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An artefact is seen on display during the inauguration of an exhibition of repatriated historical objects at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo May 10, 2014. The objects were stolen during the uprising in Egypt three years ago, according to local media. (Photo:Reuters)
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Artefacts are seen on display during the inauguration of an exhibition of repatriated historical objects at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo May 10, 2014. The objects were stolen during the uprising in Egypt three years ago, according to local media.(Photo:Reuters)
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A pharaonic artefact is seen on display during the inauguration of an exhibition of repatriated historical objects at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo May 10, 2014. The objects were stolen during the uprising in Egypt three years ago, according to local media. (Photo:Reuters)
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The Egyptian Museum is seen near Tahrir Square in Cairo May 10, 2014. An exhibition of repatriated historical objects which, according to local media, were stolen during the uprising in Egypt three years ago, takes place at the museum. (Photo:Reuters)
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An artefact is seen on display during the inauguration of an exhibition of repatriated historical objects at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo May 10, 2014. The objects were stolen during the uprising in Egypt three years ago, according to local media. (Photo:Reuters)
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A man looks at artefacts on display during the inauguration of an exhibition of repatriated historical objects at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo May 10, 2014. The objects were stolen during the uprising in Egypt three years ago, according to local media.(Photo:Reuters)
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A videographer videos artefacts on display during the inauguration of an exhibition of repatriated historical objects at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo May 10, 2014. The objects were stolen during the uprising in Egypt three years ago, according to local media.(Photo:Reuters)
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Visitors take pictures of artefacts on display during the inauguration of an exhibition of repatriated historical objects at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo May 10, 2014. The objects were stolen during the uprising in Egypt three years ago, according to local media. (Photo:Reuters)
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Werner Gessner
11-05-2014 12:36am
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welcome home
welcome back home; that's all one can say !
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