Jul 12, 2015

Saudi Warplanes Destroy 2,500 Year Old Heritage Site In Yemen | Zero Hedge

When ISIS militants took control of the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra last month, observers feared the world was set to lose a treasure of antiquity. The city, which houses ruins that date back thousands of years, is a UNESCO world heritage site. Historians say its destruction would represent a tragic defeat in the effort to preserve the cultural heritage not just of the Middle East, but of...

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