A girl walks past a display at the world premiere of 'Meet Vincent van Gogh' exhibition in Beijing, China. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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Anti-Mafia police in Naples have recovered two Van Gogh paintings stolen from Amsterdam in 2002, the Van Gogh Museum and organized crime investigators said Friday.Police in Naples said the paintings, of "priceless value," were discovered during a raid as part of a crackdown against a Naples-based Camorra crime clan suspected of cocaine trafficking."After all these years, you no longer dare count on a possible return," the museum quoted its director Alex Rueger as saying, and expressed gratitude to Italian investigators and police.The museum said the paintings, inspected by a curator, do show "some damage" and it is unclear when they will return to Amsterdam.
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