Archaeologists Seek Help in Recovering Stolen Iraqi Artifacts

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Archaeologists in Baghdad appeal to museums around the world to help retrieve items stolen from the city's National Museum of Antiquities and restore artifacts broken during the chaos of the war. Meanwhile, U.S. military commanders defend their handling of the looting. Hear NPR's Eric Westervelt, John Malcolm Russell of the Massachusetts College of Art and Neil Brodie of The Illicit Antiquities Research Centre.

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