Police recover stolen Pablo Picasso painting — Then watch the work slide to the floor

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Greek police have recovered a work of art by Pablo Picasso and another one by Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, both stolen from Greece’s National Gallery in 2012, they said on Monday. Thieves broke into the gallery and snatched Picasso’s 1939 painting, “Woman’s Head,” which was donated by the artist in 1949, and Mondrian’s “Mill,” dated 1905.

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