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It is two years since looters ravaged one of the world's most important museums, in central Baghdad.
Troops from the US-led force in Iraq have caused widespread damage and severe contamination to the remains of the ancient city of Babylon, according to a damning report released today by the British Museum.
Respect for cultural diversity, promotion of creativity and participation of all in cultural life, and the safeguarding cultural heritage form the three pillars of an Appeal adopted yesterday by participants at the First Cultural Forum for Iraq, organized by UNESCO on May 26 and 27 at Headquarters.
The alabaster sculpture on display at a Baghdad gallery bears a striking resemblance to some of the shocking photographs that emerged last week of Iraqi prisoners abused by their American guards at the Abu Ghraib prison.
The crime is low-tech and bloodless, but it is slowly robbing humanity of the roots of its own existence.
Two of the world’s most powerful conservation bodies have joined forces to help Iraq restore its cultural heritage.