Two British teenage pupils have been fined about 240 euros ($270) after they admitted stealing artefacts from the former Nazi death camp at Auschwitz, their school said Tuesday. The pair were arrested after guards caught them ‘digging in the ground’ on Monday in an area where there were once barracks used to sort the personal items of arriving prisoners, said a spokesman for the Polish site, which is now home to a museum. ‘They detained them and discovered that they were in possession of shards of glass, buttons, a hair clipper and bits of metal,’ he told AFP. The Perse School, near Cambridge in southeast England, confirmed that two pupils admitted taking items of historical importance that they ‘found on the ground’ and were fined 1000 Zloty (240 euros). They were also handed a one year probation, suspended for three

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