One man's extraordinary quest to find out what became of his home in Aleppo's old town.
In search of a Sumerian goddess, and the pillaging of Iraq's most important museum
A shrine to the 1915 Armenian massacres, made from human bones in the Syrian desert
On the murky trail of a missing genie, last seen in the ancient Assyrian palace of Nimrud
Why was the bust of a blind, vegetarian, medieval poet the casualty of Syria's modern war?
The legends of a shrine, revered by both Christians and Muslims for hundreds of years
The fearsome 2,000 year old statue, regarded as one of the symbols of Palmyra
The unique minaret of Aleppo's Great Mosque, which is now only a waterfall of rubble.
The ancient hill in western Syria that became a modern battleground
One of Palmyra's most iconic structures, and the man who gave his life to protect the city
The 2,700 year old sculpture that guarded the gates of one of antiquity's fabled cities
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One man's extraordinary quest to find out what became of his home in Aleppo's old town
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What’s left of the ancient archaeological sites of northern Iraq?
The conflict in Kashmir told through the life and times of a burnt-out movie theatre
The ruin and rebuilding of Ziarat residency, where Pakistan’s founder spent his last days
The creation and capture of Mughal India’s coveted Peacock Throne