Poland asks prisoners to care for Jewish cemeteries


Polish prisoners are helping to clean up some of the country's neglected Jewish cemeteries.

Before World War II the graveyards were taken care of by Europe's largest Jewish commmunity.

But 90% of Poland's Jews were murdered by the Nazis, and the population now numbers only several thousand.

Adam Easton reports from Warsaw.

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