Ancient statues looted in Lebanese war returned decades later

BEIRUT (Reuters) - A marble bull’s head made 2,400 years ago for a Phoenician temple and looted during Lebanon’s civil war arrived in Beirut on Friday after American officials found it in the United States and sent it home. The object - along with two partial statues that the United States is also returning - will be displayed in the National Museum in Beirut early next month, Lebanon’s Culture Ministry said in a statement. They were stolen from a storehouse in Byblos in 1981 at the height of...