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'Looted art' returned decades on

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Two sixteenth century Italian paintings, confiscated by the Nazis, have been returned to the heirs of the Jewish art dealers from whom they were taken.

The paintings were found in California, where they had been on display at Hearst Castle, the former home of the American newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst.

Laura Sheeter has more.

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