Thursday, May 28, 2020
Netanyahu and wife Sara arrived in Italy, where they were escorted to the Milan Expo 2015 world trade fair now underway in the city.
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.
The EU announced it will provide more financial assistance to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, a UN group supporting Palestinian refugees.
Pope Francis will visit Auschwitz during a trip to Poland, the Vatican announced.
Oskar Groening, the 93-year-old guard at Auschwitz death camp, will go on trial in Germany this spring on at least 300,000 counts of accessory to murder.
A record 150 cyclists or more are scheduled to participate in the third Holocaust commemorative bike Ride for the Living in Poland.
Denmark announced a new medal that will honor Dan Uzan, who was killed while protecting the Great Synagogue of Copenhagen during a terror attack.
A crowd confronted a man who, after praying in Arabic, shouted Palestine and anti-Israel slogans — calling Israel a terrorist state.
The Jewish Agency for Israel said in a new study that immigration to Israel (Aliyah) from Western Europe was unchanged and that anti-Semitism was behind it.
The ADL condemned remarks by an Austria parliamentarian in which she agreed with a comment on Facebook that 'Zionists money Jews are the global problem.'
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