The Ghost of Iraq's Lost Heritage Comes to Trafalgar Square as Michael Rakowitz Unveils His Fourth Plinth Sculpture( )
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Hobby Lobby emboldens a black market that robs countries of their heritage — and lets the violent profit( )
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'Harder slap than usual': Punishment for importing stolen artifacts isn't severe enough, experts say( )
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These Sifrei Torah made it through hard times in Poland, Iraq, Portugal, Russia and elsewhere, before being reborn in new communities.( )
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ICOM Emergency List: Fight against the illicit trafficking of cultural goods from Iraq strengthened.
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Consecration inscription form Babylon will return to Iraq
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The lucrative business of illegal culture
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Iraq recovers 663 artefacts smuggled to three countries
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