In major European nations like the UK and France, populist movements dominate the political landscape. But in Germany, mainstream politics continues to rule.
A new documentary from Netflix explores the pleasant lives led by Nazi scientists on US soil after WWII, who were attended hand-and-foot by Jewish American soldiers.
Germany's outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel is scheduled to meet Israel's new Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, and visit Israel's national Holocaust memorial, Yad Vashem.
Prosecutors argue that the woman, Irmgard Furchner, was part of the apparatus that helped the Nazis' Stutthof camp function during World War II more than 75 years ago.
The resolutions set forward by the Bosniak elite at the time serve as an example of courage, morality and empathy that people across the region can learn from today.
MPs approve law that will effectively put an end to most legal claims for properties confiscated after World War II, prompting sharp criticism from Israel and US. Lawmakers also vote in favour of a new law that critics say will curb media freedom.
The formation of a new Israeli administration has provided German leaders with another occasion to reaffirm their staunch support for Israel’s atrocities against Palestinians.
The destruction of a rare bookstore selling English books isn’t the worst tragedy to hit Gaza this week. But for its people, it is a manifestation of a multidimensional war that disconnects besieged Palestinians from the world.
Prosecutors did not name the woman but regional broadcaster NDR identified her as Irmgard F, who now lives in an elderly care home in the north of Hamburg.
The international bodies should take action so that tragedies such as Holocaust, genocide in Bosnia and Rwanda do not recur, says Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in his International Holocaust Remembrance Day message.
Hungary’s decision to put up memorials marking Nazi ‘occupation’ has angered Jewish groups, who argue that the government is trying to erase its role in World War Two atrocities.
The wars in Afghanistan, Syria and Yemen as well as Myanmar's genocide of the Rohingya Muslims highlight the need for international justice now more than ever. Is justice only possible when the conflict has a clear victor?
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