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[casi] Re: [casi][colloquia] Irak eltűnt kulturá lis öröksége (fwd)

The way I have heard this reported (on NPR) made it sound like they were
recovered from the countryside or other nations.

I hope they reall have been found. This whole war has been so nutty it's
like it was put together by a bad novelist.

>   Nearly all of the Iraqi antiquities feared stolen or >broken by
looters have been found inside the National >Museum in Baghdad,

>From CNN quicknews:


U.S. Customs agents, working with military and museum experts at the
National Museum in Baghdad, have recovered nearly 40,000 manuscripts and
about 700 artifacts, government officials announced in Washington
Wednesday, leaving perhaps only a few dozen key pieces missing.


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