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Published on 13 June 2013

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Published on 20 February 2013

Syrian violence threatens ancient treasures

We emptied Syria's museums

Comics from Syria

Syrian Messengers

Published on 19 February 2013

Mali's ancient treasures are too valuable to be buried again

The ancient manuscripts of Timbuktu are a door into Africa's golden age. We must not let this crisis threaten their survival

People of Timbuktu save manuscripts from invaders

These manuscripts are our identity

Ancient Homer tablets the latest invaluable artifacts stolen in Syria

Mosaics depicting scenes from Homer?s epic poem The Odyssey.

Published on 18 February 2013

Live Blogging from Bhutan

International Conference on Protection of Cultural Property in Asia

Published on 17 February 2013

Eighteen ancient Odyssey mosaics stolen in Syria, minister says

Mosaics were stolen during illegal excavation

Published on 15 February 2013

Amid hope of restitution, Nigeria hosts foreign museums

Desire that the gift inaugurates fruitful dialogue

Published on 13 February 2013

Antiques shop raid nets loot stolen from Siem Reap pagoda

Undercover Heritage Protection officers detained two men

Slashing Culture

The arts appear to be one of the most dispensable areas

Rapport sur les musées syriens 2011-2012 - État des lieux no 1

Douze musées syriens victimes de vols et de bombardements

Syrian Official Warns of Trafficking in Antiquities

Rampant trafficking in antiquities

GHF Preservation Fellow Documents Syria's Endangered Cultural Heritage Sites

Many of its most historic and celebrated sites are at risk

GHN Posts Updated Report by Emma Cunliffe on Damage to Syria's World Heritage Sites

Many of its most historic and celebrated sites are at risk - next phase

Syrian rebels loot artifacts to raise money for fight against Assad

Some days we are fighters; others we are archaeologists

Published on 10 February 2013

Published on 9 February 2013

Police seize large cache of Syrian artefacts

Stored illegal artefacts in an apartment

Published on 7 February 2013

Published on 4 February 2013

How Timbuktu Saved Its Books

Behind the rescue of Mali?s historic manuscripts

Published on 3 February 2013

UNESCO supports Libyan heritage with two million dollar project

Focus on training for the benefit of heritage professionals

Published on 1 February 2013

Revolution Brings Hard Times for Egypt's Treasures

Enthusiasm has given way to neglect and disrepair

Systematic ruin of Egypt's antiquities in Haram

The house of Ispenian was robbed during the revolution but now it is destroyed

Author Nihad Sirees: We Are Fighting the Formal History of a Regime

ArabLit?s Nadia Ghanem recently met with Syrian author Nihad Sirees

Published on 31 January 2013

Timbuktu's documentary treasures

Memory of the World project

Published on 30 January 2013

Timbuktu Update

Custodians of the libraries worked quietly to save mss

Bulk of Timbuktu manuscripts safe, unharmed -experts

No damage to most mss experts report

Published on 29 January 2013

France returns smuggled Nok artefacts to Nigeria

Finally Nok statues return home

Published on 28 January 2013

Timbuktu mayor: Mali rebels torched library of historic manuscripts

Fleeing Islamist insurgents burnt two buildings containing priceless books as French-led troops approached, says mayor

Published on 25 January 2013

The political economy of cultural heritage

Multiple layers of culture historically influence Indoneisa

Culture and Development (Guyana)

Discussion of culture has always been off limits

Published on 24 January 2013

Published on 22 January 2013

US plea to protect Syria's rich heritage

Both sides must take steps to protect heritage

Published on 21 January 2013

Turkey wages 'cultural war' in pursuit of its archaeological treasures

Turkey has threatened to bar foreign archaeologists from excavation sites

Published on 20 January 2013

Published on 16 January 2013