Art stolen from Beijing’s Forbidden City (AP) – 1477th Edition

A tourist looks at a policeman stand in front of the entrance doorway to the Palace Museum, where art pieces in the 20th century on loan from the private Liang Yi Museum in Hong Kong were exhibited inside the Forbidden City in Beijing Wednesday, May 11, 2011. Seven art pieces made of gold and encrusted with jewels were stolen form the visiting exhibit as officials scrambled Wednesday to figure out how thieves broke into China's famed Forbidden City, the heavily guarded former home of the country's emperors. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)AP – Officials scrambled Wednesday to figure out how thieves broke into China’s famed Forbidden City, the heavily guarded former home of the country’s emperors, and stole seven art pieces made of gold and jewels.

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