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# Holocaust

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Lazio president vows to take fans to Auschwitz after fall-out from Anne Frank stickers
The Holocaust victim was pictured in a Roma jersey alongside anti-semitic slogans at the Stadio Olimpico.
Canada takes down Holocaust memorial after forgetting to mention Jewish people
Critics called it a “profoundly obvious omission”.
'Stop the Nazis': Protests in Germany as far-right party secures 13% of national vote
World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder described AfD’s success as “abhorrent”.
Another town scraps Australia Day, as politician compares it to celebrating Holocaust
The annual holiday commemorates the arrival of the country’s first British settlers in 1788.
The Holocaust survivor who became the world's oldest man has died aged 113
Yisrael Kristal survived Auschwitz and lived out his life in Israel.
Holocaust survivors more at risk of developing cancer
Researchers studied over 150,000 people for more than 45 years.
Anti-racism campaigners say opening of pig farm at ex-Nazi camp is a "grave offence"
The Czech leader is under fire for supporting the movie.
Trouble for Le Pen as her replacement steps aside amid allegations of Holocaust denial
Marine Le Pen temporarily resigned as leader of the Front National.
Spicer apologises over 'insensitive' Hitler remarks amid calls for him to be fired
“I mistakenly used an inappropriate and insensitive comment about the Holocaust and there is no comparison.”
White House says allegations of 'Holocaust denial' are 'pathetic'
Spokesperson Sean Spicer says the media is ‘nitpicking’
Nazi hunter says hundreds of Nazis could still be at large
Since 2001, 104 Nazis have been convicted over their roles in the Holocaust.
Hitler's Mein Kampf sells 85,000 copies in Germany
It was initially planned to print only 4,000 copies of the Nazi leader’s anti-Semitic manifesto, but production was boosted after intense demand.
Anne Frank may have been discovered by police investigating coupon fraud
New research suggests that the August 1944 police raid in which Frank was arrested may have been staged to investigate illegal activity in the building.
89-year-old Holocaust survivor warns Austrians not to vote for far-right party
Austrians will go to the polls tomorrow to choose their next President.
President Higgins: "We must share vigilance of not letting anti-Semitism spread again"
World Jewish Conference delegates hear Higgins address concerns over ‘walls’ and ‘fear’ challenging the world.
Japanese girl band apologises after wearing costumes that looked like Nazi uniforms
They wore the costumes on stage, a move which sparked protests.
'I'd be happy to slaughter them': Phillipines president likens himself to Hitler
The anti-drug president said he would be glad to massacre three million addicts.
Tributes paid to Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel
Elie Wiesel wrote tens of books and was a professor and Nobel Prize winner.
Homeless man jailed after painting Nazi symbols on schools
His lawyer said he ‘had a grudge against the state’.
A Holocaust survivor has been named the world's oldest man
Israel Kristal survived two world wars and the Holocaust before moving to Israel and opening a sweet shop.
Right-wing Polish minister wants jail for anyone who calls Nazi death camps 'Polish'
Poland was attacked and occupied by Nazi Germany during World War II.
Former Nazi guard (94) goes on trial over 170,000 Auschwitz deaths
But Reinhold Hanning is unlikely to serve time over his role at the death camp.
Auschwitz survivor makes successful dance show debut at the age of 90
Holocaust survivor Eva Fahidi is currently starring in a sold-out duet in Budapest.
A 95-year-old former Auschwitz medic is going on trial next month
The man will be standing on at least 3,681 counts of being an accessory to murder.
Comedian's show ruled to be a 'demonstration of anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial'
During his performance French comic Dieudonné M’Bala M’Bala brought a prominent Holocaust denier onto the stage.
Print and be damned? Germany unsure of what to do with 'Mein Kampf'
“There is a German peculiarity of worrying about what others might say.”
Merkel tells Netanyahu: Germany was responsible for the Holocaust
The Israeli leader stirred controversy by claiming a Palestinian leader gave Hitler the idea of exterminating Jews.
TV station uses Nazi Holocaust symbol in a story about Jewish holiday
WGN TV say they are “extremely embarrassed” by their mistake.
'Old, frail, repentant… But still a criminal: The bookkeeper of Auschwitz should die in prison'
Oskar Gröning looks like he could be a kindly grandfather. He probably is. But he also volunteered to serve in one of the greatest murder camps ever constructed.
Bookkeeper of Auschwitz receives his sentence for 300k counts of accessory to murder
Groening yesterday seized a last opportunity to address the judges and said he was “very sorry”.
Nazi officer: 'I share guilt for the Holocaust, and I can't ask for forgiveness'
German national Oskar Groening, 94, stands accused of 300,000 counts of “accessory to murder”.
Trial begins of 'Auschwitz bookkeeper', facing 300k charges of accessory to murder
Oskar Groening has spoken extensively about what he witnessed at the camps.
The messy legal battle for who actually owns Oskar Schindler's lists
Forty years after his death, a court case is playing out in Jerusalem over Oskar Schindler’s belongings.
Urban Outfitters under fire for selling a throw reminiscent of Holocaust prisoner clothing
They’re at it again.
93-year-old woman under investigation for concentration camp role after appearing in RTÉ doc
Hilde Michnia is suspected of taking part in death marches from Bergen-Belsen and Gross-Rosen.
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Syriza, American Sniper, and lustful leggings.
'I think about the different family I might have had – if only she had been given sanctuary'
My grandfather pleaded with the authorities for permission to bring his niece to Ireland in 1938. He was refused – and then the Nazis invaded Poland.
Steven Spielberg warns of 'demons' faced by Jewish people
The director was speaking to a group of Holocaust survivors in Poland today.
Holocaust survivor: 'I'm starting to see nasty things happen again in Europe'
Today marks Holocaust Memorial Day.
These Holocaust memorials are banned in Munich. Why? Because of Jewish opposition
The ‘Stolperstein’ project has been ongoing for 20 years.