Previously Unseen Andy Warhol Piece Worth EUR 600,000 To Go Under Hammer In Paris

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Picture shows Andy Warhol, (left) Robert William Burke (right), undated. The collection consisting of close to 300 items belonging to Robert William Burke, an American collector and gallery owner, will go on sale in October, 2022. (Artcurial/Newsflash)

A previously unseen Andy Warhol piece believed to be worth up to EUR 600,000 is set to go under the hammer in Paris. An art collection of nearly 300 pieces…

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Pakistan Zoo To Auction A Dozen Lions

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Photo shows an illustrative image of a lion in Lahore Zoo, undated photo. A zoo in Lahore, Pakistan, will reportedly auction 12 lions to private collectors to free up space for more felines. (Newsflash)

A zoo in Pakistan has enraged animal activists after announcing it aims to auction a dozen of lions to private collectors to make a profit. Lahore Safari Zoo currently owns…

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Real-Life Indiana Joneses Use Hotel Ashtray To Date When Ancient Artefacts Were Looted

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The items given by the family in Spain are seen in Mexico facilities in an undated picture. They are kept by the INAH in the Museum of Templo Mayor. (Gerardo Torres-INAH/Newsflash)

Experts tracking a collection of more than 2,000 ancient Mexican treasures have been helped by five-cent coins and a hotel ashtray stashed with them. Officials from the Mexican National Institute…

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Looted Benin Bronzes Returned By Germany

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One of the first two artifacts that were returned to Nigeria representing a memorial head of a king dating back to the 18th century, III C. (Ethnological Museum of the Berlin State Museums, Prussian Cultural Heritage, Martin Franken/Newsflash)

German authorities have returned the first of a treasure trove of bronzes looted from West Africa during the colonial era. The sculptures - known as the Benin Bronzes - were…

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Security Guard Who Drew Eyes On GBP 731,000 Painting Claims Teen Girls Asked Him To Do It

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The security guard Alexander Vasiliev who drew with a pen eyes on the picture for 75 million. (Newsflash)

The security guard who allegedly drew eyes on a GBP-731,000 painting claims some teenage girls gave him a pen, claimed the work of art was theirs, and asked him to…

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Two Illustrations By Salvador Dali Worth GBP 300K Each Stolen From Barcelona Flat

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The two paintings 'Vino rancio' and 'Las Sardanas de la fiesta mayor' made in 1922. (Newsflash)

Two Salvador Dali charcoal drawings valued at around GBP 251,000 each have been stolen from a private collection in Barcelona. The alleged robbery took place at an apartment in the…

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Six Thieves To Face Trial Over 17th Century Rare Treasure Heist Worth Over EUR 100 Million

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Breast star of the Polish White Eagle Order stolen from the historic Green Vault in Dresden, Germany, in November 2019. (Police Saxony/Newsflash)

Six thieves are set to go on trial for stealing rare, 17th-century jewels insured for over EUR 100 million from the Green Vault Museum in Dresden, which boasts the largest…

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Lion Shot Dead After Escaping From Cage And Mauling Carer

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The lion that killed a worker in a tourist centre located in El Chal, Guatemala, on 20th November. (@turicentrosantaisabel/Newsflash)

A lion has been shot and killed in Guatemala after escaping from its cage and mauling its carer to death. The incident took place at the Turicentro Santa Isabel (Saint…

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UNESCO Abbey Portrayed In Umberto Ecos Name Of The Rose Gets Mollusc Shell Collection Stolen By Gestapo Returned

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The valuable collection of mollusk shells that was stolen by Nazis in 1941.

A spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Benedictine abbey that was once plundered by the Gestapo has received back a long-lost collection of Mollusc shells 80 years after they were stolen from…

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How Swedish Photographer Captures Stunning Early-Morning Wildlife Snaps

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Swedish nature photographer Olle Nilsson from the Swedish city of Linkoping undergoes to take snaps of a fox den to add more images to his already incredible wildlife collection.

This is the gruelling early-morning routine Swedish nature photographer Olle Nilsson undergoes to take snaps of a fox den to add more images to his already incredible wildlife collection. Olle…

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