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"The Falcon" set a cracking pace across a dusty field in Tboung Khmum, in the east of Cambodia, before stopping and pointing to the dirt at his feet.
The payment will settle a civil suit brought by U.S. officials who accused Douglas A.J. Latchford of being a major dealer of looted antiquities.
How a statue looted from a Cambodian temple revealed a vast smuggling network dealing in stolen cultural artefacts
The tracing of how a statue of a Hindu warrior ended up in a Sotheby’s auction uncovered a highly lucrative network that had been in operation for decades.
The programme offers a compelling narrative for art crime beginners but more depth is needed when it comes to colonial repatriation.
Focusing on an alleged looter of Cambodian cultural heritage, this six-part series is yet another reminder that too many stolen artefacts still reside in Western museums.
An investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists calls into question the origin of the museum's antiquities holdings.
My danced prayer to looted Cambodian antiquities was too much for the New York museum.
The museum has issued a statement further distancing itself from the late Emma Bunker, who allegedly falsified provenance for items looted from Cambodia.
The 77 items had been in the collection of Douglas A.J. Latchford, accused of trafficking in looted antiquities, and were returned under an agreement with his estate.
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The Walking Through a Songline pop-up exhibition reimagines artworks from the deserts of the Martu, the Ngaanyatjarra and the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara peoples of Australia.
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Another piece that passed through a disgraced dealer’s New York gallery has gone back to Southeast Asia.
Cambodian artworks held by Oxford University's Ashmolean Museum and the British Museum have been labelled "highly suspicious" by government delegates looking for "stolen" items in British collections.
The delegation is eyeing museums in Asia as part of a quest to inspect more than 2,000 lost treasures they say belong to Cambodia.
Two major British museums are opening up their collections to archaeologists and officials from Cambodia, in response to allegations that valuable items are sitting illegally in the UK.
Cambodia suspects many items were looted and has concerns about a former curator’s business relationship with a Met donor later accused of antiquities trafficking. The museum is seeking evidence of the claims.
British museums contain hundreds of allegedly stolen temple treasures.
Cambodia urges UK museums to investigate and return looted treasures allegedly handled by dealer Douglas Latchford
British Museum and Victoria and Albert Museum now under scrutiny of Cambodian government as it campaigns to recover the country's stolen artefacts that were sold in the West