War crime investigators say new technology is being used to bring those responsible for atrocities to justice.

E-Team, a new documentary screening at the Sydney Film Festival, shows human rights workers in Syria and Libya collecting information about mass shootings, gas attacks, and missile strikes on civilian homes.

The evidence is later used in war crime tribunals.

“We speak to hundreds of people, witnesses, victims and perpetrators,” Anna Neistat from Human Rights Watch said.


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