Tales from a Libyan jail, a review on Manu Brabo’s work

After being held for 44 days in several prisons of the regime in the spring of 2011, Pulitzer winner photographer Manu Brabo went back when the rebels took control of Tripoli to cover the conflict again. He immediately started to closely follow the situation of the prisoners suspected of being loyalist to the dying regime.

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