Kuwaitis mourn the missing in Iraq





After Iraqi troops occupied Kuwait in August 1990, hundreds of Kuwaitis and nationals of other countries went missing.

The Kuwaitis have built a museum in memory of those who were killed. Around the walls are the portraits of all those who went missing.

That is a sentiment echoed by the United Nations. Last month, the UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, expressed concern that despite some progress the remains of 369 Kuwaiti and third country nationals had not yet been identified.






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