Two decades ago, the Taliban group wiped out the Buddhas of Bāmiyān, marking a return to the destruction of the collection as a weapon of war. Hence, its recent Emirate has activated the alarms for cultural heritage, increasingly in danger. Non-state actors are those who today unite historical damage with terrorism and illicit trafficking, while the climate and protection set the current challenges. They are developed by Valéry Freland (from the ALIPH foundation) and Francisco Gracia Alonso (Univ. De Barcelona). .
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