Archeologists in Iraq are working to restore a site once vandalized by terrorists from ISIS. Hatra, near Baghdad, once flourished and was a major trading crossroads between Roman and Persian empires. Then Islamic State group later took it over. They damaged statues and sculptures, and even used areas as workshops where car bombs and suicide belts were prepped. In 2017, Hatra was liberated from ISIS. Now, these archaeologists are helping the beauty return. Inside Edition Digital has more.