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Terror evidence on display in Washington

The media-themed Newseum in Washington DC has re-opened one of its most popular exhibits.

Inside Today's FBI features 45 new artefacts from the country's history of crime and terrorism. They showcase the work of the nation's top law enforcement body, as it wrestles with attacks from at home and abroad, online and in the skies.

The BBC talked to the Newseum's curator about the newly-revamped exhibit, and why the FBI wants to share its work with the world.

Produced by Mat Morrison. Edited and filmed by Olivia Lace-Evans

  • 13 Nov 2015
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