Dalí Foundation to contest DNA ruling

Court has given go-ahead for artist's body to be exhumed in paternity case

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Pilar Abel, who claims she is the artist's daughter, outside the Dalí museum. Photo EFE

The foundation which manages the estate of Salvador Dalí says it will contest a court decision to exhume his body for a DNA test. A judge in Madrid made the ruling last week in a case brought by a Gerona woman who claims the artist, who died in 1989, was her father.

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