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June 12, 1992 | Associated Press
Seventy-four Jewish children fleeing war in the former Yugoslav republics will be flown to Israel today, the Jewish Agency said. The children are to arrive from Hungary, where they traveled by bus. Some will be accompanied by their parents, agency spokesman Yehuda Weinraub said Thursday. Most of the children are from Bosnia-Herzegovina's capital of Sarajevo, Serbia's capital of Belgrade and the Croatian city of Subotica.
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August 9, 1992 | From Associated Press
A Holocaust survivor whose family was saved from the Nazis by Muslim neighbors in Sarajevo is paying back the debt. Tova Greenberg, 54, has rescued some of her saviors' relatives from the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina and is sheltering them in her Jerusalem home.
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August 9, 1992 | From Associated Press
A Holocaust survivor whose family was saved from the Nazis by Muslim neighbors in Sarajevo is paying back the debt. Tova Greenberg, 54, has rescued some of her saviors' relatives from the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina and is sheltering them in her Jerusalem home.
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June 12, 1992 | Associated Press
Seventy-four Jewish children fleeing war in the former Yugoslav republics will be flown to Israel today, the Jewish Agency said. The children are to arrive from Hungary, where they traveled by bus. Some will be accompanied by their parents, agency spokesman Yehuda Weinraub said Thursday. Most of the children are from Bosnia-Herzegovina's capital of Sarajevo, Serbia's capital of Belgrade and the Croatian city of Subotica.
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July 2, 1985
Federal authorities have indicated that accused Nazi war criminal Andrija Artukovic may be returned to Southern California from the Springfield, Mo., federal prison hospital, where the enfeebled 85-year-old man has been held since May. Assistant U.S. Atty.
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August 30, 1987 | Andrea King
After two aborted attempts, Cannon Films' Menahem Golan is off making a movie about Israeli WW II heroine Hannah Senesh. But all's not going smoothly for "Hannah's War" (working title), which Golan wrote and just began directing in Hungary with a British/Hungarian/Israeli/German cast. The production goes to Israel in November. Doubts have surfaced already on the accuracy of the project and Golan's ability to direct it.
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April 5, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
Israel has been granted access to the secret file on former Secretary General Kurt Waldheim in U.N. War Crimes Commission archives, officials of the world body said Friday. Francois Giuliani, a top aide to Javier Perez de Cuellar, the current secretary general, said access would be granted with the understanding that the documents are "confidential and will be handled on the same basis of confidentiality as any other material being used in a criminal investigation."
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