BRITAIN'S MYERS MUSEUM HAS RETURNED 454 ANCIENT ARTIFACTS TO EGYPT

Britain's Myers Museum has returned 454 ancient artifacts to Egypt, according to Bloomberg.

The artifacts, which include beaded necklaces and bronze coins, had been removed from Egypt between 1972 and 1988, after antiquities trafficking was banned in 1970, said Hussein Al-Afuni, a head of Egypt's Red Sea antiquities department, in a statement.

The Myers Museum is a collection of ancient Egyptian decorative arts, which is part of Eton College, in Windsor, west of London.

Since 2002, Egypt has recovered some 5,000 ancient Egyptian artifacts that were taken out of the country.