Germany extends ghetto workers' pension benefits
The new deal means some 40,000 Holocaust survivors who were approved for ghetto pensions will be able to receive benefits backdated to 1997.
BERLIN — Germany’s parliament unanimously approved an amendment to the Ghetto Pensions Law on Thursday that will increase payments to some 40,000 Holocaust survivors by backdating their benefits to 1997.
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