Friday, April 10, 2020
A French Jew in his sixties was stabbed in Strasbourg in a suspected anti-Semitic attack.
A site collected $30,000 for a Dutch Holocaust survivor couple that had been robbed and beaten in their Amsterdam home and were called 'dirty Jews.'
Guests at the Auschwitz museum and memorial in Poland received quite the surprise over the weekend--they were invited to take a shower.
The Auschwitz Museum says it has rescued from storage 16,000 personal items belonging to Jews killed at the Nazi death camp.
Greece’s second largest city is set to open a Holocaust museum, to honor the more than 40,000 Jews from Thessaloniki that lost their lives to Nazi hands.
A record 150 cyclists or more are scheduled to participate in the third Holocaust commemorative bike Ride for the Living in Poland.
Sky News has issued an apology for featuring images of the Gaza conflict amidst an interview about the Holocaust with Britain's Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis.
In his first ever public comments on the Holocaust, Prince William espoused the virtue of 'keeping the memory alive.'
French lawmakers and others around the world are expressing solidarity with Israel following the terror shooting in Tel Aviv, using #JeSuisTelAviv in posts.
Citing anti-discrimination laws, a Spanish constitutional tribunal recommended scrapping a municipality’s motion calling for a boycott against Israel.


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