Fight to save archaeological site of ancient Pakistan city


Pakistani officials say they are doing their best to save one of the most important archaeological sites in south Asia. Mohenjo Daro, in the southern Pakistani province of Sindh, is one of the first planned cities to have been built anywhere in the world.

But the Bronze Age site has been rapidly deteriorating, leading some experts to fear it could soon be lost.

Aleem Maqbool visited Mohenjo Daro to see the state of the site.

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