`Wealth is a curse': Hobby Lobby founder says he's giving away his company instead of keeping it in the family because he `chose God'( )
Alena Botros (2022). `Wealth is a curse': Hobby Lobby founder says he's giving away his company instead of keeping it in the family because he `chose God'. Fortune. 25 October.
The North Africa Post (2022). Tunisia: Smuggling attempt of 18 antique artifacts foiled. The North Africa Post. 21 October.
Asmahan Qarjouli (2022). Arab League calls for return of stolen archives from colonial states. Doha News. 17 October.
Stolen Afghan manuscripts have been coming up for sale at major auction houses, according to research group( )
Hadani Ditmars (2022). Stolen Afghan manuscripts have been coming up for sale at major auction houses, according to research group. The Art Newspaper. 13 October.
The repatriation of Evangelistary Manuscript 220 at the Patriarchal and Stavropegial Monastery of Eikosiphoinissa( )
Orthodox Times (2022). The repatriation of Evangelistary Manuscript 220 at the Patriarchal and Stavropegial Monastery of Eikosiphoinissa. Orthodox Times. 29 September.
Thousand-year-old Gospel manuscript to return to Greek monastery in Museum of the Bible repatriation( )
Mark A. Kellner (2022). Thousand-year-old Gospel manuscript to return to Greek monastery in Museum of the Bible repatriation. The Washington Times. 28 September.
Joe Garza (2022). The 17th-Century Galileo Manuscript that basically went from Treasure to Trash. Grunge. 28 September.
Arab News (2021). Stolen 16th-century Qur'an to be returned to Turkey. Arab News. 16 August.
How 4 college students tried to steal rare books worth millions from a school library — and what got them caught( )
Tom Huddleston (2021). How 4 college students tried to steal rare books worth millions from a school library — and what got them caught. CNBC. 15 August.
Charlotte Higgins (2021). Doubts cast over provenance of unearthed Sappho poems. The Guardian. 25 March.
José María Irujo (2021). Why Spain's National Library covered up the theft of a Galileo original work. El País. 15 March.
Mark Wilding (2020). Tome raiders: solving the great book heist. The Guardian. 13 December.
The Jerusalem Post (2020). Publication details Nazi-looted libraries during Holocaust in Belgium. The Jerusalem Post. 10 December.
Livia Gershon (2020). New Digital Project Details 150 Belgian Libraries Looted by the Nazis. Smithsonian. 9 December.
Albawaba (2020). Qatar National Library Helps to Guide Experts in Reducing International Heritage Trafficking. Albawaba. 1 December.
Anthee Carassava (2020). Greek Monastery Seeks Return of Stolen Religious Objects from Bulgaria. Voice of America. 30 November.
Shaun Bythell (2020). Passing sentences … what's the worst kind of book thief?. The Guardian. 27 November.
David D'Arcy (2020). Museum of the Bible returns hand-written gospels looted from Greece during the First World War. The Art Newspaper. 26 November.
Rebecca Jones (2020). Charles Darwin: Notebooks worth millions lost for 20 years. BBC News. 25 November.
Luke O'Reilly (2020). Charles Darwin manuscripts reported stolen from Cambridge University Library. Evening Standard. 25 November.
Gordon Govier (2020). Where Are the Other Fake Fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls?. Christianity Today. 23 November.
Will Durrant (2020). Stolen books worth £2.5 million returned to rightful owners. SW Londoner. 11 November.
Books worth EUR 3.3 mln stolen by Romanian Mission: Impossible gang in London return to rightful owners( )
Andrei Chirileasa (2020). Books worth EUR 3.3 mln stolen by Romanian Mission: Impossible gang in London return to rightful owners. Romania Insider. 10 November.
Kabir Jhala (2020). Hackers target oldest bible and Vatican's other priceless treasures in online attacks. The Art Newspaper. 9 November.
Sue Paz (2020). Alan Turing: Stolen items to be returned to UK from US after decades. BBC News. 9 November.
Jessica Carpani (2020). Christie's launches war on 'unfounded accusations' questioning the origins of objects. The Telegraph. 30 August.
Ali Tüfekçi (2020). Ibrahim Hakkı Konyalı: Art historian who saved Ottoman heritage. Daily Sabah. 26 August.
Travis McDade (2020). The Inside Story of the $8 Million Heist From the Carnegie Library. Smithsonian. 20 August.
Ariel David (2020). After Dead Sea Forgeries Exposed, How Do We Know the Scrolls in Israel Are Authentic?. Haaretz. 12 August.
Amy Weiss-Meyer (2020). What Ever Happened to the Gospel of Jesus's Wife?. The Atlantic. 11 August.
Candida Moss (2020). How a Star Harvard Professor Got Suckered by `Jesus' Wife'. The Daily Beast. 10 August.
Nick Squires (2020). Fascist banners worth millions of pounds stolen from state archive in Italy. The Telegraph. 4 August.
60 Minutes (2020). Forgery Forensics: How the Smithsonian Helped Identify Two Stolen Columbus Letters. 60 Minutes. 2 August.
Jon Wertheim (2020). Who's stealing Christopher Columbus letters from libraries around the world?. 60 Minutes. 2 August.
Ariel Sabar (2020). A Mystery at Oxford. The Atlantic. 1 June.
Daily Sabah (2020). 500-year-old handwritten Bibles seized near Turkey-Greece border. Daily Sabah. 12 May.
`It's the First Domino': After the Museum of the Bible Discovered Its Dead Sea Scrolls Are Fake, the Field Braces for More Revelations( )
Sarah Cascone (2020). `It's the First Domino': After the Museum of the Bible Discovered Its Dead Sea Scrolls Are Fake, the Field Braces for More Revelations. ArtNet News. 16 March.
Stolen Collection of Persian Poetry Found With Help of `Indiana Jones of the Art World' Goes on Auction( )
Brigit Katz (2020). Stolen Collection of Persian Poetry Found With Help of `Indiana Jones of the Art World' Goes on Auction. Smithsonian. 10 March.
AFP (2020). Peru recovers priceless Inca manuscript stolen during occupation. France 24. 21 February.
AFP (2020). Dutch art sleuth finds rare stolen copy of 'Prince of Persian poets'. France 24. 17 January.
Ex-Librarian and Bookseller Plead Guilty to Stealing Rare Texts Worth $8 Million From Pennsylvania Library( )
Theresa Machemer (2020). Ex-Librarian and Bookseller Plead Guilty to Stealing Rare Texts Worth $8 Million From Pennsylvania Library. Smithsonian. 15 January.
Religion News Service (2019). Search for undiscovered Dead Sea Scrolls reveals dispute over West Bank artifacts. The Presbyterian Outlook. 6 February.
Daily Sabah (2019). 1,200-year-old Bible seized in southeastern Turkey's Diyarbakır. Daily Sabah. 5 February.
Katy Griffin (2019). Magna Carta back on display at Salisbury Cathedral after hammer attack. Salisbury Journal. 4 February.
Voxy (2019). Early trade artefacts returned after 50 years. Voxy. 25 January.
Ofer Aderet (2019). Were Your Family's Books Stolen by the Nazis? New Online Initiative Might Help You Find Them. Haaretz. 22 January.
Reuters (2019). Experts Racing Against Antiquities Robbers in Hunt for Dead Sea Scrolls. Reuters. 22 January.
Ashley Stilson (2019). Two rare LDS books still missing after man pleads guilty to stealing from BYU library. Daily Herald. 22 January.
Ofer Aderet (2019). The Books Stolen by the Nazis That Made It Back to the Jewish Victims' Heirs. Haaretz. 20 January.
Yvette Tan (2019). Why a 1,200-year-old calligraphy piece angered China. BBC News. 16 January.
P.J. Grisar (2019). Librarians And Researchers Are Finally Making Strides Returning Nazi-Looted Books. Forward. 15 January.
Milton Esterow (2019). The Hunt for the Nazi Loot Still Sitting on Library Shelves. The New York Times. 14 January.
Fascinating 17th century 'social document' plundered during WWII recovered after being put up for auction( )
Stuart Dowell (2018). Fascinating 17th century 'social document' plundered during WWII recovered after being put up for auction. The First News. 28 December.
Dave Mabell (2018). Former city man facing charges in Utah. Lethbridge Herald. 14 December.
Colin Moynihan (2018). Church Leaders Sue Princeton Over `Stolen' Manuscripts. The New York Times. 14 December.
ANSA (2018). Artemidorus papyrus is a fake - probe. ANSA. 10 December.
Ariel David (2018). Dead Sea Scroll Fakes Abound, and Scholars Admit They Share the Blame. Haaretz. 28 October.
Ben Kennedy (2018). Ancient Bible Stolen, Turns up Years Later at Museum of the Bible. CBN. 4 October.
James Karuhanga (2018). Rwanda confirms Belgium willing to return archives. The New Times. 30 September.
Leah Henrickson (2018). Crime of culture: American Animals and the history of rare book heists. The Conversation. 17 September.
Darden Livesay (2018). Greek Orthodox Church Attempting to Reclaim Centuries-Old Manuscripts in U.S. Collections. The Pappas Post. 17 September.
R. Stephanie Bruno (2018). First-edition Audubon prints coveted by collectors — and thieves. The New Orleans Advocate. 14 September.
Marouf Ali (2018). Theft Of Aurangzeb-Era Quran Copy: CBI Gives Up, HC Adjourns PIL. Kashmir Observer. 13 September.
Columbus letter recovered in Barcelona
El País (2018). Recuperan carta de Colón en Barcelona. El Mañana. 10 September.
Emma Kelly (2018). 'They weren't criminals so much as idiots': The real story behind the art heist in American Animals. Metro. 7 September.
Josefin Dolsten (2018). Bipartisan group of senators discussing bill to keep Iraqi Jewish Archive in US. Cleveland Jewish News. 18 July.
RAPSI (2018). Two defendants in case on stealing vintage books plead guilty. RAPSI. 17 April.
Arutz Sheva (2018). Bible that Goering stole from Jew discovered. Israel National News. 11 April.
Carnegie Library warned in 1991 to move rare books to libraries with tighter security, better climate control – but never did( )
Marylynne Pitz (2018). Carnegie Library warned in 1991 to move rare books to libraries with tighter security, better climate control – but never did. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 4 April.
Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter (2018). Bookseller who stole signed Harry Potter book worth £1,675 avoids jail sentence. Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter. 4 April.
The Economist (2018). A symbolic struggle over ancient manuscripts. The Economist. 22 March.
Marylynne Pitz (2018). Who stole 314 items from the Carnegie Library rare books room?. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 19 March.
Albawaba (2018). CLIR Releases a Prototype Proof of Concept for the Digital Library of the Middle East. Albawaba. 1 February.
Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter (2018). Librarian who stole rare books to sell online jailed for eight months. Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter. 31 January.
Morgan Eads (2018). Sensational Transylvania book heist becomes a movie at Sundance. Kentucky.com. 22 January.
Dalia Hatuqa (2018). Iraqi-Jewish archive triggers 'traumatic memories'. Al Jazeera. 22 January.
Sadie Trombetta (2018). A 'Harry Potter' First Edition Worth Over $55,000 Was Stolen In A Rare Book Heist. Bustle. 19 January.
CBS (2018). Historian Pleads Guilty To Stealing From National Archives, Selling Items On EBay. CBS. 11 January.
Jean Hopfensperger (2018). Minnesota monk Columba Stewart rescues ancient manuscripts from modern threats. Star Tribune. 7 January.
Jaimy Jones (2018). Map experts in Clear Lake helped Christie's auction house expose forgery. Houston Chronicle. 3 January.
Duncan Barile (2018). The Top Ten Most Important Ancient Documents Lost to History. Smithsonian. 1 January.
BBC News (2017). Van containing 1830s Johnson's dictionaries stolen in Norwich. BBC News. 27 December.
AFP (2017). France saves Marquis de Sade's 120 Days of Sodom from auction. The Guardian. 18 December.
Michael Blanding (2017). Why Experts Don't Believe This Is a Rare First Map of America. The New York Times. 10 December.
Egypt Today (2017). Hurghada Airport thwarts smuggling of 102 artifacts. Egypt Today. 9 December.
Oren Peleg (2017). Push Underway to Keep Jewish Artifacts From Returning to Iraq. Jewish Journal. 6 December.
Peter Beaumont, Oliver Laughland (2017). Trade in Dead Sea Scrolls awash with suspected forgeries, experts warn. The Guardian. 21 November.
Michael Greshko (2017). Forgeries may hide in Museum of the Bible's dead see scrolls. National Geographic. 19 November.
Marian Hetherly (2017). History Museum volunteer sentenced for thef. WBFO. 8 November.
Anny Shaw (2017). Russia and Israel sign historic deal to share digitised Gunzburg Collection. The Art Newspaper. 7 November.
TRT World (2017). Centre set up in Idlib to protect Syrian heritage sites. TRT World. 7 November.
Vittoria Traverso (2017). The Saga of a Long-Lost 15th-Century Illuminated Prayer Book. Atlas Obscura. 25 October.
Anadolu Agency (2017). Turkey seeks return of 16th-century Quran from London. Daily Sabah. 24 October.
Apoorva Mandhani (2017). File Status Report On Preservation Of Artifacts And Manuscripts In National Museum: Delhi HC. Live Law. 21 October.
Ukrinform (2017). Border guards seize ancient books on border with Crimea. Ukrinform. 16 October.
Interfax Ukraine (2017). Border guards detain Briton who tried to smuggle collection of antiquities from Ukraine. Interfax Ukraine. 12 October.
Vijay Kumar (2017). Open 'art market' may put a price tag on our Gods. The Times of India. 11 October.
Josefin Dolsten (2017). Senate Minority Leader: Don't Return Trove of Jewish Artifacts to Iraq. The Jerusalem Post. 4 October.
Amanda Borschel-Dan (2017). Dead Sea Scrolls scam: Dozens of recently sold fragments are fakes, experts warn. The Times of Israel. 3 October.
Elizabeth Burden (2017). Artists using living proof that their work is genuine. The Times. 2 October.
Robert O'Byrne (2017). The Yeats Collection sale is only the latest sign of Ireland's broken heritage export system. Apollo. 25 September.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Ottoman-era artefacts seized at Cairo airport to go to Museum of Islamic Art. Ahram Online. 20 September.
D.H. Rashid (2017). Theft of Qur'an: HC seeks status. Greater Kashmir. 20 September.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Egyptian authorities foil attempt to smuggle Khedival-era antiquities to Saudi Arabia. Ahram Online. 23 August.
Amir Harrack (2017). Rescuing Assyrian Manuscripts in Iraq. AINA. 20 August.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Attempt to smuggle 18th century artefacts foiled at Egypt's Hurghada port. Ahram Online. 17 August.
Mohamed Mostafa (2017). Citizen returns safekept, priceless manuscripts to Mosul university. Iraqi News. 15 August.
Ma'an News Agency (2017). Waqf: Israeli forces did not steal historical documents and materials from Al-Aqsa. Ma'an News Agency. 10 August.
Natasha Frost (2017). The Strange, Sad Story of Joe Orton, His Lover, and 72 Stolen Library Books. Atlas Obscura. 9 August.
Daniel Witkin (2017). What Became of Europe's Nazi-Looted Libraries?. Forward. 8 August.
JTA (2017). Germany Returns Books Stolen by Nazis to Holocaust Survivors, Heirs. The Jerusalem Post. 7 August.
Alison Nastasi (2017). When People Steal Books. Flavorwire. 30 July.
Susan Falciani (2017). The Rare-Book Thief Who Looted College Libraries in the '80s. Atlas Obscura. 20 July.
Phil Fairbanks (2017). Former volunteer admits theft from History Museum collection. Buffalo News. 20 July.
Bel Trew (2017). Hobby Lobby under investigation over sale of 5th‑century Bible fragment. The Times. 20 July.
Document of of Sarmiento governer found and the Casa Natal wants to keep it.
Diario La Provincia (2017). Hallaron un documento de Sarmiento gobernador y la Casa Natal quiere conservarlo. Diario La Provincia. 5 July.
Louise Elliott (2017). Police appeal after art deco lamps worth £11,000 stolen from school. The Sentinel. 5 July.
CTV (2017). Stolen documents bought at yard sale returned to Jack Miner Sanctuary. CTV. 19 June.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Qurans from Ottoman era seized at Cairo International Airport. Ahram Online. 17 June.
Outlook (2017). Auction house pulls 'stolen' leaders' autographs from Spain. Outlook. 2 June.
AFP (2017). 'Stolen' book of world leaders' autographs turns up in Spain. The Local. 31 May.
Outlook (2017). Serbia seeks return of leaders' missing autographs. Outlook. 31 May.
Noah Charney (2017). Why did the Nazis steal so many books?. Salon. 28 May.
Andrea Vogt (2017). Notorious Italian art theft ring foiled by Swedish academic. The Telegraph. 28 May.
Sally Wardle (2017). Dam Buster's family appeal for help to trace stolen airman's logbook. The Irish News. 20 May.
BBC News (2017). Harry Potter prequel stolen in Birmingham burglary. BBC News. 12 May.
Charlie English (2017). The Treasures of Timbuktu. The New York Times. 12 May.
Bishnu K Jha (2017). Six Bihar varsity staff absolved of stealing rare manuscript 14 years ago. Hindustan Times. 9 May.
Greg Schneider (2017). Nazi-Looted Libraries: Items Must Be Returned To Owners And Heirs. Huffington Post. 5 May.
Plus55 (2017). Brazil suffers biggest rare book heist in national history. Plus55. 1 May.
Jessica Long (2017). Hope for families of Anzac heroes fighting for decades to retrieve World War 1 diaries. Stuff.co.nz. 23 April.
Dana Rieck (2017). Man accused of stealing 'Mein Kampf' from Collinsville museum because it 'fascinated' him. Belleville News-Democrat. 21 April.
Bill Kaufmann (2017). Treasured wartime documents returned. Nanton News. 20 April.
Rafael Medoff (2017). The Nazis didn't just burn Jewish books - they stole millions, too. Haaretz. 20 April.
Elizabeth Donald (2017). Stolen book returned to Collinsville library; arrest made in theft. Belleville News-Democrat. 20 April.
Anthony Brooks (2017). Boston Public Library Returns Mistakenly Stolen Historical Artifacts To Italian Government. WBUR. 19 April.
ICE (2017). ICE HSI and Boston Public Library return cultural artifacts to Italy. ICE. 19 April.
Daily Sabah (2017). Goldplated ancient Torah seized by Turkish security forces in antismuggling drive. Daily Sabah. 17 April.
Daniel Estrin (2017). Jewish family renews fight for Passover manuscript. The China Post. 12 April.
The Yeshiva World News (2017). Hikind Says Lookout For Stolen, Antique Seforim. The Yeshiva World News. 3 April.
Roi Kais (2017). Tunisian authorities foil smuggling of 15th-century Torah scroll. Ynet News. 11 March.
Matteo Fagotto (2017). The Monk Who Saves Manuscripts From ISIS. The Atlantic. 23 February.
Michelle Z. Donahue (2017). New Dead Sea Scrolls Find May Help Detect Forgeries. National Geographic. 14 February.
Chitra Ramaswamy (2017). Mission impossible: trying to flog a stolen 500-year-old Dante manuscript. The Guardian. 13 February.
George Sandeman (2017). Thieves steal £2m of rare books by abseiling into warehouse. The Guardian. 12 February.
Bethan McKernan (2017). New Dead Sea Scrolls cave filled with ancient artefacts discovered for first time in 60 years. The Independent. 9 February.
David Spunt (2017). FBI Recovers Rare, Local History Stolen From Girard College. CBS. 6 February.
Dan Alexander (2017). Find them! $70,000 Torah stolen from Jersey Shore Jewish school. New Jersey 101.5. 30 January.
Debra Rubin (2017). Former FBI agent details long search for 'Devil's Diary'. New Jersey Jewish News. 23 January.
Man who stole Dambuster hero's mission book also took hundreds of items from the National Archives to sell in the US( )
Nicola Harley (2017). Man who stole Dambuster hero's mission book also took hundreds of items from the National Archives to sell in the US. The Telegraph. 13 January.
Mehr News Agency (2017). Official laments smuggling of invaluable Shia manuscripts. Mehr News Agency. 12 January.
Robert Dex (2017). British Library returns book stolen by the Nazis to its rightful owner. Evening Standard. 6 January.
M. A. Parray (2016). Aurangzeb-era Quran stolen from Kashmir in 2003 may be with New Delhi museum, hints CBI. Kashmir Reader. 30 December.
Fiona Gartland (2016). Early Christian book shrine caused much soul searching. The Irish Times. 29 December.
David Rising (2016). Modern fight over ancient library. The Journal Gazette. 27 December.
Gulf News (2016). Iraq seizes manuscript worth millions stolen in Kuwait. Kuwait News Agency. 23 December.
Owen Jarus (2016). Hundreds of Historic Texts Hidden in ISIS-Occupied Monastery. Live Science. 16 December.
ICE (2016). ICE and CBP return cultural artifacts to Italy. ICE. 9 December.
University of Surrey (2016). Jordan lead codices not modern forgeries. Heritage Daily. 9 December.
Lauren Young (2016). Bibliomania, the Dark Desire For Books That Infected Europe in the 1800s. Atlas Obscura. 2 December.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Dozens of rare Islamic books seized at Cairo Airport on way to Doha authentic. Ahram Online. 30 November.
Daily Excelsior (2016). HC grants time to CBI in Quran theft case. Daily Excelsior. 13 November.
Autumn Luedke (2016). Stolen historic documents found 8 years later. The Eagle. 7 November.
Candida Moss (2016). Is Israel's Big New Find a Hoax?. The Daily Beast. 6 November.
ICE (2016). 14th century Italian manuscript transferred to ICE following probe. ICE. 4 November.
Steven Litt (2016). Cleveland Museum of Art gives back manuscript page illegally cut from book in Italy. Cleveland.com. 4 November.
BBC News (2016). Italy police recover stolen manuscript after 30 years. BBC News. 28 October.
Esther Addley (2016). Killer of Oxford rare books dealer given 34-year jail sentence. The Guardian. 24 October.
These Sifrei Torah made it through hard times in Poland, Iraq, Portugal, Russia and elsewhere, before being reborn in new communities.( )
The Jerusalem Post (2016). These Sifrei Torah made it through hard times in Poland, Iraq, Portugal, Russia and elsewhere, before being reborn in new communities.. The Jerusalem Post. 24 October.
Owen Jarus (2016). Are These New Dead Sea Scrolls the Real Thing?. Live Science. 10 October.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2016). Nine suspects charged with smuggling rare Torah manuscripts into Israel. Egypt Independent. 7 October.
Sarah Maslin Nir (2016). Man Charged With Stealing Rare Books Worth $20,000 From Manhattan Dealer. The New York Times. 6 October.
Michael Press (2016). Raiders of the Lost Archive: How Newly Discovered Manuscripts of Afghanistan Ended Up in Israel. Hyperallergic. 5 October.
Sarah Maslin Nir (2016). 'We Are a Big Family': Dealers Unite Against Thefts of Rare Books. The New York Times. 4 October.
Chile must retrieve looted books
Denis Merino (2016). Chile debe devolver libros saqueados. Diario Uno. 2 October.
Rebecca Rego Barry (2016). New California Law Will Make Signed Books & Art Harder to Sell. Fine Books Magazine. 29 September.
Gene Marks (2016). Could you return that Declaration of Independence your family stole? Please?. The Washington Post. 23 September.
Bridget Murphy (2016). Battle for Ben Franklin manuscripts could be settled soon. Newsday. 21 September.
Chilliwack Times (2016). Stolen 116-year-old notebook puts focus on pioneer museum in Chilliwack. Chilliwack Times. 1 September.
David Mason (2016). The truth about the Hemingway Heist. The Guardian. 30 August.
Ylenia Gostoli (2016). Israeli museum transfer sets 'dangerous precedent'. Al Jazeera. 24 August.
Mark Glickman (2016). A Culture Returned. UTNE. 18 August.
AFP (2016). Franz Kafka literary legal battle ends as Israel's high court rules in favor of library. The Guardian. 8 August.
Former librarian who stole hundreds of rare antique books worth nearly €200,000 from the National Library of Ireland avoids jail( )
Independent (2016). Former librarian who stole hundreds of rare antique books worth nearly €200,000 from the National Library of Ireland avoids jail. Irish Independent. 27 July.
Daniel K. Eisenbud (2016). High Court of Justice okays transfer of ancient library to western Jerusalem. The Jerusalem Post. 24 July.
Mehr News Agency (2016). Iran's National Library receives 2 rare Quran manuscripts. Mehr News Agency. 23 July.
Raphael Minder (2016). Spanish Archive Raises Franco-Era Ghosts and Shadows of a New Chasm. The New York Times. 16 July.
Blair Rhodes (2016). Art thief John Mark Tillmann granted full parole. CBC. 12 July.
JTA (2016). Netanyahu unwittingly secreted original Auschwitz blueprints to Israel. The Times of Israel. 7 July.
Kirstie Hudson (2016). Heirlooms stolen from a Japanese-Canadian family in 1943 back in B.C.. CBC. 5 July.
Lisa O'Carroll (2016). Man pleads not guilty to murder of Oxford book dealer. The Guardian. 1 July.
Associated Press (2016). Spanish police nab 2 in possession of 10,000 stolen artworks. The Daily Mail. 18 June.
The Journal (2016). Antique dealer jailed after being caught with 57 books stolen from Carton House. The Journal. 17 June.
Ariel Sabar (2016). The Unbelievable Tale of Jesus's Wife. The Atlantic. 17 June.
Ariel Sabar (2016). Karen King Responds to 'The Unbelievable Tale of Jesus's Wife'. The Atlantic. 16 June.
Sunday World (2016). Man who damaged Monet painting jailed for possession of stolen antique books. Sunday World. 16 June.
Simon Worrall (2016). 'Badass Librarians' Foil al Qaeda, Save Ancient Manuscripts. National Geographic. 12 June.
Rachel Weiner (2016). Darwin letter stolen from Smithsonian 30 years ago has been found. The Washington Post. 2 June.
Heide Pearson (2016). Infamous artifact thief John Tillman granted day parole extension. Global News. 26 May.
Ukrinform (2016). PM Groysman orders audit of cultural artefacts after theft of incunabula. Ukrinform. 18 May.
Ukraine Today (2016). Ukraine's first printed book stolen from library. Ukraine Today. 16 May.
Daily Sabah (2016). Police thwart sale of 600-year-old Torah in Istanbul. Daily Sabah. 29 April.
Kristine Power (2016). A treasure returned. Memorial University Gazette. 22 April.
Associated Press (2016). Jewish family makes claims to prized Passover manuscript. The Daily Mail. 21 April.
Jamie Grierson (2016). Historian Adrian Greenwood found murdered at his home. The Guardian. 9 April.
David D'Arcy (2016). Is the Israel Museum's Birds' Head Haggadah Nazi-era loot?. The Art Newspaper. 6 April.
Vaibhav Ganjapure (2016). After Wakatak era coins, probe report vanishes. The Times of India. 31 March.
Tabaré Vázquez expresó preocupación por robo de archivos sobre desaparecidos y la INDDHH denunció intencionalidad de entorpecer investigaciones( )
Tabaré Vázquez expressed concern about the theft of files about the disappeared and the INDDHH denied intent to hinder investigations
La Red 21 (2016). Tabaré Vázquez expresó preocupación por robo de archivos sobre desaparecidos y la INDDHH denunció intencionalidad de entorpecer investigaciones. La Red 21. 30 March.
Sandy Rashty (2016). Yemeni authorities jail Jewish man over airlifted Torah. The Jewish Chronicle. 24 March.
IANS (2016). Lawyer arrested for stealing books from Hyderabad HC. The Times of India. 21 March.
Marouf Ahmad Parray (2016). Theft of Aurangzeb-era Quran: HC directs IO's personal appearance. Kashmir Reader. 20 March.
The Local (2016). Norwegian 'witch' books stolen by Nazis found. The Local. 16 March.
BBC News (2016). Were investors conned into buying rare manuscripts?. BBC News. 15 March.
Dean Kirby (2016). World War I message that told troops conflict was over is stolen. The Independent. 10 March.
Satyasundar Barik (2016). Museum has a history of theft, missing manuscripts. The Hindu. 9 March.
Satyasundar Barik (2016). Priceless palm leaf manuscripts go missing at Odisha State Museum. The Hindu. 8 March.
Sadia Qasim Shah (2016). Bid to smuggle antiquities foiled, two arrested. Dawn. 5 March.
Patrick Reevell (2016). US Returns Stolen Historic Documents to Russia. ABC United States. 3 March.
Ben Hartman (2016). Tel Aviv: Burglars indicted for heist of 17th Century manuscripts. The Jerusalem Post. 28 February.
Yelena Chernenko (2016). U.S. will return stolen historical documents to Russia. Russia Beyond the Headlines. 26 February.
Amel Ahmed (2016). Saving Yemen's heritage, 'heart and soul of classical Islamic tradition'. Al Jazeera. 5 February.
The Journal (2016). Man on trial for having ancient stolen books in his house. The Journal. 27 January.
Sarah Kershaw (2016). The race to save ancient Islamic manuscripts from terrorists who want them destroyed. The Washington Post. 21 January.
Tom Tuite (2016). National Library employee to face trial over theft of 216 books. The Irish Times. 21 January.
Andrew Keshner (2016). Library's Claim to Books Survives Timeliness Challenge. The New York Law Journal. 19 January.
Three arrested for the theft of more than 200 pieces from churches in Burgos province.
Pablo Morquecho Martínez (2016). Tres detenidos por el robo de más de 200 piezas en iglesias de la provincia de Burgos. Tribuna Salamanca. 12 January.
Shlomo Rizel (2016). From Auschwitz to Israel, the Saga of a Long-Lost Mini-Torah. Chabad.org. 11 January.
International Business Times (2015). Brazil: Fire engulfs Portuguese language museum in Sao Paulo, one killed. International Business Times. 22 December.
Haroon Mirani (2015). After 53 years, Kashmir gets back some of its rare artefacts. Greater Kashmir. 20 December.
Aaron Hutchins (2015). Closing the book on John Mark Tillmann's stolen antiques. Maclean's. 14 December.
The theft of the Codex Calixtino: a premise worthy of a script by Berlanga
Pedro García Martín (2015). El robo del Códice Calixtino: una peripecia digna de un guión de Berlanga. El Mundo. 14 December.
El Códice Calixtino optará al Registro de la Memoria del Mundo de la Unesco, lo que reforzaría su protección( )
The Codex Calixtinus has been placed on UNESCO's Memory of the World list to ensure its protection
Europa Press (2015). El Códice Calixtino optará al Registro de la Memoria del Mundo de la Unesco, lo que reforzaría su protección. 20 Minutos. 13 December.
Sarah Laskow (2015). FOUND: A 17th Century Map Stolen from a Library by a Notorious Art Thief. Atlas Obscura. 4 December.
Art, millions, and lusts: the story of the theft of The Codex Calixtinus
Eva Lamarca (2015). Arte, millones y bajas pasiones: la historia del robo del Códice Calixtino. Vanity Fair. 4 December.
Lisa Wangsness (2015). The case of 'The Gospel of Jesus's Wife' still isn't closed. The Boston Globe. 29 November.
Mali manuscripts: Nations treasure trove of ancient books saved from jihadists are once again at risk( )
Kim Sengupta (2015). Mali manuscripts: Nations treasure trove of ancient books saved from jihadists are once again at risk. The Independent. 26 November.
Jennifer Schuessler (2015). Greek New Testament Papyrus Is Discovered on eBay. The New York Times. 20 November.
Marion Maneker (2015). In France, Fears that Rare Book and Manuscript Fund is a €500m Fraud. Art Market Monitor. 19 November.
Associated Press (2015). Former Wyoming museum director gets community service for theft. Billings Gazette. 2 November.
From Chicago to Trani: the diocese recovers 109 ancient parchments
Alessandra Vacca (2015). Da Chicago a Trani: la Diocesi recupera 109 pergamene antiche. Trani Viva. 29 October.
Anjuli Patil (2015). Batman, Captain America vintage comics stolen from Dartmouth driveway. CBC. 28 October.
Antiques Trade Gazette (2015). Royal Institution to sell 'non-core' items. Antiques Trade Gazette. 28 October.
Candida Moss (2015). Exclusive: Feds Investigate Hobby Lobby Boss for Illicit Artifacts. The Daily Beast. 26 October.
Greta Mart (2015). Museum Of The Aleutians Closes After 1801 Bible Found In Director's House. KUCB. 19 October.
Jim Paulin (2015). Crisis rocks Museum of the Aleutians. The Bristol Bay Times. 16 October.
The Cairo Post (2015). Customs officials foil attempt to smuggle rare manuscripts to Qatar. The Cairo Post. 14 October.
eKathimerini (2015). Man, 69, arrested over possession of illicit antiquities. eKathimerini. 13 October.
ICE (2015). ICE returns stolen Charles Darwin book. ICE. 8 October.
Nevine El-Aref (2015). Egypt to prevent sale of stolen antiquities in London. Ahram Online. 5 October.
Meghan E. Irons (2015). Criminal probe into misplaced BPL artwork quietly ends. The Boston Globe. 24 September.
Megan Cottrell (2015). Thwarting Book Thieves. American Libraries Magazine. 16 September.
Noah Charney (2015). The revised mission of the Green family's Museum of the Bible. Tulsa World. 13 September.
Spencer S. Hsu (2015). U.S. judge fines Russia $43.7 million in diplomatic feud over Jewish collection. The Washington Post. 13 September.
Joanna Pasceri (2015). History Museum volunteer accused of stealing artifacts. WKBW. 10 September.
County10 (2015). Former Lander Museum Director found Guilty of Larceny of theft of materials. County10. 28 August.
Press Trust of India (2015). 105-year-old Urdu copy of Ramcharitmanas found. The Hindu. 24 August.
Saikat Ray (2015). Security upgrade at Thakurbari. The Times of India. 23 August.
Pakistan Christian Post (2015). DHS demands TCC and authorities the recovery of Mohenjodaro articles theft. Pakistan Christian Post. 16 August.
The Indian Express (2015). Gang trying to sell 500-yr-old Quran busted in Karnataka. The Indian Express. 13 August.
CBC (2015). Adolf Hitler book stolen from rural museum north of Winnipeg. CBC. 10 August.
Nevine El-Aref (2015). Egypt foils smuggling of 761 law books. Ahram Online. 4 August.
Phil Fairbanks (2015). Accused of thefts from History Museum, former volunteer shifts blame. Buffalo News. 23 July.
Russell Brandom (2015). Comic Conman. The Verge. 22 July.
Massis Post (2015). US Law Firm Files Lawsuit to Return Armenian Property in Incirlik Turkey. Massis Post. 14 July.
Anadolu Agency (2015). Turkish manuscripts returned from US. Hurriyet Daily News. 14 July.
Sol Rieger (2015). Jewish Woman Works to Return 100 Torahs Ransacked by Nazis. JP Updates. 6 July.
The Economist (2015). Rare books: Foiling the thiefs. The Economist. 2 July.
Richard Suchet (2015). Tome Raiders: Rare Items Stolen From Libraries. Sky News. 25 June.
Hasan Ay (2015). Stolen manuscripts returned to Turkey. Daily Sabah. 25 June.
U.S. Attorney's Office (2015). United States Returns Stolen Antique Books to the National Library of Sweden. FBI. 17 June.
The Advertiser (2015). SA Police search for Boer War artefacts, papers stolen from State Library. Perth Now. 12 June.
Sarah Laskow (2015). Libraries And Cities Are Terrible At Keeping Track of Art. Atlas Obscura. 11 June.
Suzanne Vega (2015). Senators Attempt to Protect Stolen Jewish Artifacts in Iraq From ISIS. JP Updates. 10 June.
Yvonne Abraham (2015). A rush to judge at the Boston Public Library. The Boston Globe. 6 June.
Shelley Murphy (2015). Two missing artworks found at Boston Public Library. The Boston Globe. 4 June.
Shafaq Hasan (2015). Boston's Mayor Walsh Fears Other Valuables Also Missing from BPL. Nonprofit Quarterly. 2 June.
Matt Stout (2015). BPL got security advice from cops, MFA in 2012. Boston Herald. 30 May.
Shelley Murphy (2015). Audit faults security at Boston Public Library. The Boston Globe. 26 May.
Shelley Murphy (2015). Lax security cited in artworks' disappearance. The Boston Globe. 23 May.
Nestor Ramos (2015). Library worker placed on leave as art remains missing. The Boston Globe. 21 May.
Shelley Murphy (2015). Library employee may have taken artwork, police say. The Boston Globe. 20 May.
Jack Encarnacao (2015). Rembrandt, Dürer artwork missing from Boston Public Library. Boston Herald. 19 May.
Dalya Alberge (2015). Rare book experts join forces to stop tome raiders. The Guardian. 17 May.
BBC News (2015). Colombia police recover Garcia Marquez first edition. BBC News. 9 May.
Rob Crilly (2015). How Alan Turing's secret notebook could disappear forever. The Telegraph. 11 April.
Mee-yoo Kwan (2015). Lost Yi Sun-shin book found in museum. Korea Times. 6 April.
Jerusalem Post (2015). Watch: Historic Jewish text from Prague stolen years ago found in Israel. The Jerusalem Post. 4 April.
Clare Mellor (2015). Thousands of artifacts stolen by John Tillmann going home. The Chronicle Herald. 31 March.
Lori Nickel (2015). UPDATE: Stolen items from historic Trondhjem Church are recovered. News-Review. 27 March.
Lori Nickel (2015). Local artifacts stolen during a break-in at historic Trondhjem Church. News-Review. 26 March.
Attempted theft of the marriage certificate of the son of Martí to remove it from Cuba thwarted
Daniel Benítez (2015). Frustran intento de robo de acta matrimonial del hijo de Martí para sacarla de Cuba. Cafe Fuerte. 6 February.
BGN News (2015). Authorities seize ancient Hebrew book written on deer skin. BGN News. 3 February.
Boing Boing (2014). UK cultural institutions leave their WWI cases empty to protest insane copyright. BoingBoing. 2 November.
Shane Phelan (2014). Foreign experts brought in to beef up security at the National Library. Irish Independent. 4 October.
RAPSI (2014). Russia's Supreme Court upholds sentence in Gutenberg Bible theft case. RAPSI. 4 September.
Tom Edwards (2014). Are county's historic archives for sale? Council denies speculation. Worcester News. 8 August.
BBC News (2014). Russia sentences secret agents over theft of Gutenberg Bible. BBC News. 6 June.
CCTV (2014). 28,000 Ancient Books Returned to China. CCTV. 5 May.
David Ng (2014). Getty Museum to return 12th century New Testament to Greece monastery. Los Angeles Times. 7 April.
Dalje (2014). Hearings in Croatia-Serbia case before ICJ to end on Tuesday. Dalje. 31 March.
Papyrus, Provenance and Looting 2 March 2014, New York Times UN Agencies Launch New Anti-trafficking Campaign( )
Douglas Boin (2014). Papyrus, Provenance and Looting 2 March 2014, New York Times UN Agencies Launch New Anti-trafficking Campaign. RTT News. 6 March.