PRAGUE (AP) – Dozens of nations announced Wednesday that they would try harder to return real estate stolen by the Nazis, opening archives and processing claims for restitution faster. Forty-three countries backed the first set of global guidelinesfor returning the real estate to its rightful owners or heirs. The nonbinding rules call for more transparency and speed in the processing of restitution claims for property stolen between 1933 and 1945. They also state that people claiming lost property should be given free access to all relevant local, regional and national archives.