Museum director says 16,000 personal items may have been ignored by Poland's anti-Semitic communist regime.
A hundred years and $540 million in the making, the museum opens on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., in September.
Delays and disagreements have seen the museum eventually open—but with nothing inside.
The opera singer's Lincoln Memorial performance is considered by some to have helped launch the civil rights movement.
Iraqi officials hope that a new museum in Saddam Hussein's former palace will revive of the ancient port city of Basra.
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To mark a holy year, Pope Francis has opened up his farm and its shop to the curious and the hungry.
Chan is close to China's communist party and has called Taiwanese democracy "a joke."
Street artists, including Sam Durant, JR, Swoon and MOMO, contributed to the Mural Arts exhibit.
The suspects in the 1980 theft have been reported as deceased, but officials still hope previously unreleased surveillance footage will lead to the return of 13 artworks valued at half a billion dollars.
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The late designer's remarkable fashions are on display through August 2 in London.
Nearly a century after Williams published "The Red Wheelbarrow," a literary critic has uncovered its owner's identity.
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MoMA and the Norton Simon are among the galleries under suspicion.