A U.S. court reinstated a lawsuit in which Holocaust survivors charge that the Vatican Bank stored looted assets during the Holocaust era. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday that survivors should be given the chance to prove that the Vatican Bank stored the assets stolen by Croatia’s fascist wartime regime from Jews, gypsies, Serbs and others, and profited from them.
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