The fate of innumerable sacred lives, buildings, and artifacts destroyed mainly by Ethiopian and invading Eritrean troops are still being willfully ignored by Western governments and international organizations.
Israel took responsibility for the strike on the Greek Orthodox Church of Saint Porphyrius, where hundreds were taking shelter.
Cultural heritage in the occupied Palestinian territory is caught in the crossfire as the death toll continues to climb.
Thousands have died in the disaster, which swept through entire neighborhoods including churches, mosques, and residential buildings.
Several mosques and the historic center of Marrakesh sustained damage during the earthquake, which has killed over 2,000 people.
Alys Tomlinson traveled between Sardinia, Sicily, and the islands of the Venetian lagoon to document traditional community festivals.
After decades of inaction, the Colombian government is demanding the repatriation of the ancient sculptures, currently held at a Berlin museum.
The 7.8-magnitude quake has killed at least 2,600 people and destroyed a 2nd-century castle, among other landmarks.
Stephanie Allison Jolluck was apprehended by authorities days after a close call with airport security, who found two 1,000-year-old artifacts in her luggage.
MoMA’s Glenn Lowry, the Brooklyn Museum’s Anne Pasternak, and 90 others signed a statement condemning recent actions targeting protected artworks.
The White River Narrows rock art is considered sacred by Native American peoples in the region.
Walls over 4,500-year-old collapsed, tombs were lost, and a Buddhist temple was damaged in the flood-stricken Sindh province.