Turning Iraq history to rubble, leaving the mess to looters

Iraqi archaeologist Layla Salih examines the remains of a statue of a lamassu, a mythical winged bull, destroyed by Islamic State group militants in the ancient site of Nimrud, Iraq, in this Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016 photo. Salih is perhaps the only vigilant guardian left for the ruins: Since the militants were driven out more than a month ago, she has visited multiple times, trying to prevent looting of the wreckage. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo)

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