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Baghdad's famed antiquities museum will reopen next month after many of the treasures feared lost forever were found stashed in secret vaults around the city.
The Syrian national film organisation, of the Syrian ministry of culture, in co-operation with the Greek Presidency of the European Union opened on June 2nd 'the European Film Days in Damascus.'
The Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization called Islamic foreign ministers meeting in Teheran recently to identify appropriate measures to preserve the legacy of Islamic civilization and other civilisations in Iraq.
About 1,000 archeological pieces were stolen from the National Museum of Baghdad during the US-led war to Iraq.
The US will do everything in its power to recover Iraq's stolen antiquities, attorney general John Ashcroft said yesterday at an international conference organised by Interpol.
Artistic freedom for Iraqis has arrived, now that the threat of censorship and persecution has disappeared. Iraqi artists, however, are not completely free from fear.