Rabbis rebury 60 jews killed in WWII Romania

The remains of some 60 Jews killed in 1941 by romanian troops and discovered last year were buried yesterday in a jewish cemetery in the country’s east.

The bodies, including those of women and children, were found in November in a Romanian forest. The mass grave was added evidence of the country’s involvement in the Holocaust, a matter kept quiet for decades.

Seven rabbis from the US, Britain, and Romania participated in the ceremony.

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