Since 2011, Michel Slomka has documented the psychological and physical consequences of violence on individual victims of war crimes. Sinjar shows the ravages caused by war in Syria and Iraq and by the ethnic cleansing carried out by the Islamic State group in the regions it conquered in the spring and summer of 2014. The symbol of this “purification”, the...
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