Holocaust Denier Ordered to Visit AuschwitzCourt orders first Hungarian convicted under a Holocaust denial law to visit Auschwitz or Yad Vashem.
Russia Unveils New Exhibition at AuschwitzRussia unveils an exhibition honoring its soldiers at the Auschwitz-Birkenau museum, on the anniversary of the camp's liberation.
Auschwitz Records 1.43 Million Visitors in 2012The Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp memorial and museum registered 1.43 million visitors in 2012, a record number in its 65-year history.
The Auschwitz Boxer – A Surviving Holocaust StoryA Holocaust survivor recalls “Prisoner 77,” who boxed his way into survival at the notorious Auschwitz death camp.
Oldest Known Auschwitz Survivor DiesAntoni Dobrowolski, the oldest known survivor of Auschwitz, passed away on Sunday at age 108
Video: Google Makes History Come Alive on the WebGoogle launched a new online archive of landmark 20th century events and personalities, highlighting a number of key Jewish themes.
Jews Denounce Ad Mocking Holocaust VictimsAn Estonian newspaper has published an ad for weight-loss pills depicting emaciated Jews in a Nazi death camp.
Italian Man Steals Barbed Wire from Auschwitz66-year-old Italian man arrested after being caught with a piece of barbed wire he stole from the Auschwitz concentration camp.
Israel Police and ‘Unwritten Will’ in AuschwitzHundreds of officers visit the infamous Auschwitz-Birkenau death camps in uniform. ‘Fulfilling our slain brothers’ last command.’
ADL Slams Comparison of Exile Camp to AuschwitzLawmakers accused US, Iraqi leaders of being responsible for atrocious conditions of Iranian exiles, with one making comparison to Auschwitz
Hamas Outraged Over PA Official's Auschwitz VisitA visit to Auschwitz by an advisor to PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas has sparked outrage among Hamas terrorists.
Last Survivor of 1942 Auschwitz Escape Passes AwayAugust Kowalczyk, the last remaining survivor from a group of prisoners who escaped Auschwitz in 1942, passes away at 90.
Australia Donates $500,000 to Auschwitz FundThe Australian government donated $500,000 to the Auschwitz-Birkenau preservation fund.
UK Newspaper Tracks Down No.1 'Most Wanted' NaziA British newspaper says it has tracked down the world's Number 1 'Most Wanted' Nazi war criminal.
Soccer Team's Auschwitz Visit Sparks ControversyProminent German Jewish leader criticizes a visit by members of the German national soccer team to the Auschwitz death camp.
German Soccer Delegation to Visit AuschwitzGerman soccer players and officials will visit Auschwitz-Birkenau, after an exhibition game against Israel before the European Championship.
Chinese Premier Visits AuschwitzThe Chinese Premier placed a floral wreath in China's national colors at the foot of the "wall of death,” to commemorate the six million.
Chinese Premier Visits Auschwitz Death CampChina's prime minister pays homage to the victims of the Nazi Auschwitz death camp.
Shoah Called "The Greatest Lie of Modern Times"Robert Faurisson sparks an uproar with a blatantly anti-Semitic article in an Italian gov't funded newspaper.
Auschwitz Survivor Dies 67 Years after LiberationKazimierz Smolen, a 91-year-old Auschwitz survivor, dies 67 years to the day the camp was liberated.
Dubai Pulls ‘Insane’ Ad Exploiting HolocaustA Dubai fitness center pulls an ad that featured train tracks to the Auschwitz death camp and the slogan, “Kiss your calories goodbye.”
Video: PA Incitement on Israel and AuschwitzA Palestinian Authority deputy minister alleges that Israeli prison conditions for Arabs are worse than those in Auschwitz.
Golda Sought Bombing of AuschwitzGolda Meir was one of Jewish leaders who tried to persuade US government to bomb the camp in 1944; told of "sea of blood and corpses."
More Thefts from Death CampsA spate of thefts from Nazi death camps the past two years continues, and this time the culprits are none other than Israelis.
Stolen Auschwitz Sign RestoredThe "Arbeit Macht Frei" sign which was stolen from Auschwitz and broken into three pieces,has been restored almost to its previous condition.
Project HEART Returns a NecklaceProject HEART, whose mission is to restore assets to Holocaust victims, reports first success just in time for Yom Hashoah.
Remains of Auschwitz CrumblingThe Auschwitz museum is dying along with Holocaust survivors as officials scramble to raise funds so future generations will not forget.
Imams’ Tears at AuschwitzA group of American Muslim leaders made a first-of-its-kind visit to Nazi concentration camps this week, prompting tears from at least one of them.
First Auschwitz Train ReenactedAuschwitz survivors re-enacted the route of the first-ever transport of prisoners to the death camp yesterday, on its 70th anniversary.
Rabbi Lau, Sharansky Head MarchStudents from over 30 nations and thousands of others will take part in next week's March of the Living in Poland, led by Sharansky and Rabbi Lau.
Polish Bishop 'Misquoted'?A Polish bishop claims he was misquoted by an Italian Catholic website that said he believes the Holocaust was a Jewish invention.
'We'll See if World Stops Evil’“We shall see if the world deals with evil before it spreads,” Netanyahu said at the opening of the Auschwitz blueprint exhibit Monday.
Rabbi Lau at Cabinet MeetingRabbi Lau will participate in the weekly cabinet meeting to discuss International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Swedes Behind Auschwitz TheftForeign trophy hunters,” possibly from Sweden, are suspected as being behind the theft of the infamous “Work Will Make You Free” sign at Auschwitz.
Holocaust Sign Found in PiecesPolish police recovered an infamous sign stolen from the site of Auschwitz and arrested five alleged thieves. The sign was broken in three pieces.