Irak-Krieg Geplündertes Nationalmuseum

Irak-Krieg Geplündertes Nationalmuseum

An Iraqi man displays a broken ancient statue in the Iraqi National Museum in Baghdad, Iraq’s capital, on Saturday, 12 April 2003. Iraqi National Museum was partially looted by citizens during the last two days. Iraqis have expressed increasing frustration over lawlessness in the capital city, which continued for a fourth straight day Saturday since the arrival of U.S. troops and the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime. Foto: SRDJAN SUKI dpa (Zu dpa 0195)

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