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February 11, 2000
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Britain’s first convicted war criminal lost an appeal against his double life sentence for murdering Jews in Belarus during World War II. Britain’s Appeal Court ruled it was satisfied that last April’s verdict convicting 78-year-old former railway worker Anthony Sawoniuk on two charges of murders committed in 1942 had been handled correctly.

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