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“The paintings have been found! That I would be able to ever pronounce these words is something I had no longer dared to hope for."

Said the Director of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.The 2 paintings — “Seascape at Scheveningen” and “Congregation Leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen” were stolen from the museum in 2002 and found through an investigation of the Amato Pagano clan of the Camorra Mafia family.
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