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  • The Iraq War and Archaeology - Francis Deblauwe gathers articles and information about the impact of the war on the archaeological remains in Iraq, including the losses from looting.
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  • The Art Loss Register - Operates a permanent international database of stolen and missing works of art, antiques and valuables, to assist law enforcement agencies in the battle against art theft.
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  • Art Theft - Most Wanted Art - Search for the world's most wanted art.
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  • Britain Leads Illicit Trade in Rare Books - The Guardian reports that Britain has become the centre for criminal traffick in ancient manuscripts and historic books.
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  • CBC Indepth: Art Thefts - Indepth examination of some of the world's most famous artworks that have been stolen, including audio and video links to reports.
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  • Gang Caught with 200,000 Artefacts - Giles Tremlett reports in the Guardian that Spanish police have captured 100 archaeological robbers in an operation that netted a vast haul of antiques up to 5,000 years old.
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  • Illicit Antiquities Research Centre (IARC) - At University of Cambridge to research and highlight damage caused by looting of archaeological sites. Publishes periodical Culture Without Context. Information on latest news, events, information, legal conventions, resources.
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  • Looting Question Bibliography - Hugh Jarvis lists Internet and published resources on the archaeological politics of private collecting, commercial treasure hunting, looting.
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  • Museum Security Network: Art Crime - News reports of cultural property incidents, such as art theft, looting of art in wartime, fire and forgery worldwide.
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  • Price of Age - An electronic dissertation on the illicit trade of antiquities by Andrew Cranwell.
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  • Saving Futures - Charlie Phillips investigates issues of cultural heritage management and preservation in India and Nepal through interviews and research.
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  • Sources of Information on Antiquities Theft - Librarian provides a bibliography and list of Internet resources on theft of antiquities.
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  • Stolen Art - This Belgian initiative aims to assist the police in Belgium and elsewhere in the recovery and return of stolen antiques. Register stolen art pieces. Newsletters.
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  • Your Brush With The Law - Charles Vincent Sabba looks at some famous art crimes, forensic art and the art scene in New York.
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  • BBC: Stolen Turner Paintings Found - Two Turner paintings from the Tate galleries' collection, stolen while on display in Germany eight years ago, are found. (December 20, 2002)
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  • NYTimes.com - Thwarting Art Thieves on a Budget - Discusses problems of art theft during business hours and how museums and other facilities have responded. (May 29, 2002)
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  • Swiss Recover 10,000 Stolen Antiquities - Archaeology magazine feature article by Andrew Slayman on one of the largest recoveries of stolen art treasures. (September 01, 1998)
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  • Art Theft from Cyprus to Munich - Archaeology magazine feature article by Mark Rose on the looting of frescoes, mosaics and icons from churches in Northern Cyprus (April 20, 1998)
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  • Stolen Stones: The Modern Sack of Nineveh - Looting of Iraqi archaeological sites since the Gulf War. Illustrated feature by John M. Russell in Archaeology includes clickable map of the throne room suite. (December 30, 1996)
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