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Art World Works to Recover Looted Iraqi Antiquities

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Art World Works to Recover Looted Iraqi Antiquities

Art World Works to Recover Looted Iraqi Antiquities

Art World Works to Recover Looted Iraqi Antiquities

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Art experts join forces to begin tracking the estimated 170,000 objects looted from Baghdad's national archaeology museum. Antiquities dealers pledge to help recover stolen items by refusing to sell them, and some collectors say they will not buy. David D'Arcy reports.

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