From JTA

AROUND THE JEWISH WORLD
In Argentina, government moves
to redress injustice toward Jews
By Joe Goldman
November 3, 2005

BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 3 (JTA) — When Diana Wang won the right to change her religious affiliation from Catholic to Jewish on her 1947 entry papers to Argentina, it represented another step forward by the current government to right past wrongs. And it was an emotionally charged moment for Wang, president of the Generation of the Shoah group in Argentina.

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