A panel is meeting soon to consider compensation for property confiscated by the Nazis from Slovak Jews. The commission, which includes 10 government officials and 10 Jewish representatives, plans to hold its first meeting Dec. 4 in Bratislava. The panel plans to identify and establish the value of property seized from Jews, most of whom died in Nazi concentration camps.
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