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February 11, 1986

Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union fell in January for the second month, with 79 arrivals registered at a Vienna transit center, the Intergovernmental Committee for Migration reported in Geneva. It said that 19 of the new arrivals went to Israel and the remaining 60 to Rome to secure documents for entry to other countries. There were 92 Jewish emigrants from the Soviet Union last December and 128 in November, a committee official said.

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