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This photograph taken on November 16, 2019 shows a view of the site where two statues of Buddha stood before being destroyed by the Taliban in Bamiyan. - After bearing the brunt of jihadist dynamite and looting by thieves, the archaeological treasures of Afghanistans Bamiyan province are facing a new and possibly more daunting threat: climate change. (Photo by Mohammad ALI SHAIDA / AFP) / TO GO WITH Afghanistan-archaeology-heritage-climate by Pierre CELERIER (Photo by MOHAMMAD ALI SHAIDA/AFP via Getty Images)
This photograph taken on November 16, 2019 shows a view of the site where two statues of Buddha stood before being destroyed by the Taliban in Bamiyan. - After bearing the brunt of jihadist dynamite and looting by thieves, the archaeological treasures of Afghanistans Bamiyan province are facing a new and possibly more daunting threat: climate change. (Photo by Mohammad ALI SHAIDA / AFP) / TO GO WITH Afghanistan-archaeology-heritage-climate by Pierre CELERIER (Photo by MOHAMMAD ALI SHAIDA/AFP via Getty Images)
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