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Rebel forces are looting government buildings and the military is nowhere to be seenThe robbers got by the alarm system, and then set about filling their bags with loot.

Rebel forces are looting government buildings and the military is nowhere to be seen.

It took the city over a week to restore order after the looting that followed the earthquake.

After an evening of trick-or-treating, the children sat down in the living room to look at their loot.

The historical site has been seriously damaged by looters, who have made off with anything of value.

In 1759, while searching for Spanish loot and a northwest passage to the Far East, Francis Drake took possession of the area now known as Oregon on behalf of Queen Elizabeth I.

Julius Caesar grew rich partly from looting the area then known as Gaul.

Three of the bank robbers were killed by the fourth during an argument over how they would split up their loot.

The bank robbers were caught by police with all the loot.

After the earthquake, soldiers patrolled the evacuated areas to prevent any looting of the empty houses.

During the electricity blackout, the store windows were smashed and hundreds of dollars worth of electronics equipment was looted.

The train carrying food supplies was looted by armed gangs.

Most of the stolen loot is sold by the rebels for cash or exchanged for weapons.

The robbers carried their loot out of the bank in large sports bags.

The Vikings looted the villages and raped the women before setting all the houses on fire.

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