remember that there was a place called Abu Ghraib on the dusty outskirts of Baghdad, and that torture took place there, for which we were responsible?

    Louis Bickford: Memory, War, and the Memory of War

  • It had come from such a despicable inhuman hatred place that it somehow managed to recall Abu Ghraib, the Holocaust, porn and snuff films all at once.

    Jill Soloway: Remove the Rating for Captivity

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