Princess Alice, the mother of Charles' father, hid several Jews in her home in Greece as members of their community were being sent to be murdered, the prince told survivors in Vienna.
After a year-long diplomatic struggle and a little help from the United States, Yom Kippur is officially a United Nations holiday.
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen said French Jews should give up the wearing of yarmulkes as part of the country’s struggle to defeat radical Islam.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has canceled a planned top-level joint Cabinet meeting with Israeli leaders, reportedly out of frustration over Israel’s controversial new settlements law.
Chaim Ferster, a Polish-Jewish Holocaust survivor who spent time in eight concentration camps, has died.
Eugenia Unger, a Poland native who was the only member of her family to survive the camps, often talks about her experiences at the Buenos Aires Holocaust Museum and in schools.
Latin America’s largest synagogue, the 2,000-family Congregacao Israelita Paulista in Brazil, has inaugurated its first female rabbi.
The Yad Vashem Holocaust museum has called on online retailer Amazon to remove books that deny the Holocaust from its websites.
Wearing a fake beard and side locks and presenting himself as Steven Goldblatt, Brodkin used a hollowed-out boom box to film himself advancing from audition to audition.
Dutch Muslims shouted anti-Semitic slogans amid violent clashes with police over authorities’ refusal to allow a Turkish Cabinet minister to campaign in Holland for a Turkey referendum vote.