Easter Island asks London museum to return its 'stolen' statue

Easter Island delegation in London to demand return of sculpture taken 150 years ago.

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    Representatives from the Chilean territory of Easter Island are in London seeking the return of a statue brought to the United Kingdom 150 years ago.

    The carving, which has a name meaning "lost or stolen friend", was taken from the Pacific island in 1868 by a British explorer.

    Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports from London.


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