Italy's Foreign-Born Jews Given Official Deadline to Leave the Country Hot

Italy's Foreign-Born Jews Given Official Deadline to Leave the Country

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In Italy, foreign-born Jews are given official notice that they must soon leave the country.

Technically the deadline for foreign Jews to leave Italy expired on March 12, but Benito Mussolini's fascist government is giving them a bit more time. It is estimated that around 6,000 foreign Jews currently live in Italy, but most of them are originally from Nazi Germany and it's unlikely that they want to return.

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