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US returns 1,783 Achaemenid artifacts to Iran after legal battle
Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Minister of Iran Ali Asghar Mounesan announced on Monday that 1,783 ancient Persian Artifacts and clay tablets dating back to Achaemenid Empire were ultimately returned home after a legal battle.
Illinois museum will return 42 aboriginal artifacts to Australia
The Illinois State Museum will be returning 42 aboriginal artifacts to Australia after 10 months of discussions.
France returns stolen ancient artifacts to Pakistan
Many of the pieces turned up in France in September 2006, sent in parcels addressed to a gallery in Paris.
Cultural official: Countries seek to launch permanent museums in Iran
A number of countries requested to let them launch permanent museums in Iran, said the deputy director of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization's (ICHHTO).
Dutch, Iranian artifacts on display in both countries
The Hague is hosting a total number of 100 Iranian handicrafts in an exhibition titled ‘Splendor and Bliss, Arts of the Islamic World’ in the Municipal Museum The Hague, The Netherlands.
Heavy rain uncovers trove of ancient Iraqi artifacts
Heavy rainfall has uncovered 75 ancient artifacts at the Borsippa archeological site in the Iraqi province of Babylon, the authorities announced.
Egypt puts on display unseen artifacts of Pharaoh Tutankhamun
Egypt puts on display previously unseen artifacts from the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun in Cairo in a bid to boost the country’s tourism.
Achaemenid artifacts discovered in southwest Iran
A waterway as well as other vestiges, including the decorative sword handle made of azure stone, pieces of glazed bricks, agate beads were discovered in Persepolis, Fars Province.
Supreme Court takes up fight over Iran artifacts in Chicago museums
The US Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether ancient Persian artifacts held by two Chicago museums can be seized to enforce a $71 million judgment against Iran.
Artifacts discovered on return expedition to Antikythera shipwreck
An international research team has discovered spectacular artifacts during its ongoing excavation of the famous Antikythera Shipwreck this month. The shipwreck is located off the Greek island of Antikythera in the Aegean Sea.
Chogha Mish artifacts return from US to Iran
After a hard-fought legal battle with the US, ancient artifacts belonging to Iran have been transferred to the Iranian National Museum in the capital, Tehran.
MPs condemn vandalism of Mosul Museum artifacts by Takfiris
Some 215 MPs on Sunday denounced the crimes against humanity perpetrated by the terrorist group of Takfiris including vandalizing Mosul Museum artifacts and captivating Syrian Assyrians.
ISIL releases video showing destruction of Iraq artifacts
The ISIL Takfiri group has released a new video showing its militants destroying the ancient artifacts at a museum in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.
ICHTO seeking return of artifacts from US, Holland
Deputy Head of Iran Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHTO) for Parliamentary, Legal and Provincial affairs said that the entity is still pursuing two cases for taking back the Iranian artifacts from the US and Holland.
Rouhani unveils artifacts returned to Iran after 35 years
President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday opened an exhibition showcasing hundreds of ancient Iranian artifacts returned to the country from Belgium after decades of legal battles.

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