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April 04, 2011 
Rabbis from England and the United States bury the remains of dozens of Jews in a cemetery in Iasi, 410... 
Iasi, Romania 
Rabbis from England and the United States bury the remains of dozens of Jews in a cemetery in Iasi 
Rabbis from England and the United States bury the remains of dozens of Jews in a cemetery in Iasi, 410 km (251 miles) north of Bucharest, April 4, 2011. Romania's Jewish community buried on Monday the remains of dozens of Jews killed by Romanian troops during World War Two and found in a mass grave in the north of the country. The memorial, dedicated to about 60 victims unearthed in a forest area near the village of Popricani, took place in the Jewish cemetery of Iasi in northeastern Romania. Archaeologists unearthed the mass grave in November 2010. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: OBITUARY RELIGION)
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