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January 27, 1997 | From Reuters
This nation's strained ties with Jewish organizations worsened Sunday with publication of a leaked document in which Bern's envoy to Washington called for "waging war" against Jewish groups and other vocal critics. Swiss Jewish leaders assailed the comments, which the Sonntags Zeitung weekly said came from a confidential strategy paper that Ambassador Carlo Jagmetti sent to Bern last month on how to handle a controversy over dormant accounts in Swiss banks of World War II Holocaust victims.
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January 28, 1997 | From Times Wire Services
This nation's ambassador to the United States resigned Monday because of a leaked document in which he likened handling the controversy over the Swiss accounts of Nazi victims to waging a war. Carlo Jagmetti found himself at the center of a new controversy after details of a report he sent to the Swiss capital in December were leaked to a newspaper.
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January 28, 1997 | From Times Wire Services
This nation's ambassador to the United States resigned Monday because of a leaked document in which he likened handling the controversy over the Swiss accounts of Nazi victims to waging a war. Carlo Jagmetti found himself at the center of a new controversy after details of a report he sent to the Swiss capital in December were leaked to a newspaper.
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January 27, 1997 | From Reuters
This nation's strained ties with Jewish organizations worsened Sunday with publication of a leaked document in which Bern's envoy to Washington called for "waging war" against Jewish groups and other vocal critics. Swiss Jewish leaders assailed the comments, which the Sonntags Zeitung weekly said came from a confidential strategy paper that Ambassador Carlo Jagmetti sent to Bern last month on how to handle a controversy over dormant accounts in Swiss banks of World War II Holocaust victims.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 20, 1993
I read the racist remarks made by Compton Mayor Omar Bradley (Oct. 13) and also heard his so-called apology on the news. It is hard for me to believe that he is more concerned about how he appears when he goes to New York than about making a racist statement. He says that when the Jews are through with rapper Eazy-E he will end up sitting in prison next to Mike Tyson. I thought Tyson's manager was Don King. I think that it's time for the media to start calling statements like this what they really are . . . racist.
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