Egypt: Police recover stolen Van Gogh painting

CAIRO — Police recovered a painting by Vincent van Gogh at Cairo airport Saturday, hours after it was stolen from a museum in the Egyptian capital, the country's culture minister said.
Farouk Hosni said security officers at the airport confiscated the painting from an Italians couple as they were trying to leave the country. The work of art, which Hosni said was valued at $50 million, was stolen earlier Saturday from Cairo's Mahmoud Khalil Museum.
No further details were immediately available on how the artwork by the Dutch-born postimpressionist was stolen or recovered.