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ICYMI: The Decades-Long Hunt For Imelda Marcos' Missing Art Continues
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- The decades-long hunt for the missing art collection of shoe lover Imelda Marcos and her late dictator husband Ferdinand E. Marcos continues, and it could be worth up to a half billion dollars.
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