Jewish high schoolers picket Polish consulate in NY200 demonstrators outside the Polish consulate in New York protest “attempts to deny Polish war crimes during the Holocaust.”
Ultranationalist 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 Israeli Labor 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 who revealed fake Polish rabbi taking heatReporter 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 rabbi, journalist discoversJacoob Ben Nistell claimed he came from Haifa - but may never even have been to Israel.
Tel Aviv school bans Holocaust trips for 'nationalist' influenceHigh 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 European Museum of the Year AwardPolin Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw wins the European Museum of the Year Award.
15 'hidden Jews' from Poland visit Israel for the first timeThe Shavei Israel organization brings group to celebrate Purim in the Jewish state.
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.
Poland opens museum honoring those who saved Jews during WWIIPoland opens first museum in tribute to Poles who lost their lives helping Jews during World War II.
Polish President's first visit to Jewish Museum in WarsawPolish 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 camp in PolandMaintenance workers at Plaszow concentration camp uncover buried human bones. Police investigating incident.
Will Poland revoke award given to Jewish Historian?American-Polish professor Jan Tomasz may lose state honor for arguing Poles were complicit in Nazi war crimes.
Poland seeks to punish use of the term '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 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.
Polish Jews demand 'firm reaction' to anti-Semitic MPPoland's Jewish leaders say Pawel Kukiz's slur against 'Jewish bankers' set worrying precedent.
Polish lawmaker accuses 'Jewish banker' of funding oppositionPolish 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.
Physics problem: 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 on Roman Polanski extradition to USFamed director could face heavy charges for 1977 rape case.
Poland Summons Russian Envoy Over World War Two CommentWarsaw angry after Russian ambassador claims Poland partially at fault for being invaded by Nazis in 1939.
'Nazi Gold' Treasure Hunters Could Face ChargesPiotr Koper and Andreas Richter could make millions on 'Nazi gold' train find - if they aren't convicted over missing permits.
Polish Explorer Claims to Have Found Nazi TunnelsOn the heels of the gold train saga, Polish explorer says he found underground structure which the Nazis built to protect people.
'Willing to House Refugees - if My Wife Agrees'Former Polish president Lech Walesa supports providing asylum to refugees, as new poll shows most Polish citizens are against.
Men Claiming Discovery of Nazi 'Gold Train' Go PublicTreasure hunters reveal themselves amidst doubt about the train's existence.
Site of Potential 'Nazi Gold Train' a Huge Attraction in PolandPeople flocking in large numbers to an area of Poland where treasure hunters are searching for the alleged Nazi "gold train".
Polish Military Begins Search for Fabled Nazi 'Gold Train'As treasure hunters swam southwestern Poland looking for Nazi loot, Polish Defense Ministry sends army on same mission.
Doubts Cast on Reports of 'Nazi Gold' TrainEvidence that a 'treasure train' from Nazi-era Poland have been found is dubious at best, a local mayor reveals to reporters.
Polish Official Believes Nazi 'Gold Train' ExistsPolish Deputy Culture Minister says he has seen an image to prove the discovery of an armored Nazi train missing since World War II.
Matisyahu Plays Concert Just Outside AuschwitzDays after defying BDS, Jewish reggae star plays in last remaining synagogue in infamous Polish town.
Second Israeli Child Drowns Abroad in a WeekThree-year-old fell into a canal in southeast Poland while on a cruise with his family.
'Jewish History is Buried' in Poland's Vistula RiverJewish tombstones discovered in Poland's Vistula river believed to have come from Warsaw's destroyed Brodno Jewish cemetery.
Report: 300 Tons of Looted Gold Found in Nazi TrainTwo people say they found abandoned Nazi train with $1 billion of stolen gold inside, will divulge location in return for 10% cut.
70 Years after Holocaust, Lodz Opens First Jewish KindergartenSeven decades after Nazi extermination of Lodz ghetto, Polish city to open first Jewish kindergarten as Poland witnesses Jewish revival.
Polish Activist on Trial for Leading Pro-Israel RallyTadeusz Markiewicz faces fine from Warsaw court for pro-Israel demonstration last summer that went past its allotted time.
Christian Unity: Poles Provide Refuge for Syrian ChristiansIndividual efforts of mainly Protestant groups in Poland have opened the door for Christians fleeing the war and bloodshed in Syria.
Anti-Semitic Polish Politician May Be Headed to JailMEP Korwin-Mikke, who gave a Nazi salute during European Parliament, may be guilty of violating ban on incitement to racial hatred.
'Scandalous' Polish Politican Gives Parliamentarians Nazi SaluteA Polish politician stood up in the European Parliament and gave a Nazi salute, in protest over a German proposal.
Outrage as Polish Nude Tag Game in Gas Chamber ReinstatedWorld Jewish Congress President condemns Krakow museum for returning offensive exhibit, after protest had previously closed it.
Poland to Deport Ukrainian Student Over Rude Gesture at Majdanek17-year-old Ukrainian to be deported from Poland for snapping a photo of himself waving his middle finger at a memorial in Majdanek.
Netanyahu Compares UN and Nazi 'Slander of Jews'In meeting with Polish FM, Netanyahu slams UNHRC for upcoming 'war crimes' report, vows to resist boycotts 'locally if we need to.'
'Repulsive' Polish Exhibit Shows Nude Tag Game in Gas ChamberMuseum exhibit with video of nude men and women playing tag receiving patronage from Israel embassy; 'repulsive and offensive.'
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.
Poland to Take in Syrian Christian Refugees60 families fleeing 'barbaric' Islamist violence to be accepted for asylum, days after Poland rejected EU asylum quota.
New Polish President Denounced Holocaust ApologyAndrzej Duda wins after criticizing outgoing president for recognizing Polish complicity in murder of Jews.
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.
'Apples to Apples' Card Causes 'Nazi Poland' SnafuApples to...oranges? Mattel apologizes after Warsaw insists card for 'Schindler's List' in popular game was 'historically inaccurate.'
Poland Cautiously Accepts FBI Chief's Apology on HolocaustPoland's leaders guardedly accept James Comey's words of regret over remarks on Poland's role in the Holocaust.
Young Israel: FBI Director is Right to Target EvilThe National Council of Young Israel praises James Comey's indictment of Polish collusion during the Holocaust, saying it cannot be ignored.
Visits to Auschwitz-Birkenau at Record HighMore people than ever are seeking to visit the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration and death camps.