Artifacts Stolen From Lebanon Museum
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
JBEIL, LEBANON—Thirty artifacts were stolen from the archaeology museum in the town of Jbeil. The thieves broke into the museum during the night and carried off the small objects. Culture Minister Gaby Layoun has been joined by local officials to inspect the scene. Police officers are investigating the crime.
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