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A lawsuit can proceed against an art dealer accused of possessing some $15 million worth of paintings, sculptures and illuminated manuscripts stolen by the Nazis, a U.S. judge ruled. The civil lawsuit was filed against Alec Wildenstein by descendants of Alphonse Kann, a Jewish art collector whose art fell into Nazi hands after Kann fled to England in 1940.

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