London show highlights horrors of wars

Special exhibition at London's Tate Modern takes visitors on journey through conflicts in the last 150 years.

    Images of war's aftermath and destruction are part of a special new exhibition at London's Tate Modern.

    The museum is taking visitors on a journey through 150 years of conflict, from World War One to the conflict in Afghanistan.

    The show aims to present an alternative to typical war reportage, giving visitors a new perspective on conflicts, and the time to reflect on how war impacts people's lives.

    Al Jazeera's Jessica Baldwin reports from London.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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