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NEW Episode with UNESCO DG Irina Bokova in "Culture Under Threat" video series! 
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The Antiquities Coalition unites a diverse group of experts in the global fight against cultural racketeering: the looting and trafficking of antiquities by organized criminals and terrorist organizations. 

Terrorism and Profiteering

#CultureUnderThreat: UNESCO Director-General's Opening Address at the Cairo Conference 

The Antiquities Coalition has released the latest edition of its Culture Under Threat: Terrorism and Profiteering video series. This episode provides highlights from Director-General of UNESCO Irina Bokova's opening speech at the Cairo Conference held in Egypt from May 13-14, 2015. Please visit the #CultureUnderThreat Playlist on our YouTube channel to hear more from top international experts on cultural racketeering and terrorist financing.  

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Colonel Matthew Bogdanos, an Assistant District Attorney in Manhattan, discusses the lessons he's learned as one of the country's top prosecutors fighting the illicit antiquities trade. 

Malcolm Nance, Executive Director of the Terror Asymmetrics Research Project (TAPSTRI), explores how terror networks finance violence through cultural racketeering.

Iraq’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, Adel Fahad Shershab, reminds the world that old-school legal steps will not stop armed groups like ISIS from controlling land, oil and antiquities.
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