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Sergey Lavrov repeated Moscow's baseless claims about 'Nazis' in Ukraine, and also stated falsely that Hitler was partly Jewish, prompting fury in Israel.
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Slovakian MPs condemn WWII deportation of Jews to Nazi Germany
Lawmakers have also asked for the forgiveness of Holocaust survivors and relatives.
Germany to give extra €647 million to support Holocaust survivors
Campaigners say the additional funds are the largest ever allocated for welfare services in a single year.
German dictionary updates definition of 'Jew' after outcry
The Duden dictionary has stated that the word could occasionally be perceived as discriminatory.
France authorises return of major art works to Jewish families
France has long been accused of lagging behind several European neighbours when it comes to reparations.
Latvia passes long-awaited Holocaust restitution law
Following years of wrangling over the issue, the 100-seat Saeima voted 64-21 to approve the Law on the Compensation of Goodwill to the Latvian Jewish Community on the bill's final reading.
European delegation visits Babi Yar ahead of Holocaust remembrance day
Around 34,000 Jews were killed by Nazi German soldiers on September 29, 1941, at the Babi Yar ravine in Ukraine.
Polish official fired for branding country's Holocaust law as 'stupid'
Jaroslaw Nowak had slammed a 2018 law in Poland banning claims that the country also bore responsibility for the Holocaust.
Austria's new interior minister rejects allegations of antisemitism
An open letter signed by Jewish students and academics has called for Gerhard Karner to be removed from office.
Poland arrests three over 'disgraceful' anti-Semitic demonstration
Polish authorities have faced questions as to why it took so long to make the arrests, given that the incident was widely reported in Poland.
New memorial in Vienna commemorates Jewish victims of Nazism
The memorial was unveiled on Tuesday, exactly 83 years after Kristallnacht (The Night of Broken Glass").
COVID-19 has led to re-kindling of antisemitism, says rights agency
The European Agency for Fundamental Rights says the biggest increases have been seen in France and Germany but cautions that most other nations aren't accurately recording antisemitic incidents.
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The Sarajevo Haggadah survived the Inquisition, two world wars and a military siege. Now a 'homecoming' exhibition for the scroll has sparked a dispute over who has the right to display it.
Germany 'agrees to compensate' further 6,500 Holocaust survivors
It includes the approximate 4,500 Jews who survived the Leningrad siege during World War II.
80 years after Nazi massacre, Babi Yar's ghosts still haunt Ukraine
The country has struggled to come to terms with the role that Ukrainians played in the murder of Jews during the Nazi occupation.
EU unveils new strategy to tackle rising antisemitism in Europe
"Europe can only prosper when its Jewish communities feel safe and prosper," said Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
Thousands of Jewish worshippers flock to the Western Wall for Sukkot
Jewish worshippers flock to the Western Wall Plaza, the holiest site at which Jews can pray, for the Sukkot festival Priestly blessing.
Ukraine's parliament approves new law banning anti-Semitism
Hate speech directed towards Jewish citizens, buildings, and communities will be punished under the legislation.
Teen arrested in Germany over alleged synagogue attack plot
The interior minister of North Rhine-Westphalia said officials had been tipped off about an "Islamist-motivated threat" ahead of the Jewish holiday.
Pope Francis visits Slovakia highlighting inclusion and reconciliation
The pope met visited a Roma settlement where he urged greater integration with Slovak society, the day after atoning for Christian complicity in the Holocaust.
French mayor fined for comparing police to Vichy government
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Nazi swastika daubed on Torah ark inside Frankfurt airport synagogue
Germany recorded over 2,400 antisemitic attacks last year.
Meet the young Jewish voices pushing for peace from across Europe
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Israeli police poised for arrests after two die in synagogue collapse
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Funerals begin for those who died in stampede in Israel
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