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A broken window is seen at the center of the Jewish community in Rostock, northern Germany seen in 2009. The 766 cases in 2014 marked a sharp increase of 38 percent over the previous year in which 554 incidents of anti-Semitism were reported. According to the study, it was the second worst year after 2009, when 1,118 incidents were recorded. (Associated Press)
Photo by: THOMAS HAENTZSCHEL
A broken window is seen at the center of the Jewish community in Rostock, northern Germany seen in 2009. The 766 cases in 2014 marked a sharp increase of 38 percent over the previous year in which 554 incidents of anti-Semitism were reported. According to the study, it was the second worst year after 2009, when 1,118 incidents were recorded. (Associated Press)

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