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# Holocaust

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Column: Here’s the real problem with the world economy
In Ireland and other similar countries, we worry about spending too much. Many people don’t have that luxury, writes economist Ronan Lyons.
# War Crimes
Nazi war crimes suspect acquitted
Sandor Kepiro, 97, has been acquitted of war crime charges related to the execution of 35 Serbs and Jews in Serbia in 1942.
# Holocaust Denial
British bishop convicted of denying Holocaust begins German appeal
Catholic bishop Richard Williamson claims he was asked “leading questions” in a Swedish TV interview.
# Cannes
Controversial movie director Lars von Trier banned from Cannes over Hitler comments
The Danish director said he thought he understood “the man” and “sympathises with him a little bit”.
# Poland
Notorious Auschwitz sign repaired after 2009 theft
The notorious “Arbeit Macht Frei” (Work Sets You Free) sign was stolen in 2009 by Swedish man with neo-Nazi ties.
# most wanted
Who are the world's most wanted Nazis?
Twelve men are on the list of the most wanted Nazi-era war criminals, compiled by a Jewish human rights organisation. The hunt continues after a Nazi death camp guard was convicted this week.
# nazi trial
Former death camp guard found guilty of helping Nazis to kill thousands
Trial of John Demjanjuk could not find specific evidence to show he killed Sobibor concentration camp victims – but proved that his work there showed he was an accessory to death.
# Holocaust
Israeli memorial collects final relics of the Holocaust
Project described as a “last minute rescue operation” to preserve the memories of Jewish people killed in WWII begins collecting items saved and cherished by surviving family members.
# Mel Gibson
Mel Gibson called me an "oven dodger", says Winona Ryder
The actress says that Gibson made homophobic and anti-semitic remarks to her during a party 15 years ago – including calling her an “oven dodger”, in reference to her Jewish heritage.
# Italy
Vatican attacks Berlusconi over offensive jokes
The Italian prime minister just can’t catch a break – especially after making anti-Semitic jokes.
# Death Camps
Controversial historian offers 'set the record straight' tours of Nazi death camps
David Irving, who has been jailed for his claims that there were no gas chambers in the Third Reich, plans to offer €1,750 tours of death camps.
# I Will Survive!
Holocaust surviving dancer defends YouTube video
The man at the centre of a viral video responds to claims of ‘insensitivity’.
# Say It With Dance
I will survive!
Holocaust survivor dances his message at concentration camp sites.