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This May 24, 2012 photo, shows the face of a sculpture of the Buddha which was destroyed by Taliban fighters at Jahanabad, Pakistan in the Swat valley. When the militants detonated the face off the towering, 1,500-year-old rock carving in northwest Pakistan in fall 2007, it fell to an intrepid Italian archaeologist to come to the rescue. (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash)

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This May 24, 2012 photo, shows the face of a sculpture of the Buddha which was destroyed by Taliban fighters at Jahanabad, Pakistan in the Swat valley. When the militants detonated the face off the towering, 1,500-year-old rock carving in northwest Pakistan in fall 2007, it fell to an intrepid Italian archaeologist to come to the rescue. (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash)
This May 24, 2012 photo, shows the face of a sculpture of the Buddha which was destroyed by Taliban fighters at Jahanabad, Pakistan in the Swat valley. When the militants detonated the face off the towering, 1,500-year-old rock carving in northwest Pakistan in fall 2007, it fell to an intrepid Italian archaeologist to come to the rescue. (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash)
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