“Caesar,” in a hooded jacket, tells the committee he witnessed a “genocidal massacre.”
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With the U.N. Security Council blocked from taking strong action on Syria, the United States and other nations are hoping to shame its government by sponsoring a graphic photo exhibit of detainees who have died in President Bashar Assad's prisons since the country's conflict began.The images are from a collection taken by a crime-scene photographer for the Syrian military who was reassigned to photograph the bodies of rebels and dissidents after the conflict began.The coalition in January demanded that the U.N. remove a photo exhibit sponsored by the Syrian mission to the U.N. that referred to the opposition as "terror groups".
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