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The Other Photos From Iraq

Hacker/Cracker Ejovi Nuwere writes on ejovi.net:Despite all the news about pictures of Iraqi prisoners being abused and Americans being murdered, a small community has quietly built up among American and British solders in Iraq who publish personal pictures from Iraq…

Hacker/Cracker Ejovi Nuwere writes on ejovi.net:

Despite all the news about pictures of Iraqi prisoners being abused and Americans being murdered, a small community has quietly built up among American and British solders in Iraq who publish personal pictures from Iraq on a daily basis, often with commentary.

Using mobile phones soldiers have taken hundreds of pictures, sometimes graphics images though mostly harmless that give an amazing insight into the life of a soldier in Iraq.

A list of them appears on his website. Check it out!

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