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19 Jan 2020

Looted ancient Afghan masterpiece recovered

A sculpture that was stolen from the National Museum of Afghanistan in Kabul almost 30 years ago is to be returned to its country of origin after being seen on a British auctioneer’s website and investigated by the Metropolitan police.

                                                         The Guardian

19 Jan 2020

Stolen copy of Persian poet Hafez recovered

A stolen 15th-century book by the famed Persian poet Hafez has been recovered by a Dutch art detective. The gold-leafed volume worth around one million euros ($1.1 million) was found to be missing from the collection of an Iranian antiques dealer after his death in Germany in 2007.

                                             Full Article: The News.pk

11 Jan 2020

Germany Opens an Official ‘Help Desk’ for Nazi-Looted Art

Germany has launched a specialized office to help people reclaim art and other cultural assets seized by the Nazis during WWII. The official “help desk” has been established in Berlin by the German Lost Art Foundation, the state-funded organization that oversees all matters pertaining to the illegal seizure of cultural assets during the Nazi regime.

Article in ArtNetNews

11 Jan 2020

A legal guide to the new anti-money laundering rules in the UK

In July 2018 the 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive (MLD5) was adopted by the EU as part of the Juncker Commission’s response to the terrorist attacks in Paris in 2015 and Brussels in 2016, the Panama Papers scandal, and increased scrutiny of free ports following the Yves Bouvier affair. The UK has until 10 January 2020 to transpose MLD5 into national law.

Link to the article: Apollo Magazine (needs free registration)

19 Nov 2019

An international organised crime group dismantled by Europol and Eurojust

An international police operation carried out ον 18.11.2019, supported by Eurojust and Europol, dismantled an international organised crime group involved in large-scale trafficking of Greek archaeological items looted from Calabria, Italy, resulting in 23 arrests and 103 searches and seizures, yielding approximately 10 000 archaeological goods.

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