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Tag: Amia Jewish
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No clear winner emerged in elections to lead the central Jewish institution in Buenos Aires.
Some 10,757 voters, more than doubling the number from 2008, participated in Sunday’s elections to lead the AMIA Jewish center in the Argentinian capital.
Since no candidate obtained more...