EU Fends Off Charges of Anti-Semitism

NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports on the European Union's efforts to curb anti-Semitic actions that have been escalating across Europe by holding a conference in Brussels, Belgium. In recent years, synagogues have been bombed and Jewish students attacked. But controversy surrounds the meeting, as Jewish leaders have criticized the EU itself for the same offences the conference is slated to address.

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