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A new document containing the details of 12,000 Nazis who fled to Argentina has been published after it was discovered in an old storage space in Buenos Aires.

The US-based Simon Weisenthal Institute, which has been instrumental in tracking down Nazis, published a few pages of the document on Monday.

The NYC based centre says that many of the people listed had Credit Suisse Swiss bank accounts - shining new light on the finances of war criminals who are said to have stolen from persecuted jews.

In a statement, the centre said: “We believe that these long-dormant accounts hold monies looted from Jewish victims.”

Read more on Yahoo:

https://news.yahoo.com/nazis-fled-argentina-ratlines-simon-weisenthal-credit-suisse-203501944.html

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