Islamic State has reportedly destroyed another significant landmark in Syria's ancient city of Palmyra.
The temple of Baalshamin is nearly 2000 years old, and was apparently rigged with explosives and blown up.
Syria's antiquities chief is appealing for international help to save the historic city.
"I am not a politician, nor a military man," says Maamoun Abdulkarim. "But in my personal conviction and for the exceptional value of Palmyra, I call upon the international community and all those who are involved in the subject to fight against terrorism."
The destruction of the temple comes a week after the militants beheaded one of Syria's most prominent history scholars.