World - 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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