Egypt retrieves 16 artifacts from the United States of America
The man and his wife are convicted of artifact trafficking.
Egyptian Ambassador to Kuwait Osama Shaltout received from the Kuwait National Museum five artifacts that were smuggled from Egypt.
Sotheby's recently held an auction under the title "Arts of the Islamic World & India, including Luxurious Carpets".
Rateb had funded Hassanein and a gang he leads to commit the crime.
Afterward, Official talks between Shoukry and Lapid, in the presence of the two countries' delegations were held, Hafez added in another tweet.
The exhibition is taking place on October 1 and March 31, 2022, and consists of three districts.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry met Tuesday with his Belgium counterpart Sophie Wilmes.
A committee from the Supreme Council of Antiquities said all the seized antiquities date back to the Egyptian civilizations and belong to different ages, including the Prehistoric, Pharaonic, Greek, Roman and Islamic ages, according to the prosecution’s statement.
The prosecution said it also detained 17 members of the gang he led for four days after they were caught red-handed while possessing 201 artifacts
Egyptian Ambassador in London Tarek Adel managed to restore three ancient artifacts dating back to the Pharaonic and Greek eras before being sold in an auction hall in London, according to a statement by the Foreign Ministry on Thursday.
Two pieces belong to the Ancient Egyptian era while the third is Greek.
The Japanese Ambassador to Egypt Noki Masaki expressed his admiration for the Egyptian antiquities across governorates.
Egypt's Ambassador to Rome Hesham Badr received on Thursday two artifacts that had been smuggled to Italy in 2019.
Prospectors in Cyprus discovered a series of exciting discoveries, including artifacts dating back 3,500 years, during the Bronze Age.
A huge ritual platform and Egyptian artifacts were discovered in northern Saudi Arabia.
Skakal has been convicted of attempting to smuggle 21,855 artifacts in a diplomatic container from Alexandria to the Italian port of Salerno.
The Egyptian Cabinet issued an infograph Wednesday indicating that the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) will attract more than 5 million visitors annually.
ET reveals details of the artifacts returned by Sheikh Sultan bin Mohamedd al-Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, to Egypt. The artifacts totaled up to 425 rare Egyptian artifacts from several eras.
The confiscated artifacts date back to various eras and the arrested people confessed their crimes.