ISIS pockets $200 million auctioning archeological treasures online
The Islamic State is pulling in almost $200 million dollars a year from the sale of stolen antiquities from Iraq, Syria and elsewhere in the Middle East. Nearly 4,500 archaeological sites in the region are located in IS held areas in Iraq and Syria, fighters hold sway, Russian Ambassador to the United Nations Vitaly Churkin said.…
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