Vandals in Poland have defaced a monument marking the spot in Poland where hundreds of Jews were massacred during World War II. They wrote on the memorial's walls: "I'm not sorry for Jedwabne" and "They were highly flammable".

Swastikas were also drawn on the monument. The monument remembers the victims of the attack on 10 July 1941, when some 340 Jews were rounded up and led to a barn, which was then set alight.

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