France exhibition shines spotlight on civilians in war zones

Haunting images and a rare glimpse of the people trying to live their day-to-day lives in the midst of death and destruction.

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    An exhibition in France is shedding light on everyday life in warzones, trying to spread awareness of the struggles of civilians caught in the crossfire

    Images from Yemen and Gaza are among the photographs on display.

     

    Al Jazeera’s Natasha Butler reports from Perpignan.


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