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Our cultural heritage is under attack. We must all join the fight to protect it

From Mali to Syria, terrorists are destroying our cultural heritage Image: REUTERS/Joe Penney

Mark Vlasic

Executive Producer, Blood and Treasure, CBS Television Studios


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The rubble left from an ancient mausoleum destroyed by Islamist militants in Timbuktu. Image: REUTERS/Joe Penney
Irina Bokova at the presentation of the Unite for Heritage operation, a UN-backed task force to protect monuments and cultural sites. Image: REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
This map shows where some of the world’s cultural heritage sites are at risk from terrorists. Image: The Antiquities Coalition

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