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Getty loses Italian court ruling on 'Victorious Youth' but vows to keep fighting for prized statue

The ruling, issued Friday in Pesaro, is the latest in Italian court rulings that date to 2007 regarding the provenance of the statue, also known as the “Getty Bronze.” The museum purchased the work from a German art dealer in 1977 for $ 3.95 million and has long said that the sale was legitimate, maintaining that Italy has no archaeological ...

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Passport renewal – no more expensive photobooth pictures thanks to THIS new ruling

Passport applications can be a tedious process, from manually filling out lengthy forms to finding your nearest photobooth to take that strict picture. All this before you’ve even had a chance to look up travel advice for your destination.  But the Home Office has updated the rulebook so the application is finally a lot smoother.  UK travellers can now take ...

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News: Ryanair welcomes bomb threat court ruling

Ryanair has welcomed a United States District Court ruling against an anonymous Twitter user who posted a bomb threat last year. Ryanair obtained a number of subpoenas from Twitter, which helped identify Brian Lake from Pennsylvania as the person responsible for posting the threat in February 2016, using the handle @GunnexGod. The tweet read: “Hello @Ryanair, you have 15 minutes ...

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