Friday, August 23, 2019
Spain’s king honored Sephardic Jews at a ceremony recognizing a new law conferring citizenship on the descendants of those banished during the Inquisition.
A French-Jewish politician was stabbed to death in what some are calling an anti-Semitic assassination.
Hungary will not label separately products made in the West Bank or the Golan Heights, its foreign minister said.
A collection of historical documents from the Nuremberg Trials are set to be displayed and auctioned off in time for commemorations of the Holocaust.
A German institute is pledging to go ahead with plans to print a version of “Mein Kampf,” despite the book’s government ban.
Following protests by two Jewish groups, a Paris auction house canceled an auction of Nazi objects.
Nearly 40,000 people by Wednesday morning had signed a petition calling for the arrest of Benjamin Netanyahu.
A group of unsuspecting plumbers recently uncovered a hive of ancient mikvehs in Portugal.
By JTA Adolf Hitler’s birthplace in Austria will be torn down and a new building with no connection to the Nazi leader will be built in its place. The plan was announced by the country’s Interior Ministry. The plan still has...
Monaco's Prince Albert II apologized Thursday for his country’s history of deporting Jews to Nazi concentration camps during the Holocaust.


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