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March 23, 2000
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Germany’s Cabinet backed legislation to begin paying Nazi-era slave laborers. The legislation, which the country’s Parliament must still approve, calls for payments of some $4 billion to the laborers, with other moneys going for property restitution and cultural projects, according to a draft of the bill obtained by Reuters.

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