World - CBSNews.com 31 March 2018

Latest Trafalgar Square fourth plinth artwork recreates destroyed Iraqi sculpture

More than two decades ago, Britain's Royal Society of Art decided something needed to be done with a prominent but empty space in the middle of London's famed Trafalgar Square. The society chose to make it a showcase for works from a rotating group of artists. This year, an American artist came up with a tribute to the lost heritage of Iraq destroyed by ISIS. Roxana Saberi reports.

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Malala returns to hometown for 1st time since she was shot there

Yousafzai won international renown after she was shot by the Taliban in Mingora, Pakistan

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Site of Jesus' baptism to be cleared of landmines

One of the holiest sites in Christianity is a spot on the West Bank of the Jordan River. It's been inaccessible to people for more than 50 years because it's planted with landmines. Now, a joint effort is hoping to reopen the place where Jesus is believed to have been baptized. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

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