Monday, June 25, 2018
Alice Herz-Sommer, a Holocaust survivor and subject of a Shoah documentary currently nominated for an Oscar, died Sunday in London.
As tensions continue to mount in Ukraine, Jewish groups are urging a peaceful solution to protests between the Ukrainian opposition and government.
The creator of a neo-Nazi salute has been ordered to remove offensive segments from a YouTube video.
Croatian prosecutors have opened a war crimes investigation into an elderly man who allegedly worked as Nazi guard during World War II.
Kosher slaughter will be illegal in Denmark, beginning Monday, by order of Agriculture and Food Minister Dan Jørgensen.
The minister of immigrant absorption for Israel has plans to aid the path to citizenship for the rising numbers of French Jews coming into the Jewish state.
Suspects startled passengers on a Belgian train when they used the speaker system to instruct Jews to disembark and take a 'short shower' at Auschwitz.
Descendants of Spanish Jews forced out of the country in the 15th century will finally be allowed to return home.
Hungary’s Jewish community has decided to boycott a national Holocaust memorial program, over alleged Hungarian distortions to Shoah history.
Five German non-Jews were honored recently for their efforts to help preserve Jewish history.


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