Watch: A survivor's forgivenessHow a Holocaust survivor reacted when he met his best friend - who was responsible for the deaths of his wife and child.
Germany mulls trying 8 concentration camp workersGerman authorities identify four men, four women who helped operate Nazi concentration camp from 1942 to 1945.
Traveling zoo set up on Holocaust site in UkraineCity in northwestern Ukraine authorizes the placing of a traveling zoo on the mass grave of thousands of Jewish Holocaust victims.
Holocaust hero Wallenberg executed by SovietsKGB chief's journal reveals fate of Swedish diplomat instrumental in saving thousands of Jews from Holocaust.
Holocaust hero passes away at 90Phillip Bialowitz, survived the Sobibor death camp rebellion, then dedicated his life to a promise he made to the rebel leaders.
'Lithuania - One big mass murder site'ILTV speaks with Holocaust expert Efraim Zuroff, who has co-authored a book on the mass murder of Jews in Lithuanian during World War II
Real-life 'Pianist' family wins defamation appealThe family of the late Jewish-Polish protagonist of the film "The Pianist" wins appeal against defamation of their father.
Polish court upholds controversial restitution lawCourt in Poland rejects motion to scrap a law that critics say is preventing restitution of property that belonged to Jewish families.
Dutch magnate blasts family over treatment of JewsDutch textile magnate says his predecessors "behaved in a heartless manner" during the Holocaust.Ho
700 march for Warsaw ghetto doctors, nursesMarchers hang ribbons with the names of the dead to honor the medical personnel of the Warsaw ghetto.
Holocaust survivors perform in former ghettoMusical duo of Holocaust survivors from Florida return to their native Poland to perform there for the first time.
Amsterdam settles with survivors for $11MCity rejects calls to give direct restitution to Holocaust survivors taxed while held in concentration camps, pays Jewish groups $11M.
Paris synagogue hit for hosting fringe historianHistorian justified Vichy France's collaboration with Nazi Germany, handing over of thousands of Jews for extermination.
Polish officials criticized Holocaust revisionismJewish groups up in arms over controversial comments by leading Polish officials regarding the country's role during the Holocaust.
Alabama councilwoman threatened over HolocaustCouncilwoman in Birmingham says a gun-wielding Jewish man threatened to harm her for opposing city funding of a Holocaust memorial.
Pokemon player finds body at Holocaust MemorialNew Hampshire youth playing Pokemon Go discovers dead body in stream near Holocaust memorial.
Binyamina Rebbe laid to rest in Har HamenuchotThe late hassidic rebbe and Holocaust survivor made all Jews feel welcome in his home.
Yad Vashem honors Dutch man and daughterYad Vashem posthumously honors Jan Willem Kamphuis and his daughter Klazenia Kamphuis-Vink from Holland who hid Jews from the Nazis.
75 years after pogrom, Poland wrestles complicityPolish politicians and academics wrestle with legacy of complicity in Holocaust atrocities exemplified in story of Jedwabne pogrom.
After Elie Wiesel, can anyone unite American Jews?Following Elie Wiesel's, is the American Jewish community too divided to unite under any one person’s moral voice?
Locals absent at ceremony marking Polish atrocityEvent commemorating 340 Jews burned alive by anti-Semitic Poles underlines Poland's complicated relationship with its past.
Watch: Canadian PM's tearful trip to AuschwitzPrime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the site of the Nazi death camp on Sunday, accompanied with one of the few inmates to survive.
Oregon Jewish Museum gets permanent homeOregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education will have a new and permanent home next year.
Victims of Polish atrocity remembered150 people attend commemoration on the 75th anniversary of a massacre of hundreds of Polish Jews in Jedwabne.
Hundreds pay tribute to Elie Wiesel's in RomaniaNobel laureate was instrumental in getting Romania to face up to its dark past.
7 Elie Wiesel books that show his influenceWorld-renowned Holocaust survivor, human rights activist best known for his memoirs - but his memory lives on in dozens of other works too.
Nobel laureate: Poles persecuted Jews in HolocaustSvetlana Alexievich defies Polish crack-downs on suggestions that Polish people were involved in attacking Jews.
Holocaust survivors to receive increased aidAfter long negotiations with German government, Claims Conference secures large increase in aid to elderly Holocaust survivors.
70 years since Polish Holocaust survivors massacrePolish president leads memorial for post-Holocaust Kielce massacre, vows to fight 'even the most minor of acts of anti-Semitism.'
In Romania, poignant memories of Elie WieselPerhaps nowhere is Elie Wiesel's passing felt more poignantly than in his country of birth.
‘Mein Kampf’ profits to aid Holocaust survivorsPublisher announces all US proceeds of Adolf Hitler’s manifesto will be donated to Holocaust survivors.
X-ray technology finds holocaust escape tunnelNew technology allows researchers to discover tunnel dug by prisoners in an attempt to escape the Nazis.
Man posed as Auschwitz survivorJoseph Hirt, 91, has been doing the lecture circuit telling of his memories from the Holocaust; the problem is, he was never there.
Leading Polish politician honors synagogue victimsJaroslaw Kaczynski stresses dangers of anti-Semitism, important of Poland-Israel ties, at Great Synagogue of Bialystok speech.
Man admits he lied about being Auschwitz survivorJoseph Hirt of Lancaster County admits he lied about being an Auschwitz survivor and apologizes.
Disgraced mayor confronted over Hitler claimsHolocaust survivor: 'They do it whilst there are some survivors still around. What will they do when we’re all gone?'
Film about notorious Dutch lawyers bares allMax Moszkowicz survived Auschwitz and established a line of successful Jewish lawyers - but beneath the surface lurked many demons.
Ex-SS guard convicted for complicity in AuschwitzReinhold Hanning jailed after trial in Germany; expressed regret to victims.
Jews outraged at plan to auction Nazi relicsLeading German Jewish group blasts planned auction of Nazi memorabilia, including Hermann Goering's underpants.
Michigan mandates Holocaust educationMichigan public schools must teach about genocide, including the Holocaust and the Armenian Genocide, under a new law.
$20 million gift revitalizes US Holocaust museumUS Holocaust Memorial Museum to use one of the largest gifts in its history to focus on technology, democracy.
6 million Mishnayot in memory of Holocaust victims6,250,000 Mishnah books were used as part of a special school learning in memory of Holocaust victims and Allied army fighters.
Modigliani owner denies canvas stolen by NazisLegal row ongoing as billionaire art dealer denies artwork was stolen from Jewish dealer by the Nazis during World War Two.
Congress: Germany must up aid for Shoah victimsUS House of Representatives overwhelmingly backs resolution calling on Germany to increase aid to Holocaust survivors.
Auschwitz museum finds long-lost inmate belongings16,000 items belonging to Jewish inmates at Nazi death camp had been stowed away and forgotten by communist authorities.
Swedish nun who saved Jews from Nazis made a saintMary Elizabeth Hesselblad rescued at least 12 Jews during the Holocaust, hiding them her convent in Rome.
Swedish nun sainted for saving JewsMary Elizabeth Hesselblad, who saved between 12 and 60 Jews during Holocaust, receives beatification from Pope Francis.
'Comparing Israel to Nazis is anti-Semitic'Body devoted to commemorating the Holocaust adopts a definition of anti-Semitism that includes some hate speech against Israel.
Harry Wu, human rights fighter: A giant among menFarewell tribute to a man with a crystal heart who died suddenly a month ago.
Holocaust monuments vandalized in Poland, ItalyFar-right anti-Semites target memorial in Poland, while far-left vandals desecrate Holocaust memorial in Italy.
Holocaust survivor sings anthem at Tigers game89-year-old Hermina Hirsch fulfills lifelong dream, sings national anthem at Detroit Tigers-Tampa Bay Rays game.
Amsterdam to pay Jews for Holocaust survivor taxesAmsterdam will give Jewish community $11 million as compensation for taxes imposed on Holocaust survivors who returned home.
Brazilian senators associate Holocaust with crisisTwo Brazilian senators compare the Holocaust to Brazil's political environment following President Rousseff's suspension.
WWII vet reunited with survivor he liberatedSid Shafner and Marcel Levy forged a close friendship after Shafner liberated Dachau concentration camp, but the two lost touch for decades.
Antwerp demo over refusal to honor Shoah victimsJews from Brussels mounted demonstration against Antwerp - and its local Jewish community - for vetoing cobblestone memorial.
Romania facilitates restitution of survivorsRomania’s Parliament passes legislation prioritizing the processing of claims belonging to Holocaust survivors.
Polish NY consulate picketed for 'Shoah whitewash'200 demonstrators protest attempts by Polish government to 'deny Polish war crimes during the Holocaust.'