Commission of European Communities

German FM Tries To Allay Fears

03/19/1999
Staff Writer
When Martin Walser, one of Germay's leading writers, railed against the Holocaust being used as "a tool of intimidation" by unnamed individuals who "exploited [it] for present purposes," Germany's new foreign minister, Joschka Fischer knew immediately how the resulting furor would end. "I knew it would be a disaster," Fischer told an audience at the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York earlier this month.

No Panic In Bradley

02/18/2000
Staff Writer
Down by five points with 17 seconds left in the game, the New York Knicks staged one of the most amazing comebacks in basketball history. On that historic Nov. 28, 1969 night, the Knicks, with small forward "Dollar Bill" Bradley, scored six straight points, stunning the Cincinnati Royals, 106-105, and set an NBA record for most consecutive victories in a season.

New Suit To Pressure Poles On Property

01/21/2005
Staff Writer
In a test case that will likely increase international pressure on Poland to return billions of dollars of property seized from Jews by the Nazis during World War II and nationalized by the communists after the war, a Polish-born Holocaust survivor is expected to file suit before the European Court of Human Rights in the next few weeks, The Jewish Week has learned. A New York-based not-for-profit law firm is preparing the case on behalf of Henryk Pikielny, who now lives in Paris.
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