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May 24, 1984
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The National Conference on Soviet Jewry reported Wednesday that Vladimir Tsukerman was released on schedule from a labor camp near the Mongolian border, and has returned to his hometown of Kishinev. Having served three years for “violating public order,” the 47-year-old emigration activist has been waiting since 1978 to rejoin his wife, Inna, and son, Aleksandr, in Israel.

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