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    Germany pays compensation to Algerian Jews who suffered from Nazism

    Germany has agreed to pay compensation to Jews who suffered persecution in Algeria during World War II.
    This is the first time that Jews who lived in Algeria between July 1940 and November 1942 have been compensated by the German government for their suffering under the Nazi-collaborating French Vichy regime.
    Approximately 25,000 people are eligible for a one-off payment of €2,556 ($3,184), according to the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, an organization that negotiates with the German government on behalf of Holocaust survivors.
    Germany’s Ministry of Finance confirmed the agreement.
    On Monday, the Claims Conference opened registration centers across France, where an estimated 20,000 Algerian Jews reside, with the first payments expected to be made in July.

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