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Syrians Risk Lives To Protect Nation's Ancient Sites

 
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11/28/2012 06:31 AM
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Syrians Risk Lives To Protect Nation's Ancient Sites
Even as civil war tears the nation apart, it seems Syrians can agree about one thing: The need to protect the country’s antiquities and World Heritage Sites that represent thousands of years of human history.

Rebel fighters and ordinary citizens are risking their lives to document the damage being done to Syria’s ancient treasures and museums...


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11/28/2012 06:34 AM
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Re: Syrians Risk Lives To Protect Nation's Ancient Sites
Not surprising, after what they did in Iraq, ancient sites seem to be a target, either to destroy/erase or control.
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11/28/2012 06:53 AM
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Re: Syrians Risk Lives To Protect Nation's Ancient Sites
Not surprising, after what they did in Iraq, ancient sites seem to be a target, either to destroy/erase or control.
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Yes, the Ancient Library of Alexandria comes to mind...
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11/28/2012 06:56 AM
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Re: Syrians Risk Lives To Protect Nation's Ancient Sites
Not surprising, after what they did in Iraq, ancient sites seem to be a target, either to destroy/erase or control.
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or to steal ancient technologies..ohyeah
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