Nazi-hunters give low grades to 13 countries





JERUSALEM -- A new report by a prominent Nazi-hunting group gives more than a dozen countries, including Hungary, Ukraine and Canada, low grades for bringing suspected Holocaust-era war criminals to justice.

The Simon Wiesenthal Center gave top marks to Germany - the first time any country besides the U.S. has been given an "A" grade for prosecuting suspected Nazi war criminals.

The Associated Press on Wednesday received an advance copy of the center's report, which covers the period between April 2009 and March 2010. The formal release is scheduled for Thursday....

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