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One of two ancient Japanese Buddhist statues stolen in 2012 by South Korean thieves arrived Saturday in the southwestern island city of Tsushima, where it was originally kept, the city office said.

A bronze standing figure of the Tathagata Buddha, designated an important national cultural property, was handed over Friday to Japanese representatives in Daejeon, South Korea.

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