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Police investigate attack on antique artworks on Berlin's Museum Island

WorldNews Wednesday, 21 October 2020
Police investigate attack on antique artworks on Berlin's Museum IslandBERLIN (Reuters) - Berlin police are investigating an attack that caused extensive damage to works of art and artefacts displayed at three locations on the German capital's Museum Island. Confirming earlier media...
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