The editorial office of Russia’s oldest Jewish newspaper was burglarized. Burglars took seven editorial computers but not the monitors on Sunday, according to Tankred Golenpolsky, founder and editor in chief of the weekly International Jewish Newspaper. Golenpolsky said that most surprising to him was the fact that much of the archives was stolen, including paper documents, CD-ROMs and financial documentation.
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