Today we remember Irena SendlerOn this day in 1910, a woman who would save many children in the Warsaw ghetto was born.
Blue Card receives grant to help Holocaust survivorsGroup that provides assistance to Holocaust survivors receives $120,000 grant from the Jewish Federations of North America.
Watch: How Jewish refugee was saved from HolocaustPolish-Jewish refugee marries Vietnamese man who ultimately saves her and her family's life.
Senate bill would honor soldier who protected Jewish POWsBipartisan bill would honor spldier who protected 200 American-Jewish POWs during World War II with the Congressional Gold Medal.
Before and after "Charlotte"An interview with Dutch film director Frans Weisz.
Holocaust survivor who sang in Theresienstadt dies at 95Edgar Krasa, Holocaust survivor who sang in Theresienstadt concentration camp's chorus, has died.
Will 'Joe's Violin' get an Oscar?'Joe's Violin' tells the story of holocaust survivor who donates his historic violin to needy child when he can't play it anymore.
Trump aide: Holocaust statement criticism is 'asinine'Deputy assistant to Trump says that criticism of statement on Holocaust was motivated solely by a desire to attack the president.
Survivor of 8 Nazi concentration camps dies at 94Chaim Ferster, a Polish-Jewish Holocaust survivor who spent time in eight concentration camps, passes away.
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.
Graves of Holocaust victims looted, desecrated across UkraineLooters dig up mass graves of Holocaust victims, desecrate remains in search for gold teeth and jewelry.
Bill allowing survivors to sue insurers reintroducedBipartisan bill that would allow Holocaust survivors to sue insurance companies in U.S. courts reintroduced.
'You should be gassed for what you say on this campus'Jewish student at Beloit College, Wisconsin, received an anti-Semitic note on International Holocaust Memorial Day.
Honor Nazi victims by speaking out against anti-SemitismIsrael's UN Ambassador calls on Jewish people to unite against anti-Semitism, libels, and inappropriate Holocaust comparisons.
Milan marchers protest vandalism of Holocaust memorialLarge crowd marches through central Milan as a human chain to protest the defacement of “stumbling stone” Holocaust memorial.
Nazi propaganda chief Goebbels' secretary dies at 106Former Nazi secretary dies 'without guilt', book on her memories to be published in 2017.
Poland's WWII museum gets caught in political crosshairsCritics slam Polish WWII museum for neglecting 'Polish perspective' on war.
New branch of Yad Vashem to open in NegevHolocaust museum to open new branch in Negev city to deal with increasing number of requests and visitors.
'None of us would be here if Dr. Helmy hadn't existed'Medical doctor becomes first Arab "Righteous among the Nations"; risked life to save Jews during Holocaust.
Shaked: The Holocaust began with incitementJustice Minister says Shoah began with incitement, and incitement against Jews continues to this day in the BDS movement and the PA.
Holocaust Remembrance Day: Distortion in Holocaust MemorializingMuch European Holocaust remembrance is a rewriting of history that downplays local cooperation with Nazis and blurs the victims' identity.
US Holocaust survivors' requests for help grow 20 percentA group that provides assistance to Holocaust survivors in the United States says requests for assistance grew by 20 percent in 2016.
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.
Netanyahu: Trump understands the Iranian threatPrime Minister says world continues to be silent on Iran's genocidal ambitions, but Trump's inauguration may be harbinger of change.
#WeRemember: Over 200,000 post photos to commemorate Holocaust200,000 people post photos of themselves on social media ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
EJC president: Europe must prove Jews have a future hereEuropean Jewish Congress (EJC) President Dr. Moshe Kantor called on European leaders to adopt IHRA definition of anti-Semitism.
Watch: 'El Maleh Rahamim' prayer sung at EU parliamentAt a ceremony marking the International Holocaust Remembrance Day at the EU, Chief Cantor of the IDF, Shai Abramson sung 'El Maleh Rahamim'.
Nazi hunter criticizes Israeli silence on Croatian distortionEfraim Zuroff says Israel is “abdicating its duty” to Holocaust survivors.
Arab Meretz MK compares Trump and Regev to NazisHolocaust survivors walk out as MK Esawi Frej compares between Nazi Germany and statements made by Trump and Israeli Culture Minister.
Vandals deface new Milan ‘stumbling stone’ Holocaust memorialVandals deface new Holocaust memorial in Italy with black paint days before commemoration of international Holocaust Memorial Day.
WJC Promotes Holocaust remembranceSurvivors share photographs from the Holocaust
Hundreds of runners mark Holocaust in RomeHundreds of participants in a road race through downtown Rome commemorate the Holocaust while looking to the future.
Croatian Jews to boycott Shoah memorial over whitewashingCroatian Jewish community to boycott country's Holocaust memorial in protest against whitewashing of World War 2 regime's crimes.
German party: Populist who called to end Nazi guilt can stayGerman right-wing party decides not to boot politician who said Germany should stop atoning for Nazi past.
Lawyer sentenced to prison for defrauding Holocuast survivors70-year old lawyer sentenced to 1 year in prison, fines, after defrauding Holocaust survivors seeking compensation from Hungary.
Israeli artist launches campaign to shame 'Holocaust selfies'One man declares war on disrespectful behavior at Holocaust memorial, finds unique way to publicly shame selfie-snapping guests.
German official blasts right-wing politician's Holocaust remarkGermany's vice chancellor, Sigmar Gabriel, blasts member of AfD party who criticized Germany for atoning for its Nazi past.
Right-wing German politician slams Berlin Holocaust memorialBjoern Hoecke, a right-wing German politician, called the Berlin Holocaust memorial a 'monument of shame in the heart of the capital'.
'Obama was the biggest liar in the world'Head of Holocaust education institute says today's youth is just as ready to learn about the Shoah as ever, blasts Obama's Israel policies.
Germany to fund Holocaust museum in ThessalonikiJewish community in Greece's second city gets the go-ahead to build a Holocaust museum, funded in part by Germany.
Foreign Ministry welcomes Torah scroll from BucharestForeign Ministry synagogue holds traditional ceremony welcoming Torah scroll from Bucharest.
Researchers find jewelry, hair pins in Sobibór death campResearchers find jewelry, hair pins beneath floorboards in Sobibór death camp.
Holocaust Jews: Murdered precisely because they were sinlessWhat Yediot Acharonot's first editor Ezriel Carlebach wrote about the Jewish victims of the Holocaust in 1942.
Today: The Fast of the Tenth of TevetThe fast mourning the siege of Jerusalem in Temple times is also the day kaddish is said for Holocaust victims whose yahrzeit is unknown.
Norway public broadcaster apologizes for spoofing HolocaustNorway’s public broadcaster apologizes for referencing Holocaust in a satirical cartoon about the financial situation of university students
Dutch rescuer of Jews during Holocaust dies at 96Marion Pritchard, a Dutch social work student who rescued Jews during World War II, has died.
University student union votes for Holocaust educationThe student union board at Ryerson University approves Holocaust Education Week resolution after anti-Israel students stage walkout.
Cousins who thought family died in Holocaust united in IsraelFirst cousins who thought entire family died in Holocaust meet thanks to Yad Vashem testimony.
Pre-WW2 film which foresaw expulsion of Jews to be restoredSegments of pre-World War II Austrian film that foresaw the expulsion of Jews will be restored thanks to crowd-funding campaign.
Siemens finances publication of Jewish slave laborer’s memoirThe German corporation Siemens has financed the publication of the memoir of a former Jewish slave laborer who worked for the company.
$3.5 million raised for Spielberg’s Shoah FoundationA gala for director Steven Spielberg's Shoah Foundation raised $3.5 milliom
The need for 'Post-Holocaust Studies'A renowned scholar of anti-Semitism advocates the establishment of a new discipline: Post-Holocaust Studies.
Latvian president admits local complicity in Nazi atrocitiesLatvian president Raimonds Vejonis attended a memorial ceremony at a Holocaust mass murder site near Riga and admitted local complicity.
Obama taps 5 to serve on Holocaust memorial boardPresident Obama appoints five people to serve on the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council, including its current chairman.
The trap of travesty: The Shoah as show businessLife was not beautiful, nor amusing, nor did the victims dance, during the darkness of the Holocaust.
Russian 'Holocaust on ice' routine causes uproarSocial media outraged after Putin spokesman's wife appears on reality show dancing while dressed as a concentration camp prisoner.
Israel opposes use of term 'Polish Death Camps'Israel and Poland released a joint statement opposing the use of the term 'Polish death camps' to describe Nazi concentration camps.