World Report

BERLIN (JTA) — An ecumenical ceremony has been held near here to bury the remains of 32 Jewish and non-Jewish slave laborers who died during the final days of World War II.

The remains were discovered recently by construction workers at the former site of the Heinkel factory, which made airplane parts.

During the war, the factory relied heavily on slave labor organized by the SS from the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.