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June 8, 2006
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The French government and the national railroad association lost a court case regarding their role in deporting Jews during World War II. The court of Toulouse ordered the state and the railroad to pay $77,000 in reparations to the Lipietz family, who filed the complaint because George Lipietz was deported to Drancy in 1944.

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