Injured photographer Giles Duley wants Afghanistan return


A new exhibition of photographs is about to open in London featuring the work of Giles Duley, a photographer who has spent the last 15 years documenting the effects of war on civilians.

It is a subject he now understands in a totally different way.

On his final photo assignment in February in Afghanistan he stepped on an explosive device and lost his arm, and both legs.

David Sillito went to meet him and find out why he wants to return to Afghanistan as a photographer.

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