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NYC's Met to return 2 10th-century stone statues

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NEW YORK (AP) — Two ancient stone statues that have been on display in a New York City museum for nearly 20 years are being returned to Cambodia. The Metropolitan Museum of Art said Friday the 10th-century Koh Ker stone statues are being returned after researchers discovered new evidence about how they were acquired. The statues are called "Kneeling Attendants." The Met says the decision to...

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