Bruce Fein (2017). The Antiquities Act of 1906: No president is licensed to revoke national monuments. The Washington Times. 1 August.
Stephen Nash (2017). At Bears Ears in Utah, Heated Politics and Precious Ruins. The New York Times. 25 July.
Frances Madeson (2017). Do the laws on counterfeit Native art go far enough?. High Country News. 21 July.
Aol (2017). Laws on Nazi-looted art to be renewed by the Government. Aol. 21 July.
Naomi Rea (2017). New EU Proposal Aims to Halt the Trafficking of Antiquities That Fund Terrorism. ArtNet News. 20 July.
Deborah Lehr (2017). Cultural Memoranda of Understanding: An Important Diplomatic Tool for Protecting Heritage. Huffington Post. 14 July.
Bjarke Smith-Meyer (2017). Commission targets terrorists trafficking in antiquities. Politico. 13 July.
Reuters (2017). EU executive plans crackdown on plunder smugglers, militants. Reuters. 13 July.
EU Reporter (2017). #SecurityUnion: Cracking down on the illegal import of cultural goods used to finance terrorism. EU Reporter. 13 July.
Jim Brunsden (2017). EU plans tough checks on imports of ancient artefacts. Financial Times. 12 July.
Navajo-Hopi Observer (2017). Bi-partisan legislation introduced to safeguard tribal items. Navajo-Hopi Observer. 27 June.
Jake Bullinger (2017). Will Bears Ears Remain a National Monument?. The Atlantic. 9 June.
Andina (2017). United States and Peru extend MoU on archaeological heritage protection. Andina. 7 June.
Eileen Kinsella (2017). How Two Top Collectors Avoided Germanys New Protectionist Art Law. ArtNet News. 2 June.
Samir Salama (2017). UAE's federal council passes antiquities draft law. Zawya. 24 May.
Sharath S. Srivatsa (2017). GST impact: Auction of coins, stamps on hold. The Hindu. 23 May.
Famagusta Gazette (2017). Cyprus leads effort to stamp out 'trade in blood antiquities'. Famagusta Gazette. 19 May.
Cody Hooks (2017). BLM calls off public meetings amid Trump's monument review. The Taos News. 19 May.
Menelaos Hadjicostis (2017). Cyprus New convention targets illegal antiquities dealers. Fox News. 17 May.
Juris & Lex thoroughly analyse the new anti art trafficking law
'El Economista' (2017). 'Iuris&Lex' Analiza a fondo la nueva Ley contra el tráfico de arte. El Economista. 12 May.
Ahram Online (2017). Egypt cabinet approves bill raising max penalty for antiquities trade to life in prison. Ahram Online. 4 May.
Famagusta Gazette (2017). CoE adopts Convention to fight cultural destruction. Famagusta Gazette. 4 May.
John D. Leshy (2017). The Endangered Antiquities Act. The New York Times. 31 March.
Daniel Chang (2017). For Holocaust victims, a path to reclaim stolen assets and stories of their loved ones. Miami Herald. 15 March.
Theft of artifacts rampant due to legal loopholes Police crack down on thieves, but critics say laws need to change( )
Korea JoongAng Daily (2017). Theft of artifacts rampant due to legal loopholes Police crack down on thieves, but critics say laws need to change. Korea JoongAng Daily. 6 March.
UNESCO (2017). Bolivia ratifies the UNESCO 2001 Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage. UNESCO. 1 March.
William D. Cohan (2017). A Suit Over Schiele Drawings Invokes New Law on Nazi-Looted Art. The New York Times. 27 February.
Julia Chan (2017). Sabah plans new rules on sea salvage after WWII wreck controversy. The Malay Mail. 16 February.
Martin Levy (2017). We can preserve elephants AND conserve art. Apollo. 7 February.
Korea JoongAng Daily (2017). Debate over statue highlights complexities of ownership. Korea JoongAng Daily. 6 February.
Daniel Grant (2017). This Holocaust Remembrance Day, Something to Cheer For: Obama's HEAR Act. Observer. 27 January.
Hugo Miller (2017). Geneva Art World Pens Anti-Money-Laundering Guide Amid Scandals. Bloomberg. 25 January.
Associated Press (2017). Europe Wants More Protection Against Antiquities Trafficking. The New York Times. 13 January.
Michaela Boland (2017). Mossgreen, Leonard Joel clash over call to ban ivory, rhino horn sales. The Australian. 3 January.
Edward Wong (2016). China Bans Its Ivory Trade, Moving Against Elephant Poaching. The New York Times. 30 December.
Alasdair Sandford (2016). Italy plans new art crime law after Ukraine recovers stolen masterpieces. Euronews. 22 December.
Rich Tenorio (2016). Did Russia meddle in recent US art theft legislation?. The Times of Israel. 16 December.
Sophia Kishkovsky Helen Stoilas (2016). Bill protecting works of art lent by foreign institutions passes US Senate. The Art Newspaper. 13 December.
Erin Blakemore (2016). Reclaiming Nazi-Looted Art Is About to Get Easier. Smithsonian. 12 December.
George Mikhail (2016). How Egypt intends to stop sale of its relics around the world. Al Monitor. 11 December.
David D'Arcy (2016). Senate to vote on Holocaust restitution bill in a race against the clock. The Art Newspaper. 9 December.
JTA (2016). US House passes bill to ease return of Nazi-looted art. The Times of Israel. 8 December.
Artfix Daily (2016). House of Representatives Passes Bill to Recover Art Stolen During the Holocaust. Artfix Daily. 7 December.
Amid regional instability and rising demand, a historic agreement could protect priceless cultural artifacts( )
Sandy Pterykowski (2016). Amid regional instability and rising demand, a historic agreement could protect priceless cultural artifacts. PBS. 6 December.
Office of Rep. Steve Pearce (2016). Pearce Leads Effort To Protect Tribal Artifacts. KRWG. 6 December.
ATG (2016). Dealers' association asks industry to contact MPs over new cultural property law. Antiques Trade Gazette. 1 December.
Ambassador Ronald S. Lauder (2016). Victims of Nazi Art theft need Congress to HEAR. The Hill. 1 December.
US State Department (2016). Secretary Kerry Signs Cultural Property Protection Agreement With Egypt. US Department of State. 29 November.
Abby Broyles (2016). American Indian artist files federal civil lawsuit over new Oklahoma law. KFOR. 23 November.
Bajo Palabra (2016). Roban arte sacro a 26 iglesias cada semana en México: Diputada. Bajo Palabra. 21 November.
Amah-Rose Abrams (2016). Bjarne Melgaard's Brush with Customs Officials Helps Change Outmoded Laws in Norway. ArtNet News. 18 November.
Shivali Rathore Kalpesh L Gupta (2016). Legal Aspects Of Heritage In India. Live Law. 18 November.
Gabriella Peralta (2016). HM Customs and Gib University in first 'high level' enforcement meeting. Gibralter Chronicle. 18 November.
The News (2016). Notices issued on plea for retrieval of 'Dancing Girl' from India. The News. 11 November.
Emmet Teran Jenny Davis (2016). NAGPRA Revisited: Negotiating Culture, Legalities, and Challenges at Wesleyan and Beyond. The Wesleyan Argus. 8 November.
Anny Shaw (2016). China cracks down on illegal trade of cultural artefacts. The Art Newspaper. 4 November.
Anrita Madhukalya (2016). ASI for easier norms for private import of antiquities. DNA. 2 November.
CRIEnglish (2016). Auctions for plundered cultural relics forbidden in China. CRIEnglish. 1 November.
Nick Gale (2016). Kirk Goes After Artifacts Plundered By ISIS. WLS. 24 October.
Udall Leads Senate Hearing On Action To Prevent Theft, Illegal Possession, Sale Of Tribal Cultural Items( )
Chris Clark (2016). Udall Leads Senate Hearing On Action To Prevent Theft, Illegal Possession, Sale Of Tribal Cultural Items. Los Alamos Daily Post. 19 October.
Mary Hudez (2016). Loopholes in U.S. Laws Allow Trafficking in Sacred Tribal Artifacts. AllGov. 19 October.
Justin Matthews (2016). U.S. Senators are pushing for Native American Artifact legislation. KOAT. 18 October.
Martin Bailey (2016). Burrell's world tour struggles to get beyond Glasgow. The Art Newspaper. 17 October.
Costa Rican only protects Prehispanic art by law
Hassel Fallas (2016). Costa Rica solo protege con ley al arte prehispánico. La Nación. 16 October.
Donna Yates (2016). Why has idol theft been neglected?. DNA. 15 October.
Gulf News (2016). Khalifa issues law on cultural heritage objects. Gulf News. 12 October.
Kwon Mee-yoo (2016). Ministry seeks law to fight art forgery crimes. Korea Times. 6 October.
Changiz M. Varzi (2016). Lebanese activists fight to save Beirut's architectural heritage. Equal Times. 5 October.
Laura Morales (2016). Congress Condemns Trafficking of Native American Objects. Arizona Public Media. 3 October.
Conrad De Aenlle (2016). Cultural Property Protection Law Comes Under Fire in Germany. The New York Times. 29 September.
Rebecca Rego Barry (2016). New California Law Will Make Signed Books & Art Harder to Sell. Fine Books Magazine. 29 September.
Jason Cohen (2016). New York Congressman Co-Sponsors Bill to Save Stolen Holocaust Art. JP Updates. 27 September.
Markus Hilgert (2016). Germany's new cultural protection law welcomed abroad. DW. 21 September.
John Vidal (2016). UK to crack down on illegal ivory sales. The Guardian. 21 September.
Noelle McElhatton (2016). UK ivory ban threat: 'government WILL consult antiques industry'. Antiques Trade Gazette. 21 September.
New Jersey Jewish News (2016). Booker urges 'justice' in reclaiming stolen art. New Jersey Jewish News. 21 September.
Liz Mair (2016). Will Victims of Nazi Art Thieves Finally Get Justice?. The Daily Beast. 17 September.
Isaac Arnsdorf (2016). Russia critics, museums square off over Senate artwork bill. Politico. 15 September.
Tim Devaney (2016). Senate panel approves Nazi-stolen art recovery bill. The Hill. 15 September.
Lebanese Republic (2016). Araiji calls for new antiquities law. National News Agency. 14 September.
Tom Gjelten (2016). The Big Business Of Looted Antiquities (Audio). The Diane Rehm Show. 24 August.
AFP (2016). US places import restrictions to protect Syrian artifacts. The Daily Mail. 17 August.
Anne Constable (2016). Pueblo leaders: Patrimony legislation won't hurt art dealers. Santa Fe New Mexican. 13 August.
Garon Coriz (2016). Looking In: New Mexicans should support Bears Ears. Santa Fe New Mexican. 8 August.
Rick Kearns (2016). Protecting Sacred Objects Bill Introduced In Senate. Indian Country Today. 7 August.
Boodle Hatfield (2016). Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Bill: A summary. Lexology. 27 July.
Hanneke Meijer (2016). To collect or not to collect: are fossil-hunting laws hurting science?. The Guardian. 27 July.
EuroEfe (2016). EU countries failing to protect cultural heritage. EurActive. 25 July.
Allison Meier (2016). US Senator Introduces Bill to Stop Overseas Sales of Stolen Indigenous Objects. Hyperallergic. 18 July.
Albuquerque Journal (2016). Editorial: Rest of delegation should join fight for tribal artifacts. Albuquerque Journal. 13 July.
Griselda Nevarez (2016). Senator continues battle to save Native American artifacts from theft and sale. The Guardian. 11 July.
Catherine Hickley (2016). German Parliament passes controversial law to protect cultural heritage. The Art Newspaper. 9 July.
Next week could be turning point in Bears Ears debate: Bishop to unveil bill; Interior Secretary Jewell to visit Utah( )
Thomas Burr (2016). Next week could be turning point in Bears Ears debate: Bishop to unveil bill; Interior Secretary Jewell to visit Utah. The Salt Lake Tribune. 8 July.
Emily Zenter (2016). Arizona, New Mexico senators team up to prevent sale of tribal items. Cronkite News. 8 July.
Mohave Valley Daily News (2016). Tougher law sought on sale of artifacts. Mohave Valley Daily News. 5 July.
Retired museum professionals in opposition
Marcus Woeller (2016). Nur die Museums-Pensionäre befinden sich im Widerstand. Die Welt. 4 July.
Anne Constable (2016). Heinrich readies bill to help protect tribes' cultural artifacts. Santa Fe New Mexican. 2 July.
Nathan T. Elkins (2016). AIA Members Speak in Favor of Continued Protection of Artifacts from Bolivia and Greece. Archaeological Institute of America. 30 June.
Catherine Hickley (2016). What Germany's tough new law could mean for the antiquities market. The Art Newspaper. 27 June.
Lyn Smith (2016). Navajo Nation supports cultural items bill. Daily Times. 24 June.
DW (2016). Germany passes law to keep art of 'national value' in the country. DW. 23 June.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egypt to sign archaeological cooperation agreement with Saudi Arabia. Ahram Online. 19 June.
In Cyprus (2016). Cyprus and Egypt sign organised crime accord. In Cyprus. 16 June.
AP Reporting (2016). Bill to punish grave robbers sent to governor's desk. WWL. 4 June.
Darryl Fears (2016). Antique dealers say the new federal ivory ban will cost them up to $12 billion. The Washington Post. 2 June.
Nicholas Cecil (2016). EU licences plan 'could hit London art market'. Evening Standard. 27 May.
Martin Levy (2016). Antique ivory poses no threat to elephant conservation: in fact, it needs protection itself. Apollo. 25 May.
Ilan Ben Zion (2016). In new crackdown, antiquities authorities tighten noose around dealers, thieves. The Times of Israel. 16 May.
Prensa Latina (2016). Cuba Committed to the Underwater Heritage Convention at UNESCO. Prensa Latina. 12 May.
Owen Jarus (2016). Syrian Antiquities Import Restrictions Are Law, But Will They Work?. Live Science. 10 May.
Bradley Klapper (2016). Obama signs into law new restrictions on Syrian antiquities. Stars and Stripes. 9 May.
Tomb raiders: Far from the glamour of Lara Croft and Indiana Jones, these are thieves with a history of being difficult to legislate against( )
South China Morning Post (2016). Tomb raiders: Far from the glamour of Lara Croft and Indiana Jones, these are thieves with a history of being difficult to legislate against. South China Morning Post. 9 May.
Lawyer Herald (2016). US Congress approves bill seeking to curb looting and trade of antiquities. Lawyer Herald. 27 April.
Catherine Hickley (2016). Storm clouds gather over German art market. The Art Newspaper. 14 April.
Steven Lee Myers (2016). Senate Votes to Ban Imports of Syrian Art and Antiquities. The New York Times. 13 April.
Ben Blanchard (2016). China's Xi orders better protection of cultural heritage. Reuters. 12 April.
Adina Bresge (2016). Archeologist calls for national strategy to protect shipwrecks from looting. City News. 12 April.
Adam Kredo (2016). Congress Moves to Spur Return of Artwork Stolen By Nazis. Free Beacon. 8 April.
Isaac Kaplan (2016). If Passed, Could a New Law Stop ISIS Profiting from Looted Syrian Antiquities?. Artsy. 7 April.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2016). Arab League draft resolution to protect Arab antiquities: Araby. Egypt Independent. 5 April.
Associated Press (2016). Indiana group seeks tough penalties for cemetery vandalism. The Washington Times. 2 April.
Frances Madeson (2016). The Excruciating Legacy of NAGPRA. Indian Country Today. 31 March.
Business Recorder (2016). KP government introduces bill to protect, preserve antiquities. Business Recorder. 28 March.
Jawhar Sircar (2016). Lighten the bureaucracy so India's heritage can flourish. The Art Newspaper. 24 March.
Imam Hossain (2016). Old law prevents preserving war sites. Prothom Alo. 18 March.
Colombia and US renew their cultural heritage agreement until 2021
EFE (2016). Colombia y EE.UU. renuevan hasta 2021 su acuerdo sobre patrimonio cultural. RCN. 15 March.
Liyan Qi (2016). Cultural Protection Law Revision Triggers Doubts as China's Economy Slows. The Wall Street Journal. 26 February.
Greg Russell (2016). New 'paper trail' rules to help crack down on metal thieves. The National. 16 February.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Is The Controversial Art Law Fueling Germany's Recent 'Art Drain'?. ArtNet News. 11 February.
Richard Giedroyc (2016). Import restrictions extended, not expanded. Numismaster. 11 February.
Martin Bailey (2016). Tate director backs Art Fund's call for UK export licence reform after Rembrandt fiasco. The Art Newspaper. 1 February.
Indigenous Leaders Fight Bill Promoting Citizen Archaeology: "Do Not Disturb the Spirits of the Water"( )
Deirdra Funcheon (2016). Indigenous Leaders Fight Bill Promoting Citizen Archaeology: "Do Not Disturb the Spirits of the Water". Broward Palm Beack New Times. 29 January.
Ben Brotemarkle (2016). Proposed bill could allow looting of artifacts, experts fear. Florida Today. 25 January.
Arab News (2016). New laws to curb antiques trade. Arab News. 24 January.
James Call (2016). Lawmakers to decide: Will artifacts be studied or sold?. Tallahassee Democrat. 22 January.
Erasmus (2016). To make a case against Islamic State's cultural vandalism, Western armies must set an example. The Economist. 22 January.
Anny Shaw (2016). Lords put pressure on UK government to sign Hague Convention this year. The Art Newspaper. 21 January.
Brian Maffly (2016). Utah tribes say public-lands bill 'adds insult to injury,' petition Obama to designate monument. The Salt Lake Tribune. 21 January.
Mary Louise Schumacher (2016). Think of burial mounds as earthen records of Wisconsin's native people. Journal Sentinel. 15 January.
Kristina Killgrove (2016). Florida Archaeologists Condemn Proposed 'Citizen Archaeology' Permit. Forbes. 13 January.
Jessica Clark (2016). Bill would issue archaeology permits to any citizen. First Coast News. 12 January.
Henri Neuendorf (2016). Austrian Restitution Law Criticized For Failing to Regulate Trade of Looted Art. ArtNet News. 11 January.
Steven Lee Myers (2016). 'Broken System' Allows ISIS to Profit From Looted Antiquities. The New York Times. 9 January.
Anny Shaw (2016). Israeli high court says antiquities dealers must document all artefacts online. The Art Newspaper. 7 January.
The Nation (2016). KP Antiquities Act 2015. The Nation. 5 January.
Anubhuti Vishnoi (2016). Government working on insurance protocol for art objects in museums. The Economic Times. 2 January.
Gil Ronen (2015). 'Revolutionary' court victory against antiquity thieves. Arutz Sheva. 29 December.
Saudi Gazette (2015). Bylaw for antiquities, urban heritage and museums approved. Saudi Gazette. 25 December.
Apollo (2015). Is the German Cultural Property Protection Act to be welcomed?. Apollo. 21 December.
Pete Baumgartner (2015). Ukraine Jumps Into Stolen Dutch Paintings Mystery With Eye To Referendum. Radio Free Europe. 11 December.
El Telégrafo (2015). Debate en ONU sobre devolución de bienes culturales a países de origen. El Telégrafo. 9 December.
Ecuador and Argentina sign social security agreements
EFE (2015). Ecuador y Argentina firman acuerdos en seguridad social. Vistazo. 9 December.
Amelia Caddy (2015). Indigenous objects return to Australia in new exhibition. Australian Geographic. 7 December.
Malcolm Gay (2015). Seminary eyes repatriation after clash over artifacts. The Boston Globe. 5 December.
Winstone Antonio (2015). Govt launches cultural property trafficking manual. News Day. 4 December.
Neil Brodie (2015). Thinking on Politics. Europea Union National Institutes for Culture. 30 November.
Costa Rica and Ecuador sign agreement for protection of cultural heritage
Carlos Arrieta Pérez (2015). Costa Rica y Ecuador firman convenio para proteger patrimonio cultural. El País. 27 November.
Colin Post (2015). Peru's Congress overrides veto to repeal archaeology bill. Peru Reports. 26 November.
Arab News (2015). Penalties for tampering with antiquities detailed. Arab News. 21 November.
Indian Country Today (2015). NAGPRA Review Committee Gets Three New Members. Indian Country Today. 20 November.
Roland Arkell (2015). Research project begins into effect of total ivory ban in the UK. Antiques Trade Gazette. 20 November.
Robert Frank (2015). Secret art warehouses under government scrutiny. CNBC. 19 November.
Cindy Lai (2015). 'Register antiques with Museum Department'. The Borneo Post. 15 November.
Blouin ArtInfo (2015). German Cabinet Approves Controversial Cultural Export Bill. Blouin ArtInfo. 6 November.
Vincent Salafia (2015). National monuments must be protected by clear laws. The Irish Times. 27 October.
Art has a value and it isn't just price
Norbert Lammert (2015). Kunst hat einen Wert, nicht nur einen Preis. Die Welt. 23 October.
Jim Mclay (2015). The Attorneys General and the Motunui Panels. Taranaki Daily News. 22 October.
Ecuador signs legislative agreement with Guatemala concerning heritage
Prensa Latina (2015). Analiza legislativo de Ecuador acuerdo sobre patrimonio con Guatemala. Prensa Latina. 14 October.
BBC News (2015). Harsher penalties for thieves targeting war memorials. BBC News. 6 October.
USA extends an agreement with Nicaragua that protects archaeological heritage
EFE (2015). EEUU prorroga un acuerdo con Nicaragua que protege su patrimonio arqueológico. WRadio. 6 October.
Baishali Adak (2015). Art lovers to get a digital address under the Digital India campaign. India Today. 3 October.
AMA (2015). National Treasure or Disputes of Heritage. AMA. 2 October.
Focus Information Agency (2015). Bulgaria aims at improving legislation against artefacts smuggling: culture minister. Focus Information Agency. 16 September.
Neeta Lal (2015). Smuggling India's Antiquities. The Diplomat. 16 September.
Julia Michalska (2015). German culture ministry tones down controversial cultural property bill. The Art Newspaper. 15 September.
Mike Giglio (2015). Senate Bill Hopes To Stop Looted Syrian Artifacts From Reaching The U.S.. BuzzFeed. 7 August.
Kim Willsher (2015). €25m Picasso and superyacht collide with Spanish export ban. The Guardian. 4 August.
Chris Michaels (2015). Statute of Limitations Issues in Looted-Art Cases. The Legal Intelligencer. 22 July.
DW (2015). Baselitz removes art from Dresden gallery. DW. 17 July.
Peter Raue (2015). Why Baselitz could be the first of many artists to 'bloodlet' Germany's museums. DW. 14 July.
Prangthong Jitcharoenkul (2015). Thailand returns 16 smuggled artefacts to Cambodia. Bangkok Post. 12 July.
Chea Vannak (2015). Cambodia Creates 'Border Pass' for Workers in Thailand. Khmer Times. 12 July.
Nir Hasson (2015). Israel cites boycotts, foreign relations in refusal to divulge West Bank archaeology info. Haaretz. 8 July.
Federal government plans tough sanctions against art trading
Spiegel Online (2015). Pläne der Bundesregierung: Scharfe Sanktionen beim Kunsthandel. Spiegel Online. 3 July.
Victoria Stapley-Brown (2015). British Museum's ivory icons denied US entry for loan show. The Art Newspaper. 1 July.
Tiffany Jenkins (2015). Signing up to the Hague Convention will do nothing to stop ISIS. Apollo. 30 June.
Rishabh Shroff (2015). Windows to the past. The Indian Express. 30 June.
KUNA (2015). Iran, Syria sign security cooperation MoU. Kuwait News Agency. 22 June.
BBC News (2015). UK to adopt Hague Convention to protect artefacts in war zones. BBC News. 21 June.
Laura C. Mallonee (2015). NY State Senate Passes Bill Protecting Art Authenticators from Bogus Lawsuits. Hyperallergic. 16 June.
Laura C. Mallonee (2015). US House of Representatives Passes Controversial Art Protection Bill. Hyperallergic. 12 June.
Gayatri Jayaraman (2015). Idol Pursuit: Intrepid bloggers try to retrieve stolen sacred art from around the world. India Today. 12 June.
Famagusta Gazette (2015). Cyprus, Iraq sign agreement on bilateral political cooperation. Famagusta Gazette. 12 June.
S. Vijay Kumar (2015). Antiquities: An Open Market Won't Stop Smuggling. Swarajya. 11 June.
Ecuador analiza convenio de cooperación con Reino de Camboya para protección de patrimonio cultural y natural( )
Ecuador considers a Memorandum of Understanding with the Kingdom of Cambodia for the protection of cultural and national heritage
Ecuador Inmediato (2015). Ecuador analiza convenio de cooperación con Reino de Camboya para protección de patrimonio cultural y natural. Ecuador Inmediato. 4 June.
Rick Gladstone (2015). U.N. Resolves to Combat Plundering of Antiquities by ISIS. The New York Times. 28 May.
Kathleen Caulderwood (2015). India Looks To Create 'Open Market' For Antiquities; Critics Say It Will Encourage Looting. International Business Times. 26 May.
Press Trust of India (2015). Centre plans to legalise antiquities trade to stop smuggling. Deccan Herald. 25 May.
Gulf News (2015). FNC passes antiquities draft law. Gulf News. 20 May.
A. Makris (2015). Greece Presents Proposal on Stopping Illicit Trade of Cultural Goods at UNESCO Meeting. Greek Reporter. 20 May.
Nevine El-Aref (2015). Cairo Declaration to protect Middle East cultural heritage. Ahram Online. 18 May.
Samir Salama (2015). Antiquities draft law to be debated. Gulf News. 16 May.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2015). Antiquities Minister urges amendment of UNESCO 1970 agreement. Egypt Independent. 14 May.
Kristen Hwang (2015). Tribes say law requiring return of remains, relics, hasn't met promise. Hava Sun News. 12 May.
RT (2015). Legislators call for US Treasury sanctions against dealers of looted Syrian antiquities. RT. 31 March.
Business Standard (2015). In an antique trade. Business Standard. 30 March.
Laura Pitel (2015). UK can't find cash to save looted antiquities. The Times. 27 March.
Alexandra Peers (2015). Bill in Congress Seeks to Rein in Trade by ISIS in Looted Antiquities. Observer. 24 March.
Louis Charbonneau Michelle Nichols (2015). U.N. sets sights on Syria antiquities, Islamic State oil, ransoms. Reuters. 6 February.
Martin Bailey (2015). UK creates £30m fund to fight cultural destruction. The Art Newspaper. 4 January.
Congressional Monuments Men? The Role of Congress in Fighting Terrorist Financing, While Preserving Our Cultural Heritage( )
Mark V. Vlasic (2014). Congressional Monuments Men? The Role of Congress in Fighting Terrorist Financing, While Preserving Our Cultural Heritage. Huffington Post. 6 December.
Laurent Carpentier (2014). French museums face a cultural change over restitution of colonial objects. The Guardian. 3 November.
Boing Boing (2014). UK cultural institutions leave their WWI cases empty to protest insane copyright. BoingBoing. 2 November.
Michael Cousineau (2014). Seized bagpipes to be returned to piping pair. Union Leader. 4 August.
The public's lack of knowledge causes the looting of the nation's pieces of heritage value
Itzel Acero (2014). La falta de conocimiento de la población causa saqueos de piezas con valor patrimonial de la nación. La Jornada Aguascalientes. 13 July.
Protecting the underwater heritage of Yucatan
Ana Hernández (2014). Protegen el patrimonio subacuático de Yucatán. Sipse. 12 July.
Dara Lind (2014). How do you smuggle a dinosaur? And 7 other questions about the fossil black market. Vox. 11 July.
The Civil Guard takes preventative measures against the underwater looting
El País (2014). La Guardia Civil hace una batida preventiva contra el expolio submarino. El País. 11 July.
Susan Montoya Bryan (2014). Agency accused of violating law on remains, relics. Reno Gazette Journal. 11 July.
Laura Zhou (2014). Chinese court rejects family's right to treasures in their great-grandfather's tomb. South China Morning Post. 8 July.
Up to 10 years in prison for those who damage historical monuments
Sipse (2014). Hasta 10 años de cárcel a quien dañe monumentos históricos. Sipse. 14 June.
Dan Vergano (2014). Archaeologists Warn of Pillaged Egypt as U.S. Weighs Tougher Antiquities Laws. National Geographic. 3 June.
Vernon Silver (2014). Treasure Hunters' Undersea Gold Rush Is Threatened by U.S. Navy. Bloomberg. 5 May.
Patty Gerstenblith (2014). Letters: Archaeology and anti-looting laws. Los Angeles Times. 12 April.
A. Srivathsan (2014). State-level idol records bureau mooted. The Hindu. 10 April.
Paul Gable (2014). FBI leaves scene of artifacts investigation, mum on details. The Shelbyville News. 9 April.
RPP (2014). Piden hasta 15 años de prisión por atentar contra patrimonio cultural. RPP. 9 April.
Natario McKenzie (2014). Treasure Salvage Licence Hopes Are 'Wrecked'. Tribune 242. 8 April.
Up to 12 years in prison for looting monuments
Lourdes Aguilar (2014). Hasta 12 años de cárcel por saquear monumentos. El Punto Critico. 3 April.
Kurt Repanshek (2014). House Of Representatives Votes To Gut Antiquities Act. National Parks Traveler. 26 March.
Dalya Alberge (2014). Britain urged to sign up to shipwreck treaty to protect underwater heritage. The Guardian. 23 March.
The New York Times (2014). Egypt's Heritage Plundered Anew. The New York Times. 20 March.
Egypt State Information Service (2014). Egypt Asks U.S. to Impose Sharp Curbs on Importing of Antiquities. The New York Times. 14 March.