Pharaoh’s curse

Following a five thousand year old tradition, modern looters broke into the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, looking for the Gold of the Pharaohs. Citizens, some armed with sticks, detained the would-be grave robbers who ripped the heads off two mummies, damaged some small artifacts, and reinforced the arguments of European and American museums who want to hang onto cultural artifacts "acquired" in earlier times "for safekeeping."

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