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France returns stolen ancient artifacts to Pakistan
by Forrest Crellin
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2 July 2019
On 2 July 2019 Reuters reported:
France returned more than 400 stolen artifacts to the government of Pakistan on Tuesday [2 July], including ancient busts, vases, urns, and goblets, some dating to the second and third millennia B.C. In a ceremony held at Pakistan's embassy in Paris, 445 artifacts were handed back to Pakistan on Tuesday ... 'It is indeed a special moment for Pakistan,' said Muhammad Majad Aziz Qazi, the head of mission. 'It is also an emotional moment for us. We believe, today, that a part of Pakistan's heritage is coming back to its homeland.'
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