Anger over Iraq failure to preserve historical sites

City of Samara has some of Iraq’s most significant archaeological landmarks, but residents say they are being neglected.

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    The Iraqi city of Samara has some of the country's most significant archaeological discoveries.

    UNESCO says it should be protected as a World Heritage Site, but those living there say some landmarks are being left to crumble.

     

    Al Jazeera's Rob Matheson reports.


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