Iraqi Museum Reopens

Iraq's National Museum closed in 2003 after about 15,000 artifacts were stolen. Six years later, the museum again opens its doors. Angela Schuster, co-editor of The Looting of the Iraq Museum, Baghdad, talks about the reopening with Madeleine Brand.

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