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Easter Island Asks For Famous Statue Back From British Museum

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Easter Island Asks For Famous Statue Back From British Museum

Easter Island Asks For Famous Statue Back From British Museum

The people of Easter Island are asking for their famous statue back from the British Museum after 150 years.

This video, "Easter Island Asks For Famous Statue Back From British Museum", first appeared on nowthisnews.com.

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