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    1. Feldman: Denmark Can Let a Nazi Criminal Go

      Bloomberg via Yahoo! FinanceJul 23 09:53 AM

      Should Denmark prosecute a 90-year-old Dane who volunteered as a Nazi concentration-camp guard more than 70 years ago? The question isn’t hypothetical: The Simon Wiesenthal Center has presented Danish authorities with a dossier urging the prosecution of Helmuth Leif Rasmussen, who by his own account was present at the Bobruisk camp in 1942-43 when 1,400 Jews were killed there. By contemporary ...

    2. LOS ANGELES (AP) — Saying they felt a "deep sense of ethical responsibility for a past tragedy," executives from a major Japanese corporation gave an unprecedented apology Sunday to a 94-year-old U.S. prisoner of war for using American POWs for forced labor during World War II. At the solemn ceremony hosted by the Museum of Tolerance at the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, James Murphy of...

    3. Should Denmark prosecute a 90-year-old Dane who volunteered as a Nazi concentration-camp guard more than 70 years ago?

    4. Saying they felt a “deep sense of ethical responsibility for a past tragedy,” executives from Mitsubishi Materials gave an unprecedented apology Sunday to a 94-year-old U.S. prisoner of war for using American POWs for forced labor during World War II.

    5. 70 years on, Japanese firm to apologize to US WWII veterans

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJul 15 12:29 AM

      WASHINGTON (AP) — A major Japanese corporation will offer a landmark apology this weekend for using U.S. prisoners of war for forced labor during World War II, according to the Simon Wiesenthal Center that is hosting the event.

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    7. Japanese company apologizes to U.S. prisoners of war

      The Tuscaloosa NewsJul 19 09:28 PM

      LOS ANGELES | Saying they felt a “deep sense of ethical responsibility for a past tragedy,” executives from a major Japanese corporation gave an unprecedented apology Sunday to a 94-year-old U.S. prisoner of war for using American POWs for forced labor during World War II. At the solemn ceremony hosted by the Museum of Tolerance at the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, James Murphy of ...

    8. Japanese construction company regrets ‘the tragic events in our past’ when captured American soldiers were used as slave labor during second world war The construction company Mitsubishi Materials Corp has become the first major Japanese company to apologize for using captured American soldiers as slave laborers during the second world war, offering remorse on Sunday for “the tragic events in ...

    9. Hate groups of various kinds are using the Internet for distributing propaganda and recruiting, and a Jewish human rights organization that monitors these groups says their influence is growing. The messages may be different, but the calls to hatred or violence are similar, as were the results: Last week, a young Islamic extremist killed nearly 40 tourists in Tunisia, and a suicide bomber killed...

    10. Mitsubishi Materials apologizes for using U.S. POWs as slave labor

      Reuters via Yahoo Canada FinanceJul 19 07:28 PM

      A company representative offered the apology on behalf of its predecessor, Mitsubishi Mining Co, at a special ceremony at a Los Angeles museum. "Today we apologize remorsefully for the tragic events in our past," Mitsubishi Materials Senior Executive Officer Hikaru Kimura told an audience at the Simon Wiesenthal Center's Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles.

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