Amnesty International's 'War in Raqqa' exhibition

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Amnesty International's 'War in Raqqa' exhibition

A new interactive exhibition exploring the US-led coalition's bombing of the Syrian city of Raqqa, is going on display in the capital.

Amnesty's crisis response advisor Donatella Rovera spent months on the ground in the area investigating the destruction left behind.

The photos, video and virtual reality on show look at Raqqa now and asks those responsible to consider their accountability.

 Amnesty International's War in Raqqa is on until May 30th.

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