Polish court upholds controversial restitution lawCourt in Poland rejects motion to scrap a law that critics say is preventing restitution of property that belonged to Jewish families.
Romanian law facilitates restitution of Holocaust survivorsRomania’s Parliament passes legislation prioritizing the processing of claims belonging to Holocaust survivors.
Jewish historian in Austrian jail despite evidenceIn a bizarre and troubling case, Stephan Templ was jailed over a claim to property looted during the Holocaust. Will new findings free him?
Croatia Returns $4 Million Property as Holocaust RestitutionCroatia announces plan to return office building in Zagreb, expropriated from Jews during Holocaust, back to Jewish community.
Czech Court Rejects Jewish Family's Restitution ClaimHighest court in Czech Republic confirms the rejection of a restitution claim by family of a Jewish man who owned a snap button factory.
NY State Comptroller Teams Up With Holocaust Restitution ProjectNY State Comptrolleri's office is teaming up with the Holocaust Era Asset Restitution Taskforce to track down property of Holocaust victims.
Germany Agrees to $300 Million More in RestitutionGermany has agreed to provide restitution payments to an additional 80,000 Jewish survivors.
Clinton Urges Latvia to Resolve Jewish Property RestitutionU.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urges Latvia to resolve the restitution of pre-World War II Jewish property “quickly and fairly.”