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The Parthenon Marbles are a 4-Column Front Page Story in NY Times

NEW YORK – The front page of the print edition of the New York Times features a four-column story, accompanied by a photograph, on the secret talks between Athens and London on the repatriation of the Parthenon Sculptures.

The prominence of the issue – even making the front page – is indicative of the importance the newspaper attaches to the issue.

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The front page of the print edition of the New York Times

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