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Unique Exhibition of Syria Material Evidences Runs in Moscow
26.12.2013 13:44
Unique Exhibition of Syria Material Evidences Runs in Moscow

The main goal of the exhibition Material Evidences. Syria is to tell the truth about the war that is going on there.

      Journalists have brought not only exclusive photos and videos, but also military artifacts from Syria. Among them there are dummies used for tracking down snipers, and remains of a mined car.

      Besides, Russian photographers managed to be among the first people to visit the area subjected to chemical weapon, and take pictures of hospital, churches and mosques ruined by fighters.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Syria Terrorists Exhibitions in Moscow   

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