Germany is joining forces with the United Nations to host a conference on the ruined Syrian city. More than 150 experts will converge in Berlin to decide how to rescue a site that was plundered by so-called Islamic State.
The 1963-5 trials in the city of Frankfurt confronted many Germans for the first time with their country's Nazi past. Over 400 documents and 100 recordings detail the proceedings.
The Iraqi Army liberated the ancient city of Nimrud in November 2016, after the "Islamic State" destroyed the archaeological site. But in the past eight months, nothing has happened to restore it.
Crews have begun dynamiting Neolithic-era caves near Hasankeyf, Turkey. The early Mesopotamian settlement will soon be submerged by a hydroelectric dam project, Diego Cupolo reports.
A donor conference in Paris committed millions to the protection of cultural heritage sites after meeting in the wake of the destruction of ancient Palmyra, Syria by IS.
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