Greek Jewish Community Takes Germany to CourtJews in Thessaloniki seeking the return of a ransom paid to Nazis to free thousands of slave laborers who were still sent to death camps.
One Word for Six Million SoulsArutz Sheva radio host's poignant new book memorializing the 6 million Jewish Holocaust victims has caught international attention.
Hungarian Jews Seek Return of Scrolls Looted During WWIIHungarian Jewish leaders talking with Russia over the return of a collection of religious items looted by the Red Army.
Hungarian Jews Pull Out of Holocaust MemorialHungary's largest Jewish organization pulls out of Holocaust memorial year, says PM Orban is "ignoring" the sensitivities of survivors.
Croatia Opens Investigation Against Alleged Auschwitz GuardCroatian prosecutors open a war crimes investigation against 90-year-old suspected of having been a guard in several Nazi camps.
Germany to Boost Efforts to Return Looted Art to OwnersGermany's culture minister says the country will add funding for efforts to return Nazi-looted art to their rightful owners.
In Holocaust 'America and US Jews Did Nothing'After Bennett asks where US was in Holocaust during Auschwitz visit, Langfan cites Yad Vashem historical analysis to answer.
UN Exhibit to Honor March of the LivingWhen You Listen to a Witness, You Become a Witness is new UN exhibition that will open next week.
Hungarian Jews Threaten to Boycott Holocaust Memorial EventsJewish leaders in Hungary the government is whitewashing the country's role in the deportation of Jews to Nazi camps.
Polish Opposition: Don't Say 'Polish Death Camp'Poland opposition's bill would impose prison sentences on those who say Nazi concentration camps were "Polish camps."
New German Law Would Make Ease Return of Looted Art to OwnersGerman state Bavaria drafting a law to ease the return of Nazi-looted art to its rightful owners.
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Strips Nazi Officials of HonorsFamed Vienna Philharmonic quietly strips six former senior Nazi officials of honors awarded them.
Israel Asks Germany to Keep Stolen Art in Jewish HandsDeputy FM Elkin urges Germany to give any Jewish-owned art from Munich trove to Jewish or Israeli museums if heirs are not found.
UN Chief at Auschwitz: A Terrible Horror"The United Nations is committed to the work of Holocaust remembrance and education," says Ban Ki-moon during visit to Auschwitz.
Germany to Speed Up Search for Owners of Looted ArtAmid pressure, the German government will speed up research into the rightful ownership of artworks looted by the Nazis.
Germany: Some of Looted Art Trove May be Returned to Munich ManSome paintings in an art trove looted by the Nazis may be returned to the Munich man in whose apartment they were discovered.
Experts: It Won't be Easy to Track Owners of Looted ArtIdentifying the rightful owners of a vast trove of art looted by the Nazis will be an enormous task, say experts.
Statue of Hungary's Hitler Ally Causes ProtestsDemonstrators stage rival rallies in Budapest, where a bust of Miklos Horthy, an ally of Adolf Hitler, was unveiled.
Germany Finds 1,500 Paintings Stolen by NazisNearly 1,500 priceless paintings that were stolen by the Nazis have been discovered in a flat in Munich.
Peres Thanks Denmark for Saving Jews During WWIIPresident Shimon Peres hosts Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, who is on his first visit to Israel.
Body of Nazi War Criminal Disappeared, Says LawyerNazi war criminal Erich Priebke's family has lost track of his body, claims lawyer Paolo Giachini.
Nazi War Criminal's Funeral Interrupted Amid ProtestsThe funeral of Erich Priebke in a town near Rome was interrupted as hundreds of angry people protested against it.
Hungary's Deputy PM: We Turned Our Backs on JewsHungary must acknowledge its role during the Holocaust, the country's deputy prime minister says.
German Town to Strip Hitler of Honorary Citizenship68 years after his death, the German town of Goslar plans to strip the Nazi leader of his honorary citizenship.
Schindler's Rare Blueprints Sold for $63,426Blueprints for an expansion of Oskar Schindler's Poland factory were sold at an online auction, along with other documents.
Hungary Pledges Funds for Auschwitz UpkeepHungary pledges $160,000 towards the upkeep of the Auschwitz memorial, following criticism that it was stalling on funds.
Rare Schindler Documents Up for Online AuctionRare documents that fill in some major gaps in the story of Holocaust hero Oskar Schindler have gone up for auction online.
Rome: Scuffles Outside Home of Nazi War CriminalScuffles erupted outside the Rome home of Nazi war criminal Erich Priebke, as he celebrated his 100th birthday.
Slovakia Postpones Trial of Most Wanted NaziA Slovak court postponed a hearing into war crimes against 98-year-old Laszlo Csatary when he failed to appear.
American Mennonite Honored as Righteous Among NationsAmerican Mennonite who helped save Jewish children while in France during the Holocaust to be named Righteous Among the Nations.
Hungary Signs New Holocaust Survivor Reparation DealHungary announces deal with US-based Holocaust restitution organization on reparations for Hungarian Holocaust survivors.
Latvian WWII Memorial 'Absolutely Disgusting Insult'Simon Wiesenthal Centre condemns plans by Latvian nationalists to mark World War II event that led to the massacre of Jewish population.
New Book Finds Ties Between Nazis and HollywoodHollywood's major studios not only accepted Nazi censorship, but collaborated with Hitler, finds new book.
Holocaust 'Hero' Turns Out to be Nazi CollaboratorGiovanni Palatucci, known as "Italy's Oskar Schindler", was in fact a Nazi collaborator, new research shows.
Jewish Group Calls on US to Probe Suspected Nazi in MinnesotaSimon Wiesenthal Center calls on US to investigate Minnesota resident suspected of being Nazi SS commandant who concealed wartime record.
Nazi Commander Found Living in the United StatesA top commander of a Nazi SS-led unit has been living in Minnesota since shortly after World War II.
Righteous Gentile Honored Following Work of Kansas TeensWarsaw walkway has been named in honor of Polish woman who saved 2,5000 Jewish children during Holocaust, following work of Kansas teens.
Drawings from Nazi Camp Displayed at Berlin MuseumSecret drawings and sketches that a Czech artist produced and kept hidden from his Nazi captors go on display at the Jewish Museum.
German Director Slams Cancellation of His Wagner OperaThe German theater director, whose controversial staging of a Richard Wagner opera was cancelled, says he was censored.
Germany Arrests Former Auschwitz GuardHans Lipschis, a 93-year-old alleged former guard at Auschwitz, arrested by Germany. He claims he was a cook.
US Holocaust Memorial Reunites Survivors, VeteransHolocaust survivors and US soldiers who liberated Nazi death camps came together Monday in what could be last commemoration of its kind.
Slovakia Paves the Way for Extradition of Hungarian NaziA Slovak court has paved the way for the extradition of Laszlo Csatary from Hungary to Slovakia.
Poland: Hundreds Gather to Mark 70 Years Since Ghetto UprisingHundreds of people, including Holocaust survivors, gathered as Poland marked the 70th anniversary of the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Poland's Jews Mark 70th Anniversary of Ghetto UprisingAround 100 people gathered at Warsaw's synagogue to pay tribute to the Jews who took part in the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
France: Stolen WWII Art Returned to Jewish OwnersSix paintings that fell into the hands of the Nazis after their Jewish owner was forced to sell have been returned to his grandson.
Greek Jews Commemorate Anniversary of Deportation to AuschwitzThessaloniki commemorated the 70th anniversary of the first deportation of its Jews to Auschwitz.
Historians: Former Vienna Philharmonic Chief was SS MemberA former head of Vienna's Philharmonic Orchestra was a member of Nazi Germany's SS, historians say.
Austria Admits Some of its Academics Were NazisThe Austrian Academy of Sciences acknowledges that many of its scientists were members of the Nazi party.
France to Return Stolen Art to Jewish OwnersFrance will return seven paintings to the heirs of two Jewish families whose artworks were stolen during World War II.
Savior of Thousands of Jews Honored PosthumouslyVarian Fry, an American journalist responsible for aiding thousands of Jewish refugees during the Holocaust, was honored posthumously.
Germany Marks 80th Anniversary of Hitler's Rise to PowerGermany is marking the 80th anniversary of Adolf Hitler's rise to power with the inauguration of an exhibition in Berlin.
UN's Falk Compares Hamas to French Resistance During WWIIUN Special Rapporteur, Richard Falk, has comparing Hamas terrorists to fighters with the French resistance during the Holocaust.
Obama: We Will Stay True to Principle of 'Never Again!'Obama commemorated Holocaust Remembrance Day by vowing “to stand in the way of any tyrant or dictator who commits crimes against humanity.”
Merkel: Germany Has 'Everlasting Responsibility' For WWII CrimesGermany has "an everlasting responsibility" for the crimes committed by the Nazis, Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday.
Opera on Nazi Crimes Against Disabled Youth Premieres in ViennaAn opera about Nazi atrocities against handicapped children had its world premiere in Vienna on Friday.
Rare Nazi-Seized Posters to Auction in New YorkA trove of about 4,300 rare vintage advertising posters that were seized by the Nazis in 1938 will go to auction in New York.
Supreme Court Rules: Extradite Serb-Israeli Wanted for GenocideIsrael's supreme court ruled that an Israeli-Serb accused of involvement in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre could be extradited to Bosnia.