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Source: The New York Times

Some of the most harrowing and urgent reporting these days comes from everyday citizens armed with smartphones, and three new documentaries explore the breadth of their reach.

“City of Ghosts” follows members of the Syrian watchdog group Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently as they chronicle the Islamic State’s atrocities. “A Cambodian Spring” tells of a Buddhist monk who defies the authorities by standing with the poor, and “Copwatch” looks at American activists training others to monitor the police.

Read the story at The New York Times.

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