Painting looted by Nazis returned to Jewish heirs in Germany
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BERLIN (AP) " Officials have returned a painting looted by the Nazis to the heirs of a Jewish French politician and resistance figure who was executed during World War II."Portrait of a Seated Young Woman" by Thomas Couture, which belonged to Georges Mandel, was discovered in late collector Cornelius Gurlitt's art trove while German authorities were investigating a tax case in 2012.The reclusive Bavarian collector inherited much of a 1,500-piece collection from his father, [

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