Turkey asks U.S. museums to return artifacts
The government of Turkey is asking American museums to return dozens of artifacts that were allegedly looted from the country's archaeological sites, opening a new front in the search for antiquities smuggled out of their original countries through an illicit trade.
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#1 Apr 1, 2012
Advice for museums around the world:
Whenever Turkey starts barking about artifacts which have no connection to Turks, the victim museums should use Armenians and Greeks to demand the same of Turkey simultaneously.
Turkey will shut its mouth faster than a speeding bullet.
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