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A new video released by the Islamic State (ISIS), reveals how much damage the extremist group inflicted at Nimrud, an ancient archaeological site in Iraq. Nimrud, which dates back to 13th century BCE, was damaged by militants in early March, according to Iraqi officials. Posted to YouTube over the weekend, the footage shows ISIS members bulldozing the ancient Assyrian city. Throughout the seven-minute-long video, militants are seen smashing the facades of walls at the site, and using bulldozers and jack hammers to destroy reliefs.
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