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Dutch court rules Anne Frank archive must go back to Switzerland

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - An archive of documents related to Anne Frank and her family must be returned to a foundation in Switzerland, an Amsterdam court ruled on Wednesday, settling a dispute between two institutions with a claim on her name.Full story

Dutch court to rule on Anne Frank letters, archive in legal spat

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A Dutch court may rule this week whether some of the letters of Anne Frank, the Jewish girl whose posthumously published diary about her time in hiding from the Nazis made her a symbol of the Holocaust, should stay in Amsterdam or be sent to Switzerland. Full story

Sapling planted to remember Anne Frank

  The Children's Museum of Indianapolis plants one of 11 saplings from the famous chestnut tree that grew outside Anne Frank's hideout in Amsterdam during WWII. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown has the story.

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Handout of letters and photo's from Anne Frank are on display seen on display at the Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam
Handout of letters and photo's from Anne Frank are on display seen on display at the Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam

Letters and photo's from Anne Frank are on display seen on display at the Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam in this June 26, 2013 handout from the Anne Frank Foundation. An archive of documents related to Anne Frank and her family must be returned to a foundation in Switzerland, an Amsterdam court rule

Handout of a letter from Anne Frank to her grandmother is seen on display at the Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam
Handout of a letter from Anne Frank to her grandmother is seen on display at the Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam

A letter from Anne Frank to her grandmother is seen on display at the Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam in this June 26, 2013 handout from the Anne Frank Foundation. An archive of documents related to Anne Frank and her family must be returned to a foundation in Switzerland, an Amsterdam court ruled on

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The well-known first diary of Anne Frank sits on display in the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam April 28, 2010. REUTERS/Cris Toala Olivares