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Afghan art looted and feared lost forever returns home
by Aleem Maqbool
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5 August 2012
On 5 August 2012 BBC News reported:
British officials have completed the handover of hundreds of archaeological artefacts to the National Museum of Afghanistan. Many were stolen during the civil war and have been recovered with the help of the British Museum and the UK Ministry of Defence. More than 800 historical artefacts have been returned to Afghanistan. 'I am so happy, but not just as an archaeologist,' Fahim Rahimi, the young chief curator of Afghanistan's National Museum. 'I am happy as an Afghan that all of these pieces that are so important to the history and culture of this country are back with us.'
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