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After Years of War and Abuse, New Hope for Ancient Babylon -- Water damage from irrigation canals threatens ruins of ancient Babylon, and a team is being assembled to combat the long-standing problem. “This is without doubt the most complex program we’ve ever had to organize.”

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How about the toxic chemicals and fuel leaks from the Air Base the US built on top of the ruins of Babylon, to appease their Israeli Masters? Didn't that give them revenge enough?

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I'm sure you have a good point.

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