US and France strike deal over SNCF role in the Holocaust

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American Holocaust survivors who were deported to death camps by French state rail firm SNCF will get compensation from €49m fund.

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Hundreds of Holocaust survivors who were deported to death camps by France's state rail company, SNCF, during the Nazi occupation will be entitled to compensation from a $60 million (49-million-euro) US-French fund, reports Deutsche Welle.