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February 25, 2000
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About 200 Holocaust survivors have been paid an average of $10,000 under a fast track process for settling Holocaust-era insurance claims. The World Jewish Congress praised a group of five European insurers for paying a total of about $2 million, but criticized the firms for rejecting several hundred claims without providing reasons for their decisions.

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