In Iraq, a clash of treasures past, p...

In Iraq, a clash of treasures past, present and future

There are 1 comment on the The Star Online story from May 24, 2012, titled In Iraq, a clash of treasures past, present and future. In it, The Star Online reports that:

In the ancient city of Babylon, once home to the fabled Hanging Gardens, an extended oil pipeline has churned through the dirt and dug up a conundrum: which takes precedence, preserving Iraq's heritage or developing its oil wealth? The site of ancient Mesopotamia, said by some to be the birthplace of writing, agriculture and written law, Iraq holds ... (more)

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#1 May 24, 2012
what is the situatiom regarding the RV of tie IQD

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