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How can we protect cultural landmarks from war?

"If you destroy culture, you destroy people - you destroy the heart of people," Image: REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

Adela Suliman

EMEA Editorial Assistant , Reuters


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Bamiyan Buddha, Afghanistan, before it was destroyed by the Taliban in 2001. Image: REUTERS/Muzammil Pasha
Temple of Bel at Palmyra, Syria. Image: Wikimedia Commons/isawnyu

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