From the Associated Press:
A Berlin court has ordered Germany to pay the heirs of Jewish owners
of a department store chain an additional 50 million euros ($68 million)
in compensation for property seized by the Nazis.
The Berlin administrative court said Thursday that the Schocken
family lost its chain of stores, primarily in Saxony, during the Nazis'
so-called "Aryanization" of businesses in the 1930s.