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Looted 18th Century Crown Returned to Ethiopia After Decades

WorldNews Thursday, 20 February 2020
Looted 18th Century Crown Returned to Ethiopia After DecadesA rare and looted crown from the 18th century was returned to Ethiopia on Thursday after it was discovered in the Netherlands two decades ago. The Dutch government facilitated the handover β€œwith the belief that it has a duty to restitute this important artifact back to Ethiopia,” the office of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said,...
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