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January 4, 2001
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The Soviet Union was willing to trade captured Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg after World War II for Soviet citizens who had defected to Sweden, but Sweden turned down the offer, a Swedish newspaper reported. The report is based on a Swedish-Russian panel’s investigation into the fate of Wallenberg, who helped save tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews during World War II.

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