Libya heritage threatened by thieves and vandals

30 Oct 2014 1:07 PM | Anonymous

Libya heritage threatened by thieves and vandals


TRIPOLI undefined Archaeologists and heritage experts have condemned a series of attacks on the country’s historical buildings and ruins which are increasingly suffering from vandalism and neglect.

Libyan archaeologist Dr Fadl Al-Korana has warned that some of the country’s key archaeological sites, including the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Leptis Magna and Sabratha, are being targeted by thieves and vandals.
 
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