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News Brief

September 18, 1987
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The Soviet Union told several prominent, long-time Jewish refuseniks — including Iosif Begun, Viktor Brailovsky, Vladimir Lifshitz, Arkady Mai, Lev Sud and Semyon Yantovsky — they could emigrate. It later gave the same permission to five more of them, including Lev Elbert.

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