An interactive exhibition has opened in Moscow that aims to allow Russians to experience the “grief, pain and tears” of the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Housed within a former Soviet exhibition park, the display shows artefacts, including ammunition, personal belongings and a shrapnel-hit minibus, all overlaid with a soundtrack of war.
It clearly identifies the government in Kiev as responsible for the suffering.
Ukraine’s presidential administration calls the exhibition “propaganda” and a distortion of reality – and has suggested that some of the items on show could provide evidence of crimes.
The conflict remains far from resolved – with an uneasy ceasefire currently in place.
Sarah Rainsford reports from Moscow.