Saturday, April 21, 2018
Over 1,000 individuals have already applied for funds from a new compensation program concerning work performed in ghettos during World War II.
Auschwitz has expanded its online program to include versions in Arabic, Persian, Spanish and Portuguese.
A collection of historical documents from the Nuremberg Trials are set to be displayed and auctioned off in time for commemorations of the Holocaust.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 new permanent Holocaust exhibition was set up at Auschwitz last year, appropriately titled “SHOAH.”
Palestine must accept Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state, the president of Romania stated recently.
The kitchen of Pope Francis’ Vatican residence was made kosher for a day last week, as the pontiff hosted a delegation of rabbis from his native Argentina.
A popular European soccer player has been officially charged with a breach of Football Association rules, after making a neo-Nazi salute on the field.
Jewish groups are lauding Pope Francis’s decision to open Holocaust-era archives at the Vatican.
Officials in Germany announced charges against an elderly former Nazi who is suspected of participating in an infamous World War II massacre in France.
Pope Francis I met recently with a delegation from Argentina’s Jewish community.


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