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How Turkey's stolen relics ended up in the British Museum and the Louvre?

Turkey is home to many ancient civilisations which have left behind thousands of artifacts. But a large number of these relics have gone missing - stolen by bounty hunters and smuggled out of the country. Some have been found behind glass cabinets in Western museums. Aadel Haleem reports.

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