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ISIS has sealed off the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria. The city contains precious artifacts, thousands of years old, that are worth millions of dollars. Clarissa Ward reports on how the terror group may seek to profit from its new victory.
Gunbattle between police and criminal suspects happened in area dominated by Jalisco New Generation drug cartel
Smuggling of city's ancient artifacts could yield group millions of dollars
Two of China's richest people lost billions of dollars as their stocks plunged on the Hang Seng Index. CBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane joins CBSN with the details.
Putin spokesman says Russia "is taking all necessary measures" to free men from captivity
Daily Mail reporter posed as teen girl wishing to travel with 16-year-old whose older sister is allegedly a recruiter for ISIS
Family of seven brought back in time to March 15, 1939 - the day Hitler's troops took over the country
Employees want permanent police presence as Paris landmark faces "organized group" of thieves
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8 years ago, Anis Abid Sardar helped build IEDs that littered roads west of Baghdad, one of which killed Sgt. Randy Johnson