When the US troops entered his native town of Bagdad in 2003, Ghaith Abdul-Ahad ditched his architectural sketches, grabbed a camera a friend had given him and stepped outside to document what was going on. A decade later, he’s become one of the most renowned war photojournalists of his generation. 

Broadcast on Deutsche Welle (February 2013)

September 13, 2012

The Ghosts of Srebrenica

Photo by matsj (Flickr.com)

Report on life in Srebrenica 15 years after the massacre that killed over 8,000 Muslim men and boys. 

Click here to read the report The Ghosts of Srebrenica 

Published on International Justice Tribune from RNW