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Nazi-looted painting won't be returned to California family, judge rules

LOS ANGELES - The back-and-forth legal drama over an Impressionist masterpiece that hangs in a Spanish museum has seemingly come to the end of the road for a San Diego family, which is left with nothing to show for their decade-long battle to reclaim the artwork they say was seized from them by Nazis 80 years ago.

A Los Angeles judge on Tuesday ruled against the Cassirer family - who for years had tried to reclaim the painting taken from them during an escape from Germany during

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