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Islamic State crisis: 'Mines planted in Syria's Palmyra'

An image allegedly showing a flag of the Islamic State (IS) group flying above a Roman theatre in th... - AFP

How many files, documents and other pieces of evidence have been destroyed by the CIA, FBI and Secret Service? Why destroy history? What would have happened if people, if we, could have seen what was once there?

Lot 11643-2: The Allied Advance into Syria. Axis infiltration into Syria compelled the advance of eh Allied forces to avert so dangerous a threat. British and Free French Forces have been opposed by the Vichy troops, and there has been hard fitting along the entire front from the Mediterranean to Damascus and Palmyra. Shown: Men of the Cavalry Regiment watering their horses in the River Litani, July 30, 1941. Office of War Information Photograph.

Temple of Bel still standing, says Syria's antiquities chief

The temple in Palmyra, believed to have been destroyed by Islamic State, is reported to have survived explosions

Great article on Atargatis

Palmyra's Temple of Bel destroyed, says UN

Satellite analysis confirms the destruction of the most significant temple in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra, the United Nations says.

Why does Palmyra matter? - Apollo Magazine

Top 10 famous female warriors

The profession of war is generally dominated by men, but there have been certain women who overshadowed this traditional convention by their extra-ordinary capabilities and marked their significance. Here are ten famous female warriors who displayed their courageousness in the sector, which is considered as a no-go area for them. 10. Rani Lakshmibai: Best known as the Indian counterpart of Joan of Arc, Rani Lakshmibai was the queen of the princely state of Jhansi who retaliated the brutal…

Ruins of Palmyra - I hope it survives under the hands of ISIS