Polish artist finds Jewish scripture in garbageArtist from southern Poland finds a cache of priceless Jewish scripture books in a pile of garbage.
Poland: Demonstration features burning JewsSeveral dozen soccer fans in Poland hang banner containing anti-Semitic language at a train station in Lodz.
Treasure hunters come up empty in 'gold train' digTreasure hunters in Poland fail to find a hidden train long rumored to be filled with Nazi gold.
Jewish center slated for Polish town with no JewsJewish center to be built town of Radomsko, which has been empty of Jews since the Holocaust.
Poland signs law to prevent return of propertyPresident Andrzej Duda has signed a law which would allow Warsaw to refuse property claims for confiscations made after World War II.
Polish law aims to eliminate Holocaust reputationUnder the controversial new law, individuals who refer to the Nazi camps as "Polish death camps" will be imprisoned for up to three years.
Poland proposes: Jail users of Polish death campsPolish government proposes bill that would make the use of terms like "Polish death camps" a crime punishable by jail time.
'Gold train' dig to separate fact from fiction?Treasure hunters in Poland start digging for a hidden train long rumored to be filled with Nazi gold from the end of World War II.
Polish president pens eulogy for survivorPolish president Andrzej Duda publishes long statement eulogizing a Holocaust survivor who escaped the Sobibor death camp.
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.
Pope Francis becomes newest Krakow JCC memberPope Francis is the newest member of the Krakow Jewish Community Center.
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.
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.
Polish officials criticized Holocaust revisionismJewish groups up in arms over controversial comments by leading Polish officials regarding the country's role during the Holocaust.
75 years after pogrom, Poland wrestles complicityPolish politicians and academics wrestle with legacy of complicity in Holocaust atrocities exemplified in story of Jedwabne pogrom.
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.
Victims of Polish atrocity remembered150 people attend commemoration on the 75th anniversary of a massacre of hundreds of Polish Jews in Jedwabne.
Polish party leader gets anti-Semitic death threatProfanity-laden death threat sent to head of anti-racism party, even though target is not Jewish.
Nobel laureate: Poles persecuted Jews in HolocaustSvetlana Alexievich defies Polish crack-downs on suggestions that Polish people were involved in attacking Jews.
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.'
X-ray technology finds holocaust escape tunnelNew technology allows researchers to discover tunnel dug by prisoners in an attempt to escape the Nazis.
Leading Polish politician honors synagogue victimsJaroslaw Kaczynski stresses dangers of anti-Semitism, important of Poland-Israel ties, at Great Synagogue of Bialystok speech.
Polish foreign minister to visit Israel next weekPoland's FM Witold Waszczykowski will meet Netanyahu, other leading Israeli officials in first visit to Israel since taking office.
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.
Krakow: Night of Synagogues bolsters Jewish pride7 synagogues of Krakow's historic Jewish district open their doors for a night-time mini-festival to raise Jewish awareness.
Warsaw Jewish Theatre closedJewish Theatre building in Warsaw closed due to the poor physical condition of the building.
Teen arrested for Holocaust memorial vandalismA teenager in Poland arrested for allegedly smashing a Holocaust monument and scrawling anti-Semitic slogans.
Holocaust monuments vandalized in Poland, ItalyFar-right anti-Semites target memorial in Poland, while far-left vandals desecrate Holocaust memorial in Italy.
Polish NY consulate picketed for 'Shoah whitewash'200 demonstrators protest attempts by Polish government to 'deny Polish war crimes during the Holocaust.'
Jewish high schoolers picket NY Polish consulate200 demonstrators outside the Polish consulate in New York protest “attempts to deny Polish war crimes during the Holocaust.”
Nazi burns poster of Polish mayor wearing kippahPolish anti-Semite who wrote book entitled 'How I fell in love with Adolf Hitler' condemned for latest provocative stunt.
Poland: Town square named after MK's familyMK Hilik Bar's family was murdered in the Holocaust - but the town where they once lived has chosen to preserve their memories.
Polish clergy to attend 70th anniversary of pogromDespite strong debate over Polish complicity in Holocaust, clergy will take part in commemoration of post-Holocaust pogrom.
Reporter taking heat after revealing fake rabbiReporter claims he was 'threatened' after revealing that Polish community rabbi is really gentile cook.
Survivor loses lawsuit on 'Polish' death campsPolish court dismisses case by Auschwitz survivor against German broadcaster that called Nazi camps 'Polish.'
Rabbi in Poland not actually a rabbiJacoob Ben Nistell claimed he came from Haifa - but may never even have been to Israel.
Why did a Tel Aviv school ban Holocaust trips?High school principle complains remembrance trips to concentration camps encourage students to be too pro-Israel.
Hillel International to launch in PolandHillel International will launch operations in Poland, with Hillel Warsaw to open on April 18.
Polish Jewry museum wins Museum of the Year AwardPolin Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw wins the European Museum of the Year Award.
15 Polish 'hidden Jews' make first Israel visitThe Shavei Israel organization brings group to celebrate Purim in the Jewish state.
Polish court won't drop case Auschwitz theft caseCourt in Poland refuses to drop a case against two British teenagers who were caught stealing from Nazi death camp.
Poland opens museum honoring those who saved JewsPoland opens first museum in tribute to Poles who lost their lives helping Jews during World War II.
Polish President's first visit to Jewish MuseumPolish President Andrzej Duda calls exhibition of 900 years of shared history 'spectacular.'
Pole indicted for burning a Jewish effigyIndictment submitted against Polish man and other indictments being weighed, over anti-Semitism in protest at 'European Culture Capital.'
Human remains found in Nazi concentration campMaintenance workers at Plaszow concentration camp uncover buried human bones. Police investigating incident.
Will Poland revoke award from Jewish Historian?American-Polish professor Jan Tomasz may lose state honor for arguing Poles were complicit in Nazi war crimes.
Poland seeks punishment for 'Polish death camps'Poland drawing up new regulations to punish use of the phrase “Polish death camps” in reference to Nazi concentration camps.
Poland’s president honors Jewish Theater actors‘Polish and Jewish people send a message of peace to the world,’ Polish PM says, after medals given to Jewish actors.
Two 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.
Polish Jews urge 'firm action' to anti-Semitic MPPoland's Jewish leaders say Pawel Kukiz's slur against 'Jewish bankers' set worrying precedent.
Polish lawmaker makes anti-Semitic slurPolish MP issues anti-Semitic slur over opposition marches in Warsaw.
Experts say 'Nazi gold train' isn't realPolish mining experts run tests, say they are '100% sure' no Nazi train in tunnels; men who claimed find demand excavation to be vindicated.
Jewish effigy burned at European Culture CapitalAnti-migrant protest in Poland's Wroclaw, ironically chosen as European Capital of Culture 2016, sees figure of Orthodox Jew burned.
'How many refugees to throw in the sea?'Polish teacher under fire after asking 14-year-olds to solve how many Syrian migrants they should drown in order to save others.
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.
Polish court to weigh Polanski extradition to USFamed director could face heavy charges for 1977 rape case.