European insurers rejected three out of four claims submitted on behalf of Holocaust victims who purchased policies between 1930 and 1945, according to the Los Angeles Times. Citing internal documents submitted to the International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims, the paper said the five insurers participating in the panel agreed to settle 124 of 909 claims that had been submitted. They rejected 393 claims, with the remaining 392 claims still unresolved.
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