Tuesday, June 27, 2017
A German institute is pledging to go ahead with plans to print a version of “Mein Kampf,” despite the book’s government ban.
A man imprisoned for his part in murdering Israeli and US diplomats was honored outside Paris last week.
A Spanish hotel built on the site of an ancient shul has opened a synagogue on one of its floors.
Kiev Jews gathered Wednesday to pray for their country, hours after a police raid in Independence Square left dozens injured.
Poland has named 2014 the year of Jan Karski, a resistance fighter who was crucial in spurring allied intervention in World War II.
Israeli directors walked away with top honors at the European Film Awards last weekend.
Henry Winkler was honored as a "Literacy Hero" last week in London.
An influential Spanish duke has made the first official apology to the Jews of Gibraltar, for their expulsion in the lead up to the Inquisition.
Fragments of human skeletons recently discovered in Warsaw are believed to have been buried at the time of the ghetto's famous uprising.
Two Turkish citizens were recently detained at Auschwitz for allegedly making Nazi salutes.


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