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A haunting picture of a forest and photos of Guantanamo Bay are among the eerie rendition locations now on show at the Imperial War Museum – works that seek to use art to lift the veil on state counterterrorism practices.The work is part of "War of Terror," a new exhibition that opened Thursday.The Council of Europe found that 14 European countries had tolerated the secret transfer of terror suspects by the United States."War of Terror" is up at London's Imperial War Museum through Aug. 28 .
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