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PBS NEWSHOUR

Ancient Manuscripts May Be Among Casualties of Mali Conflict

  • Aired: 01/29/2013
  • 09:38
  • Rating: E
The city of Timbuktu has suffered extensive damage at the hands of Islamic rebels, including destruction of ancient manuscripts and other artifacts. We get background from special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro, who traveled there 10 years ago, and Jeffrey Brown talks to Mary Jane Deeb of the Library of Congress.
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