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Supreme Court Rejects Iran Terrorism Case

The Supreme Court rejected an appeal Monday from a man trying to hold Iran accountable for the killing of his daughter in a Middle East terror bombing. The court did not comment in turning down Stephen Flatow, who won a $247.5 million verdict against Iran, but has been unable to collect most of the money. He wanted the justices to use his case to help Americans who obtain terrorism judgments but have problems enforcing them. Alisa Flatow died in a 1995 bus bombing in the Gaza Strip. She was a 20-year-old college student. Her parents filed suit under a 1996 law that authorized Americans to sue for damages suffered in acts of terror perpetrated by countries designated by the United States as sponsors of international terrorism. Full Story

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