IRAQ WAR - BASRA LOOTING (ALI BABA)

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IRAQ WAR - BASRA LOOTING (ALI BABA)
The British Royal Scots Dragoon Guards confront looters in the streets of Basra, in Southern Iraq. April 7th, 2003. Locals call the looters 'Ali Baba'. Reporter Michael Usher and Cameraman/Editor Justin B. O'Brien filed this story on the 'Scots Guards' and the Basra locals response to the Ali Baba's.
Video courtesy of Nine Network Australia.

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