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Global crackdown nets over 19,000 stolen historic and cultural objects

A worldwide anti-trafficking operation has recovered more than 19,000 stolen artifacts, including rare coins, fossils, artworks and antiques.


The coordinated crackdown involved 300 separate investigations and resulted in 101 arrests, according to a press release published by Interpol, Europol and the World Customs Organization, who jointly led the operation.


https://www.cnn.com/style/article/interpol-crackdown-artifacts/index.html

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