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  • Cornelius Gurlitt, Germany reach agreement on suspected looted art

    Cornelius Gurlitt, Germany reach agreement on suspected looted art
    Cornelius Gurlitt, the German man who had been hiding more than 1,000 works of art -- some believed to have been looted during World War II -- has reached an agreement with German officials regarding his secret stash.
  • Son of Nazis' art dealer wants to return works to owners' heirs

    Son of Nazis' art dealer wants to return works to owners' heirs
    The son of infamous German art dealer Hildebrand Gurlitt, who helped Adolf Hitler hoard art looted from Jews during the Holocaust, says he’s now willing to return works his father had acquired to the heirs of their victimized owners. Attorney...

    Nazi art trove yields more hidden works, this time in Austria

    Nazi art trove yields more hidden works, this time in Austria
    An additional 60 works of art have recently been recovered from the Salzburg, Austria, residence of Cornelius Gurlitt, the art dealer whose Munich apartment was found to hold a trove of artwork believed to have been seized or improperly acquired by the...

    Another trove of art found in 2nd home of Nazi-era art dealer's son

    Another trove of art found in 2nd home of Nazi-era art dealer's son
    LONDON — Dozens more masterpieces by artists such as Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet have been discovered in a second home belonging to the elderly German recluse whose Munich apartment yielded an astonishing trove of more than 1,400 artworks,...

    Terrorism threat at the Olympics: A sad but unalterable fact of life

    Terrorism threat at the Olympics: A sad but unalterable fact of life
    Little did the Greeks know what they were getting us into back in 1896. And how could they? Certainly, their vision of the Olympics probably went no further than to celebrate which of them ran the best marathon in a loincloth. Now, we are three...