Last week, a group of ISIS fighters destroyed ancient statues and artifacts in the museum of Mosul. Iraqi government responded on Sunday by re-opening the Baghdad Museum, giving people in Baghdad their first glimpse of national treasures in more than a decade.
In an attempt to return a sense of normalcy to Egypt, the ruling military council has called for an end to labor strikes. Tamer El-Ghobashy, reporter for The Wall Street Journal has the latest from Cairo.
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