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    The United States looted millions of documents related to the captured regime and called the terrori

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    [rtl] Revealed that the site of the English island, that the United States in Iraq, looted millions of documents relating to the system of the buried and the terrorist and the transfer of the presence of troops in Iraq.[/rtl]


    [rtl]The report, which was followed by "Trend Press", that "the looting of the United States, which touched the treasures and archaeological documents and extended for several decades in Iraq and there are no plans to return those materials to its original location or delivery to the Iraqi government."[/rtl]


    [rtl]"In a recent New York Times article, she boasted of having taken over thousands of documents related to Da'ash and looted by her journalists in the liberated areas of Iraq, and was surprised that the paper that participated in justifying the invasion of Iraq did not consider what it was doing immoral, "He said.[/rtl]


    [rtl]"The US military had previously helped steal the three million-page Baath Party archive through the so-called Iraqi Memory Foundation, a front of a Washington-based organization that exists only in the fortified Green Zone."[/rtl]


    [rtl]"The US military helped the president of the organization, Kanaan Makiya, to transfer the archive to America in 2005, despite appeals by Saad Iskandar, director general of the National Library and Archives of Iraq."[/rtl]


    [rtl]"The latest episode of looting comes from an article in the New York Times on April 4, in which Rachmini Kalimachi, a reporter for the newspaper covering military operations against Da'sh, published the article describing how Kalimachi and her team took thousands of supporting documents, Left after she was driven out of the area where reporters for the New York Times searched offices and collected thousands of files left by terrorists with the collapse of the so-called succession. According to the article, Kalimachi wrote that Iraqi security forces accompanied the newspaper team along the way after giving permission to take documents" .[/rtl]


    [rtl]The report pointed out that there is no "oral or written record, or any official statement from the Iraqi army or the Ministry of Defense to give permission to transfer these documents out of Iraq."[/rtl]

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