Pablo Picasso’s work found hidden in gorge; handed back after 9 years of robbery

Two Pablo Picasso‘s paintings, Head of A Woman and Piet Mondrian’s Stammer Mill were discovered after nine years, which were stolen from Greece’s Athens National Gallery in 2012. A tip-off lead them to the masterpiece, which was hidden in gorge, in the capital. It was handed over to the Athens in honor of Greek resistance to Nazi Germany during World War 2. According to the cops, a 49 year-old builder has been arrested for the robbery.

Ankita Kumari is a student of B.A Journalism and Mass Communication in Delhi school of Journalism from Delhi University. She has completed her education from CISCE board, St Xavier's School, Bokaro Steel City, Jharkhand. Ankita is a state level gold medalist in Powerlifting under Federation of Jharkhand Powerlifting Association. She's persuing her undergraduate from University of Delhi. She aspires to become an unbiased journalist and news anchor. She manages a Youtube channel in her free time where she put her daily life reporting, cooking videos, vlogs and challenges. She loves cooking, reading and travelling along with this she has a huge intrest in gaming, she never step back to play with her friends and family whenever she gets free.

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