Auschwitz Museum offers confidentiality to Nazi war criminalsPolish Jews outraged after director of Auschwitz Museum calls on Nazi guards to come forward with artifacts, promises confidentiality.
List of Auschwitz commanders and guards posted onlineList of the names of Nazi SS commanders and guards who served at Auschwitz published online.
Two stand trial for stealing Auschwitz artifactsTwo Belgians face jail sentences for stealing electrical isolators from Auschwitz fence.
Company: Auschwitz-themed game aimed at raising awarenessEntertainment company in the Czech Republic defends its Auschwitz-themed game from critics who said it was disrespectful.
Auschwitz museum appeals for personal SS documentsDirector of Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum appeals to Germans and Austrians to donate documents related to the SS staff of the camp.
Over 2 million people visited Auschwitz museum in 2016Auschwitz Museum reports more than 2 million visitors in 2016, the most in the history of the museum.
German Holocaust denier convicted a third time88-year-old Ursula Haverbeck sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison after claiming Auschwitz was never used for mass extermination.
German politician jailed for Auschwitz tattooGerman court sentences politician to prison for displaying tattoo of Nazi death camp.
Carved clog charm found at AuschwitzCharm used as jewelry found during work in Auschwitz attic.
Trial of former SS medic opens after long delayTrial of 95-year-old Hubert Zafke, who served at Auschwitz, opens in Germany amid health concerns.
Bones of Nazi victims found in upscale BerlinArchaeologists in Berlin have discovered a huge cache of human bones, close to where Nazi scientists did eugenics research on their victims.
Czech tour bus owner removing Auschwitz design from vehicleOwner of Czech tour bus that advertised Auschwitz as an emotion-packed holiday destination will remove the vehicle's controversial design.
Satirical 'Auschwitz vacation' bus sparks controversyFaux concentration camp bus advertisement draws criticism in Czech Republic.
Pope: Human cruelty didn't end in AuschwitzHours after historic Auschwitz visit, Pope Francis says "the same thing is happening" today in many places.
Pope Francis set to visit Auschwitz todayIn an important stop on his visit to Poland, Pope Francis will meet with Holocaust survivors at Auschwitz death camp.
Auschwitz Museum says 'no' to Pokemon GoAuschwitz Museum in Poland asks makers of new Pokemon game to block players at the former Nazi camp.
Watch: Canadian PM's tearful trip to Auschwitz memorialPrime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the site of the Nazi death camp on Sunday, accompanied with one of the few inmates to survive.
Canadian PM visits Auschwitz Birkenau MuseumCanadian PM pays tribute to victims of the Nazis in visit to Auschwitz Birkenau.
Netanyahu reportedly secreted Auschwitz blueprints to IsraelGerman journalist says Netanyahu brought back original blueprints of Auschwitz to Israel without knowing he was doing something illegal.
Man posed as Auschwitz survivor; lectured in schools for yearsJoseph Hirt, 91, has been doing the lecture circuit telling of his memories from the Holocaust; the problem is, he was never there.
Pennsylvania man admits he lied about being Auschwitz survivorJoseph Hirt of Lancaster County admits he lied about being an Auschwitz survivor and apologizes.
German court verdict due in ex-SS Auschwitz guard case94-year-old guest charged with complicity in over 100,000 murders for choosing who would be killed, who forced to work.
Pope Francis to visit AuschwitzPope Francis to visit Auschwitz on July 29 as part of a five-day trip to Poland.
Auschwitz museum tracks down long-lost inmate belongings16,000 items belonging to Jewish inmates at Nazi death camp had been stowed away and forgotten by communist authorities.
Record attendance at symbolic Auschwitz bike rideA record 150 cyclists or more to participate in the third Holocaust commemorative Ride for the Living in Poland.
Jewelry found inside mug on exhibit at Auschwitz MuseumCurators at the Auschwitz museum find a gold ring and necklace inside an enamel mug on exhibit at the museum.
Auschwitz survivor and longtime NY Jewish leader dies at 92Ernest (Ernie) Michel, who survived Auschwitz and a forced death march, dies at 92.
Survivor loses lawsuit on 'Polish' death campsPolish court dismisses case by Auschwitz survivor against German broadcaster that called Nazi camps 'Polish.'
93-year-old Auschwitz guard dies a week before trialFormer SS guard dies a week before he was scheduled to go on trial for his alleged role in the murder of more than 1,000 at Auschwitz.
Polish court won't drop case against Auschwitz thievesCourt in Poland refuses to drop a case against two British teenagers who were caught stealing from Nazi death camp.
German soccer team apologizes over 'Auschwitz' tweetBayern Munich apologizes after a graphic posted on their Twitter account was misinterpreted as having links to Auschwitz.
Pope Francis to visit Auschwitz in JulyPope Francis to visit Nazi concentration camp as part of his visit to Poland.
'German justice is covering its slipshod job on Holocaust'After hearing is suspended for ill ex-SS Auschwitz medic, his lawyer takes state to task for not bringing 'those responsible' to justice.
'There are still men out there with blood on their hands'Germany begins trial Thursday against former Auschwitz guard, 94, accused of watching over selections for the gas chamber.
Germany puts two SS men on trial over Auschwitz killingsHolocaust survivors, Jewish leaders insist Nazi SS guards' old age should not prevent their prosecution; 'age has no bearing.'
'Auschwitz baby' says last survivors 'must speak out'Angela Orosz, who was born in the Nazi death camp, testifies against former Auschwitz guard; 'we cannot forgive in the name of 6 million.'
Pope Francis expected to visit Auschwitz in JulyVatican spokesman says Pope visit at death camp is "highly probable".
Holocaust survivor donates 'freedom shoes' to Auschwitz90-year-old Israeli survivor donates miniature shoes that helped her live through the Holocaust to the museum at Auschwitz.
Auschwitz saw record visitors in 2015 anniversary year70 years after Nazi death camp liberated by Soviet soldiers, a record 1.72 people visited site in which a million European Jews were killed.
Two British teens headed to trial over Auschwitz theftAfter reversing pleas to not guilty, Polish prosecutors intend to file new charges against teens who stole artifacts from Nazi death camp.
German court deems Auschwitz paramedic fit for trialGerman court permits trial of 95-year-old accused of being an accessory to the murder of at least 3,681 people at Auschwitz.
German police hunt man with Auschwitz tattooMan photographed at public pool with death camp and Nazi slogan tattoo in breach of law; witness shocked by public indifference.
Pope Francis to visit AuschwitzPolish president says Pope Francis asked him in recent meeting for chance to pray for Holocaust victims at death camp next summer.
German court deems former Auschwitz guard fit for trialGerman court says 93-year-old former SS sergeant charged with accessory to murder at Auschwitz is fit for trial.
Canadian Politician Says She 'Didn't Hear' About AuschwitzCandidate in upcoming Canada election reaching out to Jews after causing a firestorm by saying she had not heard of Auschwitz.
Germany Charges Female Who Served at Auschwitz91-year-old woman charged as an accessory to the murder of 260,000 people at Auschwitz.
Auschwitz Removes Controversial Showers for VisitorsOfficials remove showers from entrance to most notorious concentration camp, though still reject comparison to gas chamber "showers."
Matisyahu Plays Concert Just Outside AuschwitzDays after defying BDS, Jewish reggae star plays in last remaining synagogue in infamous Polish town.
Former Nazi's Conviction Must 'Pave the Way' for MoreJewish groups praise Oskar Groening's conviction, but call on European authorities 'not to relent' in bringing all living Nazis to justice.
'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz' Given 4 Years in JailSS sergeant Oskar Groening convicted by German court after admitting to 'guilt' for his role massacring Jews at Auschwitz.
Prosecutors Seeking 3.5-Year Sentence for 'Auschwitz Bookkeeper'German prosecutors ask for 3½-year prison sentence for Oskar Groening, a former SS sergeant who served at Auschwitz.
'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz' Admits Guilt Before Trial PostponedOskar Groening admits guilt for his role in the Holocaust, a day before closing arguments postponed due to his bad health.
Greek Politician Compares Financial Crisis to HolocaustGreek politician causes outrage after posting an image of Auschwitz with its sign altered to reflect the country's economic crisis.
British Teens Arrested Stealing From AuschwitzTwo young Brits caught digging in area where belongings of Jewish victims are still found; had buttons, hair clipper and other artifacts.
Cycling from Auschwitz to Celebrate Jewish LifeRide for the Living honors Holocaust; one survivor participant retraces with family his 55-mile walk to liberation 70 years ago.
Session in Trial of 'Auschwitz Bookkeeper' Called OffThis week's session in the trial of Oskar Groening called off due to his poor health.
Poland to Publish Extensive List of Auschwitz StaffPoland is preparing an extensive list of the personnel who served in Auschwitz, where more than 8,700 people are now believe to have worked.