After negotiations with Claims Conference, Germany doubles home care funds for the low-income elderly, ensuring ‘minimum standard’ of ‘dignity.’
At the age of 89, Holocaust survivor Joseph Friedman is finding it difficult to live alone in Flatbush.
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