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Decades after being stolen, an ancient statuette and an 18th-century painting were returned to the Italian government Tuesday after turning up in New York.Italy has campaigned in the last decade to get back cultural items including ancient Roman, Greek and Etruscan artifacts the government says were looted or stolen.Federal prosecutors announced in 2011 that a Renaissance painting and a Roman sculpture from the first century A.D. were being returned after popping up at New York auction houses.
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