1 of 8 US military authorities invited journalists inside Abu Ghraib prison - where Iraqi prisoners previously suffered abuse at the hands of US soldiers.
2 of 8 The coalition says changes have been made since the abuses happened - and Major General Geoffrey Miller, the new Iraq prisons chief, apologised to Iraqis.
3 of 8 Journalists were told filming or speaking to inmates would violate the Geneva Convention. Instead, the military handed out pictures of improvements taking place at the jail - like the construction of this dental clinic.
4 of 8 A photograph of the operating theatre was also handed out...
5 of 8 ... along with this shot, of the tented compound in which inmates live at the centre of the prison complex.
6 of 8 Journalists were shown an interrogation room at the jail, but were not allowed to watch an actual interrogation taking place.
7 of 8 Meanwhile, an angry crowd of about 2,000 gathered outside the prison, waving the old Iraqi flag and chanting anti-US slogans.
8 of 8 Their signs read: "You give a bad impression about America and Christians" and "Democracy is not to force peoples to follow USA."