Code-named Pandora—the dismantling of an international network of art traffickers

The Spanish Interior Ministry recently announced the results of a pan-European investigation in the trafficking of art and artifacts that led to the recovery of more than 3,500 works. The investigation involved 8 countries spanning the European continent and included the expertise of Interpol, Europol, and UNESCO.


75 Arrested in European Crackdown on Art Trafficking

By Raphael Minder

The New York Times

January 22, 2017

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