L.A. Holocaust Survivor, Family Get Record Settlement

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An elderly Los Angeles woman and her relatives are awarded nearly $22 million in compensation for having their assets illegally seized during the Nazi era. It's the largest award to Holocaust survivors who were betrayed by Swiss banks during World War II.



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