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Goodbye Aleppo

In this award winning film, four citizen journalists, documented their last days in East Aleppo. Contains content which some viewers may find disturbing.

In December 2016, one of the most significant battles of the Syrian Civil War ended when the city of Aleppo finally fell to Syrian Government forces. In this award winning film, four citizen journalists, who are also activists opposed to President Assad, document their last days in East Aleppo. Under siege, trapped with two hundred thousand others, they survived on limited food, water and medicine. But the team continued to film with small cameras and mobile phones as the battle for the city raged. This programme contains content that some viewers may find disturbing.

30 minutes

Last on

Fri 12 Jan 2018 00:30GMT

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