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Archaeology

World news about “Archaeology” published by euronews.

22/05 11:36 CET

ISIL razing of Palmyra’s cultural heritage “not foregone conclusion”

ISIL razing of Palmyra’s cultural heritage “not foregone conclusion”

Western outrage over fears ISIL will raze Palmyra’s cultural patrimony has handed the radicalists valuable propaganda, an expert has claimed. But Charlie Winter, a researcher on jihadist movements at the Quilliam Foundation, says the destruction of the Syrian city’s heritage is…