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Did England commit fraud to keep The Parthenon Sculptures?

For the last two centuries, the British Museum in London has claimed ownership of the Elgin Marbles without producing documentation that can establish beyond reasonable doubt that Lord Elgin, a Scottish diplomat, legally acquired the Parthenon sculptures from the Ottoman Empire in the 19th century. Historians have struggled to ascertain the facts in what some consider the world’s most infamous case of cultural theft. Meanwhile, British authorities have consistently denied assertions that the Athenian antiquities could have crossed borders without approval from the Turks, who ruled Greece during the early 19th century.

  • Published in Greece

Ring defrauds state and social security funds

Estimated losses of 5 million euros for social security fund IKA and 7.8 millionwere caused by the activities of a ring that set up dummy companies that faked insurance payments for employees.

  • Published in Greece
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