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Police forensic experts, left, look on as Greece's Culture Minister Pavlos Geroulanos, second right, enters the antiquities museum in Ancient Olympia where two masked armed robbers tied up a guard and made off with dozens of artifacts, Olympia, southern Greece, Friday, Feb. 17, 2012. Friday's robbery is the second major museum theft in the past two months in Greece. In January, thieves made off with art works by 20th century masters Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondrian from the country's National Gallery in central Athens. Geroulanos has submitted his resignation after the robbery. (AP Photo/Dimitris Papaioannou)

Police forensic experts, left, look on as Greece's Culture Minister Pavlos Geroulanos, second right, enters the antiquities museum in Ancient Olympia where two masked armed robbers tied up a guard and made off with dozens of artifacts, Olympia, southern Greece, Friday, Feb. 17, 2012. Friday's robbery is the second major museum theft in the past two months in Greece. In January, thieves made off with art works by 20th century masters Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondrian from the country's National Gallery in central Athens. Geroulanos has submitted his resignation after the robbery. (AP Photo/Dimitris Papaioannou)

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