Among the exhibitions commemorating the 10th anniversary of the war in Iraq , Franco Pagetti offers a vision of the country’s recent history that unfolds over the course of several years.
Pagetti arrived in Baghdad shortly before the war broke out. His movements were limited by the regime, but that was before the horror and violence that would kill more civilians than soldiers (like all modern wars) and that would force him to cover the rest of the war under the protection of the U.S. military.
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