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Forty wine jars were found within the remains of a mud-brick-walled room in Israel.
A Phoenician trading ship dating to 700 B.C. is discovered off the island of Malta. The wreck is one of the oldest ever found in the Mediterranean Sea. Continue reading →
Egypt and the UAE just bombed Libya, and the country has been in turmoil for several years now, as various factions vie for power. Tara examines the players and their roles in the struggle for control.
Ancient stone artifacts recently excavated from Saudi Arabia possess similarities to items of about the same age in Africa.
A suspicious door leads archaeologists to believe Greece's mystery tomb was robbed. Continue reading →
Greek archaeologists excavate the massive burial mound in Amphipolis and find evidence that tomb raiders plundered the site.
With a petition now before the White House that argues for video gear to be worn by all police officers, Trace examines the pros and cons of that approach.
Though protests are at the moment still peaceful, the situation is tense in Pakistan, as citizens express displeasure with their government.
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