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Looted Bowl Returned To Kabul Museum
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Looted Safavid bowl returned to National Museum

KABUL (Agencies): Christie's and the British Museum in London have joined forces to return a looted, early 17th-century tinned-copper bowl to the National Museum of Afghanistan in Kabul. According to a Christie's statement, the object, which dates ... Frontier Post, 2 months ago
British Museum confirms provenance of looted Afghan Bowl Museums Association, 2 months ago
NDTV

Restoration starts on Kabul's national palace

KABUL, Afghanistan — Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Monday inaugurated a project to restore the capital's imposing Darul Aman Palace, a once-grand hilltop structure that's been a dusty ruin since the civil war in the 1990s. A tourist attraction ...
 Stars and Stripes1 month ago Afghanistan: Inside the shattered ruins of Kabul's abandoned Darul Aman palace  International Business Times UK1 month ago Karzai meets French, Turkish ambassadors  Afghanistan Times1 week ago Reconstruction Of Ruined Darul Aman Palace Begins In Kabul  NDTV1 month ago
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Outreach for the National Museum of Afghanistan

Funding Opportunity Number: SCAKAB-16-CA-013-SCA-06132016 Opportunity Category: Discretionary Funding Instrument Type: Cooperative Agreement Category of Funding Activity: Other (see text field entitled "Explanation of Other Category of Funding ...
 Grants.gov1 month ago
Stars and Stripes

Tokyo exhibit spotlights treasures from the National Museum of Afghanistan

Islamic extremists are notorious for destroying and looting ancient treasures. The Islamic State's reign of terror has included the destruction of artifacts in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra. Before that, Islamists tore down the ancient "End of ...
 Stars and Stripes1 month ago
DailyNews724.com

Some of the most recent deadly...

In the deadliest attack to hit the Afghan capital since 2001, a suicide bomber targeted a crowd of demonstrators in Kabul on Saturday, killing at least 83 people and wounding another 231. The attack was later claimed by the Islamic State group. If ...
 DailyNews724.com1 day ago Some of the most recent deadly attacks claimed by IS  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 day ago Recent deadly attacks claimed by IS  New Indian Express1 day ago
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Choga of Zafar, gharara of Zeenat…

Several artefacts connected with the Mughals will be on display at the museum coming up in Humayun's Tomb complex The crypt-like museum coming up in the Humayun's Tomb complex will showcase Mughal artefacts hitherto hidden from public view. These ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago
Eye Witness News

UNESCO chief sees threat from cultural destruction

By James Mackenzie KABUL May 28 (Reuters) - The world community has yet to find an adequate response to cultural destruction as shown by the deliberate wrecking of ancient sites in Syria and Mali by Islamist radicals, the head of the UN's ...
 Reuters Africa1 month ago Targeting Cultural Antiquities Destroys Heritage  MSNBC Newsweek1 month ago UNESCO Chief Warns of Cultural Destruction Threat  Asharq Al Awsat1 month ago UNESCO chief Irina Bokova sees threat from cul...  Qatar Peninsula1 month ago
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Afghanistan to restore bombed-out 'safe haven' palace

By Omar Sobhani KABUL (Reuters) - With collapsed roofs and bullet-strewn crumbling walls, the derelict Darul Aman palace has become a symbol of failed attempts to bring peace to war-torn Afghanistan. Decades of fighting have eroded the grandeur ...
 Yahoo! Singapore1 month ago Afghanistan to restore bombed-out safe haven palace  Himalayan Times1 month ago Afghanistan to re-build safe-haven  Financial Express Bangladesh1 month ago
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Cultivating peace: Qur'anic and Abrahamic Botanic Gardens

UNESCO Saturday 21st May, 2016 Emperor Babur (1483'1530) superintending the laying-out of a Garden in Kabul. By Bishndas and Nanha, ca. 1590.By Bishndas and Nanha, ca. 1590. From the first, the Qur'anic botanic gardens project aimed to enhance ...
 IrishSun.com2 months ago Cultivating peace: Quranic and Abrahamic Botanic Gardens  EnvironmentGuru.com2 months ago

Late President Premadasa Did not panic on impeachment K. H. J. Wijedasa

By W. K. Prasad Manju Secretary, to former President late R Premadasa, K. H. J. Wijedasa said the late President Premadasa did not panic when he heard about the Impeachment Motion against him, and said " The President expected it and he had more ...
 Ceylon Today3 hours ago
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