Ofer Aderet (2019). Were Your Family's Books Stolen by the Nazis? New Online Initiative Might Help You Find Them. Haaretz. 22 January.
Ofer Aderet (2019). The Books Stolen by the Nazis That Made It Back to the Jewish Victims' Heirs. Haaretz. 20 January.
Moshe Gilad (2019). The Race for the Next Dead Sea Scrolls, and Why We May Lose It. Haaretz. 16 January.
DPA (2019). German Owners of Painting Sought by Italy Say It's Not Nazi-looted Art. Haaretz. 15 January.
Nir Hasson (2018). The Mysterious Fate of an Ancient Apollo Statue Pulled From Gaza's Sea. Haaretz. 12 December.
Ariel David (2018). Dead Sea Scroll Fakes Abound, and Scholars Admit They Share the Blame. Haaretz. 28 October.
Maya Asheri (2018). 'Stolen Arab Art': Israeli Gallery Shows Artists' Works Against Their Will. Haaretz. 14 July.
Associated Press (2017). An Ancient Canaanite Treasure in Gaza Was Leveled to the Ground by Hamas. Haaretz. 6 October.
Avraham Roet (2017). The Netherlands Is Still Hoarding a Massive Collection of Art Looted From Jews by Nazis. Haaretz. 7 September.
Nir Hasson (2017). Jerusalem Drops Plan to Build Luxury Homes Atop Ancient Palestinian Village. Haaretz. 11 August.
Shaul Setter (2017). The Artist Didn't Steal From Auschwitz, but Rather, From Other Artists. Haaretz. 2 August.
Naama Riba (2017). Israeli College to Allow Auschwitz Exhibit After Assurances Artifacts Not Stolen. Haaretz. 19 July.
Yotam Berger (2017). How Jews and Arabs Collaborate on Antiquities Theft in the West Bank. Haaretz. 5 May.
Rafael Medoff (2017). The Nazis didn't just burn Jewish books - they stole millions, too. Haaretz. 20 April.
Nir Hasson (2017). Israel Arrests Temple Mount Officials After Assault on Archaeologists. Haaretz. 29 March.
Philippe Bohstrom (2017). Diving Robbers Are Looting Underwater Treasures, Archaeologists Wail. Haaretz. 15 March.
Philippe Bohstrom (2016). New Dead Sea Scrolls Fragments Found in Judean Desert. Haaretz. 21 December.
Nir Hasson (2016). Court: Names of Israeli Archaeologists Digging in West Bank Can Stay Secret. Haaretz. 22 November.
Associated Press (2016). Ancient Egyptian Relics Returned After Surfacing at Israeli Auction. Haaretz. 21 June.
The Forward (2016). Germany Backtracks, Will Install Jewish Member in Committee on Nazi-looted Art. Haaretz. 27 May.
Ofer Aderet (2016). 'Buyer, Be Fair' Nonagenarian Warns Owner of Family Art Stolen in WW2. Haaretz. 8 February.
Uri Blau (2016). Who Owned 'Vexed Man' Sculpture During WWII? Austrian Dispute Hits Getty Museum. Haaretz. 8 January.
Jas Chana (2016). Why the U.S. Wants Germany to Take Another Look in Its Museums. Haaretz. 7 January.
JTA (2015). British Teens Indicted for Stealing Artifacts From Auschwutz-Birkenau Museum. Haaretz. 30 December.
Judy Maltz (2015). My Great-grandfather, the Man Who Held the Key to the Aleppo Codex. Haaretz. 22 December.
Yael Gruenpeter (2015). The Israeli Defense Minister Who Stole Antiquities. Haaretz. 19 December.
Haaretz (2015). Christie's to Auction Off Painting Looted During WWII as Part of Deal With Jewish Heirs. Haaretz. 20 October.
Nir Hasson (2015). Young Israeli Girl Breaks 2,000-year-old Vase, Museum Says Thanks. Haaretz. 25 August.
Ofer Aderet (2015). The antiquities thief who became one of Britain's richest men. Haaretz. 2 August.
JTA (2015). Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia vandalized. Haaretz. 1 August.
Nir Hasson (2015). Israel cites boycotts, foreign relations in refusal to divulge West Bank archaeology info. Haaretz. 8 July.
Ilene Prusher (2015). An impossible watch heist, now on display at Jerusalem museum. Haaretz. 1 July.
Ruth Schuster (2015). Boy digs up 1,400-year old wine press in Jerusalem. Haaretz. 18 May.
Associated Press (2014). Norwegian museum agrees to return looted Matisse. Haaretz. 23 March.
Haaretz (2014). Whereabouts and future of Gaza Apollo still unclear. Haaretz. 21 March.