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Afghanistan's Hidden Trove Of Buddhist Artifacts Threatened By Violence, Mining Contracts

By Antonia Blumberg, The Huffington Post, June 24, 2014

Mes Aynak, Afghanistan -- The Buddhist treasure troves of Mes Aynak in Afghansitan have had their fair share of disturbances over the years.

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Under the sands of time: Ancient Buddhist mound discovered in Sector E-11

By Riazul Haq, The Tribune (Pakistan), June 16, 2014

Islamabad, Pakistan -- A group of researchers have discovered an ancient mound in Sector E-11 where they found a bovine terracotta pottery fragment that could date back to the Bronze Age.

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Archaeologists unearth Buddhist artefacts in Kilinochchi

Daily Mirror, 4 June 2014

Kilinochchi, Sri Lanka -- Archaeologists have unearthed several Buddhist artefacts including slates, ancient bricks and Sri Pada symbols in excavations carried out in Kilinochchi, Sivanagar and Uriththirapuram, the army said.

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India: Buddhist sites' poor upkeep irks Intach

TNN, Mar 15, 2014

VISAKHAPATNAM, India -- Members of Intach in the city have locked horns with the state archaeology department over poor maintenance of internationally renowned Buddhist sites at Thotlakonda and Bavikonda on the Vizag-Bhimilli route.

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Ancient Buddhist temple found

The Daily Star, March 5, 2014

Munshiganj, Bangladesh -- Archaeologists have recently unearthed an ancient Buddhist temple that is believed to be a thousand years old at Nateshwar in Tongibari upazila of Munshiganj.

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