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Iraq Museum Still Feels Loss of 2003 Looting

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Iraq Museum Still Feels Loss of 2003 Looting

Iraq Museum Still Feels Loss of 2003 Looting

Iraq Museum Still Feels Loss of 2003 Looting

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Not long after the war on Iraq started, the National Museum of Iraq was looted. More than 15,000 artifacts disappeared. Dr. Donny George, a former director of the museum, tells Jacki Lyden that nearly half the items taken have been retrieved, but many have not come back to the museum.