Nala Rogers (2021). The Oldest Evidence of Life on Earth is Being Stolen. Inside Science. 26 March.
The National Herald (2021). Greece Lifts Long Ban on Divers Exploring Old Shipwrecks, Planes. The National Herald. 26 March.
Kailah Thorn (2021). How to hunt fossils responsibly: 5 tips from a professional palaeontologist. The Conversation. 25 March.
Tom Kington (2021). Ancient city of Cyrene looted for its treasures. The Times. 25 March.
Daniel Boffey (2021). Ghent Altarpiece: 'most stolen' artwork has new €30m home in bulletproof glass. The Guardian. 25 March.
Bryan Marquard (2021). Charley Hill, art detective who found `The Scream' and studied the Gardner heist, dies at 73. The Boston Globe. 23 March.
Asher Elbein (2021). Uprooting Colonialism From the Fossil Finding Field. The New York Times. 22 March.
Charlie Parker (2020). Britain `best place to keep stolen Benin Bronzes safe'. The Times. 22 December.
Treasure hunters are warned to stay away from Buchenwald after documentary claimed handwritten map points the way to hidden Nazi gold( )
Darren Boyle (2020). Treasure hunters are warned to stay away from Buchenwald after documentary claimed handwritten map points the way to hidden Nazi gold. The Daily Mail. 19 December.
Hellenic Museum to benefit from new law which allows for stockpiled antiquities to be displayed abroad( )
Mary Sinandis (2020). Hellenic Museum to benefit from new law which allows for stockpiled antiquities to be displayed abroad. Neos Kosmos. 18 December.
Albawaba (2020). Qatar National Library Helps to Guide Experts in Reducing International Heritage Trafficking. Albawaba. 1 December.
Tom Mack (2020). Church crime team becomes national model for police forces everywhere. Leicester Mercury. 27 November.
Zach Zorich (2020). How Archaeologists Are Using Deep Learning to Dig Deeper. The New York Times. 24 November.
Roff Smith (2020). Controversial tunnel under Stonehenge approved over archaeologists' objections. National Geographic. 13 November.
Kabir Jhala (2020). Hackers target oldest bible and Vatican's other priceless treasures in online attacks. The Art Newspaper. 9 November.
Amalia Abecassis (2020). Is Saving Art Worth Lives?. Jewish Journal. 9 November.
Allan Crow (2020). Doors closed at historic Fife castle to protect it from anti-social behaviour. Fife Today. 4 November.
Garrett Fergeson (2020). Digging for artifacts on public property is illegal. KNWA. 2 November.
GTP (2020). Mycenae Site and Museum Reopen to the Public. GTP. 4 September.
Egypt Independent (2020). Climbing up Egyptian antiquities without license now punishable with 1 month imprisonment. Egypt Independent. 3 September.
Yiying Fan (2020). China Launches 1-Year Campaign Against Theft of Cultural Relics. Sixth Tone. 1 September.
Anna V. Smith (2020). Tribal nations are decolonizing cultural protection. High Country News. 27 August.
Atiya Irvin-Mitchell (2020). In weighing fate of Pittsburgh's Columbus statue, first a disagreement over who decides. Public Source. 26 August.
Ali Tüfekçi (2020). Ibrahim Hakkı Konyalı: Art historian who saved Ottoman heritage. Daily Sabah. 26 August.
The Louvre, UNESCO, and Other Cultural Organizations Unite to Provide $5 Million in `Cultural First Aid' to Beirut( )
Naomi Rea (2020). The Louvre, UNESCO, and Other Cultural Organizations Unite to Provide $5 Million in `Cultural First Aid' to Beirut. ArtNet News. 24 August.
Desconocimiento y falta de interés por la conservación ha provocado la destrucción de sitios arqueológicos en Chiapas( )
Ignorance and lack of interest in conservation has led to the destruction of archaeological sites in Chiapas
Adriana Santos (2020). Desconocimiento y falta de interés por la conservación ha provocado la destrucción de sitios arqueológicos en Chiapas. Chiapas Paralelo. 23 August.
AFP (2020). Benin restores slavery monuments to testify to brutal past. France 24. 11 August.
Tehran Times (2020). Tehran, Athens Discuss Ways to Cooperate in Cultural Heritage. Tehran Times. 3 August.
Helena Horton (2020). Kew Gardens pledges to root out thieves stealing 'priceless' plants. The Telegraph. 31 July.
Aoife O'Brien (2020). Calls for garda unit to clamp down on wildlife crimes in Ireland. The Times. 23 May.
Neil Vigdor, Sandra E. Garcia (2020). Salvage Firm Can Cut Into Titanic to Recover Telegraph, Judge Says. The New York Times. 20 May.
County Echo (2020). Keep an eye on historic sites on daily walk, ask police. County Echo. 8 May.
BBC News (2020). Historic Welsh sites to be protected by vandalism patrols. BBC News. 16 March.
Egypt Today (2020). Egypt, Greece ministers tackle combating illegal trafficking in antiquities. Egypt Today. 22 February.
Katie McKellar (2020). Utah is one step closer to designating Utahraptor State Park. Deseret News. 21 February.
Mustafa Marie (2020). Spain takes protection measures for Temple of Debod after Hawass visits Madrid. Egypt Today. 11 February.
The Guardians of Rural Heritage
Gabriel de la Iglesia (2020). Los vigilantes del patrimonio rural. Burgos Conecta. 8 February.
Mark Bridge (2020). Detectorists helped us find Roman Britain. The Times. 6 February.
Will Christou, Rohan Advani (2020). Reconstructing the nation, one dome at a time. Syria Direct. 6 February.
Asharq Al-Awsat (2020). Arab Parliament Reveals Law to Protect Antiquities. Asharq Al-Awsat. 5 February.
Jonathan Romero (2020). National park rethinks its message about theft. The Durango Herald. 16 January.
Priyanka Pulla (2019). India's geologists champion law to protect fossil treasures. Nature. 5 August.
Seychelles News Agency (2019). UNESCO assisting Seychelles to protect its cultural property against trafficking. Seychelles News Agency. 1 August.
Mohammed Yahya Gahlan (2019). Many calls but little action to stop cultural destruction in Yemen. Al Monitor. 15 February.
John Andrew (2019). A cautionary tale for would-be UK treasure hunters. Coin World. 8 February.
Sam Bigelow (2019). Education, involvement key to Utah archaeological site protection. The Daily Universe. 4 February.
Katy Griffin (2019). Magna Carta back on display at Salisbury Cathedral after hammer attack. Salisbury Journal. 4 February.
Sam Bigelow (2019). Vandalism, theft threaten Utah historical sites. The Daily Universe. 4 February.
Adolfo Arranz (2019). How the Forbidden City's treasures ended up divided between Beijing and Taipei. South China Morning Post. 3 February.
Richard Sandomir (2019). Lamia al-Gailani Werr, 80, Dies; Archaeologist Rescued Iraqi Art. The New York Times. 25 January.
Middle East Monitor (2019). Egypt police raid `illegal' properties near pyramids. Middle East Monitor. 23 January.
Nevine El-Aref (2019). Antiquities ministry starts inventory of artefact storehouses throughout Egypt. Ahram Online. 22 January.
Reuters (2019). Experts Racing Against Antiquities Robbers in Hunt for Dead Sea Scrolls. Reuters. 22 January.
Looters Beware: The British Museum Is Leading an International Task Force Fighting the Illicit Trade in Egyptian Antiquities( )
Javier Pes (2019). Looters Beware: The British Museum Is Leading an International Task Force Fighting the Illicit Trade in Egyptian Antiquities. ArtNet News. 21 January.
The National (2019). Iraqi `treasure' Lamia Al Gailani Werr dies in Amman. The National. 19 January.
The guardians of the religious heritage of churches and chapels
S.G. Rial (2019). Los guardianes del patrimonio religioso de iglesias y capillas. Le Voz de Galicia. 19 January.
Reuters (2019). Archaeologists restore ancient Palmyra artifacts. Business World. 16 January.
Juliet Eilperin (2019). Trump shrank a Utah monument for coal, but few care to dig. SF Gate. 15 January.
Fahad Shabbir (2019). National Inventory Of Heritage Sites To Be Created For Conservation, Research Purposes. Urdu Point. 15 January.
`This is our land': Native Americans see Trump's move to reduce Bears Ears monument as an assault on their culture( )
Kurtis Lee (2018). `This is our land': Native Americans see Trump's move to reduce Bears Ears monument as an assault on their culture. Los Angeles Times. 25 December.
James Rogers (2018). Tomb raiders 'spotted' from space as satellite data reveals looting of ancient sites. Fox News. 20 December.
As the Restitution Debate Rages on in Europe, Could the Solution Lie in the Art of the High-Tech Copy?( )
Kate Brown, Naomi Rea (2018). As the Restitution Debate Rages on in Europe, Could the Solution Lie in the Art of the High-Tech Copy?. ArtNet News. 19 December.
Joannes Ekaprasetya Tandjung (2018). Protecting our priceless cultural objects. The Jakarta Post. 18 December.
Asif Yar Khan (2018). Special force to guard heritage sites in Telangana. Telengana Today. 13 December.
Nick Constable (2018). Ministry of Defence accused of 'failing to save First World War submarines from looters'. The Daily Mail. 3 November.
Gregory J. Holman (2018). Springfield Art Museum added 99 works to collection in 2018. It says it can protect them. Springfield News-Leader. 2 November.
R. Sivaraman (2018). Seized idols dumped in the open. The Hindu. 30 October.
Brigit Katz (2018). Forced to Close by Civil War, the National Museum of Damascus Re-Opens Its Doors. Smithsonian. 30 October.
Saeb Rawashdeh (2018). Project aims to build database of Jordan's archaeological objects. The Jordan Times. 7 October.
Reuters (2018). Syrian antiquities go on display, a reminder of widespread looting during war. PRI. 4 October.
Lebanese Examiner (2018). FBI director meets with Lebanon's President Michel Aoun. Lebanese Examiner. 22 September.
Gaja Pellegrini-Bettoli (2018). Mending scars through heritage: Geologist who fought IS helps save Mosul's antiquities. The New Arab. 21 September.
David Pena (2018). GlobalXplorer Selected for Blockchain Accelerator Program. Crypto Block Wire. 20 September.
Aikik Sur (2018). Hyderabad: Security to be beefed up in Nizam's Museum. The New Indian Express. 13 September.
Senay Boztas (2018). Indiana Jones and the relics of Brazil. The Guardian. 13 September.
Press Trust of India (2018). No decision on Tamil Nadu government order to transfer idol theft cases: CBI. The Economic Times. 12 September.
Bridget Alex (2018). When is it OK For Archaeologists to Dig Up the Dead?. Discover. 7 September.
Ancient city of Palmyra, which was almost destroyed by ISIS jihadis, could re-open to tourists next year after restorations( )
The Daily Mail (2018). Ancient city of Palmyra, which was almost destroyed by ISIS jihadis, could re-open to tourists next year after restorations. New Zealand Herald. 6 September.
Alarms raised over theft of sacred art; 'they end up decorating the houses of the rich'
Juan Pablo Reyes (2018). Alarma robo de arte sacro; 'acaban adornando la casa de ricos'. Excelsior. 3 September.
Egypt Today (2018). Archeologist denies reports on replacing basalt tiles floor with asphalt at Al Moez st.. Egypt Today. 19 July.
Erik Neumann (2018). National Monument Law Gets Attention From Both Sides Of The Aisle In Washington. KUER. 18 July.
Josefin Dolsten (2018). Bipartisan group of senators discussing bill to keep Iraqi Jewish Archive in US. Cleveland Jewish News. 18 July.
TNN (2018). Idol theft: HC pulls up government for dragging its feet. The Times of India. 14 July.
Kai Schultz, Suhasini Raj (2018). In India, a Missing Key to a Temple's Treasure Vault Ignites a Furor Image. The New York Times. 14 July.
Mohamed Imranullah (2018). Frequent incidents of idol thefts irk HC no end. The Hindu. 12 July.
Mohamed Imranullah (2018). Idol theft complaints get Madras HC's goat. The Hindu. 12 July.
Express News Service (2018). Idol theft cases will be transferred to CBI if no strong action taken: Madras High Court. The New Indian Express. 12 July.
Churches to implement video surveillance
Monsetrrat García (2018). Iglesias implementarán video vigilancia. El Sol de San Juan del Rio. 9 July.
Josie Ensor (2018). Syrian archaeologists begin restoring Palmyra artefacts destroyed by Isil. The Telegraph. 9 July.
Walter Alva, the other Lord of Sipán
Domingo Tamariz (2018). Walter Alva, el otro Señor de Sipán. El Peruano. 8 July.
Llazar Semini (2018). Archaeologists urge Albania to protect underwater heritage. Herald-Whig. 6 July.
Laura Chesters (2018). British Museum launches Egyptian antiquities database to track looted artefacts. Antiques Trade Gazette. 4 May.
Courtney Tanner (2018). Southern Utah museum benefiting from Bears Ears debate. The News & Observer. 27 April.
KRQE (2018). Arizona museum seeks donations to preserve stolen painting found in New Mexico. KRQE. 25 April.
Margaret Coker (2018). Mosul's Renowned Religious Complex Will Rise From the Rubble. The New York Times. 24 April.
Liping Gu (2018). Terracotta warrior damaged in U.S. to be repaired. ECNS. 16 April.
Mohammed Ebraheem (2018). Iraq declares UN initiative to rehabilitate ancient sites in Nineveh. Iraqi News. 15 April.
Debashish Karmakar (2018). HC irked over poor records of antiquities in museums. The Times of India. 14 April.
Alasdair Soussi (2018). The Arc/k Project: Building a virtual archive to keep the Palmyras of this world alive. The National. 14 April.
Gregory J. Holman (2018). Springfield Art Museum will hire a security, maintenance coordinator. Springfield News-Leader. 10 April.
Safa Alharathy (2018). U.S. Embassy holds training to safeguard Libya's rich cultural heritage. The Libya Observer. 7 April.
Bethan Moorcraft (2018). The insurance reality of a disappearing Picasso. Insurance Business Magazine. 6 April.
Michael Jansen (2018). Syria: 'We received money for documentation but not restoration'. The Irish Times. 5 April.
Excelsior (2018). Protegen el patrimonio cultural. Excelsior. 29 March.
Krystle Sherrell (2018). Fort Smith Museum To Increase Security After Artifact Was Stolen. 5 News. 28 March.
George Dvorsky (2018). Here's What Protects Shipwrecks From Looters and Hacks. Gizmodo. 27 March.
Ahmed Bani Mustafa (2018). Jordan to create anti-smuggling division to protect antiquities. Zawya. 22 March.
The Economist (2018). A symbolic struggle over ancient manuscripts. The Economist. 22 March.
Anadolu Agency (2018). Ancient artifacts in Turkey's Aydın under museum protection. Hurriyet Daily News. 22 March.
Jamaica Observer (2018). Gov't moving to protect cultural properties from illicit trading, theft. Jamaica Observer. 22 March.
Ei Ei Thu (2018). Locals have mixed reaction to Bagan's pagoda climbing ban. Myanmar Times. 21 March.
AAP (2018). Peru's abundant ruins feel urban squeeze. Stuff.co.nz. 1 February.
Albawaba (2018). CLIR Releases a Prototype Proof of Concept for the Digital Library of the Middle East. Albawaba. 1 February.
Thomas Burr (2018). Judge consolidates lawsuits over Bears Ears, Grand Staircase monument changes. The Salt Lake Tribune. 31 January.
The Straits Times (2018). Toughest guards of Beijing's Palace Museum have uncanny speed, vicious bite. The Straits Times. 30 January.
George Mair (2018). Culloden graves eroded by Outlander fans taking selfies. The Times. 25 January.
Mutual Art (2018). How To Prevent Your Artwork From Being Stolen. Mutual Art. 23 January.
Dalya Alberge (2018). Banksy painting saved from derelict container on Dungeness beach. The Guardian. 19 January.
Richard Charan (2018). Why were these treasures returned to the sea?. Daily Express. 16 January.
TNN (2018). Teen foils 'theft attempt' at Curca church. The Times of India. 14 January.
Holland Cotter (2018). Half-Measures Won't Erase the Painful Past of Our Monuments. The New York Times. 12 January.
Paul Bowers (2018). The world's antiquities are in danger. Citadel students hope to save them with a scanner. The Post and Courier. 12 January.
Mohamed Imranullah (2018). PIL questions shifting of ancient idols to 'icon centres'. The Hindu. 7 January.
Jean Hopfensperger (2018). Minnesota monk Columba Stewart rescues ancient manuscripts from modern threats. Star Tribune. 7 January.
Ujjwal Satyal (2018). 50 ancient idols, statues of deities restored. The Himalayan Times. 5 January.
Lusi Banuve (2018). Votualevu Mandir Installs CCTV Cameras, Burglar Bars. Fiji Sun. 4 January.
Maxwell L. Anderson (2018). Do we still need UNESCO?. Apollo. 2 January.
Debraj Mitra (2017). Safety tags in museums. The Telegraph. 29 December.
Mary Beth Griggs (2017). Mind your pickaxe: What to do when you encounter fossils and artifacts in the wild. Popular Science. 23 December.
TNN (2017). Dinosaur footprint damaged, fossils from Jurassic era lying scattered. The Times of India. 22 December.
Shira Rubin (2017). ISIS Threatened Ancient Art. 3-D Printing Will Save It.. Daily Beast. 21 December.
Ancient Aboriginal sites left vulnerable, showing why cultural preservation is necessary in Australia( )
Brooke Boney (2017). Ancient Aboriginal sites left vulnerable, showing why cultural preservation is necessary in Australia. ABC Australia. 21 December.
Laura Gilbert (2017). Should street art be protected? New York's 5Pointz lawsuit tests the US Visual Artists Rights Act. The Art Newspaper. 20 December.
Maggie Gray (2017). Why it's time to talk seriously about digital reproductions. Apollo. 19 December.
James Hoyt (2017). Ute political action committee to fight for Bears Ears from Park City. Park Record. 19 December.
AFP (2017). France saves Marquis de Sade's 120 Days of Sodom from auction. Guardian. 18 December.
Art Traffickers Beware: The Manhattan DA Is Deploying a New Unit to Combat NYC's Antiquities Crime Wave( )
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Art Traffickers Beware: The Manhattan DA Is Deploying a New Unit to Combat NYC's Antiquities Crime Wave. ArtNet News. 18 December.
Maya Wei-Haas (2017). What Shrinking Fossil-Rich National Monuments Means for Science. Smithsonian. 18 December.
Mary Shepperson (2017). The tense truce between detectorists and archaeologists. The Guardian. 18 December.
COLLEEN LONG, VERENA DOBNIK (2017). Prosecutors become treasure hunters in antiquities repatriation campaign. The Times of Israel. 17 December.
Simon Denyer (2017). Ivory sales in China finally end this month. But elephants aren't yet safe.. The Washington Post. 14 December.
Trump is being sued to stop him from shrinking Bears Ears national monument by 85 percent. Who will win?( )
Todd A. Curry, Rebecca A. Reid (2017). Trump is being sued to stop him from shrinking Bears Ears national monument by 85 percent. Who will win?. The Washington Post. 11 December.
R. Rajaram (2017). Site identified for icon centre at Tiruvanaikoil. The Hindu. 9 December.
Abe Streep (2017). Patagonia and the Federal Government Go Head to Head. Outside Online. 8 December.
Krista Allen (2017). Tribes, host of groups, file suit against Trump's action. Navajo Times. 7 December.
Oren Peleg (2017). Push Underway to Keep Jewish Artifacts From Returning to Iraq. Jewish Journal. 6 December.
James Cook (2017). Bears Ears: Inside the fight for Utah's contested national monuments. BBC News. 4 December.
Native American Artifacts, Fossils And Stunning Utah Landscape Not Protected From Looting And Mining After Trump Withdraws Protection( )
Sydney Pereira (2017). Native American Artifacts, Fossils And Stunning Utah Landscape Not Protected From Looting And Mining After Trump Withdraws Protection. Newsweek. 4 December.
Simon Allison (2017). A broken museum, in a broken country: Meet the man trying to save CAR's history. Mail & Guardian. 24 November.
Hafeez Tunio (2017). 1,500 year old statues left in the trash at National Museum. The Express Tribune. 17 November.
Annette Sisco (2017). 'Banksy' restored: Post-Katrina mural brought back to life in Faubourg Marigny. The Ad. 16 November.
Rosa Salter Rodriguez (2017). Art, antiquities among victims of warfare. The Journal Gazette. 15 November.
Dibyendu Mondal (2017). ASI orders nationwide survey of 92 'missing' monuments. Sunday Guardian Live. 11 November.
Richard Lord (2017). Why Insuring Your Art Collection Is Crucial. Hong Kong Tatler. 8 November.
Sudan: President Gives Directives for Formation of Committee for Study of Reality of Sudan's Archeology( )
Sudan News Agency (2017). Sudan: President Gives Directives for Formation of Committee for Study of Reality of Sudan's Archeology. All Africa. 8 November.
Martin Heinrich (2017). Bipartisan Legislation To Safeguard Tribal Items Receives Key Committee Hearing. KRWG. 8 November.
Anny Shaw (2017). Russia and Israel sign historic deal to share digitised Gunzburg Collection. The Art Newspaper. 7 November.
TRT World (2017). Centre set up in Idlib to protect Syrian heritage sites. TRT World. 7 November.
Jen Mills (2017). 2,500-year-old coins discovered in a desk in Kent. Metro. 6 November.
Associated Press (2017). Fire at Moscow's art museum causes no damage to collections. 660 News. 3 November.
Claire Voon (2017). Photographing Museum Visitors Behaving Badly. Hyperallergic. 2 November.
Tolkun Namatbayeva (2017). Outrage after Kyrgyzstan reburies its only ancient mummy. Phys.org. 31 October.
Hugh Eakin (2017). Why Unesco Needs the United States. The New York Times. 30 October.
Mary Papenfuss (2017). Remarkable Dinosaur Finds Threatened By Trump Plan To Shrink Utah Monument. Huffington Post. 29 October.
Vinod Khanal (2017). CISF teams to guard Allahabad Museum. The Times of India. 26 October.
Housam Najjair (2017). Libyan antiquities are subject to an awareness campaign. The Libya Observer. 25 October.
Arab News (2017). Saudi Arabia retrieves 52,000 historical artefacts since 2011. Arab News. 22 October.
Millennium Post (2017). HC seeks report on steps taken for digitisation of art objects. Millennium Post. 22 October.
Apoorva Mandhani (2017). File Status Report On Preservation Of Artifacts And Manuscripts In National Museum: Delhi HC. Live Law. 21 October.
Who Owns Graffiti, the Artists or the Developers? A Landmark Trial Over 5Pointz Considers This With Fresh Eyes( )
Eileen Kinsella (2017). Who Owns Graffiti, the Artists or the Developers? A Landmark Trial Over 5Pointz Considers This With Fresh Eyes. ArtNet News. 20 October.
Maha Ellawati (2017). Benghazi palace may become archaeological museum. Libya Herald. 18 October.
Helen Stoilas (2017). World Monuments Fund recognises sites threatened by conflict, climate change and natural disasters. The Art Newspaper. 17 October.
Kelly Koh (2017). Tourism Ministry to lay more emphasis on saving, protecting shipwrecks, artefacts. New Straits Times. 17 October.
Libya Herald (2017). Philaeni statues' disappearance refuted by antiquities authorities. Libya Herald. 16 October.
Hannah Pikaart (2017). National Museum of the American Indian to Show a Mile-Marker From the Standing Rock Protests. ArtNet News. 15 October.
The Hindu (2017). 'Join hands to fight idol theft'. The Hindu. 14 October.
The Hindu (2017). HC asks officials to join hands to fight idol theft. The Hindu. 13 October.
Vijay Kumar (2017). Open 'art market' may put a price tag on our Gods. The Times of India. 11 October.
Dhaval Kulkarni (2017). Now, monumental fines for graffiti. DNA India. 7 October.
Brigit Katz (2017). Ancient Statue Damaged by ISIS Resurrected in Damascus. Smithsonian.com. 3 October.
Joshua Hammer (2017). The Salvation of Mosul. Smithsonian. 1 October.
Gulf Times (2017). Palmyra statue damaged by militants goes on display in Damascus. Gulf Times. 1 October.
Sebastian Rey, John MacGinnis (2017). The archaeological treasures IS failed to destroy. BBC News. 29 September.
Eleni Wah (2017). How China and America Can Protect the World's Antiquities. Foreign Affairs. 28 September.
Laurie Chen (2017). Chinese monument being used as climbing wall by visitors. South China Morning Post. 27 September.
Amrita Madhukalya (2017). Safeguarding India's heritage: DNA takes a look at Ministry of Culture. DNA India. 25 September.
Fillip-André Baarøy (2017). How researchers can stop the plundering of cultural treasures. Phys.org. 25 September.
Bina Shah (2017). Cultural guardians. Dawn. 24 September.
eKathimerini (2017). Kos quake caused 95 million euros in damages. eKathimerini. 22 September.
Josh Siegel (2017). Navajo Nation vows to sue Trump if he shrinks Bears Ears national monument. Washington Examiner. 21 September.
Kristin Butler (2017). Discovering our Common Humanity through Space Archaeology. Discover. 21 September.
James Ratcliffe (2017). Bring back the Met's art and antiquities squad. Apollo. 19 September.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Germany launches internet portal to fight art trafficking. The Art Newspaper. 19 September.
Bel Trew (2017). New pictures show the destruction of Palmyra. The Sunday Times. 18 September.
Jason Foumberg (2017). Sculptor Michael Rakowitz Recreates Looted Artifacts Using Iraqi Food Packaging. Chicago. 18 September.
Hina Rohtaki (2017). Stock heritage furniture in one building, panel suggests to UT. The Indian Express. 16 September.
OnlineKhabar (2017). Campaigners call to preserve rubble from archaeological buildings. OnlineKhabar. 15 September.
Media & Sport" "Department for Digital, Culture (2017). Government ratifies Hague Convention on protecting cultural property. Gov.uk. 12 September.
Pooja Pillai (2017). India's antiques, neglected at home but treasured abroad. The Indian Express. 4 September.
Scott Reyburn (2017). A Green Light for Art Criminals?. The New York Times. 1 September.
Mustafa Saadoun (2017). Iraq establishes new security force to protect its archaeological wealth. Al Monitor. 1 September.
Jonathan Thompson (2017). National monuments protect meaning, not just landscapes. High Country News. 1 September.
Jane Mcintosh (2017). Mexico creates new federal police division to protect cultural heritage. DW. 27 August.
AFP (2017). Timbuktu's ancient mausoleums protect city again. African Independent. 26 August.
Margaret Stenhouse (2017). Saving Italy's earthquake art. Wanted in Rome. 24 August.
DW (2017). Cologne secures cathedral in light of Sagrada Familia terror plot. DW. 23 August.
Tin Htet Paing (2017). Myanmar to Repair Earthquake-Hit Bagan by 2020. Irrawaddy. 22 August.
Amir Harrack (2017). Rescuing Assyrian Manuscripts in Iraq. AINA. 20 August.
Jacey Fortin (2017). Toppling Monuments, a Visual History. The New York Times. 17 August.
Abigail Cain (2017). Where Do Confederate Monuments Go after They're Removed?. Artsy. 17 August.
Met Police unit tasked with targeting art thieves faces closure after detectives moved to cover Grenfell tragedy( )
The Telegraph (2017). Met Police unit tasked with targeting art thieves faces closure after detectives moved to cover Grenfell tragedy. The Telegraph. 16 August.
Catherine Hickley (2017). Conservators remove fungus and cobwebs from Gurlitt hoard. The Art Newspaper. 15 August.
Mohamed Mostafa (2017). Citizen returns safekept, priceless manuscripts to Mosul university. Iraqi News. 15 August.
Denise Ryan (2017). Their fathers saved a priceless Dutch art collection from the Nazis. The Province. 12 August.
Nir Hasson (2017). Jerusalem Drops Plan to Build Luxury Homes Atop Ancient Palestinian Village. Haaretz. 11 August.
AFP (2017). Bombed and looted ancient Cambodian city poised for rebirth. Maylay Mail. 11 August.
Vernoica Winham (2017). Fixing the Hut. The Maui News. 10 August.
B.J. Coleman (2017). Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation holds first Cultural Heritage Symposium. The Californian. 9 August.
Kumar Shankar ROy (2017). Insurers paint on Rs 6,000-cr art insurance canvass. DNA. 9 August.
Wassim Bassem (2017). Iraq steps up efforts to restore lost heritage at ancient Nimrud. Al Monitor. 7 August.
Maev Kennedy (2017). Making old bones: Joint Mitnor cave reopens with replica fossils. The Guardian. 7 August.
Tasos Kokkinidis (2017). Meet the Greek Archaeologist Chasing Looted Antiquities but Shunned by Greece. Greek Reporter. 4 August.
KL (2017). More than £250,000 needed for alarms for Norfolk's churches. KL. 3 August.
Angus McDowall (2017). Aleppo's Old City can be rebuilt, UNESCO official says. Reuters. 3 August.
ICE (2017). Tribal leaders, HSI partnering to help prevent plundering of Indian artifacts. ICE. 3 August.
Bruce Fein (2017). The Antiquities Act of 1906: No president is licensed to revoke national monuments. The Washington Times. 1 August.
Stephen Kalin (2017). After IS, Mosul rebuilds monuments, mosques – and society. Reuters. 26 July.
Ivan Martin (2017). Cospicua parish church gets security alarms. Times of Malta. 26 July.
Stephen Nash (2017). At Bears Ears in Utah, Heated Politics and Precious Ruins. The New York Times. 25 July.
BBC News (2017). Israel removes flashpoint metal detectors at Jerusalem holy site. BBC News. 25 July.
R. Rajaram (2017). Icon centres getting ready to house idol. The Hindu. 25 July.
DW (2017). Still no progress in restoring ancient Nimrud. DW. 24 July.
Ken Kessler (2017). Luxury lost and found: The international service aiding the war on watch theft. CNN. 21 July.
Naomi Rea (2017). New EU Proposal Aims to Halt the Trafficking of Antiquities That Fund Terrorism. ArtNet News. 20 July.
Deborah Lehr (2017). Cultural Memoranda of Understanding: An Important Diplomatic Tool for Protecting Heritage. Huffington Post. 14 July.
Reuters (2017). EU executive plans crackdown on plunder smugglers, militants. Reuters. 13 July.
EU Reporter (2017). #SecurityUnion: Cracking down on the illegal import of cultural goods used to finance terrorism. EU Reporter. 13 July.
Jim Brunsden (2017). EU plans tough checks on imports of ancient artefacts. Financial Times. 12 July.
Oli Pritchard (2017). Galeón San José: Galleons of gold. The Bogota Post. 12 July.
Mom Sophon (2017). Villagers refuse to relinquish artefact. Khmer Times. 11 July.
Sarah Bond (2017). Pompeii Rises From The Ashes By Rejecting Its History Of Crime And Corruption. Forbes. 10 July.
Richard Emblin (2017). Colombia's San José galleon to be recovered in joint venture states Santos. The City Paper. 10 July.
Press Trust of India (2017). Group of ministers to decide fate of Air India's huge art collection. The Economic Times. 9 July.
Mom Kunthear (2017). Temple sculptures moved to prevent theft. Khmer Times. 6 July.
Sarah Bond (2017). Digitally Reconstructing The Faces Of Ancient Palmyra. Forbes. 5 July.
Press Trust of India (2017). ASI bans selfie sticks at 46 site museums. The Hindu. 5 July.
Adnan Abu Zeed (2017). Iraq accelerates work on its virtual national museum. Al Monitor. 2 July.
Sanjit Bhakta (2017). The tussle for Kasthamandap. The Kathmandu Post. 1 July.
P. Sujatha Varma (2017). A.P. to go digital to secure ancient icons. The Hindu. 28 June.
Navajo-Hopi Observer (2017). Bi-partisan legislation introduced to safeguard tribal items. Navajo-Hopi Observer. 27 June.
Looking to protect historic remains in Cerro Las Burras
Norma Bernal (2017). Buscan proteger vestigios históricos en Cerro Las Burras. NTR. 25 June.
Emily Sharpe (2017). French military funds technology to document heritage in conflict zones. The Art Newspaper. 23 June.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Demonstrators Rally Against the Destruction of Banksy's Iconic Brexit Mural. ArtNet News. 16 June.
Government returns seven work from the 18th century to Taraco
Página Siete (2017). El Gobierno entrega siete obras del siglo XVIII a Taraco. Página Siete. 13 June.
Tehran Times (2017). ICOM to draw up Iranian antiquities 'red list'. Tehran Times. 10 June.
York Mix (2017). Judge gives controversial Cliffords Tower visitor centre the green light. York Mix. 9 June.
Jake Bullinger (2017). Will Bears Ears Remain a National Monument?. The Atlantic. 9 June.
Andina (2017). United States and Peru extend MoU on archaeological heritage protection. Andina. 7 June.
Kris Cheng (2017). Fences erected near historic Red House linked to Sun Yat-sen, as residents fear for future. Hong Kong Free Press. 1 June.
Mario Ramirez (2017). Vietnam memorial wall in Venice restored. Fox. 29 May.
Claire Voon (2017). A Digital Database for Threatened Archaeological Sites in the Middle East and North Africa. Hyperallergic. 24 May.
M. A. Parray (2017). HC seeks inventory of artifacts, security measures at SPS museum. Kashmir Reader. 20 May.
Cody Hooks (2017). BLM calls off public meetings amid Trump's monument review. The Taos News. 19 May.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Ancient stone block discovered at illegal excavation site in Upper Egypt's Sohag. Ahram Online. 18 May.
Salwa Samir (2017). How Egypt plans to crack down on antiquities theft. Al Monitor. 18 May.
Prague Daily Monitor (2017). National Museum to help Syria restore ancient artefacts. Prague Daily Monitor. 16 May.
Edward Helmore (2017). 'This is our land': New Mexico's tribal groups gear up to fight for their home. The Guardian. 13 May.
Charlie English (2017). The Treasures of Timbuktu. The New York Times. 12 May.
The Baltimore Sun (2017). Protecting public lands isn't 'abuse'. The Baltimore Sun. 10 May.
Kristen Treen (2017). Dismantling Americas monuments to white supremacy. Apollo. 10 May.
Christopher Soloman (2017). The Future of Dozens of National Monuments Depends on You. Outside Online. 10 May.
Robert Redford (2017). Robert Redford: Don't take Bears Ears away from us. The Salt Lake Tribune. 6 May.
Matthew Daly (2017). 27 national monuments may have protections cut or curtailed under Trump's review. The Chicago Tribune. 6 May.
Mark Rivett-Carnac (2017). Inside a New U.N. Program in Mali That's Training Its Staff to Protect At-Risk Art. Artsy. 5 May.
3Ders (2017). Japan preserves Buddhist statues and cultural artifacts with 3D scanning and 3D printing. 3Ders. 5 May.
Famagusta Gazette (2017). CoE adopts Convention to fight cultural destruction. Famagusta Gazette. 4 May.
INAH reduces resources for Quintana Roo
Carlos Matus (2017). Reduce INAH los recursos a Quintana Roo. La Verdad Noticias. 3 May.
Amjad Iqbal (2017). Restoration may have disfigured Buddhist monastery, a world heritage site. Dawn. 2 May.
BBC News (2017). Hatra: IS damage to ancient Iraqi city less than feared. BBC News. 1 May.
Churchs of Jujuy strengthen their security systems
MDZ (2017). Las iglesias de Jujuy reforzarán sus sistemas de seguridad. MDZ. 26 April.
Harry Yorke (2017). Medieval fort 'ruined' by staircase built by council to preserve historic site. The Telegraph. 14 April.
Lambayeque: security at archaeological sites intensified
El Comercio (2017). Lambayeque: intensifican vigilancia en las zonas arqueológicas. El Comercio. 13 April.
A Step Closer to Stolen Art
Nevena Vržina (2017). Korak bliže ukradenim umjetninama. Nezavisne. 13 April.
Ahmed Ali (2017). Police, NGOs tie up to curb smuggling. The Times of India. 11 April.
Ali M. Latifi (2017). Footprints: Saving artefacts in Afghanistan. Dawn. 9 April.
Reuters (2017). Italy wins G-7 backing for U.N. peacekeeping force for culture. Japan Times. 2 April.
Kelly Velasquez (2017). Art 'blue helmets' rescue Italy's treasures from rubble. Yahoo News. 1 April.
Megan Williams (2017). 'Dignity itself': Saving world heritage sites from 'cultural cleansing' won't be easy. CBC. 31 March.
John D. Leshy (2017). The Endangered Antiquities Act. The New York Times. 31 March.
Adnan Abu Zeed (2017). Calls for support as destroyed Mosul Museum seeks to rebuild. Al Monitor. 30 March.
Nir Hasson (2017). Israel Arrests Temple Mount Officials After Assault on Archaeologists. Haaretz. 29 March.
Dan Bean (2017). Clampdown on heritage thefts. The York Press. 29 March.
Voice of America (2017). UN Says Attacks on Heritage Sites Could Be War Crimes. Voice of America. 24 March.
Rob Parsons (2017). Bid to stop criminals targeting York's rich heritage. The Yorkshire Post. 23 March.
Arab News (2017). 6,000-year-old relic handed to Saudi government. Arab News. 21 March.
Thomas Adamson (2017). $75.5M pledged to protect heritage sites in war zones. CBC. 20 March.
The Gulf Today (2017). UAE pledges $15m to protect heritage sites in conflict areas. The Gulf Today. 20 March.
Stuart Leavenworth (2017). Native Americans prepare to battle Trump over Utah national monument. McClatchy. 20 March.
Associated Press (2017). Donors urged to guard heritage threatened by war, extremism. The Daily Mail. 20 March.
Noah Charney (2017). Why expensive security alarms could actually be putting your valuables at risk. Wired. 18 March.
Claudia Barbieri (2017). A Shelter for Art Caught in the Crossfire. The New York Times. 11 March.
Egypt Independent (2017). Officials deny any damage to newly-discovered king Ramses II statue during excavation. Egypt Independent. 10 March.
Press Trust of India (2017). BJP demands fencing of Bihar temples, burial grounds. The Indian Express. 6 March.
Blake Gopnik (2017). Donald Ian McCaw's Solution for Preserving Art: Bury It. ArtNet News. 3 March.
Regional government will have more control over the items in Churches that it funds
Juan Capeáns (2017). La Xunta tendrá mayor control sobre bienes de la Iglesia en los que invierte. La Voz de Galicia. 2 March.
Khaled Al-Jabbar (2017). Archaeologist: Kuwait keen to safeguard relics. KUNA. 27 February.
AFP (2017). In Mosul, a long-term battle to repair Iraq's heritage. The Jordan Times. 26 February.
Sabitri Dhakal (2017). At Bhaktapur Durbar Square today. The Himalayan Times. 26 February.
Dan Hicks (2017). Why are England's heritage bodies supporting the Stonehenge Bypass?. Apollo. 24 February.
Nuneaton News (2017). Smart solution to stop theft of Hartshill Castle stones. Nuneaton News. 24 February.
Matteo Fagotto (2017). The Monk Who Saves Manuscripts From ISIS. The Atlantic. 23 February.
Beau Jackson (2017). Inside private art collections with Scan the World. 3D Printing Industry. 23 February.
Julia Chan (2017). Sabah plans new rules on sea salvage after WWII wreck controversy. The Malay Mail. 16 February.
TNN (2017). Bihar govt to prepare list of idols, artefacts in temples. The Times of India. 16 February.
Igor Spaic (2017). Bosnian Stolen Artworks Database to Combat Art. Balkan Insight. 14 February.
Mom Kunthear (2017). Ancient statue a riddle for experts. Khmer Times. 13 February.
Maya material recovered
Wilmer Delgado Rojas (2017). Rescatan material arqueológico maya. El Expreso. 12 February.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Encroachments removed from Dahshour necropolis site: Ministry. Ahram Online. 10 February.
New Straits Times (2017). 'Salvaging okayed after getting feedback from agencies'. New Straits Times. 10 February.
Mark Foster (2017). Church secured against thieves - at cost of £311,000. Darlington & Stockton Times. 10 February.
Jewel Topsfield (2017). Indonesia and Australia battle to save WWII shipwreck HMAS Perth from salvagers. Western Advocate. 10 February.
Katharyn Hanson (2017). Why We Need to Fight to Save Mosul's Cultural Heritage. Smithsonian. 9 February.
Bethan McKernan (2017). New Dead Sea Scrolls cave filled with ancient artefacts discovered for first time in 60 years. The Independent. 9 February.
Lilit Marcus (2017). The Eiffel Tower Is Getting a Bulletproof Glass Wall. Condé Nast Traveler. 9 February.
Martin Levy (2017). We can preserve elephants AND conserve art. Apollo. 7 February.
Jody Harrison (2017). Metal detectorists urged to 'brush up on skills' to avoid damaging treasures. The Herald. 7 February.
ANSA (2017). Italy restoring damaged art from Palmyra Italy restoring damaged art from Palmyra. ANSA. 7 February.
Traci Watson (2017). Show of shipwrecked treasures raises scientists' ire. Nature. 7 February.
Hailey Konnath (2017). Gone, sometimes forgotten: State law protects even tiny cemeteries, but enforcement can be tough. Omaha World-Herald. 7 February.
WCAI (2017). Cairo's Islamic Art Museum Reopens 3 Years After A Car Bomb Damaged It. WCAI. 5 February.
Auschwitz Museum offers confidentiality to Nazi war criminals Auschwitz Museum offers confidentiality to Nazi war criminals( )
Arutz Sheva (2017). Auschwitz Museum offers confidentiality to Nazi war criminals Auschwitz Museum offers confidentiality to Nazi war criminals. Israel National News. 5 February.
Gephardt Daily (2017). Breaking: Governor signs resolution asking to rescind Bears Ears monument designation. Gephardt Daily. 3 February.
Hannah McGivern (2017). Call for Italy's quake-stricken works to return home for treatment. The Art Newspaper. 3 February.
Caty Enders (2017). Republicans back off bill to sell 3.3m acres of public land after outcry. The Guardian. 2 February.
ANI (2017). Chhattisgarh: Ancient Ganesha idol damaged by suspected Maoists successfully restored. Business Standard. 2 February.
Boing Boing (2017). Citizen scientists can now help stop archaeological looting. BoingBoing. 1 February.
Jewel Topsfield (2017). HMAS Perth at mercy of scavengers 75 years after being sunk. WA Today. 28 January.
Kevin Rushby (2017). English Heritage in the dock over plans for Clifford's Tower in York. The Guardian. 27 January.
Bennett Hall (2017). To catch a thief. Corvallis Gazette-Time. 25 January.
Gyan P Neupane (2017). Locals obstruct temple rebuilding, demand participatio. My Republica. 25 January.
Faras Ghani (2017). Pakistan's Moenjodaro is crumbling away. Al Jazeera. 23 January.
Tom Mack (2017). Ancient Welby church banned from displaying 'tasteless' plaque thanking lottery windfall. Leicester Mercury. 23 January.
Tim McGovern (2017). This Sex Doll Actually Scared Away Burglars, Is The Hero 2017 Deserves. Elite Daily. 22 January.
Khalid Hassan (2017). How Egypt is trying to stop looting at ancient mosques. Al Monitor. 20 January.
Helen Lock (2017). Online courses: your passport to a new career. The Guardian. 20 January.
EU Reporter (2017). #ProjectDiamond begins where #PinkPanther left off. EU Reporter. 19 January.
BLM requests public's assistance in preserving cultural resources for current and future generations of Americans( )
Rachel T. Carnahan (2017). BLM requests public's assistance in preserving cultural resources for current and future generations of Americans. KCSG. 19 January.
Churches install security systems because of robberies
Nueva Ciudad (2017). Varias Iglesias instalan sistemas de seguridad por los robos. Nueva Ciudad. 19 January.
Ori Lewis (2017). Ghost churches near Jordan River baptism site await reclamation. Reuters. 18 January.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Cairo's Museum of Islamic Art to open Friday after two-year closure. Ahram Online. 18 January.
Dawn (2017). Iraqi artist recreates ancient works destroyed by IS. Dawn. 17 January.
Philip Chrysopoulos (2017). Greek Archaeologist Prevents Illicit Sale of Antiquity in New York. Greek Reporter. 17 January.
Chiara Palazzo (2017). Rome mulls no-go zone around Colosseum after acts of vandalism. The Telegraph. 17 January.
Tyler J. Kelley (2017). Archaeologists and Metal Detectorists Find Common Ground. The New York Times. 16 January.
Bears Ears and Gold Butte are the latest battlegrounds in a long-running debate about federal land in the West( )
The Economist (2017). Bears Ears and Gold Butte are the latest battlegrounds in a long-running debate about federal land in the West. The Economist. 14 January.
Steven Morris (2017). Opportunity or threat? Stonehenge tunnel plan revives long-running debate. The Guardian. 13 January.
Associated Press (2017). Europe Wants More Protection Against Antiquities Trafficking. The New York Times. 13 January.
Daily Times (2017). SHC orders removal of Mohenjo Daro encroachers. Daily Times. 12 January.
Chris Johnstone (2017). WWII US bomber highlights threat of treasure hunters to Czech heritage. Radio Praha. 11 January.
Jay Evensen (2017). Jay Evensen: A monument designation won't stop the looting. Deseret News. 4 January.
Michaela Boland (2017). Mossgreen, Leonard Joel clash over call to ban ivory, rhino horn sales. The Australian. 3 January.
Manoj Pokhriyal (2017). 2016 saw 3 UNESCO listings, return of stolen antiquities. Press Trust of India. 3 January.
Saurav Karki (2017). Bringing the gods home. The Kathmandu Post. 3 January.
Tony Perrottet (2017). The Couple Who Saved China's Ancient Architectural Treasures Before They Were Lost Foreve. Smithsonian. 1 January.
Amanda Holpuch (2016). Obama leaves 'phenomenal legacy' of protecting historic and natural land. The Guardian. 31 December.
Africa Times (2016). New 'Red List' for West Africa helps to protect art, cultural antiquities. Africa Times. 29 December.
Elias Abboud (2016). Can street art be preserved? Undoing of a Montreal mural raises questions. CBC. 28 December.
Sarah Cascone (2016). Statue Widely Ridiculed After Restoration Returned to Artist. ArtNet News. 28 December.
Brian Maffly (2016). Obama declares Bears Ears National Monument in southern Utah. The Salt Lake Tribune. 28 December.
David Rising (2016). Modern fight over ancient library. The Journal Gazette. 27 December.
Deepak Kharel (2016). Ancient idols of gods under serious threat in Nepal. My Republica. 26 December.
Manuela Pulido (2016). Illicit antiquities trade being fought. Latin American Post. 22 December.
Philippe Bohstrom (2016). New Dead Sea Scrolls Fragments Found in Judean Desert. Haaretz. 21 December.
Adele Couchman (2016). Leeds Castle bolsters defences with 'crime-fighting liquid. Kent News. 20 December.
Milan Schreuer (2016). A Master Work, the Ghent Altarpiece, Reawakens Stroke by Stroke. The New York Times. 19 December.
The looting of the Guanche mummies
EFE (2016). El 'saqueo' de las momias guanches. RTVC. 19 December.
Owen Jarus (2016). Hundreds of Historic Texts Hidden in ISIS-Occupied Monastery. Live Science. 16 December.
UNESCO (2016). UNESCO Director General sends rapid assessment mission to the Nimrud archaeological site in Iraq. UNESCO. 14 December.
Lori Hinnant (2016). UN seeks protection for ancient Nimrud site wrecked by IS. The Republic. 14 December.
Lucy Kafanov (2016). Iraqis Mourn Destruction of Ancient City of Nimrud: ISIS 'Tried to Destroy the Identity of Iraq'. NBC. 11 December.
Mayuri Phadnis (2016). Group will document state's antiques to protect heritage. Pune Mirror. 7 December.
APP (2016). Preservation of archaeological sites promotes tourism. The Nation. 5 December.
Peter Hellyer (2016). The UAE can become a safe haven for antiquities. The National. 5 December.
Aboriginal art depicting Wandjina figure that sparked aliens theory to be reclaimed by traditional owners( )
Erin Parke (2016). Aboriginal art depicting Wandjina figure that sparked aliens theory to be reclaimed by traditional owners. ABC Australia. 4 December.
Associated Press (2016). France pays £24m into new fund to protect cultural heritage sites. The Guardian. 4 December.
Felicity Strong (2016). Imitation game: how copies can solve our cultural heritage crises. The Conversation. 4 December.
AFP (2016). Nations set to approve heritage protection fund. The Daily Mail. 3 December.
AFP (2016). Five Nobel winners urge action to protect heritage sites. The Economic Times. 2 December.
BBC News (2016). UAE hosts global push to save antiquities from conflict. BBC News. 2 December.
Naser Al Wasmi (2016). Protecting culture vital for identity and peace,' says head of Unesco. The National. 1 December.
Robert Fisk (2016). Does Aleppo prove that we westerners should keep the world's antiquities?. The Independent. 1 December.
Sky News (2016). Debate over whether Afghanistan's Buddhas should be reconstructed. Sky News. 30 November.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Transported porcelain artefacts are not damaged as rumoured: Egyptian antiquities ministry. Ahram Online. 29 November.
Emily Sharpe (2016). Modern-day Monuments Men wanted by the British Army. The Art Newspaper. 29 November.
The Japan Times (2016). Jakarta to help probe disappearance of Dutch WWII shipwrecks deemed war graves. The Japan Times. 24 November.
Chip Colwell (2016). How the archaeological review behind the Dakota Access Pipeline went wrong. The Conversation. 21 November.
Vietnam Net (2016). Hue City to relocate abandoned sculptures. Vietnam Net. 18 November.
MENAFM (2016). UAE and France to announce new partnership on safeguarding endangered cultural heritage. MENAFN. 16 November.
Evie Andreou (2016). Antiquities department had no power to act in Salamis case, auditor-general rules. Cyprus Mail. 16 November.
Oliver Holmes (2016). British second world war shipwrecks in Java Sea destroyed by illegal scavenging. The Guardian. 16 November.
Seema Sharmal (2016). Tourists disappointed on not finding antique idols in Baijnath temples. The Times of India. 13 November.
Florence Massena (2016). How NGOs are helping preserve Syria's heritage. Al-Monitor. 13 November.
'We've hidden our treasures from Isil, only a handful know the secret location', says Syria's antiquities chief( )
Josie Ensor (2016). 'We've hidden our treasures from Isil, only a handful know the secret location', says Syria's antiquities chief. The Telegraph. 12 November.
Bo Petersen (2016). DNR cracks down on fossil hunters. The Charlotte Observer. 12 November.
Brad Branan (2016). Proposed Bears Ears monument protects Anasazi history at risk. The Sacramento Bee. 11 November.
Fazal Khaliq (2016). Iconic Buddha in Swat valley restored after nine years when Taliban defaced it. Dawn. 7 November.
Chris Sikich (2016). Eternal unrest: How a Native American burial site was desecrated in Hamilton County. Indy Star. 5 November.
Anny Shaw (2016). Louvre may safeguard artefacts from war-torn areas. The Art Newspaper. 4 November.
Vangmayi Parakala (2016). Art in bunkers and high-security facilities. Live Mint. 3 November.
Rob Peake (2016). How to record archaeological objects found at sea – MAS database launched. Classic Boat. 1 November.
Kim Willsher (2016). Louvre to offer shelter for world treasures rescued from war zones. The Guardian. 1 November.
Iota Sykka (2016). Show sheds light on WWII efforts to salvage priceless antiquities. eKathimerini. 29 October.
Amr Khalifa (2016). Corruption central: The plundering of Egypt's relics. Middle East Eye. 28 October.
TNN (2016). Temple doors found open but all valuables intact. The Times of India. 27 October.
Danny Lewis (2016). Italian Preservationists Save 900 Artworks From the Ruins of Earthquake-Struck Amatrice. Smithsonian. 25 October.
Claire Voon (2016). Tennessee Commission Rejects City's Request to Remove Monument to First Grand Wizard of KKK. Hyperallergic. 24 October.
These Sifrei Torah made it through hard times in Poland, Iraq, Portugal, Russia and elsewhere, before being reborn in new communities.( )
The Jerusalem Post (2016). These Sifrei Torah made it through hard times in Poland, Iraq, Portugal, Russia and elsewhere, before being reborn in new communities.. The Jerusalem Post. 24 October.
TNN (2016). 'Destroying damaged ancient sculptures a crime'. The Times of India. 24 October.
Inside Ottawa Valley (2016). Stolen Jesus head returned to Sudbury church. Inside Ottawa Valley. 23 October.
Vietnam Net (2016). Measures needed to protect antique relics. Vietnam Net. 20 October.
Ashifa Kassam (2016). Baby Jesus statue in Canada turns heads with artists' 'shocking' restoration. The Guardian. 20 October.
Sarah Laskow (2016). Stolen Artifacts! Drunk Teens! And More True Tales of Florida's First State Archaeologist. Atlas Obscura. 19 October.
QNA (2016). Qatar Museums opens 'Fragments' exhibition in Katara. GDN Online. 18 October.
Creative India (2016). Why India Must Counter The Heritage Plunder. Swarajya. 18 October.
Doña Neria, the woman who rescued 560 Maya pieces from looters
Soy 502 (2016). Doña Neria, la mujer que rescató 560 piezas mayas de saqueadores. Soy 502. 16 October.
Costa Rican only protects Prehispanic art by law
Hassel Fallas (2016). Costa Rica solo protege con ley al arte prehispánico. La Nación. 16 October.
S. Vijay Kumar (2016). Reclaiming our Gods: Why India must reverse the plunder of its artistic heritage. DNA. 15 October.
Li Yan (2016). Local government attempts to restore Great Wall end up damaging landmark. ECNS. 12 October.
Gulf News (2016). Khalifa issues law on cultural heritage objects. Gulf News. 12 October.
El Sucre protects its archaeological remains
José Miguel Castillo (2016). El Sucre protege a sus restos arqueológicos. El Telégrafo. 8 October.
Paul Antonopoulos (2016). Ancient Assyrian site graffitied with Kurdish flag to be restored. AMN News. 6 October.
Tin Htet Paing (2016). Damaged Bagan Temples Under Detailed Assessment. The Irrawaddy. 6 October.
Michael Press (2016). Raiders of the Lost Archive: How Newly Discovered Manuscripts of Afghanistan Ended Up in Israel. Hyperallergic. 5 October.
South China Morning Post (2016). Why so little of Hong Kong's underwater heritage has been preserved. South China Morning Post. 3 October.
The archaeological sites of Comayagua and La Paz are abandoned
Juan César Díaz (2016). En el abandono están los sitios arqueológicos de Comayagua y La Paz. El Heraldo. 2 October.
Averting looting and damage to archaeological heritage in Zanatepec
Martín Vargas (2016). Advierten saqueo y daño a patrimonio arqueológico en Zanatepec. Istmo Press. 1 October.
Tobias Heimbach (2016). When Art Thieves Target Treasures In Churches. World Crunch. 30 September.
Giota Mirtsioti (2016). A guardian of Syria's imperiled cultural heritage. eKathimerini. 29 September.
Akshan de Alwis (2016). The United Nations Doubles Down on Protecting Cultural Sites. Diplomatic Courier. 27 September.
Famagusta Gazette (2016). Cyprus to spearhead war on illicit trafficking of cultural property. Famagusta Gazette. 26 September.
Associated Press (2016). Dismay over 'crude' repairs to ancient section of Great Wall of China. The Guardian. 22 September.
David D'Arcy (2016). François Hollande announces $100m fund to protect cultural heritage in the Middle East. The Art Newspaper. 21 September.
Claire Voon (2016). Slick Replica of Palmyra's Triumphal Arch Arrives in New York, Prompting Questions. Hyperallergic. 20 September.
Raya Jalabi (2016). Replica of Syrian arch destroyed by Isis unveiled in New York City. The Guardian. 20 September.
Curtis S. Chin (2016). Preventing the plunder of Asean's heritage. The Straits Times. 16 September.
Archaeologists intend to make Afghanistan a museum despite looting
Panorama (2016). Arqueólogos intentan hacer de Afganistán un museo entre saqueos. Panorama. 14 September.
Yonhap News Agency (2016). 23 cultural assets damaged after quake in ancient capital. Yonhap News Agency. 13 September.
Yathiraju (2016). Karnataka yet to get proper inventory report on 14 heritage cities. The New Indian Express. 12 September.
The Kathmandu Post (2016). Rani Pokhari reconstruction to resume this week. The Kathmandu Post. 12 September.
Kara Weisenstein (2016). When Artwork Survives Catastrophe. The Creator's Project. 12 September.
The search is on for Britain's lost public sculptures as Historic England protects five more artworks( )
Culture 24 (2016). The search is on for Britain's lost public sculptures as Historic England protects five more artworks. Culture 24. 11 September.
Theft of religious statues: PDI gives suggestions to help facilitate the locating of valuable pieces
Lilian Olivares (2016). Robo de figuras religiosas: PDI da consejos para facilitar la búsqueda de piezas valiosas. Economía y Negocios. 11 September.
Daily Sabah (2016). Police searching stolen vehicle finds 2nd century tomb in Bursa. Daily Sabah. 10 September.
Pakistan Observer (2016). KP lacks archaeological experts to preserve priceless heritage. Pakistan Observer. 9 September.
Kirsteen Paterson (2016). Plea for holiday photos to help preserve world heritage. The National. 9 September.
M. L. Verma (2016). Raghunath Trust to strengthen security & management shrine: CM. Himvani. 9 September.
KUNA (2016). Kuwaiti official urges end to theft of Arab culture. Kuwait News Agency. 8 September.
BBC News (2016). Plea over missing 1986 Sir Antony Gormley sculpture. BBC News. 8 September.
George Psyllides (2016). AG to decide about antiquities irregularities. Cyprus Mail. 8 September.
Eve M. Kahn (2016). Digital Troves, Providing Insights and Reuniting Antiquities. The New York Times. 8 September.
Eleven (2016). 15 ancient pagodas in Bagan suffer severe damage. Eleven. 6 September.
Petra (2016). Amman hosts conference to launch regional task force to combat cultural racketeering. Petra. 6 September.
Sheryl Gay Stolberg (2016). He Denied Blacks Citizenship. Now a City Is Deciding His Statue's Fate.. The New York Times. 4 September.
Nick Miller (2016). Protecting antiquities in Syria and Libya from Islamic State. The Sydney Morning Herald. 4 September.
The Kathmandu Post (2016). Unesco concerned about inappropriate rebuilding of Ranipokhari. The Kathmandu Post. 1 September.
Eleven (2016). Bagan pagodas to be repaired in 7-step process. Eleven. 31 August.
My Republica (2016). Balgopaleshwar Temple reconstruction suspended. My Republica. 30 August.
Xinhua (2016). Feature: Greece strives to preserve underwater antiquities. Xinhua. 29 August.
Libby Hogan (2016). The earthquake aftermath: 'Don't rush with restoration'. DVB. 29 August.
Phyllis Stephen (2016). Edinburgh International Culture Summit 2016 ends with call to save heritage endangered by war. The Edinburgh Reporter. 28 August.
B. Vijay Murty (2016). Jharkhand: Authorities ensure Rs 2,500-cr Krishna idol is guarded well. Hindustan Times. 26 August.
BBC World Service (2016). What is the Cost of Preserving the Past? (Audio). BBC World Service. 26 August.
Zarni Mann (2016). Bagan After the Quake: Concerns Over Manhandling of Debris. The Irrawaddy. 25 August.
Radio Free Asia (2016). Myanmar President Visits Bagan to Survey Quake-Damaged Pagodas. Radio Free Asia. 25 August.
Tom Gjelten (2016). The Big Business Of Looted Antiquities (Audio). The Diane Rehm Show. 24 August.
The Hindu (2016). 'Need to sensitise law enforcement agencies on heritage'. The Hindu. 23 August.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Newly restored Malawi Museum in Egypt's Minya to reopen in weeks. Ahram Online. 19 August.
Joe Davidson (2016). Smithsonian, other agencies protect artifacts in Iraq, Syria. The Washington Post. 19 August.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2016). Sisi meets with antiquities minister for briefing on progress. Egypt Independent. 15 August.
Claire Voon (2016). Our Prayers Are Answered as Beast Jesus Stars in a Comic Opera. Hyperallergic. 15 August.
Rebecca Kheel (2016). GAO: Art world wants US to better protect artifacts in Iraq, Syria. The Hill. 15 August.
The Hindu (2016). Temple managements told to tighten security. The Hindu. 15 August.
Madeline Fox (2016). Cathedral locking its doors between Masses in response to crime. The Wichita Eagle. 14 August.
Nicholas Fandos (2016). Ben Bradlee's Mausoleum Sets Off a Gossip-Laden Squabble. The New York Times. 11 August.
UN News Centre (2016). Supported by the UN cultural agency, Nepal's quake-damaged museums re-open. UN News Centre. 10 August.
Roi Kais (2016). MKs turn to UNESCO to save prophet's tomb. Ynet News. 8 August.
Alex Jacobson (2016). Indian Camp Ranch – America's First Archeological Subdivision. San Juan Independent. 8 August.
Garon Coriz (2016). Looking In: New Mexicans should support Bears Ears. Santa Fe New Mexican. 8 August.
Claire Warrender (2016). Top level bid to save ancient Wemyss caves. The Courier. 8 August.
Jason Mark (2016). Utah Monument Fight Pits Native Americans Against Land-Use Militants. The American Prospect. 3 August.
IANS (2016). Himachal HC stays takeover of historic Kullu temple. The Hindu. 2 August.
Kelly Bastone (2016). The Fight for Bears Ears National Monument. Backpacker. 1 August.
The Tribune (2016). Deities, not CM, to decide Raghunath temple's fate, says Maheshwar Singh. The Tribune. 1 August.
Tewodros Kassa (2016). Retrieving and Managing Heritages in Ethiopia. The Ethiopian Herald. 31 July.
Dalya Alberge (2016). A Renaissance mystery adds to National Gallery vandalism fears. The Guardian. 31 July.
Mike O'Sullivan (2016). Online Archive Documents Destruction of Ancient Sites. Voice of America. 29 July.
TNN (2016). Shutdown over takeover of Raghunath temple. The Times of India. 28 July.
Hanneke Meijer (2016). To collect or not to collect: are fossil-hunting laws hurting science?. The Guardian. 27 July.
Steven Gallagher (2016). Current Hong Kong laws fail the test of heritage protection. South China Morning Post. 25 July.
EuroEfe (2016). EU countries failing to protect cultural heritage. EurActive. 25 July.
Moath Al-Amoudi (2016). Citizens map out Gaza's history. Al Monitor. 24 July.
Kai Weise (2016). Kathmandu Valley is not danger listed again. The Himalayan Times. 23 July.
Neglect and looting has ruined much of the industrial history of Cantabria
Álvaro San Miguel (2016). El abandono y los saqueos arruinan gran parte de la historia industrial de Cantabria. El Diario Montañes. 22 July.
Adnan Abu Zeed (2016). Sumerian city of Lagash slowly emerging from desert sands. Al Monitor. 19 July.
B. Sivakumar (2016). Digitisation of temple idols all set to stop smugglers in their tracks. The Times of India. 19 July.
Camille Bains (2016). First Nation to use blockades if needed to protect ancient B.C. burial site. The Globe and Mail. 18 July.
Express News Service (2016). 'Our contribution to the artefacts registry is poor'. The New Indian Express. 18 July.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egyptian minister talks about challenges for antiquities. Ahram Online. 17 July.
OSCE trains Tajikistan's relevant agencies on combating the illicit cultural property trade and smuggling of historical artefacts( )
AKI Press (2016). OSCE trains Tajikistan's relevant agencies on combating the illicit cultural property trade and smuggling of historical artefacts. AKI Press. 16 July.
Ari Phillips (2016). Can a trove of Native American ruins be saved from eBay and 'white people' ideology?. Fusion. 14 July.
Theft from Catholic churches should worry society: Diocese
Ulises Villar (2016). Robos a iglesia católica deben preocupar a la sociedad: Diócesis. Quadratin. 13 July.
Noémie Jennifer (2016). How Replicas Could Save Threatened Artworks. The Creator's Project. 12 July.
INAH must release documents about theft of pieces of art
Quadratin (2016). INAH debe entregar documentos sobre robo de piezas de arte. Quadratin. 12 July.
There haven't been robberies in church that are Heritage of humanity: INAH
Cecilia Conde (2016). No ha habido robos en templos que son Patrimonio de la humanidad: INAH. AM De Querétaro. 10 July.
Next week could be turning point in Bears Ears debate: Bishop to unveil bill; Interior Secretary Jewell to visit Utah( )
Thomas Burr (2016). Next week could be turning point in Bears Ears debate: Bishop to unveil bill; Interior Secretary Jewell to visit Utah. The Salt Lake Tribune. 8 July.
Olivia Paschal (2016). Syria, Colonialism, and the Yale Art Gallery. The Politic. 8 July.
Christopher Jones (2016). What Central Africa's War on Poaching Can Teach Us About Fighting the Plunder of Antiquities. Hyperallergic. 5 July.
Vincent Noce (2016). Louvre Abu Dhabi to host summit on culture versus terrorism. The Art Newspaper. 5 July.
Ryan Heinsius (2016). Archaeologists Test Satellite Monitoring Technology to Combat Looting at Ancient Sites. NPR. 4 July.
Angela Rainey (2016). Vandalised Belfast war memorial to be rededicated during Somme service. Belfast Telegraph. 30 June.
Adnan Abu Zeed (2016). Prized Lion of Babylon joins list of crumbling Iraqi antiquities. Al Monitor. 30 June.
Nathan T. Elkins (2016). AIA Members Speak in Favor of Continued Protection of Artifacts from Bolivia and Greece. Archaeological Institute of America. 30 June.
Gulf News (2016). The politics and poetry of restoring war ruins. Gulf News. 29 June.
Apollo (2016). Ancient Burmese Buddhist site at risk from botched restoration. Apollo. 27 June.
Lyn Smith (2016). Navajo Nation supports cultural items bill. Daily Times. 24 June.
TNN (2016). Over 14 lakh antiquities documented, data on NMMA website. The Times of India. 23 June.
Angus McDowall (2016). Saudi heritage revival too late to save many cultural treasures. Reuters. 22 June.
Minda Smiley (2016). Artists have recreated lost & stolen artwork using only Adobe stock photos and Photoshop. The Drum. 21 June.
D. Madhaven (2016). Archaeology Dept. awaits nod to beef up security. The Hindu. 20 June.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egypt to sign archaeological cooperation agreement with Saudi Arabia. Ahram Online. 19 June.
P. K. Jaiswar (2016). CCTV surveillance at Golden Temple helps nail thieves. The Tribune. 19 June.
News in English (2016). German warship wreckage protected. News in English. 17 June.
Leah Collins (2016). How Indigenous artists are taking back what the fashion industry stole. CBC. 17 June.
El Cabildo repone la protección de las estaciones de petroglifos en el Pico Bejenao tras "actos vandálicos"( )
El Cabildo renews protection of petroglyph sites in Pico Bejenao after "acts of vandalism"
El Diario (2016). El Cabildo repone la protección de las estaciones de petroglifos en el Pico Bejenao tras "actos vandálicos". El Diario. 17 June.
In Cyprus (2016). Cyprus and Egypt sign organised crime accord. In Cyprus. 16 June.
The Hindu (2016). HR and CE department launches idol survey in 4,000 temples. The Hindu. 16 June.
Popular Archaeology (2016). More than 700 Archaeologists Urge Obama to Protect Bear Ears Cultural Area. Popular Archaeology. 15 June.
Sport Diver (2016). Marine Antiquities Scheme to launch on 21 July. Sport Diver. 14 June.
Jenny Rowland (2016). Bears Ears Cultural Area: The Most Vulnerable U.S. Site for Looting, Vandalism, and Grave Robbing. Center for American Progress. 13 June.
Private action to redress the severe lack of protection for historic shipwrecks
Mauricio Silva (2016). Privados impulsan medidas para revertir la grave desprotección de naufragios históricos. El Mercurio. 13 June.
Simon Worrall (2016). 'Badass Librarians' Foil al Qaeda, Save Ancient Manuscripts. National Geographic. 12 June.
Mary Harris (2016). Athens Mayor to Remove City Statues for their Own Protection. Greek Reporter. 9 June.
Emily Sharpe (2016). Revealed: how altarpiece broke in disastrous fall at London's National Gallery. The Art Newspaper. 9 June.
Tricorns Against Plunder
E. Gancedo (2016). Tricornios contra expoliadores. Diario de León. 8 June.
Charlie English (2016). Irina Bokova: the woman standing between Isis and world heritage. The Guardian. 3 June.
Mike Smith (2016). Israel wards off looters of antiquity high above the Dead Sea. Yahoo News. 2 June.
The Siasat Daily (2016). Archaeology Dept. ramps up security at Qutub Shahi Tombs, in the wake of Sandal Wood theft. The Siasat Daily. 29 May.
Don Gilman (2016). Enforcing the law, protecting resources: a day in the life of a BLM ranger. St George News. 26 May.
Martin Levy (2016). Antique ivory poses no threat to elephant conservation: in fact, it needs protection itself. Apollo. 25 May.
Yoni Kempinski (2016). National plan to save Dead Sea Scrolls from thieves. Arutz Sheva. 25 May.
Hurriyet Daily News (2016). Red list prepared for Syrian artifacts. Hurriyet Daily News. 20 May.
Claire Voon (2016). China Will Publicly Shame Vandals Who Tag Mount Everest Base Camp. Hyperallergic. 16 May.
Ilan Ben Zion (2016). In new crackdown, antiquities authorities tighten noose around dealers, thieves. The Times of Israel. 16 May.
Archaeological theft in the country exceeded by 1000%
Alejandro Melgoza (2016). Se dispara 1,000%robo arqueológico en el país. El Universal. 15 May.
UNESCO (2016). Key Libyan and international partners unite to adopt an action plan for Libya's heritage. UNESCO. 13 May.
Prensa Latina (2016). Cuba Committed to the Underwater Heritage Convention at UNESCO. Prensa Latina. 12 May.
Mike Frey (2016). After theft of Lincoln's hand, museum to get security cameras. Daily Journal. 11 May.
Ramkrishan Upadhyay (2016). UT departments told to prepare inventory of heritage furniture. The Tribune. 10 May.
Slow process for the archaeological rescue of the Nonualca capital
Mima Velásquez (2016). Lento proceso para el rescate arqueológico de la capital nonualca. La Prensa Grafica. 9 May.
UNESCO strategy to prevent further looting at the galleon San Jose.
EFE (2016). La estrategia de Unesco para evitar nuevos saqueos como el del galeón San José. El Espectador. 9 May.
Brian Maffly (2016). BLM wants to pay people who help find looters, vandals. The Salt Lake Tribune. 6 May.
Eddie Small (2016). Vandalized Bronx WWI Statue To Be Renovated and Returned to Post by 2017. DNA Info. 5 May.
Sune Engel Rasmussen (2016). The man who helped save Afghanistan's treasures from ravages of war. The Guardian. 5 May.
Stuart Ramsey (2016). IS Files Reveal Assad's Deals With Militants. Sky News. 3 May.
Cartagena cuts traffic to the Castillo de los Moros to prevent looting
EFE (2016). Cartagena corta el tráfico en el Castillo de los Moros para evitar saqueos. ABC España. 27 April.
Erich Theophile (2016). One year on: an update from Nepal's earthquake-damaged heritage sites. Apollo. 26 April.
Russell Leadbetter (2016). Meet Dr Donna Yates, the expert aiming to make antiquities-collecting socially unacceptable. The Herald. 25 April.
Emma Cunliffe (2016). Ordinary Syrians are Risking Their Lives to Protect Their Cultural Heritage. The Wire. 23 April.
Claire Voon (2016). France Lost Track of 23,000 State-Owned Artworks and Historic Objects. Hyperallergic. 21 April.
Umberto Bacchi (2016). Palmyra Arch in London: 'Unethical' reconstruction of 'Disneyland' archaeology criticised. International Business Times. 19 April.
Sue Blaine (2016). Scientists and lawyers save archaeological site from mining. BD Live. 19 April.
Ghulam Hussain Khwaja (2016). Probe confirms damage to 15th-century tomb at Makli. Dawn. 17 April.
The Committee for the Fight Against the Trafficking of Cultural Heritage to Meet
Diario Panorama (2016). Se reúne el Comité de Lucha contra el Tráfico del Patrimonio Cultural. Diario Panorama. 15 April.
Steven Litt (2016). Shawnee State University's Amr Al-Azm aids the fight against ISIS looting in Syria (photos). Cleveland.com. 14 April.
Davis Dunavin (2016). In Speech At Yale, UN Secretary-General Calls For Better Protection Of Ancient Historic Sites. WSHU. 12 April.
Organised crime gang planned to raid Glasgow's Burrell Collection and Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum( )
Peter Swindon (2016). Organised crime gang planned to raid Glasgow's Burrell Collection and Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. The Herald. 4 April.
UNESCO (2016). Stepping up stakeholders' involvement in the fight against trafficking of culture. UNESCO. 1 April.
Oliver Pritchard (2016). Ancient boulder to stay after villagers threatened to chain themselves to it to prevent move. Mirror. 30 March.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). After Brussels Attacks, Italy Announces $336 Million Anti-Terror Heritage Protection Plan. ArtNet News. 30 March.
Sue Blaine (2016). Diamond miner halted after digging on ancient archaeological site. BD Live. 30 March.
"The Lord of Sipán": a milestone in the history of Perú
Paul Monzón (2016). "El Señor de Sipán": Un hito en la historia del Perú. Periodista Digital. 30 March.
Representative of the INAH speaks about the site in Altramura
Jasiel Camacho (2016). Delegado del INAH habla sobre el hallazgo en Altamura. Debate. 29 March.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egypt's Museum of Islamic Art regains its allure after two-year restoration. Ahram Online. 27 March.
Jim Mimiaga (2016). Utes, Navajo seek monument to preserve canyon. The Cortez Journal. 27 March.
Maamoun Abdelkarim (2016). Restoring Syria's pearl of the desert: a reason for optimism amid the storm of terror. The Guardian. 26 March.
Pompeii recruits army of spies to root out Mafia corruption and shoddy renovation work at the ancient site( )
Michael Day (2016). Pompeii recruits army of spies to root out Mafia corruption and shoddy renovation work at the ancient site. The Independent. 25 March.
The Los Angeles Times (2016). Petition demands Navy stop removing Indian artifacts from 'Island of the Blue Dolphins'. The Recorder. 24 March.
Cait Munro (2016). Will Florence's New App Help Curb Graffiti on Historic Landmarks?. ArtNet News. 23 March.
Claire Voon (2016). With Its Own Arts Center, Beast Jesus Rises Again. Hyperallergic. 18 March.
Imam Hossain (2016). Old law prevents preserving war sites. Prothom Alo. 18 March.
Intensive patrols enlisted to protect 50 archaeological sites
RPP (2016). Alistan patrullaje intenso para proteger 50 sitios arqueológicos. RPP. 17 March.
Egyptian Streets (2016). EU Ready to Allocate 7.5 Million Euros for Preservation of Egyptian Heritage Sites. Egyptian Streets. 15 March.
Diane King (2016). Cathedral reopens home of historic order after thefts. Edinburgh Evening News. 12 March.
UNESCO (2016). UNESCO and French and Swiss heritage professionals stand up for the safeguarding of Syrian heritage. UNESCO. 10 March.
INAH failed to protect the archaeological sites of the country: audit
Nayeli Roldán (2016). El INAH olvida conservar las zonas arqueológicas del país: Auditoría. Animal Politico. 9 March.
Jessica Jones (2016). This is what happened when Spain restored ancient castle. The Local. 9 March.
Claire Voon (2016). Tracing the Legacies of Postwar UK's Lost and Damaged Public Artworks. Hyperallergic. 7 March.
Sara Cline (2016). Petrified Forest: Digging out of a rock and hard place. Arizona Sonora News. 3 March.
TNN (2016). 'Stringent action in temple thefts must'. The Times of India. 3 March.
Osuna to restore the aqueduct looted for stone and the Junta will declare it BIC
Andalucía Centro (2016). Osuna restaurará el acueducto saqueado y pedirá a la Junta que lo declare BIC. Andalucía Centro. 1 March.
Katie Nodjimbadem (2016). The Heroic Effort to Digitally Reconstruct Lost Monuments. Smithsonian. 1 March.
James Harkin (2016). Crash Courses Prepare Art Conservators for Catastrophic Disasters. Smithsonian. 1 March.
S. Prasad (2016). ASI seeks info on provenance of idols. The Hindu. 28 February.
Jonathan Bailey (2016). Preservation Is a Civil Rights Issue. Indian Country Today. 25 February.
Times of Israel (2016). Boy finds ancient figurine during Beit She'an outing. The Times of Israel. 25 February.
Cait Munro (2016). Get Ready for the Upcoming 'Beast Jesus' Documentary. ArtNet News. 22 February.
Kerry Kolasa-Sikiaridi (2016). 24-hour Strike on Monday Will Close Museums and Archaeological Sites Throughout Greece. Greek Reporter. 19 February.
TNN (2016). Govt faces challenges in protecting Bihar heritage sites. The Times of India. 18 February.
Heather Pringle (2016). Space Archaeologist Wants Your Help to Fight Looting. National Geographic. 17 February.
Casey Quackenbush (2016). These ISIS-Destroyed Artifacts Are Now Available to Download and 3-D Print. Observer. 17 February.
Stephen Trimble (2016). To save their homeland, 25 tribes unite in the Southwest. High Country News. 17 February.
Associated Press (2016). Unesco and Italy team up to protect art and artefacts from terrorists. The Guardian. 16 February.
Associated Press (2016). Italy sets up Unesco task force to protect antiquities in conflict areas. The Art Newspaper. 16 February.
Ralph Blumenthal (2016). Sarah Parcak to Use TED Prize Money for Crowdsourcing on Archaeological Sites. The New York Times. 16 February.
Sanjeev Sanyal (2016). India must start working to reverse plunder of our national artistic heritage. The Economic Times. 15 February.
Kelsey Stein (2016). Alabama's modern-day Indiana Jones integral to the future of space archaeology. AL.com. 14 February.
El Tiempo (2016). Colombia va perdiendo la batalla contra robo de tesoros culturales. El Tiempo. 14 February.
Popular Archaeology (2016). Drones for research: Use of the UAV in archaeology. Popular Archaeology. 14 February.
Ramadan Al Sherbini (2016). Egypt ups pyramids security after illegal stone sales. Gulf News. 11 February.
Doğan News Agency (2016). Spray painted tomb to be cleaned by experts. Hurriyet Daily News. 11 February.
Suzette Lohmeyer (2016). Solving art history mysteries with open data. GCN. 8 February.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2016). Antiquities official blames journalists for harming tourism through pyramids stone selling video. Egypt Independent. 7 February.
Ahram Online (2016). Egyptian archaeologists call for tougher security measures after 'sale of pyramid pieces'. Ahram Online. 7 February.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Karnak Amun-Re statue not recently restored as claimed. Ahram Online. 6 February.
Looters of palaeontological sites risk fines of up to $9,000,000
P. Sepúlveda (2016). Saqueadores de sitios paleontológicos arriesgan multas de hasta $9 millones. La Tercera. 5 February.
Amel Ahmed (2016). Saving Yemen's heritage, 'heart and soul of classical Islamic tradition'. Al Jazeera. 5 February.
Rescuing archaeological sites
Aarón Torres (2016). Rescatan Zonas Arqueológicas. AM. 4 February.
The Hindu (2016). Icon centres coming up in Dindigul, Theni to protect idols. The Hindu. 4 February.
Isaac Park (2016). Oregon Militia Standoff Spotlights Federal-Tribal Quandary over Artifacts. The American Prospect. 3 February.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). German teen faces life ban from Egypt after scaling Khufu pyramid. Ahram Online. 3 February.
The Hindu (2016). Icon centres coming up. The Hindu. 3 February.
Whitney Hales (2016). Museum of Art opts for student security guards, not Plexiglas. The Universe. 31 January.
Kevin Rawlinson (2016). Cecil Rhodes statue to remain at Oxford University. The Guardian. 29 January.
Doğan News Agency (2016). Historic castle cleansed of graffiti. Hurriyet Daily News. 28 January.
Jessica Goodfellow (2016). The Economist uses virtual reality to reconstruct museum lost in IS attack. The Drum. 28 January.
Meg Lambert (2016). Meet the heroes who risked their lives for our cultural heritage. FutureLearn. 26 January.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Banksy's Latest Mural Covered After Theft Attempt. ArtNet News. 26 January.
Katie A. Paul (2016). Using Social Media to Predict When Precious Antiquities Are Under Threat. Slate. 26 January.
Reuters (2016). Illegal dumping in Roman catacombs leaves precious ancient site polluted. The Guardian. 26 January.
Yahya Muhibzada (2016). Destruction in Kabul: I watched as the Taliban destroyed my life's work. BBC News. 20 January.
Alexandra Wolfe (2016). Sarah Parcak, Space Archaeologist. The Wall Street Journal. 15 January.
ICOM Emergency List: Fight against the illicit trafficking of cultural goods from Iraq strengthened.
Archäologie Online (2016). Rote ICOM-Notfallliste: Verstärkter Kampf gegen illegal gehandelte Kulturgüter aus dem Irak. Archäologie Online. 15 January.
PNS (2016). Minister writes to CM on Rajrappa shrine security. The Daily Pioneer. 14 January.
Sewa Bhattarai (2016). The Gods are still leaving. The Kathmandu Post. 9 January.
Euronews (2016). Utalk Tackling antiquities trafficking. Euronews. 8 January.
What challenges await the Ministry of Culture.
Ángel Elías (2016). ¿Qué retos le esperan al Ministerio de Cultura?. Prensa Libre. 8 January.
Anny Shaw (2016). Israeli high court says antiquities dealers must document all artefacts online. The Art Newspaper. 7 January.
Anny Shaw (2016). Egypt to launch antiquities database to track public collections and combat smuggling. The Art Newspaper. 7 January.
David Mark Simpson (2016). Amateur Sleuths on the Dinosaur Trail. The New York Times. 4 January.
Paul Broome (2016). Search is on for iconic sculpture. Hereford Times. 2 January.
Tony Paterson (2016). Nuremberg: Germany's dilemma over the Nazis' field of dreams. The Independent. 2 January.
Vincent Noce (2015). France builds grand alliance to protect cultural heritage. The Art Newspaper. 29 December.
Graham Fraser (2015). Top policeman calls for CCTV at Glasgow Necropolis. BBC News. 26 December.
Sarah Boden (2015). Returned "Goddess" Gets New Patina. Iowa Public Radio. 25 December.
Ben Farmer (2015). Army sign up 'Monument Men' to save treasures from warzones. The Telegraph. 25 December.
DCMS (2015). 'Lost' £30m masterpiece now at risk of leaving UK. UK Government. 23 December.
Peggy McGlone (2015). Signs of rebellion? Renwick Gallery is flouting signage rules, groups contend. The Washington Post. 23 December.
Josep Playá Maset (2015). El mar esconde sus tesoros. La Vanguardia. 20 December.
Stephan Salisbury (2015). A tale of sculptures saved, lost, and found. Philly.com. 20 December.
Express News Service (2015). Violations in Heritage Zone Under Lens. The New Indian Express. 20 December.
Adele Ramos (2015). $60 mil lost due to illegal logging by Guats over 174 square miles of Belize. Amandala. 19 December.
Willie Drye (2015). Battle Begins Over World's Richest Shipwreck. National Geographic. 18 December.
Earl Lane (2015). Scientists work to save antiquities from Islamic State destruction. Science. 18 December.
Art Media Agency (2015). The Desire of Transparency in the Art Market. Art Media Agency. 18 December.
In defence of underwater heritage
Irina Bokova (2015). En defensa del patrimonio subacuático. El País. 16 December.
Odyssey Marine Exploration Executes $21 Million Deal, Retires all Bank Debt, and Retains a Financial Interest in Future Shipwreck Projects( )
GlobeNewswire (2015). Odyssey Marine Exploration Executes $21 Million Deal, Retires all Bank Debt, and Retains a Financial Interest in Future Shipwreck Projects. Nasdaq.com. 16 December.
Stephanie Pappas (2015). 'Lost' Treasure Ship Is Also a War Grave. Live Science. 15 December.
Pranav Chaudhary (2015). Jain community urges CM to give facelift to Lachhuar temple. The Times of India. 15 December.
Cahal Milmo (2015). Historic England on a mission to locate publicly subsidised art that has disappeared from view. The Independent. 15 December.
Mark Brown (2015). Public artworks disappearing before our eyes, says heritage body. The Guardian. 15 December.
Gaurav Thapa (2015). Idols, sculptures of damaged sites safe: DoA. The Kathmandu Post. 14 December.
The theft of the Codex Calixtino: a premise worthy of a script by Berlanga
Pedro García Martín (2015). El robo del Códice Calixtino: una peripecia digna de un guión de Berlanga. El Mundo. 14 December.
Gaurav Thapa (2015). No cultural artefact has been stolen from damaged monuments, DoA claims. The Kathmandu Post. 13 December.
Where will the treasures of the galleon San José be kept?
El Universal (2015). ¿Dónde guardarán los tesoros del galeón San José?. El Universal. 13 December.
Treasures in the Peruvian Sea
Óscar Miranda (2015). Tesoros en el mar peruano. La Republica. 13 December.
El Códice Calixtino optará al Registro de la Memoria del Mundo de la Unesco, lo que reforzaría su protección( )
The Codex Calixtinus has been placed on UNESCO's Memory of the World list to ensure its protection
Europa Press (2015). El Códice Calixtino optará al Registro de la Memoria del Mundo de la Unesco, lo que reforzaría su protección. 20 Minutos. 13 December.
Patrick Williams (2015). Return of the Monuments Men: New UK unit will save priceless artefacts from jihadis. The Daily Star. 13 December.
News Letter (2015). Sea god statue set to make welcome return. News Letter. 11 December.
Marina Garcia-Vasquez (2015). Art Crime Detectives Expose the Ugly Truths of the Art World. The Creator's Project. 8 December.
Mayde Gomez (2015). Community helps rebuild church after thieves vandalize it, steal tabernacle. ABC United States. 1 December.
The Puerta Santa is open, but this isn't a Holy Year
Xurxo Melchor (2015). «La Puerta Santa abrirá, pero esto no es un año santo compostelano». La Voz de Galicia. 29 November.
Erin McIntyre (2015). Scientific advancements may help catch fossil thieves. The Daily Sentinel. 28 November.
Daniel Rivero (2015). Meet the lonely online warriors leading the fight against looted art. Fusion. 24 November.
Arab News (2015). Penalties for tampering with antiquities detailed. Arab News. 21 November.
Lynn Curwin (2015). In search of looted art. Truro Daily News. 20 November.
Gareth Harris (2015). Louvre's director draws up 50-point plan in response to Isil's destruction. The Art Newspaper. 19 November.
The office of culture in partnership with INAH safeguard's archaeological sites
Luis Garza (2015). La dirección de cultura en coordinación con el INAH resguardan zonas arqueológicas. En Línea Directa. 18 November.
Historic heritage is everyone's
El Día de Córdoba (2015). El patrimonio histórico es de todos. El Día de Córdoba. 16 November.
Cindy Lai (2015). 'Register antiques with Museum Department'. The Borneo Post. 15 November.
Culture to increase security over religious good to prevent their deterioration
Daniel Domínguez (2015). Cultura elevará el control sobre bienes de la Iglesia para frenar su deterioro. Faro de Vigo. 14 November.
Hannah Chapman (2015). Vandalised St Helen's Church rises from the ashes to be rebuilt at Beamish Museum. The Northern Echo. 12 November.
Naomi-Collett Ritz (2015). Kulen Mountain Security Beefs Up. Khmer Times. 10 November.
Starting the quest to protect cultural heritage
Diario Panorama (2015). Iniciaron la jornada sobre protección de los bienes culturales. Diario Panorama. 9 November.
Ralph Blumenthal (2015). TED Prize Goes to Archaeologist Who Combats Looting With Satellite Technology. The New York Times. 8 November.
Sylvia Poggioli (2015). Syrian Antiquities Chief Calls For Help From International Community. NPR. 7 November.
Daniel Grant (2015). Art Donors Give to Smaller Nonprofits. The Wall Street Journal. 1 November.
Jeremy Malies (2015). How museums employ security measures to counteract art thefts. Source Security. 30 October.
George Mikhail (2015). Egypt authorities blame destroyed archaeological sites on citizens' 'lack of cultural awareness'. Al Monitor. 28 October.
BBC News (2015). UK gives £3m to protect Iraq antiquities from IS terrorism. BBC News. 28 October.
Ong Sor Fern (2015). Walking an ethics tightrope: The business of collecting antiquities. The Straits Times. 27 October.
Vincent Salafia (2015). National monuments must be protected by clear laws. The Irish Times. 27 October.
Lara Ehrlich (2015). Saving an Ancestral Cemetery. BU Today. 26 October.
Michael E. Ruane (2015). As Monuments Men are honored, their foundation faces its demise. The Washington Post. 21 October.
Andy Greenberg (2015). A Jailed Activist's 3-D Models Could Save Syria's History From ISIS. Wired. 21 October.
Maxwell L. Anderson (2015). How to Save Art From Islamic State. The Wall Street Journal. 20 October.
Christine Ayala (2015). Foundation dedicated to WWII Monuments Men will close after Congressional Gold Medal ceremony. The Dallas Morning News. 20 October.
Ahmad Abu Amer (2015). Meet the man out to save Gaza's antiquities. Palestine Pulse. 20 October.
Abigail Rowe (2015). Non-Profit Makes 3-D Digital Archives of Endangered Heritage Sites. Observer. 19 October.
Nevine El-Aref (2015). Egyptian Museum boss rubbishes reports of Tutankhamun gold mask damage. Ahram Online. 18 October.
An inventory for protecting religious heritage
Ouest France (2015). Un inventaire pour protéger le patrimoine religieux. Ouest France. 17 October.
The Guardian (2015). UN to deploy peacekeepers to protect world heritage sites. The Guardian. 17 October.
Stephanie Weldy (2015). Community rebuilds Indian shelter at Novato museum after vandalism. Marinij. 17 October.
Michele Berger (2015). Penn's Hanson Works to Protect Cultural Heritage Sites in Syria and Iraq. Penn News. 15 October.
Leeza Clark (2015). Exhibition to remember one of the real-life Monuments Men. The Courier. 15 October.
Tom Mashberg (2015). Art Forgers Beware: DNA Could Thwart Fakes. The New York Times. 12 October.
More archaeological remains found in the path of 21st Century Highway
David Monroy (2015). En el trazo de la carretera siglo XXI hallan más vestigios arqueológicos. Milenio. 12 October.
Akshaya Mukul (2015). Special force soon to secure 'cultural assets'. The Times of India. 9 October.
Krista Lomu (2015). Protecting China's cultural heritage. GBTimes. 7 October.
Priyangi Agarwal (2015). Archaeologists to excavate Pachaumi village in November. The Times of India. 7 October.
BBC News (2015). Collapsed Hadrian's Wall repairs carried out. BBC News. 2 October.
Getty seeks to preserve memory of Palmyra's Roman ruins through acquisition of rare photography collection( )
Emily Sharpe (2015). Getty seeks to preserve memory of Palmyra's Roman ruins through acquisition of rare photography collection. The Art Newspaper. 2 October.
Doğan News Agency (2015). Turkey's Culture Ministry defends restoration at Aspendos. Hurriyet Daily News. 30 September.
Joanna Berendt (2015). Possible Nazi Tunnels Fuel Treasure Seekers in Poland. The New York Times. 29 September.
Anna Chibamu (2015). Cultural property trafficking: Army says ready to help. New Zimbabwe. 28 September.
BGN News (2015). 'Kitchen-grade' marble used in the restoration of ancient city of Aspendos. BGN News. 28 September.
R. Rajaram (2015). Icon centres to protect prized ancient idols. The Hindu. 27 September.
Thanh Nien News (2015). Hanoians worry about more deadly collapses of colonial houses. Thanh Nien News. 25 September.
Mafriq (2015). Rampant Illicit Cultural property trafficking- security details move in. Mafriq Music Factory. 22 September.
Farida Jhabvala Romero (2015). Lake County Cracks Down on Looting of Native American Artifacts. KQED. 21 September.
Insecurity plagues Catholic temples, and they are installing alarms
Carlos Marí (2015). Inseguridad pega a templos católicos e instalan alarmas. Terra. 20 September.
Neeta Lal (2015). Smuggling India's Antiquities. The Diplomat. 16 September.
Nevine El-Aref (2015). Tutankhamun's mask to undergo restoration in October. Ahram Online. 15 September.
Security cameras to protect the churches of Villahermosa
Presente (2015). Se protegen con cámaras de vigilancia las iglesias de Villahermosa. Presente. 13 September.
Louis Sahagun (2015). Ancient artifacts yield a modern dilemma: What can be collected legally?. Los Angeles Times. 12 September.
Laura C. Mallonee (2015). A Petition to Stop "Irresponsible" Restoration of Chartres Cathedral. Hyperallergic. 11 September.
George Dvorsky (2015). It's Gonna Cost at Least $110,000 to Repair King Tut's Damaged Mask. io9. 8 September.
Iglesias en Venezuela modifican horarios de sus prácticas religiosas ante el auge de la criminalidad( )
Churches in Venezuela modify the hours of their religious practices in response to rise in crime
NTN24 (2015). Iglesias en Venezuela modifican horarios de sus prácticas religiosas ante el auge de la criminalidad. NTN24. 7 September.
Odisha Sun Times (2015). 'Documentation can combat illicit trafficking of cultural heritage'. Odisha Sun Times. 7 September.
Federal forces needed to safeguard remains found in Altamira
Diana Alvarado (2015). Urge que fuerzas federales cuiden vestigios encontrados en Altamira. Hoy Tamaulipas. 4 September.
Jillian Steinhauer (2015). New Digital Archaeology Effort Attempts to Capture Cultural Heritage Before It's Gone. Hyperallergic. 4 September.
Daniel Estrin (2015). Artifact rescuer says world must protect antiquities. The Times of Israel. 3 September.
Church security reinforced after robbery
El Siglo de Torreón (2015). Reforzarán seguridad de iglesia tras robo. El Siglo de Torreón. 3 September.
Nevine El-Aref (2015). Germany offers €50,000 grant to help restore Tutankhamun's mask. Ahram Online. 1 September.
B.K. Lakshmikantha (2015). Mysuru's Srikanteshwara Temple to get hi-tech security. The Times of India. 1 September.
Victoria Weldon (2015). Visitors to Orkney's Italian Chapel to be charged entrance fees. The Herald. 31 August.
Derek Fincham (2015). Fincham: Syria will need the culture that ISIS hopes to destroy. Houston Chronicle. 28 August.
Ukraine Today (2015). Hermitage Museum vulnerable to vandalism as police end protection. Ukraine Today. 28 August.
Nir Hasson (2015). Young Israeli Girl Breaks 2,000-year-old Vase, Museum Says Thanks. Haaretz. 25 August.
The Herald (2015). Zimbabwe: Safeguarding Our Cultural Property. All Africa. 24 August.
Ivan Nechepurenko (2015). Plan to Withdraw Police From Russia's Museums Sparks Fears. The Moscow Times. 23 August.
Saikat Ray (2015). Security upgrade at Thakurbari. The Times of India. 23 August.
Trafficking continues: the heritage of Bolivia heads for the borders
Luis Fernando Cantoral (2015). Tráfico que continúa: el patrimonio de Bolivia sale por las fronteras. eju!. 22 August.
Halil Sanismaz (2015). Syria's antiquities: Why we must protect the region's ancient artifacts. Daily Sabah. 21 August.
Phil Taylor (2015). 'Bears Ears' latest battleground in Utah monument fight. EENews. 21 August.
Ashifa Kassam (2015). Something to sing about: 'worst art restoration ever' inspires an opera. The Guardian. 20 August.
Ronald Lee Fleming (2015). To save world heritage sites from destruction, the US should bring back Monuments Men. Global Post. 20 August.
Gary Vikan (2015). The Case For Buying Antiquities To Save Them. The Wall Street Journal. 19 August.
R Prince Jebakumar (2015). 45,000 Temples Across TN Vulnerable to Theft. The New Indian Express. 15 August.
PGR going after rock art vandals
Associated Press (2015). PGR va tras grafiteros de pinturas rupestres. Sipse. 12 August.
First stage of security measures in Cathedra is ready
Uniradio Noticias (2015). Queda lista primera etapa de medidas de seguridad en Catedral. Uniradio Informa. 11 August.
Human remains in the looted hispanic wrecks off Florida
José María Lancho (2015). Los restos humanos en los pecios hispanos saqueados en Florida. ABC España. 10 August.
The Nation (2015). Protecting The Past. The Nation. 8 August.
Danny Lewis (2015). These Academics Are Outracing (and Outwitting) ISIS. Smithsonian. 7 August.
Most archaeological sites marginalised
Informador (2015). Marginan a la mayoría de zonas arqueológicas. Informador. 6 August.
Restoration of the temple in Pánuco full of irregularities
Claudia Montes de Oca (2015). Llena de irregularidades restauración de templo en Pánuco. NTR Zacatecas. 6 August.
Ben Benton (2015). Relic hunters vital but troublesome for Civil War history. Times Free Press. 6 August.
James Rose (2015). Ramsgate Maritime Museum reopens after burglary damage. Kent Online. 5 August.
BBC News (2015). Vandalised ancient boundary stone in Inverness is restored. BBC News. 4 August.
Bolivia needs an aggressive campaign to protect heritage
Claudia Gonzales Yaksic (2015). Bolivia necesita una campaña agresiva de defensa patrimonial. Los Tiempos. 4 August.
TCT Magazine (2015). Monuments Woman. TCT Magazine. 4 August.
Masha Lipman (2015). A Museum Survives in Crimea. The New Yorker. 3 August.
Plundered and ruined temples
Miguel Salazar (2015). Templos en ruinas y saqueados. Diario Xalapa. 3 August.
Jason Burke (2015). India struggles to halt multimillion dollar trade in stolen artworks. The Guardian. 3 August.
Nick Morrison (2015). Letter box larceny: curious crimes bedevil Great Britain. The China Post. 3 August.
Associated Press (2015). Putin puts Crimean archaeological site under federal control. Daily Herald. 1 August.
Patrick Sisson (2015). How are Austerity Measures Harming Architectural and Archeological Preservation in Greece?. Curbed. 31 July.
Khouth Sophak Chakrya (2015). Statues built on ancient bricks. The Phnom Penh Post. 30 July.
Press Trust of India (2015). Committee constituted for framing security policy of museums. Business Standard. 27 July.
Sarthak Mani (2015). Protecting the ruins. Nepali Times. 24 July.
Heather Wardle (2015). Karmapa, Pema Chödrön endorse Buddhist art "caretaking" project. Lion's Roar. 21 July.
Helena Cavendish de Moura (2015). Bringing life to Peru's ancient mummies. CNN. 17 July.
Himalayan News Service (2015). 'Criminology tools can curb illicit trade in artefacts'. The Himalayan Times. 16 July.
Sarah Hudson (2015). Theft won't destroy Napoleon's connection to Mt Martha homestead. The Weekly Times. 8 July.
Niranjan Kaggere (2015). Direct CCTV darshan to prevent theft in temples. Bangalore Mirror. 7 July.
Demands to save the archaeological sites of Tlaltizapán
Evaristo Torres (2015). Demandan rescate de vestigios arqueológicos de Tlaltizapán. La Unión de Morelos. 7 July.
TNN (2015). Robbery attempt at Jain temple foiled. The Times of India. 5 July.
All Africa (2015). Chinese Art Professor Devoted to Ancient African Artifact Protection. All Africa. 2 July.
No theft of sacred art in San Luis: INAH
Eduardo L. Marceleño (2015). No hay robo de arte sacro en San Luis: INAH. Plano Informativo. 2 July.
Henry Grabar (2015). The Fine Art of Forgery. The Atlantic. 29 June.
Oliver Wheaton (2015). Museum searching for 'devastated' boy who accidentally smashed ancient jug. Metro. 29 June.
AFP (2015). Almost a third of China's Great Wall has disappeared. The Guardian. 29 June.
Security camera systems not functioning in the temples of Cholula
Arturo Manzano (2015). Sin funcionar el sistema de videovigilancia en templos de Cholula. Municipios. 28 June.
14 tombs of the Moche, Chimu, and Lambayeque cultures found
Andina (2015). Hallan 14 tumbas pertenecientes a culturas Mochica, Chimú y Lambayeque. Andina. 27 June.
Niranjan Kaggere (2015). Gods safe as govt ups security at temples. Bangalore Mirror. 24 June.
Frank Viviano (2015). Italy's Artifacts Police Wage Global War, Recover 137,000 Objects. National Geographic. 19 June.
Armando Castillo (2015). Sufre Tamaulipas saqueo arqueológico. La Verdad de Tamaulipas. 15 June.
Defining factors that have an effect on archaeological sites in Escuinapa.
Sugey Estrada (2015). Definen factores que afectan a zona arqueológica. Noreste.com. 13 June.
Michaela Boland (2015). Illegal antiquities trade grows as NGA door guardians remain on display. The Australian. 13 June.
Living in the Past: Landowners often loot or destroy archaeological sites. Is this new subdivision a solution?( )
Nick Romeo (2015). Living in the Past: Landowners often loot or destroy archaeological sites. Is this new subdivision a solution?. Slate. 12 June.
Gayatri Jayaraman (2015). Idol Pursuit: Intrepid bloggers try to retrieve stolen sacred art from around the world. India Today. 12 June.
Elise Knutson (2015). Lebanon safeguards region's cultural heritage. The Daily Star. 12 June.
Sarah Laskow (2015). Libraries And Cities Are Terrible At Keeping Track of Art. Atlas Obscura. 11 June.
East Anglian Daily Times (2015). Heritage Watch scheme launched at Hedingham Castle. East Anglian Daily Times. 10 June.
Yvonne Abraham (2015). A rush to judge at the Boston Public Library. The Boston Globe. 6 June.
Nevine El-Aref (2015). Late period bronze artefacts are in GEM storage, not missing: Ministry. Ahram Online. 6 June.
Dipender Manta (2015). Kullu temples remain vulnerable to thefts. Hindustan Times. 4 June.
Cheryl Eddy (2015). Shoddy Inventory System Enables Theft Of $3 Million Worth Of Chihuly Art. io9. 4 June.
James Reinl (2015). UN unable to stop IS relic-smuggling from Iraq and Syria. Middle East Eye. 4 June.
Simon (2015). For preventing theft Japan temple worships 3D printed Buddha. EDers. 4 June.
Matt Stout (2015). BPL got security advice from cops, MFA in 2012. Boston Herald. 30 May.
Jonathan Gornall (2015). Mystery men hunt cultural past stolen by ISIL. The National. 28 May.
Erin Edgemon (2015). Nathan Bedford Forrest bust back in Alabama cemetery. AL.com. 26 May.
Jonathan Foyle (2015). Is it time to rethink our ideas about preserving world heritage?. Financial Times. 22 May.
Neuquén is the province that is leading the fight against archaeological and paleontological trafficking
Neuquen al Instante (2015). Neuquén es la provincia que más lucha contra el tráfico arqueológico y paleontológico. Neuquen al Instante. 20 May.
Nevine El-Aref (2015). Apis Bull of Hadrian is safe and sound: antiquities ministry. Ahram Online. 20 May.
Nevine El-Aref (2015). Egypt antiquities ministry responds to accusations of Alexandria excavation site 'destruction'. Ahram Online. 19 May.
Ruth Schuster (2015). Boy digs up 1,400-year old wine press in Jerusalem. Haaretz. 18 May.
Ömer Erbil (2015). Mosaics in Turkey's south were not 'botched,' says restorer. Hurriyet Daily News. 14 May.
Priceless Raphael painting damaged by humidity as Italian museum fails to repair broken air-conditioning system( )
Nick Squires (2015). Priceless Raphael painting damaged by humidity as Italian museum fails to repair broken air-conditioning system. The Telegraph. 14 May.
40 cameras, guards, and special measures taken to protect La Negrita
Entorno Inteligente (2015). 40 cámaras, oficiales y vidrio especial protegen a La Negrita. Entorno Inteligente. 13 May.
Duncan Hewitt (2015). Beijing's Old Summer Palace Replica Controversially Built As History Lesson For Young Generation. International Business Times. 11 May.
IANS (2015). Ancient jewel-studded vest missing after Nepal quake. One India. 9 May.
India Stoughton (2015). Lebanon wages war on antiquities smuggling. The Daily Star. 8 May.
Faced with insecurity, church prepares a catalogue of relics
Yasmin Mariche (2015). Ante inseguridad, iglesia alista catálogo de reliquias. Imagen del Golfo. 6 May.
Faced with insecurity, church relics are being catalogued
Yasmin Mariche (2015). Ante inseguridad, iglesia alista catálogo de reliquias. Imagen del Golfo. 6 May.
AFP (2015). A Nepal temple will receive devotees today amid fears of looting. Deccan Chronicle. 4 May.
Vishakha N. Desai (2015). India's deafening silence on stolen art. The Hindu. 10 April.
Michael Kimmelman (2015). A Struggle to Secure Iraq's Shared Past, and Perhaps Its Future. The New York Times. 9 April.
Maryna Lamprecht (2015). Don't break the law in statue battle - Mthethwa. News 24. 8 April.
Sammy McNeil (2015). At Jordan site, drone offers glimpse of antiquities looting. Houston Chronicle. 3 April.
Hugh Eakin (2015). Use Force to Stop ISIS' Destruction of Art and History. The New York Times. 3 April.
500 archaeoloogical sites monitored in Lambayeque
RPP (2015). Medio millar de sitios arqueológicos lambayecanos vigilados. RPP. 3 April.
Churches surveilled after sacred art thefts
Christian Jiménez (2015). Vigilan templos por robos sacros. Noticias Net. 2 April.
AFP (2015). UN vows to step up Iraq heritage protection. Yahoo News. 28 March.
Philip Sherwell (2015). Honduras sends soldiers to protect 'lost city' from drug cartels. The Telegraph. 20 March.
Rosie Scammell (2015). Saving Italy's cultural heritage by modern means. The Guardian. 19 March.
Kong Rithdee (2015). Mongkut, reinterpreted. Bangkok Post. 18 March.
Lincolnshire Echo (2015). Wickenby Museum removes Icarus figure from war memorial for fear of theft. Lincolnshire Echo. 18 March.
Cyprus Mail (2015). New body to combat looting and trafficking of antiquities. Cyprus Mail. 3 March.
Web India 123 (2015). Committee set up to review security in museums: Minister. Web India 123. 2 March.
Radio Zamaneh (2015). Iran Offers Safe Haven For Iraq's Endangered Artifacts. Eurasia Review. 1 March.
Press Trust of India (2015). Govt will ensure protection of artefacts in museums: SC. Z News. 3 February.
Nada Deyaa (2015). New mummies discovered floating in sewage in Upper Egypt. Daily News Egypt. 3 February.
Martin Bailey (2015). UK creates £30m fund to fight cultural destruction. The Art Newspaper. 4 January.
The Montana Standard (2015). Montana officials want dollar value on dinosaur fossils. The Montana Standard. 4 January.
Lyn Julius (2014). UN Attempt to Save Jewish Sites from ISIS -Too Little Too Late?. Arutz Sheva. 7 December.
Frances Kai-Hwa Wang (2014). Hawaiian Palace Launches Worldwide Search for Lost Artifacts. NBC. 4 December.
UN News Agency (2014). UNESCO chief calls for 'protected cultural zones' in war-torn Iraq, Syria. UN News Agency. 4 December.
Andrea Vogt (2014). Catholic church to clamp down on religious art theft. The Telegraph. 28 November.
An archaeologist against treasure hunters
Tereixa Constenla (2014). Una arqueóloga contra los cazatesoros. El País. 27 November.
James Ihaka (2014). Theft charge over One Tree Hill pine's remains. The New Zealand Herald. 26 November.
Parish commissions a copy of paintings stolen in 1987, Spain
Álvaro Pinela (2014). La parroquia realiza una copia artística de las cuatro tablas robadas en 1987. El Adelantado. 24 November.
Syria Online (2014). Abdelkarim: Contents of Syrian museums are in good condition. Syria Online. 24 November.
BBC News (2014). In pictures: Protecting Peru's ancient burial grounds. BBC News. 4 November.
B. Sivakumar (2014). A brittle plan to protect broken idols?. The Times of India. 3 September.
Andrew Curry (2014). Archaeologists Train "Monuments Men" to Save Syria's Past. National Geographic. 3 September.
Helen Flores (2014). Raider of the lost art: Afghan saves nat'l treasures. PhilStar. 1 September.
Phys.org (2014). Experts seek to save Haiti's archaeological sites. Phys.org. 31 August.
Tom Edwards (2014). Are county's historic archives for sale? Council denies speculation. Worcester News. 8 August.
Kartin Elger (2014). The Quest to Save Syria's History. Spiegel Online. 4 August.
Martin Kidston (2014). UM student, Marine works to protect antiquities from wartime looting. Missoulian. 13 July.
Sadia Qasim Shah (2014). In search of the lost antiquities. Dawn. 8 July.
Lee Romney (2014). Volunteers work to protect California historic site from looters. Los Angeles Times. 6 July.
Tom Mashberg (2014). Taking on Art Looters on Twitter. The New York Times. 9 April.
Express News Service (2014). Profiling of Idols to Ward Off Smuggling Yet to Begin in State. The New Indian Express. 7 April.
Egypt State Information Service (2014). Egypt: Antiquities Minister, U.S. Official Discuss Efforts to Protect Egypt's Heritage. All Africa. 3 April.
Tom Mashberg (2014). TV Series Is Criticized in Handling of Deceased. The New York Times. 28 March.
Stephanie Dalley (2014). Institutions should moderate their rule on looted objects. The National. 25 March.
Egypt State Information Service (2014). Egypt Asks U.S. to Impose Sharp Curbs on Importing of Antiquities. The New York Times. 14 March.
Alissa J. Rubin (2014). Among the Wounded in Syria's War: Ancient History. The New York Times. 7 March.
Las Cruches Sun-News (2014). Treasures deserve protection as monument. Las Cruces Sun-News. 4 March.
Karla Zabludovsky (2013). Fighting Back as Mexican Churches Are Looted. The New York Times. 15 January.
Kunda Dixit (2010). Patan's crown jewel: Sundari Chok gets a facelift after 360 years. Nepali Times. 27 August.