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Italian Anti-jewish Laws Extended to Libya; French Jews Seek Refuge in Corsica

August 16, 1942
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The Italian anti-Jewish laws have been extended to the Jews of Libya, according to a broadcast in the Arab language heard here today from the Nazi radio station at Zeesen.

In the same broadcast it was also stated that approximately 5,000 French Jews have taken refuge in Corsica since the issuance of the order requiring Jews in occupied France to wear Mogen Davids.

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