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Nazi-looted art on show in Berlin

By Emmanuelle Chaze

In the German capital an exhibition at the Martin Gropius Bau museum focuses on art looted under Nazi rule in Germany.

Around 200 pieces are on display in order to bring to light the role art professionals had in the Europe-wide theft of cultural assets during the Nazi regime.

Our correspondent in Berlin, Emmanuelle Chaze, has this report for us.

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