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June 13, 2000 | Reuters
U.S. and German negotiators Monday cleared a major obstacle to setting up a $4.9-billion fund to compensate more than 1 million people whom the Nazis forced to work during World War II. The deal, clinched in a 10-hour session in Washington, provides substantial assurance that U.S. courts will dismiss lawsuits against German companies from former slave and forced laborers seeking reparations.
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June 13, 2000 | Reuters
U.S. and German negotiators Monday cleared a major obstacle to setting up a $4.9-billion fund to compensate more than 1 million people whom the Nazis forced to work during World War II. The deal, clinched in a 10-hour session in Washington, provides substantial assurance that U.S. courts will dismiss lawsuits against German companies from former slave and forced laborers seeking reparations.
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June 12, 2006 | J.A. Adande
Although the United States soccer team begins World Cup play almost 300 miles away today, any American sports journey to Germany must start here, at the site where Jesse Owens sprinted and jumped his way to one of the greatest combinations of athletic achievement and social commentary.
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