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Seized fakes reveal ‘emerging market’ in counterfeit antiquities
Organised crime gangs are thought to be behind the trade in artefacts aimed at a “fresh gullible market”
What should museums be doing to protect themselves against theft?
Heists in Dulwich and Dresden shine a spotlight on security
Government to renew law enabling return of Nazi-looted art
ICC hears first prosecution for cultural destruction
Rathkeale Rovers gang jailed for £57m thefts
Historic England reveals threats to public art
How can the UK support museums in Iraq and Syria?
Why has the UK still not ratified the Hague Convention?
Scale of heritage crime still unclear
Anecdotal evidence suggests that theft from collections could be falling
London attendances hold firm
Visitor numbers have not been affected by the Westminster terrorist attack in March
Striking back against the crime wave
Iraq's cultural heritage has been one of the casualties of a war that has just reached its grim fifth anniversary. By Patrick Steel
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