Archaeologists Say Iraq Antiquities Still Unprotected After much of Iraq's antiquities were looted following the U.S.-led invasion in the spring of 2003, not much has changed. Archeological sites and museums are still largely unprotected. That's the word from the American Institute of Archaeology that just concluded its annual convention in Boston. David Darcy reports.

Archaeologists Say Iraq Antiquities Still Unprotected

Archaeologists Say Iraq Antiquities Still Unprotected

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After much of Iraq's antiquities were looted following the U.S.-led invasion in the spring of 2003, not much has changed. Archeological sites and museums are still largely unprotected. That's the word from the American Institute of Archaeology that just concluded its annual convention in Boston. David Darcy reports.

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