Amr Al-Azm

Shawnee State University

Guest

Associate Professor of History at Shawnee State University in Ohio, he is actively involved with "The Day After Heritage Protection Initiative," a collaborative effort to protect cultural property in Syria and Northern Iraq; former official in the Syrian government's Antiquities Department

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The ancient Syrian city of Palmyra has been liberated, but ISIS is still selling off looted antiquities from there and other historic places.

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Two days after a renowned scholar was killed in Syria, experts are wondering what will become of the ancient ruins of Palmyra.

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The US set out to train and equip some 5000 so-called "moderate" rebels in Syria, but fewer than 60 have qualified.

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