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January 22, 2016 11:00 AM

Holocaust survivor to speak to Belen students about the freedom of forgiveness

Eva Mozes Kor and twin sister Miriam were 10 when their family was deported to Auschwitz

The twins were subjected to horrific genetic experiments by Nazi doctor Josef Mengele

Forgiving her torturers, she says, has been liberating

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