US returns stolen antiquities worth millions to Pakistan

The United States has returned 45 stolen pieces of antiquities worth approximately $250,000 dating back to the Gandhara period to Pakistan

Nov 06, 2020
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The United States has returned 45 stolen pieces of antiquities worth approximately $250,000 dating back to the Gandhara period to Pakistan.

The 2nd century Buddhist artefacts were handed over at a ceremony held at the Pakistan Consulate General on Monday where New York County District Attorney Cyrus Vance and Consul General Ayesha Ali signed an agreement on the return of the stolen pieces.

Also present at the ceremony were Erik Rosenblatt, deputy special agent in-charge at Homeland Security Investigations, and other officials.

https://tribune.com.pk/story/2271194/us-returns-stolen-antiquities-worth-millions-to-pakistan

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