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    23 January 2013
    As US government attorneys continue to seek the return of a Khmer statue to Cambodia from the noted auction house Sotheby’s, court documents say a second statue, which is held at the Norton Simon Museum, in Pasadena, Calif., was stolen in the 1970s. Chheang Sophinarath reports from Pasadena.

    Statue Case Against Sotheby's Draws in California Museum

    Published 24.01.2013

    As US government attorneys continue to seek the return of a Khmer statue to Cambodia from the noted auction house Sotheby’s, court documents say a second statue, which is held at the Norton Simon Museum, in Pasadena, Calif., was stolen in the 1970s. Chheang Sophinarath reports from Pasadena.


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