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$1.1M worth of gold bars found in plane toilet in India
A stash of 24 gold bars worth more than a million dollars was discovered in the toilet compartment of a commercial plane in India.
Gold worth €1.5m 'disappears' on Air France flight
Paris - The Air France flight was traveling from Paris to Zurich with the gold on board. Around 44 kilos of gold bars, worth €1.5m, are believed to have disappeared from the plane's hold.
Japanese fishing port receives gold from anonymous benefactor
A small Japanese fishing port, devastated by the 2011 tsunami, has been receiving gold bars from an anonymous benefactor.
Germany to check its gold reserves stored in United States
German government auditors have requested the Bundesbank, Germany’s equivalent of the Federal Reserve, to check up on Germany’s gold reserves much of which are in secure storage at banks abroad.
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