Fallujah 2003. American soldiers open fire on a peaceful demonstration following a massacre at another demonstration the day before. Two were killed and 16 injured.
Demonstrators try to dodge the bullets by ducking down behind any cover. For some this meant just the curb.
Shot at point blank range. Together with journalist Chris Hughes we broke the story of Fallujah in The Daily Mirror in what is now regarded by many as the 48 hours which started the insurgency in Iraq, and led this part of the world to where it is today.
"Reclaiming the Dead" at Abu Graib prison. Families of victims of Sadam's torture and death chambers at Abu Graib exhume skeletal remains of their families to take for a proper burial.
A looter cries as he is caught and arrested by an American soldier.
An 'excited' American soldier threatens to 'blow the f***in brains out' of either of these two looters if they try to escape.
A mother hears the tragic news that her child is unlikely to live due to the lack of basic medicines in the children's hospital.
Father and son after an explosion at a munitions dump exploded close to a village.
Baghdad 'Gun Market'. AK47's and knives available to buy on the black market despite allied ban on civilians holding any weapons.
A man demonstrates a 'torture suit' found in a mosque in Sadam City which was used by the regime during the questioning and torturing of Shia Muslims.
Boy looks on as American soldiers guard a bank in the central area of Baghdad.