A bronze statue statue showing the head and shoulders of a donkey dressed in a suit, collared shirt and tie, representing the Donkeys' Party in Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan region, is seen with damage to it's nose on April 24, 2012, in the city of Sulaimaniyah, some 13 days after it was unvieled on April 11. At 1.8 metres (five feet) high and 1.1 metres (three feet) wide, it took famous Kurdish sculptor Zerak Mira seven months to create and cost $4,000 (3,050 euros). AFP PHOTO/SHWAN MOHAMMED (Photo credit should read SHWAN MOHAMMED/AFP/Getty Images)
24 Jan 2012
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