Germany Extends Holocaust Compensation to Survivor Spouses
This article is taken from the July 8 issue of the Times of Israel.
BERLIN (AP) — The organization that handles claims on behalf of Jews who suffered under the Nazis said Tuesday that Germany has agreed to extend compensation to their surviving spouses and to increase other payments, taking the total to be paid out in 2020 to around $1 billion.
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