Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :US demands Iraq treat prisoners with respect and in accordance with the Geneva Convention. New Zealand Herald, 26 March, 2003.
Reference Number: DX-002-232
An unshaven Arab prisoner in a jump suit, who has his feet chained, his hands tied behind his back and earmuffs on, is shown alone in a empty room at the United States detention centre at Guantanamo Bay (Cuba). Refers to the United States' hypocricy in criticising the treatment of captured US soldiers, when they themselves are involved in many serious breeches of the Geneva Convention.
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Malcolm Paul Evans, George Walker Bush, New Zealand Herald (Newspaper), Cuba, Iraq, Prisoners of war, Political prisoners, Torture, United States - Foreign relations - Iraq, Treaties, Prisons, War and Human rights.
Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :US demands Iraq treat prisoners with respect and in accordance with the Geneva Convention. New Zealand Herald, 26 March, 2003., Reference Number DX-002-232 (1 digitised items)
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Historical Notes: The United States' invasion of Iraq began on 20th March 2003.
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