In an effort to catch up with international art thieves and traffickers in no-no cultural property, Interpol has unveiled an online database of stolen art, containing info on 34,000 items. Police forces, institutions and even individuals (who want to hand over their personal information to the global policing body) can sign up for access on their website.
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