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Prosecutors in Poland are investigating reports of the kosher slaughter of cow, which may have violated Polish law.
The prosecutor began investigating the March 12 shechita, or kosher slaughter, of a cow in the north-eastern town of Tykocin after hearing about it from a county...
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