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February 11, 2003
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Spain is refusing to discuss claims that an Impressionist painting hanging in one of the country’s museums was stolen during the Holocaust era. Spanish authorities have told lawyers assisting the claim on the work by Camille Pissarro that they should pursue the matter in court, even though Spain has signed on to four international agreements that attempt to restore looted artworks to their rightful owners.

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