Due to the large number of visitors coming to look through WarShooter this week, I have broken up entries and more lengthy photographic series into new pages. This should help to keep the site from becoming overloaded. What follows is a bit of a guide to some of the larger series: Zoriah's great Tsunami series, Katherine Kiviat's book project, Parwana, and Sheryl Mendez's series "Silencing Memory: Torture And Disappearance In Iraq". Bill Putnam's fairly graphic work coming out of Iraq is spread out a bit, but here is one of his last uploads, a deadly encounter between American soldiers and Iraqi insurgents in Baghdad. We will be posting a series on Haiti from Asim Rafiqui in the next day or two. Gary Fabiano, whose Hurricane Katrina photos are linked here will also likely be putting something up Haiti related in a few days. A few others have things on the burner. Registered users can, of course, post their work themselves. Or tap out a quick email to firstname.lastname@example.org and your news blog entry, story, or photographs can be uploaded from here.
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