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Poland takes new look at Nazi crimes

Investigators had been stymied by Iron Curtain

By Vanessa Gera
Associated Press / October 28, 2011

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Polish authorities have reopened an investigation into World War II crimes committed at Auschwitz and its satellite camps that was closed in the 1980s because of the country’s isolation behind the Iron Curtain. One aim of the new probe is to track down any living Nazi perpetrators, according to an announcement yesterday by the Institute of National Remembrance, a state body that investigates Nazi and communist-era crimes.

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