People walk through galleries at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, May 31, 2013.
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A tug of war has broken out over an ancient relic from Lebanon that New York's leading art museum suspects may have been stolen during the Lebanese Civil War.Manhattan prosecutors have impounded the bull's head and are seeking to return it to Lebanon but husband-and-wife art collectors from Colorado have filed their own lawsuit, seeking that the relic be returned to them.After a curator discovered it may have been stolen from government storage during Lebanon's Civil War, the museum said it took "immediate action" and handed over the head to the Manhattan district attorney's office.
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