Wiesenthal Center Urges Austrian, Romanian and Polish Officials to Expedite Prosecution of Nazi War Crimes Cases as “Operation: Last Chance” Enters Second Phase
September 21, 2003 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center 's Chief Nazi-Hunter to Visit Poland This Week to Launch “Operation: Last Chance”
September 8, 2003 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center’s “Operation: Last Chance” Completes First Year; Yields Information on 241 Suspects; 55 Names Submitted to Prosecution Agencies
September 2, 2003 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center’s “Operation: Last Chance” Completes First Year in Latvia; Yields Information on 38 Latvian Suspects; 10 Names Submitted to Procurator-General for Formal Investigation
July 22, 2003 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center's “Operation: Last Chance” Completes First Year in Lithuania; Produces Names of 184 Lithuanian Suspects; 32 Names Submitted to Procurator-General for Formal Investigation
July 21, 2003 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center announces receipt of names of 37 suspected Nazi war criminals in Latvia in response to "Operation: Last Chance"
April 9, 2003 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center announces receipt of names of 174 suspects in Lithuania in "Operation: Last Chance", welcomes opening of additional investigation by Lithuanian prosecutors as a result of "O:LC"
April 8, 2003 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Protests Refusal of Latvian Newspaper to Publish Ad Offering Reward for Information against Nazi War Criminals
March 13, 2003 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center Outraged By Estonian Refusal to Publish “Operation: Last Chance” Ads in Local Media
January 28, 2003 (PR)

Wiesenthal Center and “Targum Shlishi” Foundation launch innovative ad campaign as second stage of “Operation: Last Chance”
November 18, 2002 (PR)

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