Janice Phiri (2021). Germany is to return Nigeria's Benin Bronzes. News 24. 18 August.
Deborah Anderson (2021). Glasgow's collection of looted Benin bronzes could be repatriated to Nigeria. The Herald. 17 August.
Reece Goodall (2021). NY Met to repatriate two Benin Bronzes. The Boar. 16 August.
Vanguard (2021). FG receives stolen Ile-Ife Artifact from Mexico. Vanguard. 8 April.
London's Horniman Museum to consider returning Benin Bronzes and other artefacts to countries of origin( )
The National (2021). London's Horniman Museum to consider returning Benin Bronzes and other artefacts to countries of origin. The National. 8 April.
Charles Helm (2021). Graffiti threatens precious evidence of ancient life on South Africa's coast. The Conversation. 31 March.
Annabelle Steffes-Halmer (2021). Benin's bronzes: The long road to returning looted colonial art. DW. 31 March.
Pierre John Felcenloben (2021). Returning colonial-era artefacts is not as easy as it seems, say experts. Dutch News. 29 March.
Annabelle Steffes-Halmer (2021). Is Germany promising to return artefacts looted from Benin?. DW. 29 March.
NLTimes (2021). At least 114 objects exhibited in Dutch museums were stolen from Nigeria. NLTimes. 27 March.
Tom Kington (2021). Ancient city of Cyrene looted for its treasures. The Times. 25 March.
AFP (2021). Bulldozers and looting threaten Libya's ancient treasures. France 24. 25 March.
Charlotte Higgins (2021). Doubts cast over provenance of unearthed Sappho poems. The Guardian. 25 March.
How the ancient city of Cyrene near Libya, a world heritage site in danger, faces threats of bulldozers and loot( )
AFP (2021). How the ancient city of Cyrene near Libya, a world heritage site in danger, faces threats of bulldozers and loot. Firstpost. 25 March.
`The movement is unstoppable': African scholars and activists hail German plan to return Benin bronzes( )
Catherine Hickley (2021). `The movement is unstoppable': African scholars and activists hail German plan to return Benin bronzes. The Art Newspaper. 24 March.
Lanre Bakare (2021). University of Aberdeen to return pillaged Benin bronze to Nigeria. The Guardian. 24 March.
Helen Holmes (2021). Germany is In Accelerated Talks to Definitively Return Its Benin Bronzes to Nigeria. Observer. 23 March.
Dan Hicks (2021). Britain stole the royal, sacred Benin Bronzes from Nigeria—so why is Germany leading their return?. The Art Newspaper. 23 March.
Philip Oltermann (2021). Berlin's plan to return Benin bronzes piles pressure on UK museums. The Guardian. 23 March.
Catherine Hickley (2021). Germany moves towards full restitution of Benin bronzes. The Art Newspaper. 22 March.
Alex Greenberger (2021). Berlin Museum Won't Show Benin Bronzes, Begins to Pursue Return of Artifacts. ARTnews. 22 March.
Nevine El-Aref (2021). Egypt: Artefacts repatriated. Ahram Online. 17 March.
Diana Neille (2021). Johannesburg Art Heist? The burden of the artist's proof. Daily Maverick. 16 March.
Barnaby Phillips (2021). The art dealer, the £10m Benin Bronze and the Holocaust. BBC News. 14 March.
Kwame Opoku (2021). Will Provenance Research Delay Restitution Of Looted African Artefacts?. Modern Ghana. 14 March.
Charlie Parker (2020). Britain `best place to keep stolen Benin Bronzes safe'. The Times. 22 December.
Harrison Mwilima (2020). Africa must unite to demand stolen art's return. DW. 21 December.
Philani Nombembe (2020). Investigation accuses Robben Island Museum officials of mismanagement. Times. 19 December.
Kwame Opoku (2020). Barazani, Berlin-Based Ngo Urges Prussian Heritage Foundation To Restitute Looted Benin Artefacts. Modern Ghana. 18 December.
Najeh Mouelhi-Makani (2020). Amid pillaging and looting, Tunisia struggles to preserve its Jewish heritage. The Times of Israel. 18 December.
Restitution Activist Mwazulu Diyabanza Must Pay the Louvre €5,000 for Taking an Artwork From a Display Case( )
Kate Brown (2020). Restitution Activist Mwazulu Diyabanza Must Pay the Louvre €5,000 for Taking an Artwork From a Display Case. Artnet News. 18 December.
Ahram Online (2020). Egypt demands Italy to hand over former Italian diplomats over smuggled antiquities case. Ahram Online. 18 December.
French Senators Just Rejected a Bill That Would Have Enabled the Quick Restitution of 27 Looted Artifacts to Benin and Senegal( )
Naomi Rea (2020). French Senators Just Rejected a Bill That Would Have Enabled the Quick Restitution of 27 Looted Artifacts to Benin and Senegal. Artnet News. 17 December.
Sifelani Tsiko (2020). Patrice Lumumba's Homecoming: Belgium to Return Tooth of Murdered African Hero. Black Star News. 16 December.
Gitura Mwaura (2020). Could US Supreme Court help repatriate looted African artifacts in Europe?. The New Times. 14 December.
Regan Thaw (2020). Ace Magashule's Former Bodyguard Found Guilty of Stealing Pierneef Painting. Eyewitness News. 11 December.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2020). Police arrest photographer and model behind controversial Saqqara photoshoot. Egypt Independent. 1 December.
Lutz Mükke, Adie Vanessa Offiong (2020). Inside illicit trade in West Africa's oldest artworks – Part 2. The Guardian Nigeria. 29 November.
'Restitution is important but it is not essential': the African museums building a homegrown cultural revival( )
Ayodeji Rotinwa (2020). 'Restitution is important but it is not essential': the African museums building a homegrown cultural revival. The Art Newspaper. 27 November.
Naija 247 News (2020). Nigeria receives repatriated 600-year-old Ife Tarrecotta. Naija 247 News. 27 November.
Archaeological Unit of Rafah Land Port, Custom Authorities succeeded in seizing 9 archaeological coins( )
Egypt Today (2020). Archaeological Unit of Rafah Land Port, Custom Authorities succeeded in seizing 9 archaeological coins. Egypt Today. 26 November.
Eric Otieno (2020). Why Restitution Won't Happen If Europe Controls the Terms. Frieze. 25 November.
Lutz Mükke, Adie Vanessa Offiong (2020). Inside the Illicit Trade in West Africa's Oldest Artworks. Zam Magazine. 24 November.
Vincent Noce (2020). New York authorities return ancient stele to Egypt. The Art Newspaper. 23 November.
Murray Scougall (2020). "Holding on to stolen African objects, hiding them away, is plain wrong". The Sunday Post. 17 November.
Kwame Opoku (2020). Dutch Are Taking Giant Steps Towards Restitution Of Looted Artefacts. Modern Ghana. 16 November.
Middle East Eye (2020). Egypt: Anger at loan of Islamic artefacts to Saudi Arabia for two years. Middle East Eye. 15 November.
Mark Brown (2020). New museum in Nigeria raises hopes of resolution to Benin bronzes dispute. The Guardian. 14 November.
Suyin Haynes (2020). The battle get our art back. The Southern Times Africa. 13 November.
Alexis Akwagyiram (2020). Nigeria expects more Benin Bronze returns as soon as next year. Reuters. 12 November.
Daily Trust (2020). West Africa: Inside the Illicit Trade in West Africa's Oldest Artworks. All Africa. 11 November.
Jeanette Chabalala (2020). Stolen Pierneef painting: Magashule's ex-guard wanted to make quick millions, State charges. News 24. 9 November.
France 24 (2020). Pandemic harms efforts to rein in antiquities theft. France 24. 9 November.
Katherine Keener (2020). French Senate approves the return of 27 African cultural objects to Benin and Senegal. Art Critique. 8 November.
al Khaleej Today (2020). The seizure of a person while excavating antiquities at his home. al Khaleej Today. 6 November.
Pulse (2020). The Netherlands returns 'stolen' Ife terracotta head to Nigerian. Pulse. 5 November.
Stephanie De La Rey (2020). SA Hip Hop museum allegedly trashed after reports of a break-in. Briefly. 5 November.
Helen Holmes (2020). France Passes a Bill to Return Looted Art to Benin and Senegal Within a Year. Observer. 5 November.
Jessica Carpani (2020). Benin Bronzes must be returned to Africa, says curator of Oxford's Pitt Rivers Museum. The Telegraph. 5 November.
Nevine El-Aref (2020). Egypt recovers part of sarcophagus from Italy. Ahram Online. 5 November.
Zaza Hlalethwa (2020). Here today, gone tomorrow: A brief look at art thefts in South Africa. News 24. 3 November.
Lindokuhle Nkosi (2020). Attempted robbery at MuseumAfrica causes flood, raises concern over heritage sector management. News 24. 3 November.
Samuel Gatachew (2020). Ethiopia: The fight to repatriate artefacts is far from over. The Africa Report. 3 November.
Angela Ufheil (2020). The History of Museums Is More Fraught Than You Might Think. 5280. 3 November.
Oluwole Ige (2020). We Didn't Loot Ancestral Antiquities ― Ila Orangun Ruling House. Nigerian Tribune. 1 November.
Billionaire Congolese Art Collector Sindika Dokolo, Who Championed the Restitution of African Art, Has Died at Age 48( )
Kate Brown (2020). Billionaire Congolese Art Collector Sindika Dokolo, Who Championed the Restitution of African Art, Has Died at Age 48. ArtNet News. 30 October.
Vincent Noce (2020). French dealer sues over Egyptian stele seized on way to Tefaf New York. The Art Newspaper. 4 September.
Egypt Independent (2020). Climbing up Egyptian antiquities without license now punishable with 1 month imprisonment. Egypt Independent. 3 September.
Almut Dieden (2020). Colonial art: The case of a piece stolen from Cameroon. CW. 2 September.
Garbrielle Hickmon (2020). The Long Fight for Restitution. Condé Nast Traveler. 28 August.
David Styles (2020). Black Lives Matter, Benin Bronzes and Britishness: how can UK museums decolonise?. Museums and Heritage Advisor. 27 August.
Mai Lynn Miller Nguyen, Onyekachi Wambu (2020). Q&A: Racial Justice and Restitution. Open Society Foundations. 26 August.
Wim Bossema (2020). Let Western Museums Lease the Art Stolen in Colonial Times. Zam Magazine. 24 August.
BBC News (2020). Sudan's Jabal Maragha: Illegal gold diggers destroy ancient site. BBC News. 24 August.
Desconocimiento y falta de interés por la conservación ha provocado la destrucción de sitios arqueológicos en Chiapas( )
Ignorance and lack of interest in conservation has led to the destruction of archaeological sites in Chiapas
Adriana Santos (2020). Desconocimiento y falta de interés por la conservación ha provocado la destrucción de sitios arqueológicos en Chiapas. Chiapas Paralelo. 23 August.
Cnaan Liphshiz (2020). More than 30 headstones damaged at South African Jewish cemetery. Forward. 21 August.
DW (2020). Burundi to demand €36 billion from Germany, Belgium for colonial rule: report. DW. 16 August.
Catherine Hickley (2020). How recent anti-racism protests have pushed a longstanding debate about colonial looting in Europe. The Art Newspaper. 14 August.
AFP (2020). Benin restores slavery monuments to testify to brutal past. France 24. 11 August.
Nick Lunch, Tricia Jenkins (2020). Living cultures: decolonising cultural spaces. Ecologist. 11 August.
Adeola Ogunlade (2020). \d Ogbak\d o Odinani Worldwide calls for the return of stolen artifacts. The Nation. 8 August.
The Economist (2020). Activist curators are sharpening the debate on restitution. The Economist. 8 August.
Jeffrey Young (2020). Returning Lost and Stolen African Art and Antiquities. Voice of America. 7 August.
The Sun (2020). Igbo group calls for return of stolen artifacts. The Sun. 4 August.
Masimba Mavaza (2020). Mbuya Nehanda's remains are still in a London Museum as she is insulted by Ryton Dzimiri. Bulawayo 24. 2 August.
Samuel Reilly (2020). Private enterprise – the individuals who are taking restitution into their own hands. Apollo. 1 August.
Kwame Opoku (2020). France Moves Closer To Restitution Of Artefacts To Benin And Senegal. Modern Ghana. 30 July.
Rachel Delia Benaim (2020). Relocation of Egyptian Sphinxes Exposes Them to Potential Environmental Damage, Experts Fear. The Weather Channel. 19 May.
Tobias Grey (2020). A Virtual Homecoming for Lost Treasures. The Wall Street Journal. 15 May.
Kelvin Okereafor (2020). Obaseki, German Govt Parley on Return of Benin Stolen Artifacts, Completion of Edo Museum. The Nigerian Observer. 18 March.
Reuters (2020). Sufi cultural sites targeted amid ongoing civil war in Libya. Daily Sabah. 16 March.
Craig Simpson (2020). Natural History Museum responds to demands to repatriate ancient human skull back to Africa. The Telegraph. 14 March.
Matilda Coleman (2020). Zimbabwe recovers iconic statues of birds stolen during colonialism | Zimbabwe News. UP News. 13 March.
Egypt Today (2020). Egypt, Greece ministers tackle combating illegal trafficking in antiquities. Egypt Today. 22 February.
Janene Pieters (2020). Netherlands Returns Stolen 18th Century Ceremonial Crown to Ethiopia. NLTimes. 20 February.
Associated Press (2020). Egypt Sentences Ex-Minister's Brother for Artifact Smuggling. The New York Times. 15 February.
The Economist (2020). Oxford University restores Maasai artefacts. The Economist. 13 February.
Mustafa Marie (2020). Spain takes protection measures for Temple of Debod after Hawass visits Madrid. Egypt Today. 11 February.
Fin Kavanagh (2020). Universities give back relics after pressure over `colonial wrongs'. The Times. 10 February.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2020). Parliament approves law amendments punishing obscene acts in Egypt's archaeological sites. Egypt Independent. 10 February.
Mohamed El-Shamaa (2020). Egypt grapples with smuggling of artifacts. Arab News. 8 February.
Olivier Marbot (2020). Why France is dragging its feet to repatriate looted African artworks. The Africa Report. 6 February.
Carien Du Plessis (2020). Germany needs to confront its not-so-hidden history of colonial slaughter in Namibia. Daily Maverick. 6 February.
Unlimited Inventiveness: Horniman Museum To Discuss Benin Artefacts With Nigerian And British Artists In London( )
Kwame Opoku (2020). Unlimited Inventiveness: Horniman Museum To Discuss Benin Artefacts With Nigerian And British Artists In London. Modern Ghana. 3 February.
Alex Mitchley (2020). Man to appear in court for allegedly stealing Pierneef painting from Free State premier's office. News 24. 3 February.
Lisa Bryant (2020). Benin Museum Celebrates Return of Precious Artifacts from France. Voice of America. 17 January.
Manthia Diawara (2020). A Letter to President Macron: Reparations Before Restitution. Hyperallergic. 16 January.
D.L. Cade (2020). Instagram and YouTube Star Jailed for Climbing The Great Pyramid of Giza. Peta Pixel. 16 January.
John Kamau (2019). Time is ripe to fight for return of African artefacts. Daily Nation. 4 August.
Seychelles News Agency (2019). UNESCO assisting Seychelles to protect its cultural property against trafficking. Seychelles News Agency. 1 August.
John Wanjohi (2019). US Museum Returns Artifacts Stolen from Kenya over 150 Years Ago. Mwakilishi. 31 July.
Henri Neuendorf (2019). Germany Is Returning Artifacts Stolen From a Namibian Freedom Fighter During Its Colonial Rule. ArtNet News. 15 February.
Colin Moynihan (2019). Met Museum to Return Prize Artifact Because It Was Stolen. The New York Times. 15 February.
Mustafa Marie (2019). Zahi Hawass demands retrieval of Egypt's looted artifacts. Egypt Today. 14 February.
Mira Maged (2019). Former minister's brother arrested for smuggled antiquities. Egypt Independent. 14 February.
Egyptian Streets (2019). Stolen Ancient Egyptian Artifact Retrieved at Amsterdam. Egyptian Streets. 13 February.
Asharq Al-Awsat (2019). Scotland Insists on Legal Right to Keep Pyramid Stone, Egypt Awaits Documents. Asharq Al-Awsat. 13 February.
Anyang Nyong'o (2019). Return Africa's artwork home. The Star. 9 February.
Nancy Kenney (2019). Brooklyn Museum's detective work reveals original owners of African mask. The Art Newspaper. 7 February.
Severin Carrell (2019). Museum of Scotland says Egyptian pyramid stone is not stolen. The Guardian. 6 February.
Egypt Today (2019). Citizen excavating for antiquities near Pyramids arrested. Egypt Today. 5 February.
Gareth Harris (2019). Nigeria calls for return of Lander Stool from the British Museum. The Art Newspaper. 4 February.
Mira Maged (2019). Illegal excavation near Giza accidentally uncovers ancient tomb. Egypt Independent. 4 February.
This Daily (2019). Lagos Writes British Museum, Demands Return of Stolen Sculpture. This Daily. 4 February.
Asharq Al-Awsat (2019). Egypt Foils Attempt to Smuggle Egyptian Antiquities Into Turkey. Asharq Al-Awsat. 4 February.
Ahram Online (2019). Egypt police find ancient burial site while investigating illegal dig at house near Pyramids. Ahram Online. 3 February.
Tarisai Ngangura (2019). The Fight to Repatriate African Skulls in European Museum Collections. Vice. 25 January.
Middle East Monitor (2019). Egypt police raid `illegal' properties near pyramids. Middle East Monitor. 23 January.
Sönje Storm (2019). Colonial art restitution: 'The desire is not to wipe museums clean'. DW. 23 January.
Mark Horton (2019). Returning looted artifacts will finally restore heritage to the brilliant cultures that made them. CNN. 22 January.
Nevine El-Aref (2019). Antiquities ministry starts inventory of artefact storehouses throughout Egypt. Ahram Online. 22 January.
Looters Beware: The British Museum Is Leading an International Task Force Fighting the Illicit Trade in Egyptian Antiquities( )
Javier Pes (2019). Looters Beware: The British Museum Is Leading an International Task Force Fighting the Illicit Trade in Egyptian Antiquities. ArtNet News. 21 January.
Liam Kirkaldy (2019). The UK's past means disputes over its museum contents are inevitable. Holyrood. 18 January.
Yarri Kamara (2019). Africa: Dear the West, Why Do You Find It So Hard to Say Sorry?. All Africa. 17 January.
Eveline De Klerk (2019). American museum closes viewing of Namibian human remains. New Era. 14 January.
Vincent Noce (2018). The repatriation debate intensifies as calls for post-colonial restitution grow—but is it legal?. The Art Newspaper. 27 December.
Wiebke Ahrndt (2018). German museums 'willing to return' looted colonial objects. DW. 26 December.
Vanguard (2018). Photo exhibition on looted Benin artefacts opens in Edo. Vanguard. 22 December.
Becky Little (2018). Will the British Museum Ever Return These Stolen Artifacts?. History. 21 December.
Egypt Independent (2018). Egyptian Ex-Minister Calls for Return of Nefertiti's Bust From Germany. Albawaba. 21 December.
Safa Alharathy (2018). Artefacts thieves in Sabratha caught in the act. Libya Observer. 20 December.
AFP (2018). I.Coast calls on France to return 148 artworks. RTL. 20 December.
Amina Blackwood-Meeks (2018). The Art Of Reparatory Justice. The Gleaner. 16 December.
Ruth Michaelson (2018). Egypt arrests two people accused of helping stage naked photoshoot on pyramid. The Guardian. 14 December.
Kieron Monks (2018). British Museum to return Benin bronzes to Nigeria. CNN. 14 December.
Adbi Latif Dahir (2018). Kenya is starting to track its valuable stolen artifacts worldwide—with German help. Quartz. 12 December.
Egypt Today (2018). Iraqi Federal Police arrests 2 people attempting to sell pharaonic antiquities. Egypt Today. 9 November.
Antwaun Sargent (2018). Akinola Davies Jr. Is Reclaiming African Treasures Stolen by White Colonizers. Vice. 7 November.
Adelani Adepegba (2018). Return our artifacts, Oba of Benin tells Prince of Wales. Punch. 6 November.
Reuters (2018). Vandalism and Neglect Haunt Libya's Ancient Heritage Sites. Epoch Times. 1 November.
Zahi Hawass (2018). Will the London obelisk return to Egypt?. Egypt Independent. 31 October.
Amr Mohamed Kandil (2018). Saqqara police arrests 4 people attempting to sell ancient coffin. Egypt Today. 30 October.
Nevine El-Aref (2018). Bronze decorations stolen from Fayoum mosque door: Antiquities ministry. Ahram Online. 29 October.
Vanguard (2018). Obaseki rallies EU museums, others for return of Benin stolen artefacts. Vanguard. 26 October.
Rory Bester (2018). Apartheid-era tastes still influence auction prices for South African art. Quartz. 7 October.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2018). Two brothers killed during illegal excavation for antiquities in Sohag. Egypt Independent. 6 October.
Albawaba (2018). Egyptian Police Arrest 3 for Illegal Digging for Artefacts. Albawaba. 2 October.
James Karuhanga (2018). Rwanda confirms Belgium willing to return archives. The New Times. 30 September.
Nevine El-Aref (2018). A relief of king Amenhotep I recovered from London. Ahram Online. 21 September.
Nigerian Tribune (2018). Edo Fest 2018 to display pictures of stolen artefacts, cultural heritage —Commissioner. Nigerian Tribune. 15 September.
Chris McGreal (2018). Plagiarism or remixing? South African photographer accuses artist of theft. The Guardian. 13 September.
Osa Mbonu (2018). Unending talks about return of stolen Benin artifacts. Vanguard. 10 September.
Adie Vanessa Offiong (2018). Edo monarch calls for return of stolen artefacts. Daily Trust. 9 September.
Gareth Harris (2018). President Macron, African art and the question of restitution. The Financial Times. 7 September.
Alexander Okere (2018). Return stolen artefacts, Benin monarch tells UK. Punch. 5 September.
Ayat Al Tawy (2018). Egypt police arrest artifact gang in Cairo, seize ancient pieces: Ministry. Ahram Online. 5 September.
Yemi Olakitan (2018). Olasode in search of Africa's stolen treasure. The Guardian. 2 September.
Abdulkader Assad (2018). Libya recovers antiquities from the United States. The Libya Observer. 19 July.
Egypt Today (2018). Archeologist denies reports on replacing basalt tiles floor with asphalt at Al Moez st.. Egypt Today. 19 July.
Farah Tawfeek (2018). Ministry of Antiquities receives 116 antiques after failure to smuggle them abroad. Egypt Independent. 16 July.
Noah Yoo (2018). Kendrick and SZA Ask Judge to Block Profits in "All the Stars' Lawsuit. Pitchfork. 13 July.
Africa Times (2018). Egypt arrests 7 for illegal archaeology and antiquities removal. Africa Times. 11 July.
Tajudeen Sowole (2018). Why proposed 'loaning' of looted Benin artefacts to Nigeria may stop restitution plans. The Guardian. 11 July.
Dale Berning Sawa (2018). Watch the throne: why artist Thierry Oussou faked an archaeological dig. The Guardian. 9 July.
Egypt Today (2018). Egypt's smuggled treasures to Italy exhibited at Egyptian Museum. Egypt Today. 4 July.
Alex Williams (2018). Westminster Abbey urged by African ambassador to hand over looted relic. Premier. 4 July.
Zimbabwe Daily (2018). Njelele shrine bombed. Zimbabwe Daily. 3 July.
Ilaria Maria Sala (2018). France is preparing to return African artifacts looted in its colonial era. Quartz. 2 July.
Martin Bailey (2018). Ethiopia claims Ten Commandments tablet hidden in Westminster Abbey. The Art Newspaper. 2 July.
Sindika Dokolo (2018). Returning looted African art is as urgent as giving back works stolen by the Nazis. The Art Newspaper. 2 July.
Walaa Ali (2018). Antique sarcophagus found by security forces in Alexandria. Egypt Today. 1 July.
Jacopo Gnisci (2018). The looted Ethiopian artefacts that ended up in UK museums. Apollo. 31 May.
AFP (2018). France weighs how to return Africa's plundered art. The Local. 27 May.
Egyptian Streets (2018). Italian Police Forces Seize Stolen Egyptian Artifacts in Naples. Egyptian Streets. 23 May.
Philip Oltermann (2018). Germany moves slowly on returning museum exhibits to ex-colonies. The Guardian. 17 May.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Hamburg museum says its Benin bronzes could return to Nigeria—but not yet. The Art Newspaper. 11 May.
Laura Chesters (2018). British Museum launches Egyptian antiquities database to track looted artefacts. Antiques Trade Gazette. 4 May.
AFP (2018). Cyprus hands Egypt ancient artefacts stolen in 1980s. News24. 2 May.
Akeem Lasisi (2018). Tola Wewe battles to regain his lost-but-found painting. Punch. 27 April.
Ryan Lenora Brown (2018). In Congo, a new national museum renews quest to reclaim history. The Christian Science Monitor. 27 April.
Marina Gamil (2018). New law intensifies penalties for antiquity-related crimes. Egypt Today. 24 April.
Ruth Michaelson (2018). Egypt to fine people who pester tourists. The Guardian. 24 April.
Kumerra Gemechu (2018). Ethiopia says British museum must permanently return its artifacts. Reuters. 23 April.
Simon Ndonga (2018). FBI to hand over artefact stolen in Nairobi. Capital News. 18 April.
Chevon Booysen (2018). Artwork depicting corruption vandalised. IOL. 18 April.
Damola Durosomo (2018). Taking Back Our History: Understanding African Art Repatriation. Okay Africa. 16 April.
Jamal Jawhar (2018). Two Thieves Steal Bells from Historic Church in Libya. Asharq Al-Awsat. 16 April.
James Tapper (2018). Ethiopians urge Britain to return bones of 'stolen' prince after 150 years. The Guardian. 14 April.
James Jeffrey (2018). Britain's Secret Theft of Ethiopia's Most Wondrous Manuscripts. Atlas Obscura. 11 April.
Samar Kadi (2018). World heritage in Syria and Libya agonising under the world's idle eyes. The Arab Weekly. 8 April.
Tereasa Dias (2018). No breakthrough in Thulamela artefact theft. Lowvelder. 7 April.
Safa Alharathy (2018). U.S. Embassy holds training to safeguard Libya's rich cultural heritage. The Libya Observer. 7 April.
Ethiosports (2018). Ethiopia Rejects Claims Of Agreeing To Take Treasures On Loan Basis. Ethiosports. 7 April.
Douglas Currie (2018). British museums and looted treasures. The Guardian. 5 April.
The Nation (2018). Stolen artefacts: Oba of Benin, Obaseki to build world-class Museum. The Nation. 5 April.
Looted is a loaded word – but shouldn't the cultural wonders of the ancient world be admired in their country of origin?( )
Jonathan Gornall (2018). Looted is a loaded word – but shouldn't the cultural wonders of the ancient world be admired in their country of origin?. The National. 5 April.
Egypt Independent (2018). 72 officials charged with theft after turning ancient archaeological site into parking lot. Egypt Independent. 5 April.
Mark Brown (2018). Looted Ethiopian treasures in UK could be returned on loan. The Guardian. 3 April.
Safa Alharathy (2018). Sabha's historic castle hit with rockets as tribal tension continues. The Libya Observer. 2 April.
BBC News (2018). Nelson Mandela's golden hand casts sell for $10m in bitcoin. BBC News. 27 March.
Xinhua (2018). Egypt retrieves mummy parts smuggled to U.S. over 90 years ago. New China. 27 March.
Xinhua (2018). Spotlight: Libyan archaeological sites threatened by theft and armed conflict. Xinhua. 23 March.
The Economist (2018). A symbolic struggle over ancient manuscripts. The Economist. 22 March.
PRI (2018). How human remains from a forgotten genocide were stolen and collected in New York City. PRI. 26 January.
Sana Elouazi (2018). Morocco Opens Investigation into Auction of Dinosaur Tail Fossils in Mexico. Morocco World News. 19 January.
Rana Atef (2018). Police seize ancient Egyptian, Greek artifacts in Upper Egypt. Egypt Today. 18 January.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2018). Historical door at Giza Pyramids stolen. Egypt Independent. 15 January.
Kwame Opoku (2018). Musée Du Quai Branly As Ally In Quest For Restitution Of African Artefacts?. Modern Ghana. 15 January.
Catherine Hickley (2018). Paris's Dapper Foundation stalls talks over Cameroonian sculpture. The Art Newspaper. 12 January.
Jason Daley (2018). After More Than 90 Years, Looted Mummy Parts Repatriated to Egypt. Smithsonian. 9 January.
Jean Hopfensperger (2018). Minnesota monk Columba Stewart rescues ancient manuscripts from modern threats. Star Tribune. 7 January.
Xinhua (2018). Ugandan tourism ministry hails China's "fantastic" ivory trade ban. Xinhua. 4 January.
Egypt Today (2018). Antiquities smugglers to face up to life imprisonment: Amendment. Egypt Today. 3 January.
Ancient Egyptian Mummy's Skull and Dismembered Hands to be Returned to Egypt 90 Years After Being Taken to the U.S.( )
Callum Paton (2018). Ancient Egyptian Mummy's Skull and Dismembered Hands to be Returned to Egypt 90 Years After Being Taken to the U.S.. Newsweek. 3 January.
Kwame Opoku (2017). Nigeria Demands Unconditional Return Of Looted Artefacts: A Season Of Miracles?. Modern Ghana. 31 December.
Ahram Online (2017). Egyptian prosecutors launch investigation into theft from Agricultural Museum. Ahram Online. 28 December.
Tony Okuyeme (2017). Lost artifact: Stealing of Nigeria's history, identity. New Telegraph. 28 December.
Peter Afolabi Akanbi (2017). Using technology to tackle theft and trafficking of antiquities. Nigerian Tribune. 28 December.
Albawaba (2017). 329 Smuggled Ancient Coins Seized in Cairo Airport En Route to France. Albawaba. 26 December.
Egypt Today (2017). Bid to smuggle collectibles of Mohamed Ali family, King Farouq foiled. Egypt Today. 25 December.
News Agency of Nigeria (2017). Return of stolen artefacts, last stage of Africa's decolonization – Commission. The News. 23 December.
Adelani Adepegba (2017). Art dealers lament losses, demand probe of market fire. Punch. 22 December.
News Agency of Nigeria (2017). Commission wants unconditional return of stolen works. Vanguard. 22 December.
Kwame Opoku (2017). Humboldt Forum And Selective Amnesia: Research Instead Of Restitution Of African Artefacts.. Modern Ghana. 22 December.
Egypt Today (2017). Life imprisonment, fine of LE 1M for smuggling antiquities. Egypt Today. 19 December.
Tinka Adeniran (2017). Curators, scholars charge govt on loot of artefacts. The Nation. 11 December.
Macron Promises To Return African Artefacts In French Museums: A New Era In African-European Relationships Or A Mirage?( )
Kwame Opoku (2017). Macron Promises To Return African Artefacts In French Museums: A New Era In African-European Relationships Or A Mirage?. Modern Ghana. 10 December.
Egypt Today (2017). Hurghada Airport thwarts smuggling of 102 artifacts. Egypt Today. 9 December.
Egypt Today (2017). Cairo Airport thwarts smuggling of 28 historic coins. Egypt Today. 6 December.
All Africa (2017). Liberia: Govt Announces the Re-Opening of National Museum. All Africa. 28 November.
World Museum, Vienna, Re-Opens: Renovated Premises For Cultural Objects Of Others But No Solution For Restitution.( )
Kwame Opoku (2017). World Museum, Vienna, Re-Opens: Renovated Premises For Cultural Objects Of Others But No Solution For Restitution.. Modern Ghana. 27 November.
BBC News (2017). 'Indiana Joan': 95-year-old accused of looting Middle East tombs. BBC News. 24 November.
Associated Press (2017). 'Indiana Joan': Perth woman, 95, accused of looting Egypt artefacts. The Guardian. 24 November.
Simon Allison (2017). A broken museum, in a broken country: Meet the man trying to save CAR's history. Mail & Guardian. 24 November.
Walid Abdul Rahman (2017). Minister of Antiquities: 33,000 Egyptian Artefacts are Missing. Asharq Al-Awsat. 22 November.
Hani Sameer (2017). Egypt's Antiquities Ministry struggles with smuggling. Al Monitor. 21 November.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2017). Egypt awaits return of stolen Ramses II ship from Cyprus. Egypt Independent. 21 November.
International law prevents recovery of Rosetta Stone from UK, Egypt's antiquities minister tells MPs( )
Gamal Essam El-Din (2017). International law prevents recovery of Rosetta Stone from UK, Egypt's antiquities minister tells MPs. Ahram Online. 20 November.
Egypt Independent (2017). Egypt to retrieve 14 artifacts from Cyprus. Egypt Independent. 19 November.
Cyprus Mail (2017). Egypt requests return of ancient vessel through normal procedure. Cyprus Mail. 19 November.
Elias Hazou (2017). MPs want stolen 'Sisi gift' to remain as part of police probe. Cyprus Mail. 17 November.
Kenneth R. Rosen (2017). The meteorite hunters. Financial Times. 16 November.
Bibi van der Zee, Olivier Milman (2017). US to allow imports of elephant trophies from Zimbabwe. The Guardian. 16 November.
Egypt Today (2017). 464 historical artifacts seized by police in Fayoum. Egypt Today. 9 November.
Sudan: President Gives Directives for Formation of Committee for Study of Reality of Sudan's Archeology( )
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Rae Paoletta (2017). A 95-Year-Old "Real Life Tomb Raider" Isn't a Hero, She's a Thief. Inverse. 7 November.
Global Times (2017). Egypt recovers 354 antiques seized in United Arab Emirates. Global Times. 6 November.
Times Live (2017). Museum Africa without power due to cable theft. Times Live. 4 November.
Joseph Catanzaro (2017). Indiana Joan: Meet WA's real life tomb raider, 95-year-old Joan Howard. The West Australian. 4 November.
Baboki Kayawe (2017). Buddhists give up on lost statue. Mmegi Online. 2 November.
ScanPyramids mission rushed in announcing 'discovery of new void' in Giza's Khufu': Egypt antiquities ministry( )
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Tereasa Dias (2017). No breakthrough in Thulamela gold theft. Lowvelder. 1 November.
Sue MacLennan (2017). Plaques stolen from historic monument. Grocott's Mail. 31 October.
Richard Eweka (2017). Gov. Obaseki Reinstates Commitment To Bring Back Stolen Benin Artifacts. The Nigerian Observer. 31 October.
The Economist (2017). A visual history of Benin City returns home. The Economist. 30 October.
Egypt Today (2017). 79 rare antiques stolen from Tel Al-Fara'een. Egypt Today. 30 October.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Hurghada airport officials foil attempt to smuggle 18th-century Coptic icon. Ahram Online. 29 October.
Egypt Today (2017). Egypt retrieves 8 looted antiquities from France. Egypt Today. 28 October.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). France to return 8 stolen ancient Egyptian artefacts on Thursday. Ahram Online. 25 October.
Housam Najjair (2017). Libyan antiquities are subject to an awareness campaign. The Libya Observer. 25 October.
Joel Baden Candida Moss (2017). Is An Ancient Text In The Museum of the Bible Real Or Fake?. Daily Beast. 22 October.
Pressure On Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation And Humboldt-Forum To Return Illegally Acquired Artefacts And Human Remains( )
Kwame Opoku (2017). Pressure On Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation And Humboldt-Forum To Return Illegally Acquired Artefacts And Human Remains. Modern Ghana. 20 October.
Egypt Today (2017). Historical Porcelain Pots smuggling attempt. Egypt Today. 19 October.
Maha Ellawati (2017). Benghazi palace may become archaeological museum. Libya Herald. 18 October.
The Star (2017). Kumalo museum disgrace. IOL. 17 October.
Angelos Anastasiou (2017). Larnaca CID seize stolen ancient Egyptian pot. Cyprus Mail. 17 October.
IOL (2017). Legendary Kumalo photos abandoned in museum. IOL. 16 October.
Gareth Harris (2017). Looted Benin bronzes to be lent back to Nigeria. The Art Newspaper. 16 October.
Libya Herald (2017). Philaeni statues' disappearance refuted by antiquities authorities. Libya Herald. 16 October.
Abiy Hailu (2017). Ethiopia: The Unfortunate Case of Ethiopia's Looted Heritages. All Africa. 12 October.
Kristin Hugo (2017). 1,000 African Skulls Stolen for Racist Research in Germany Discovered in a Museum Basement. Newsweek. 6 October.
Alemma-Ozioruva Aliu (2017). Why 'stolen' artifacts cannot be returned now, by U.S. representatives. The Guardian. 30 September.
Alexander Okere (2017). Why we can't return African artworks –Smithsonian museum. Punch. 30 September.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Ottoman-era artefacts seized at Cairo airport to go to Museum of Islamic Art. Ahram Online. 20 September.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Break-in at Mohamed Ali Palace in Shubra, no artefacts missing: Ministry. Ahram Online. 20 September.
Natasha Frost (2017). Liberia Wants Its Cultural Artifacts Back, Please. Atlas Obscura. 19 September.
Egypt Independent (2017). No Egyptian antiquities were smuggled to Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum: Official. Egypt Independent. 19 September.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2017). Two suspects arrested over illegal excavation in Cairo and Sharqia. Egypt Independent. 18 September.
Daily News Egypt (2017). Authorities seize attempt to smuggle ancient guns to Turkey. Daily News Egypt. 17 September.
Head of Libya's archeology authority urges neighboring countries to help end smuggling of antiquities( )
Abdulkader Assad (2017). Head of Libya's archeology authority urges neighboring countries to help end smuggling of antiquities. The Libya Observer. 16 September.
Africa Times (2017). Liberia appeals for return of lost artifacts to newly restored museum. Africa Times. 16 September.
Menna A. Farouk (2017). Fatwa allowing illegal antiquities excavation triggers ire in Egypt. Al Monitor. 15 September.
Simnikiwe Hlatshaneni (2017). Saxonwold man offers R50k reward for stolen artworks worth millions. The Citizen. 14 September.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Metro station police foil security guard's attempt to steal artefact from Coptic Museum. Ahram Online. 14 September.
Al Arabiya (2017). Morocco opens an investigation into the selling of dinosaur fossils on the Internet. Al Arabiya. 6 September.
Bel Trew (2017). Poor Egyptians dig up homes in search of antiquities. The Sunday Times. 4 September.
Associated Press (2017). Italy displays marble Roman head stolen in World War II. The Times of Israel. 2 September.
Ben Panko (2017). European Summit to Discuss the Return of Looted West African Art. Smithsonian. 31 August.
Ashraf Abd al-Hameed (2017). Egypt returns stolen antique money to Iraq and China. Al Arabiya. 28 August.
Owen Jarus (2017). Looters of Egyptian Artifacts Try to Recruit Egyptologists for Help. Live Science. 28 August.
Anna Sansom (2017). South Africa's first legal auction of rhinoceros horn fails to attract buyers. The Art Newspaper. 28 August.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Egypt returns stolen currency artefacts to Iraq, China. Ahram Online. 28 August.
Paul Garvey (2017). Mustang ruby mine raided, guard killed. The Australian. 27 August.
AFP (2017). Timbuktu's ancient mausoleums protect city again. African Independent. 26 August.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Egyptian authorities foil attempt to smuggle Khedival-era antiquities to Saudi Arabia. Ahram Online. 23 August.
Sarah Wild (2017). Theft of South African relics riles researchers. Nature. 22 August.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Egyptian antiquities ministry inspects Khufu's boat after accident causes 'mild' damage to beam. Ahram Online. 21 August.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Attempt to smuggle 18th century artefacts foiled at Egypt's Hurghada port. Ahram Online. 17 August.
M. Goth (2017). Finding Somaliland's ancient cave art is hard. Protecting it could be harder.. Somaliland Press. 17 August.
Mohamed Mahmoud (2017). Egypt says 33,000 artefacts lost in 50 years. AA. 16 August.
Egypt Independent (2017). Antiquities Ministry official denies robbery of 32,000 archaeological pieces from museum. Egypt Independent. 16 August.
The New Arab (2017). ICC to award damages for jihadist Timbuktu destruction. The New Arab. 14 August.
Ben Quinn (2017). Western museums try to forge deal with west Africa to return the Benin bronzes. The Guardian. 12 August.
eKathimerini (2017). Greek Police help Egyptian peers arrest antiquities trader. eKathimerini. 12 August.
Yousra Elbagir (2017). Sudan's antiquities are under threat as Gulf crisis rages. Financial Times. 10 August.
Egypt Independent (2017). Ministry of Antiquities denies alleged risk of collapse of Qaitbay Citadel. Egypt Independent. 9 August.
Libya Herald (2017). Rada seize smuggler with ancient coins at Mitiga. Libya Herald. 7 August.
Ahram Online (2017). Five killed while illegally digging for antiquities in Egypt's Sohag. Ahram Online. 1 August.
Hannah McGivern, Stefano Luppi (2017). Stolen Guercino painting will need a year of conservation. The Art Newspaper. 1 August.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Egypt foils attempt to smuggle collection of coins from different eras. Ahram Online. 27 July.
Egypt Independent (2017). Police foil attempt to steal goddess Isis statue in Nubia Museum. Egypt Independent. 24 July.
Bel Trew (2017). Hobby Lobby under investigation over sale of 5th‑century Bible fragment. The Times. 20 July.
Nurudeen Oyewole (2017). Nigeria: When Nigeria Celebrated Return of Stolen Artifacts. All Africa. 16 July.
Africa Times (2017). Morocco: Stolen, damaged €6 million Guercino painting returned to Italy. Africa Times. 16 July.
The Times of Israel (2017). Palestinian caught trying to smuggle rare, ancient coins from Gaza. The Times of Israel. 16 July.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). AUC hands over to Egypt 5,000 artifacts from past archaeological excavations. Ahram Online. 16 July.
Sky News (2017). Bardo National Museum attack 'accomplices' go on trial. Sky News. 12 July.
Boboki Kayawe (2017). Buddha stolen ahead of 'Dalai Lama's visit'. Mmegi Online. 11 July.
Administrative Prosecution refers 3 Ministry of Antiquities officials to trial over excavation fiasco( )
Daily News Egypt (2017). Administrative Prosecution refers 3 Ministry of Antiquities officials to trial over excavation fiasco. MENA Financial Network. 8 July.
Tajudeen Sowole (2017). In Lagos, lost treasures brings hope in artefacts repatriation. The Guardian. 2 July.
TRT World (2017). Egypt's sunken antiquities threatened by ship waste. TRT World. 18 June.
Daily News Egypt (2017). 484 antiques were returned to Egypt: Anany. Daily News Egypt. 18 June.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Qurans from Ottoman era seized at Cairo International Airport. Ahram Online. 17 June.
Nurudeen Oyewole (2017). FG to reward whistleblowers of stolen artifacts – Minister. Daily Trust. 16 June.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Encroachments made since 2011 removed from Egypt's Dahshur Necropolis. Ahram Online. 15 June.
Rochelle de Kock (2017). R12m to fix vandalised museum. Herald Live. 14 June.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). AUC hands over Egyptian artefacts from 1964 excavation in Fustat. Ahram Online. 13 June.
Sadab Kitatta (2017). Uganda: Ivory Scam - Shame As Uganda Apologises to China. All Africa. 12 June.
Chika Jones (2017). 117 years later: SEE stolen artifacts Britain returned to Nigeria. NAIJ. 9 June.
Megan Gannon (2017). Lost Since World War II, Egyptian Artifact Returns to Germany. Live Science. 1 June.
Frank Jordans (2017). US museum returns ancient Egyptian stele missing since WWII. Phys.org. 30 May.
Middle East Monitor (2017). Egypt says it retrieved 4 stolen artefacts from Britain. Middle East Monitor. 24 May.
The Cable (2017). Stolen Nigerian artifact found in Italy. The Cable. 18 May.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Ancient stone block discovered at illegal excavation site in Upper Egypt's Sohag. Ahram Online. 18 May.
Salwa Samir (2017). How Egypt plans to crack down on antiquities theft. Al Monitor. 18 May.
Safa Alharathy (2017). Libyan authorities issue international circular on looted antiquities from Libya. The Libya Observer. 15 May.
Charlie English (2017). The Treasures of Timbuktu. The New York Times. 12 May.
Lizzie Crocker (2017). Did Damien Hirst Steal Nigerian Culture To Make His Art?. The Daily Beast. 11 May.
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Kehinde Omotosho (2017). Is the worlds richest artist using his privilege to manipulate us?. Pulse. 10 May.
Mark Rivett-Carnac (2017). Inside a New U.N. Program in Mali That's Training Its Staff to Protect At-Risk Art. Artsy. 5 May.
Ahram Online (2017). Egypt cabinet approves bill raising max penalty for antiquities trade to life in prison. Ahram Online. 4 May.
Jethro Ibileke (2017). Return our stolen artifacts, Benin monarch tells British High Commissioner. The News. 4 May.
Phys.org (2017). Official launch of public database of 'at risk' archaeological sites. Phys.org. 1 May.
Ahram Online (2017). Two men killed in house collapse as they dig illegally for Egyptian artefacts. Ahram Online. 1 May.
El-Sayed Gamal El-Din (2017). Egyptian ministry staff face trial over theft from Giza Pyramids. Ahram Online. 24 April.
Jason Okundaye (2017). Cambridge must return its Benin Bronzes, without condition. Varsity. 15 April.
Monty Fynn (2017). Exclusive: University-owned Benin collections may be loaned to Nigeria under new agreement. Varsity. 4 April.
Josué Mehouenou (2017). Benin eyes return of colonial treasures from France. Art Daily. 1 April.
Egypt Independent (2017). Official denies fire in Aswan Philae Temple. Egypt Independent. 31 March.
Patrick Werr (2017). Selling precious artefacts could top up Egypt's coffers. The National. 29 March.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Egypt recovers objects stolen from Al-Imam Al-Shafie Dome. Ahram Online. 29 March.
Emily Sharpe (2017). Photos of Guercino painting, rolled up like a rug by thieves, reveal extent of damage. The Art Newspaper. 22 March.
Middle East Monitor (2017). 150 historic Palestinian coins seized in Cairo airport. Middle East Monitor. 22 March.
Owen Jarus (2017). $100M in ancient artifacts shipped from Egypt and Turkey to the U.S. in 2016. CBS. 21 March.
BBC News (2017). Chad's ancient Ennedi cave paintings defaced. BBC News. 20 March.
Martin Hall (2017). Who owns a photograph? Goldblatt archive should remain in Cape Town. Times Higher Education. 18 March.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). New Kingdom mummy mask recovered from France. Ahram Online. 18 March.
Omar Thabet (2017). Egypt thwarts 24 cases of antiquities theft in one week. Andalou Agency. 13 March.
Andrew Unsworth (2017). Crosses under grave threat. Times Live. 13 March.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2017). Pharaonic relics submerged with Titanic must be recovered: Egyptologist. Egypt Independent. 12 March.
Roi Kais (2017). Tunisian authorities foil smuggling of 15th-century Torah scroll. Ynet News. 11 March.
Egypt Independent (2017). Officials deny any damage to newly-discovered king Ramses II statue during excavation. Egypt Independent. 10 March.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Door and decorative elements of Sultan Al-Kamel Al-Ayyubi shrine stolen. Ahram Online. 9 March.
Egyptian Streets (2017). Attempts to Retrieve Artifacts from Abroad Not in Egypt Favor: Former Antiquities Minister. Egyptian Streets. 2 March.
Shounaz Meky (2017). Photo showing party inside ancient Egypt tomb sparks outrage. Al Arabiya. 1 March.
Associated Press (2017). Kidnapped German archaeologists freed in northern Nigeria. The Guardian. 26 February.
Barbara Hollands (2017). Thieves swoop on seascapes. Dispatch Live. 24 February.
John Owen Nwachukwu (2017). Kidnappers of German archaeologist, Professor Peter Breunig demand N60 million. Daily Post. 24 February.
Artlyst (2017). The Rise Of Fake And Forged Works Of Egyptian Modern Art. Artlyst. 19 February.
ANSA (2017). Stolen Guercino found in Casablanca. ANSA. 16 February.
Lynsey Chutel (2017). One of Africa's largest art collections is under threat. Quartz. 16 February.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Encroachments removed from Dahshour necropolis site: Ministry. Ahram Online. 10 February.
Henri Neuendorf (2017). Germany Arrests Alleged Mastermind Behind Bardo Museum Terror Attack. ArtNet News. 9 February.
WCAI (2017). Cairo's Islamic Art Museum Reopens 3 Years After A Car Bomb Damaged It. WCAI. 5 February.
Ufrieda Ho (2017). Roof nicked, gallery floods. Times Live. 2 February.
Egypt Independent (2017). Police seize 801 artifacts, preventing illegal sale in Sharqiya. Egypt Independent. 2 February.
Egypt Independent (2017). Egypt retrieves 2 artifacts from London. Egypt Independent. 1 February.
Jan Bornman (2017). Thieves will battle to resell unique artworks heisted from Joburg gallery. Times Live. 1 February.
Times (2017). Nigeria: Govt Vows to Deal With Collaborators of Destroyed 190-Year Monument. All Africa. 29 January.
Egypt Independent (2017). Egypt retrieves 4,000-year-old figurine from London. Egypt Independent. 29 January.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2017). Historic lanterns stolen from Refai Mosque restored. Egypt Independent. 25 January.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Lamps stolen from Cairo's El-Refai Mosque recovered. Ahram Online. 24 January.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2017). Movie director arrested over archaeological paintings theft. Egypt Independent. 20 January.
Khalid Hassan (2017). How Egypt is trying to stop looting at ancient mosques. Al Monitor. 20 January.
The New Times (2017). Colonial looting of our culture calls for justice. The New Times. 19 January.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Cairo's Museum of Islamic Art to open Friday after two-year closure. Ahram Online. 18 January.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Royal golden ring stored in Egyptian Museum not stolen as claimed. Ahram Online. 15 January.
Tremaine van Aardt (2017). Vandals deface U'hage's newly returned cannon. Herald Live. 11 January.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Five ancient Egyptian artefacts smuggled to US repatriated. Ahram Online. 9 January.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2017). House basements used for illegal excavation discovered in Luxor. Egypt Independent. 4 January.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Thieves get bright idea to steal six priceless Islamic lanterns from Cairo's Al Refai mosque. Albawaba. 2 January.
Africa Times (2016). New 'Red List' for West Africa helps to protect art, cultural antiquities. Africa Times. 29 December.
Egypt Independent (2016). Egypt retrieves 340 smuggled artifacts from Jordan. Egypt Independent. 26 December.
Daily Trust (2016). Customs officials can't tell antiquities from crafts they seize. Daily Trust. 21 December.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Stolen relief of Queen Hatshepsut recovered from London. Ahram Online. 20 December.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egypt antiquities ministry receives two stolen Islamic-era lamps from UAE. Ahram Online. 15 December.
FT (2016). Mali declares archaeological emergency. Financial Times. 14 December.
Jillian Steinhauer (2016). As Artist's Murder Trial Drags On, Display of His Work Sparks Uproar. Hyperallergic. 13 December.
Katie A. Paul (2016). Repatriating the Past: Filling the Holes in Egypt's History Left by Looting. Heritage Daily. 12 December.
George Mikhail (2016). How Egypt intends to stop sale of its relics around the world. Al Monitor. 11 December.
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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.
RT (2016). Operation Mummy's Curse returns ancient artifacts including child's sarcophagus to Egypt. RT. 3 December.
Associated Press (2016). Swiss seize 9 relics allegedly stolen from Libya, Palmyra. The Daily Mail. 2 December.
Megan Gannon (2016). Stolen Mummy Hand Makes Its Way Home. Live Science. 2 December.
Kristin Romey (2016). U.S., Egypt Sign Agreement to Thwart Trade in Illegal Antiquities. National Geographic. 2 December.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Dozens of rare Islamic books seized at Cairo Airport on way to Doha authentic. Ahram Online. 30 November.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Transported porcelain artefacts are not damaged as rumoured: Egyptian antiquities ministry. Ahram Online. 29 November.
US State Department (2016). Secretary Kerry Signs Cultural Property Protection Agreement With Egypt. US Department of State. 29 November.
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Al-Masry Al-Youm (2016). Egyptian antiquities again offered for sale in London. Egypt Independent. 23 November.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2016). Lawyer, driver arrested for possession of 29 artifacts. Egypt Independent. 18 November.
Gistmaster (2016). Minister condemns illegal trafficking of artefacts. Gistmaster. 17 November.
Segun Adebowale (2016). FG to partner Rescuers Association on repatriation of stolen artifacts — Minister. The Eagle. 16 November.
AT editor (2016). Antiquities mystery solved: Swiss return stolen artifact to Egypt. Africa Times. 14 November.
Aimee Dawson (2016). Outcry after Toledo Museum of Art sells ancient Greek and Egyptian objects at auction. The Art Newspaper. 5 November.
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Roberta Gedert (2016). Egypt wants sanctions against museum for selling antiquities. The Toledo Blade. 29 October.
Amr Khalifa (2016). Corruption central: The plundering of Egypt's relics. Middle East Eye. 28 October.
New Era (2016). Rukoro hints at reparation package. New Era. 25 October.
Wynne Everett (2016). Art expert slams Toledo museum on sale of antiquities. The Toledo Blade. 24 October.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Antiquities ministry trying to stop sale of Egyptian artefacts at New York auction. Ahram Online. 21 October.
Tim Cornwell (2016). Looters exploit the political chaos in Libya. The Art Newspaper. 20 October.
Lucas Lixinski (2016). The ICC's Al-Mahdi Ruling Protects Cultural Heritage, But Didn't Go Far Enough. The Wire. 20 October.
BBC News (2016). Northampton Council Sekhemka statue 'now in US'. BBC News. 15 October.
Max Ndianaefo (2016). Nigeria: Jesus College under Pressure to Return Okukur. CP Africa. 14 October.
Ian Lilley (2016). Friday essay: war crimes and the many threats to cultural heritag. The Conversation. 14 October.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2016). Sohag police arrest three suspected 'tomb raiders' with 15 stolen artifacts. Egypt Independent. 13 October.
Ahram Online (2016). Egyptian man dies while digging for artefacts in Alexandria. Ahram Online. 13 October.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Organisers of dance party at Karnak temple referred to prosecutors for investigation. Ahram Online. 12 October.
Cambridge under pressure to return looted Benin bronze cockerel - but won't return it in case it gets stolen again( )
Colin Freeman (2016). Cambridge under pressure to return looted Benin bronze cockerel - but won't return it in case it gets stolen again. The Telegraph. 8 October.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2016). Nine suspects charged with smuggling rare Torah manuscripts into Israel. Egypt Independent. 7 October.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Antiquities ministry receives golden mummy mask from French-Egyptian citizen. Ahram Online. 6 October.
Sarah El Shaarawi (2016). Egypt's Own: Repatriation of Antiquities Proves to be a Mammoth Task. Newsweek. 5 October.
Austin Brakopowers (2016). Gandhi's signature spectacle stolen, UG authorities fear theft of statue. My Joy Online. 5 October.
State Information Service (2016). Egypt recovers 5 stolen artifacts from US. State Information Service. 3 October.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2016). Egypt retrieves 4 Pharaonic artifacts from the US. Egypt Independent. 3 October.
Camila Domonoske (2016). For First Time, Destruction Of Cultural Sites Leads To War Crime Conviction. NPR. 27 September.
Daryl Worthington (2016). Benin City: A Stunning Metropolis Annihilated By the British Empire. New Historian. 25 September.
Garry Shaw (2016). Egypt's Mallawi Museum reopens with looted collection mostly restored. The Art Newspaper. 23 September.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egypt's Malawi Museum inaugurated. Ahram Online. 22 September.
Frank Westerman (2016). The man stuffed and displayed like a wild animal. BBC News. 16 September.
Nancy Jumwa Ngowa (2016). Bring back vigango to their rightful locations. Daily Nation. 14 September.
Kirsteen Paterson (2016). Plea for holiday photos to help preserve world heritage. The National. 9 September.
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Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egyptian statuette recovered from Mexico is authentic: Antiquities ministry. Ahram Online. 7 September.
Nick Miller (2016). Protecting antiquities in Syria and Libya from Islamic State. The Sydney Morning Herald. 4 September.
Aisha Zidane (2016). 75%increase in infringement on Egyptian monuments in Greece: Ministry of Religious Endowments. Daily News Egypt. 25 August.
Simon Jenkins (2016). From Timbuktu to Grimsby, heritage deserves to be restored and revered. The Guardian. 25 August.
James Reinl (2016). On trial: the destruction of history during conflict. Al Jazeera. 22 August.
BBC News (2016). Islamist rebel apologises for destroying Timbuktu shrines at ICC trial. BBC News. 22 August.
AFP (2016). Timbuktu attacks in focus as jihadi's International Criminal Court trial opens. The Japan Times. 19 August.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Newly restored Malawi Museum in Egypt's Minya to reopen in weeks. Ahram Online. 19 August.
Mawuna Koutonin (2016). Racism and ruins – the plundering of Great Zimbabwe. The Guardian. 18 August.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2016). Sisi meets with antiquities minister for briefing on progress. Egypt Independent. 15 August.
Allison McNearny (2016). Why Does Van Gogh's 'Poppy Flowers' Keep Getting Stolen?. The Daily Beast. 14 August.
A discussion for decades
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Owen Jarus (2016). Blood & Gold: Children Dying As Egypt's Treasures Are Looted. Live Science. 8 August.
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Pillaged Treasures: France must respond positively to Benin's demand
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Tewodros Kassa (2016). Retrieving and Managing Heritages in Ethiopia. The Ethiopian Herald. 31 July.
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Libya Herald (2016). Libya's archaeological heritage among the world's most endangered. Libya Herald. 14 July.
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Egypt Independent (2016). Egypt retrieves Abbasid artifacts from London auction house. Egypt Independent. 4 July.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). A relief of King Nectanebo II recovered to Egypt from Paris. Ahram Online. 3 July.
Aswat Masriya (2016). Egyptian Embassy in Paris Retrieves Stolen Artefact. All Africa. 30 June.
Kailene Pillay (2016). Robbers strike close to PMB family's heart. News 24. 28 June.
AFP (2016). Rocky future for Somalia's ancient cave art. The Daily Mail. 26 June.
The Libya Observer (2016). Central Security Department in Tripoli retrieves artifacts stolen from Tripoli's Old Town. The Libya Observer. 24 June.
Associated Press (2016). Ancient Egyptian Relics Returned After Surfacing at Israeli Auction. Haaretz. 21 June.
Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egypt to sign archaeological cooperation agreement with Saudi Arabia. Ahram Online. 19 June.
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Nevine El-Aref (2016). Two sarcophagi's lids recovered by Egypt from Israel. Ahram Online. 16 June.
Nqobile Tshili (2016). Lobengula spear 'thief' nabbed. Chronicle. 16 June.
Damian Carrington (2016). Legal ivory sale drove dramatic increase in elephant poaching, study shows. The Guardian. 13 June.
Yeni Şafak (2016). Police discover Qadafi's looted ivory dagger in Istanbul. Yeni Şafak. 13 June.
Joel Tsvakwi (2016). King Lobengula stolen 'golden spear' a replica. Bulawayo 24. 12 June.
Simon Worrall (2016). 'Badass Librarians' Foil al Qaeda, Save Ancient Manuscripts. National Geographic. 12 June.
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Nevine El-Aref (2016). Egypt's National Committee for the Repatriation of Stolen Antiquities resumes activities. Ahram Online. 1 June.
Reuters (2016). Israel returns to Egypt two stolen artefacts. Ahram Online. 22 May.
Hugo Miller (2016). How a $1 million Patek Phillipe watch sparked a decades-long dispute. The Star. 20 May.
Chika Okeke (2016). Another Milestone As France Returns 2 Nok Artefacts. Leadership. 20 May.
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Figurine from sophisticated ancient South African society creates culture war over whether it should be allowed to tour abroad( )
AFP (2015). Figurine from sophisticated ancient South African society creates culture war over whether it should be allowed to tour abroad. The Japan Times. 18 December.
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Three Tunisian artists sent to prison for usage of narcotics
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Mali manuscripts: Nations treasure trove of ancient books saved from jihadists are once again at risk( )
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Ralph Blumenthal (2015). TED Prize Goes to Archaeologist Who Combats Looting With Satellite Technology. The New York Times. 8 November.
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Nevine El-Aref (2015). Smuggling bid foiled: 1124 Egyptian artefacts recovered before heading to Thailand. Ahram Online. 5 November.
Minda Smiley (2015). Water Is Life uses stolen art to raise money for a good cause. The Drum. 4 November.
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"Daesh" cell arrested for plan to target the pyrmaids
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Papyrus, Provenance and Looting 2 March 2014, New York Times UN Agencies Launch New Anti-trafficking Campaign( )
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