Jews found in WWII mass grave to be reburied in Romania

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April 4, 2011 11:23

 
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The remains of dozens of Jews found in a World War II-era mass grave in Romania will be buried in a Jewish cemetery in Iasi on Monday, AFP reported.

"There will be a religious ceremony in the presence of six rabbis, including four from England and the United States," Alexandru Florian of the Wiesel Institute told AFP.

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