Libyan heritage in danger since the revolution, archaeologists warn

By Michel Cousins.

Tunis, 13 March 2017:

Libyan archaeological treasures are in danger of destruction, a seminar in Tunis has been told. The problem is that since the 2011 revolution the lack of effective government has meant that uncontrolled construction and urbanisation were mushrooming around historic sites, notably Cyrene . . .

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