ISIS-destroyed artifacts get new life with 3D reconstruction
Clip: Season 2015 | 3m 30s
To date, Islamic State militants have damaged 200 historic sites in the Middle East, according to the United Nations, and destroyed hundreds of artifacts. Now a pair of cyber-archaeologists are trying to put these ruined ancient works back together. NewsHour’s Ivette Feliciano reports.
Aired: 08/21/15 |
Why it took 36 years to compensate Iran hostage victims
Clip: S2015 | 6m 52s
What can the U.S., Afghanistan do to counter Taliban gains?
Clip: S2015 | 8m 50s
Students face high stakes in post-communist Romania
Clip: S2015 | 8m 5s
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