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Iran Must Pay Family of Blast Victim, Court Says

The government of Iran must pay $313 million to the children of an American woman killed in a 1997 suicide bombing that tore apart a Jerusalem market where she had been shopping, a federal judge ruled yesterday. The decision for the family of Leah Stern yielded the second-largest award to U.S. citizens in a series of lawsuits filed against countries accused of sponsoring terrorism. The decision came the same day that the State Department pressed Congress to place a limit of a few hundred thousand dollars each on the compensation that victims of future terrorist attacks could receive. Full Story

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