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Source: CNN
Budapest : Hungary | almost 2 years ago  
Charles Zentai (C) leaves an extradition proceeding on July 19, 2005. (CNN) -- Australia's High Court on Wednesday rejected an extradition request from Hungary for a suspected Nazi...
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