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Keeping war Loot at Home

War loot, what every modern home needs? 'Ancient sculptures that were missing for decades after being stolen during Lebanon's civil war are prepared for display in Beirut thanks to a global fight against antiquities smuggling'.They were not missing at all, some collectors had them in their living rooms.
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