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January 14, 2009
An image of Egyptian queen Nefertiti is carved on a rifle butt from destroyed weapons by the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded...
Baghdad, Iraq
An image of Egyptian queen Nefertiti is carved on a rifle butt in Baghdad
An image of Egyptian queen Nefertiti is carved on a rifle butt from destroyed weapons by the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation in Baghdad January 14, 2009. A dragonfly fashioned from a machine gun barrel, a rifle butt carved into the portrait an ancient Egyptian queen and a spent mortar round ashtray are just a few of the works Iraqi artists are making from weapons of war. Each day, the Iraqi Mines and Unexploded Ordnance Clearance Organisation (IMCO) destroys some 800 weapons, including AK-47 rifles, old school British Bren guns, mortar rounds and belt-fed machine guns collected by the U.S. forces during raids. REUTERS/May Naji (IRAQ)
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