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The Nicaraguan Ambassador to the U.S., Antonio Jarquin, meets with six leaders of the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith and provides assurances that his country will return to the Jewish community the synagogue in Managua, confiscated by the Sandinista government in July, 1979.

A 35-year-old former policeman and his 29-year-old woman friend are charged in Zweibruecken, West Germany with devising and circulating a macabre anti-Semitic board game in which six pawns representing six million Jews are moved by throw of dice to squares marked with the names of Nazi death camps.

Albert Rauca, a 75-year-old former SS officer, who was extradited from Canada last May where he had lived illegally since 1950, is charged in a Frankfurt court with the murder of more than 11,500 Lithuanian Jews during World War II.

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