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Guards secure Egypt's ancient treasures again

Egypt's top archaeologist says security has been tightened around the country's antiquities trove, the target of looters during mass protests.Full story

Mummified puppies by the millions revealed

The excavation of a labyrinth of tunnels beneath the Egyptian desert has revealed the remains of millions of animals, mostly dogs and jackals. Many appear to have been only hours or days old when they were killed and mummified. Full story

Vandals loot unguarded Egyptian antiquities

Concerned archaeologists called Thursday on Egypt’s Prime Minister Essam Sharaf to return police to archaeological sites. The move is required to put an end to illegal excavations and wild looting of storehouses and tombs. Full story

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A file picture taken on February 7, 2011 shows the bust of the Ancient Egyptian Queen Nefertiti in Berlin's "Neues Museum" . Egypt will make a formal request to Germany for the return of the 3,400 year-old bust of fabled Queen Nefertiti, the state minister for antiquities said on May 3, 2011 but Ge