Iraqi philologist Ahmed Kamel cleans and

BAGHDAD, IRAQ: Iraqi philologist Ahmed Kamel cleans and deciphers writing on ancient Babylonian tablets collected in pre-war excavations at Iraq's national museum in Baghdad 13 March 2004. Nearly a year after the war, experts at the Iraq Museum still remember the horror when looters plundered more than 14,000 objects as they struggle to rebuild its facilities and a world class collection. Earlier this month Japan and France announced that they have agreed to support the reconstruction of the country's only archaeological museum, the Iraq National Library and the Iraq National Archives, which were badly damaged and looted during the war nearly one year ago. AFP PHOTO/Cris BOURONCLE (Photo credit should read CRIS BOURONCLE/AFP via Getty Images)
BAGHDAD, IRAQ: Iraqi philologist Ahmed Kamel cleans and deciphers writing on ancient Babylonian tablets collected in pre-war excavations at Iraq's national museum in Baghdad 13 March 2004. Nearly a year after the war, experts at the Iraq Museum still remember the horror when looters plundered more than 14,000 objects as they struggle to rebuild its facilities and a world class collection. Earlier this month Japan and France announced that they have agreed to support the reconstruction of the country's only archaeological museum, the Iraq National Library and the Iraq National Archives, which were badly damaged and looted during the war nearly one year ago. AFP PHOTO/Cris BOURONCLE (Photo credit should read CRIS BOURONCLE/AFP via Getty Images)
Iraqi philologist Ahmed Kamel cleans and
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