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Where Did The World Trade Center Shipwreck Come From?

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July 31, 2014
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Scientists say a ship remnant discovered underneath Ground Zero dates back to the 18th century. Why it sank is still uncertain. Video provided by Newsy


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US Returns Looted Artifacts to Thailand

US Returns Looted Artifacts to Thailand

AFP (Nov. 19, 2014) — The United States has returns over 500 vases, bowls, axes, and other ancient artifacts mostly from the Ban Chiang archaeological site which were illegally looted from Thailand decades ago. Duration: 01:13 Video provided by AFP
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Canadian Shipwreck ID'd As Sir Franklin's Long-Lost Erebus

Canadian Shipwreck ID'd As Sir Franklin's Long-Lost Erebus

Newsy (Oct. 2, 2014) — One of the world's great shipwreck mysteries is solved. One of Sir John Franklin's two ships stuck in the ice in Canada is now ID'd as the HMS Erebus. Video provided by Newsy
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100-Year-Old Shipwreck Uncovered in Lake Superior

100-Year-Old Shipwreck Uncovered in Lake Superior

Newsy (June 10, 2013) — Shipwreck hunters discovered the vessel 500 feet off the coast of Marquette, Michigan.
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$210M Worth of Silver Recovered From Shipwreck

$210M Worth of Silver Recovered From Shipwreck

Newsy (July 23, 2013) — American treasure hunters found nearly 2,800 silver bars on the shipwreck Gairsoppa off the Irish coast.
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