Friday, April 26, 2019
The Jewish community in a small Greek town is suing for the return of funds paid out during Nazi occupation.
Muslims in Denmark are allowed to create a peace ring around a Copenhagen synagogue that came under a deadly attack recently.
The French comedian behind the controversial neo-Nazi “quenelle” gesture has been banned from entering Great Britain.
The European Union has vowed “unprecedented” support for Israel and Palestine if the two sides reach a peace agreement.
Thirty years after its initiation, the European Day of Jewish Culture will have a record number of countries participating.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center is bringing to attention the absence of Israel from Air France's in-flight maps.
David Cameron sent a letter to Israel’s outgoing ambassador to the United Kingdom Daniel Taub, thanking him for work in strengthening UK-Israel relations.
Slovakia’s neo-Nazi party won eight percent of the vote to gain entrance into the country’s parliament.
The World Jewish Congress is calling on the German government to up efforts to return Nazi-looted art to its rightful owners.
Queen Elizabeth II will visit Bergen-Belsen next month, in a trip that comes on the heels of the 70th anniversary of the notorious Nazi camp's liberation.


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