Germany opened a long-awaited memorial Wednesday to the hundreds of thousands of Gypsies, or Roma, who were killed by the Nazis in what one survivor called ‘‘the forgotten Holocaust’’ — and pledged to fight the discrimination the minority still faces in Europe today.
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