The "Treasure of Priam" disappeared for 50 years. After the fall of the Soviet Union, Russian officials admitted the treasure was in the basement of the Hermitage. But I don't know if they've actually returned it yet.
Much of this is not new news . . . Dorpfeld hypothesized a larger city outside the inner citadel walls, and Blegen was interviewed years ago for a book that we read in my Classical Archaeology seminar . . . this was back in the 70s. Blegen said they knew which city was the Troy of the Iliad, for one simple reason . . . "bodies in the streets. You don't have that unless there's a catastrophe." So the poor half-buried girl is one of many, she was just found more recently.
But I'm glad that they've reactivated the dig there. Schliemann's smash and grab methods destroyed a lot of stratification, but there is still plenty to learn.