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B. 2015-04-04 Tikrit: looting and lawlessness follow recapture Tikrit, Iraq
C. 2008-12-23 Soldiers seize apparently stolen relics Basra
D. 2006-08-25 Base looted after British turn it to Iraqis Southern Iraq
2004-10-25 IAEA: Tons of Iraq explosives missing Iraq

Archbishops' remains stolen from cemetery Map of Nicosia Cyprus
Tikrit: looting and lawlessness follow recapture Map of Tikrit Iraq


year 2015 Top ^

Apr.4   Iraq
  Iraqi Shia militia, who helped recapture Tikrit from Islamic State (IS), are being pulled out of the city amid reports of violence and looting


year 2010 Top ^

Mar.21   Cyprus
  Grave robbers have stolen the remains of two archbishops, who led the island's Greek Orthodox church in the 19th and 20th centuries



year 2008 Top ^

Dec.23   Basra
  Iraqi soldiers have seized 228 stolen antiquities and arrested 7 members of a gang suspected of trafficking in such items


year 2006 Top ^

Aug.25   Southern Iraq Base looted after British turn it to Iraqis
  Hours after troops handed over a military base to Iraqi forces, hundreds of Iraqis, some with their faces covered, looted it


year 2004 Top ^

Oct.25   Iraq   IAEA: Tons of Iraq explosives missing
  Some 380 tons of explosives are missing from a former Iraqi military facility that was supposed to be under US control


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