NIMRUD, IRAQ - NOVEMBER 16: Wreckage of the historical works, destroyed by Daesh terror organization, is seen in Nimrud in Mosul's southeast, which was taken back by the Iraqi army three days ago, on November 16, 2016. It has emerged that the Daesh terror organization has wreaked destruction on the ancient city of Nimrud in Iraq, not leaving a single historical work remaining. The ancient city by the river Tigris was seen to have been completely destroyed. The ancient city, which contained the tombs of many Assyrian kings and winged lion figures, is now ruined after Daesh occupation. It is no longer even possible to see a single remaining statue in the city, whose history has been erased. (Photo by Idris Okuducu/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)