The remains of dozens of Jews killed by Romanian troops during World War II have been buried in a Jewish graveyard in the eastern city of Iasi.
The daily Eveniumentual Zilei reported Tuesday that seven rabbis from the United States, Britain and Romania took part in Monday afternoon’s ceremony.
In November, a Holocaust-era mass grave containing the bodies of an estimated
100 Jews was discovered in a forest, offering further evidence of the country’s involvement in wartime crimes.
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