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Jewish community given back books stolen by Nazis

Recently rediscovered books plundered by the Nazis more than six decades ago were returned to Berlin's Jewish community on Wednesday in a ceremony at the city's landmark synagogue.Full story

Poland's Jews celebrate reopening of synagogue

Jewish leaders and foreign dignitaries have gathered to celebrate the reopening of an important Renaissance synagogue in Poland. Full story

Romania's Jewish community buries WW2 victims

Romania's Jewish community buried on Monday the remains of dozens of Jews killed by Romanian troops during World War Two and found in a mass grave in the north of the country. Full story

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