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- Polish President Andrzej Duda signed a law that can impose up to three-years jail time for anyone who accuses the country of being complicit in Nazi war crimes committed during the Holocaust.
- The law also criminalizes people from referring to concentration camps on Polish soil as "Polish death camps."
- Israel and the US have both condemned the legislation.
- The law comes as many worry that racist and anti-Semitic sentiment are on the rise in Poland.
Anyone in Poland who accuses the country of being complicit in Nazi war crimes committed during the Holocaust now faces up to three years in jail.
The new law, which President Andrzej Duda signed on Tuesday, criminalizes referring to concentration camps on Polish soil as "Polish death camps."
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