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Federal Judge Approves Swiss Bank Settlement With Holocaust Survivors

A federal judge in New York yesterday approved a historic $1.25 billion settlement between Swiss banks and more than a half-million plaintiffs who alleged the banks hoarded money deposited by Holocaust victims.<@SM><@SM><TAB>The long-anticipated ruling by U.S. District Judge Edward Korman brings Holocaust victims and their heirs worldwide a step closer to collecting claims against the banks.

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Pamper Me, Hon

[IMGCAP(1)]If you had to choose between having a lifetime live-in chef or a personal masseur, which would it be? Not exactly one of the great ontological questions, more the kind of thing you would discuss over a late-night kaffeeklatsch with a good girlfriend. But consider it, nonetheless.

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Business Album Clarification

On June 15, the first annual Partners Breakfast and kick-off for the 2000 Komen Maryland Race for the Cure was held at the Center Club to recognize the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation Maryland Race for the Cure sponsors. Kelly Lynn, WJZ-TV health reporter, hosted the event.

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LAW SUMMARY

Family Seeks $10 Million in Swim Club DrowningThe parents of Darnell T. Harris have filed a $10 million wrongful death suit and survivors’ claim against Milford Mill Swimming Club Inc. and a host of swim club employees, alleging that the ...

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Shriners Coming to City

Picture Pratt Street filled with 30,000 marching men, all wearing tall red fezzes, tassels swinging in the breeze from the harbor.<@SM><@SM><TAB>That will be the one of the images in 2005, when Baltimore hosts the Shriners

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