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Ex Nazi concentration camp secretary guilty of accessory to murders
Former Nazi concentration camp secretary, Irmgard Furchner, 97, has been found guilty in a German court.
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The city council in Linz is expected to formally rename "Porsche Road" next week.
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North Macedonia bans organisations with names linked to fascism
The new law comes after recent protests against a controversial Bulgarian WWII monarch.
Italy: Meloni's deputy minister blasted over 2005 Nazi uniform photo
The photo in question shows Bignami in a Nazi uniform standing next to another man wearing an SS armband at a bachelor party.
France remembers its horror of sending 13,000 Jews to Nazi death camps
Eight decades later, France is honouring the victims of two terrifying days in July 1942 with a week of ceremonies surrounding the Vel d’Hiv police roundup.
Ex-German soldier jailed for planning attack posed as Syrian refugee
Prosecutors had described him as a "far-right terrorist" who had been inspired by extremist ideologies "for several years".
Nazi camp guard, 101, jailed for 'complicity' in 3,518 murders
Josef Schütz was given a five-year jail term on Tuesday for complicity in the murder of 3,518 prisoners at the Sachsenhausen camp, north of Berlin, between 1942 and 1945.
Candles lit as St Petersburg remembers WW2 invasion
STORYLINE: Some 150 volunteers arranged 50-thousand candles in St Petersburg early on Wednesday to commemorate the 81st anniversary of Germany's invasion of the Soviet Union.
Manuscripts of pro-Nazi French author rediscovered after 78 years
'Guerre' (War) a novel written by one of France's most controversial literary figures, Louis-Ferdinand Celine, is set to arrive in bookstores on Thursday, some 78 years after its manuscript disappeared. A new exhibition in Paris aims to explore the mystery behind the rediscovered manuscripts.
Russia accuses Israel of supporting neo-Nazism in Ukraine
The comments come just one day after Sergei Lavrov claimed Adolf Hitler had "Jewish blood".
Military vehicles roll through Moscow city center ahead of V-Day parade rehearsal
On Thursday evening, the centre of Moscow was filled with a wide array of military vehicles, which were seen driving toward Red Square for the first night training of the traditional Victory Day parade, which will be held on May 9th.
Foreign student arrested in Russia on 'Nazism' charges for twerking
Investigators say the 21-year-old performed an "obscene dance" in front of a war memorial in Khanty-Mansiysk.
Investigation launched into Russian karter's Nazi-style salute
Motor sport's governing body confirmed that it was probing Artem Severiukhin's "unacceptable conduct".
Slovakian far-right leader loses mandate as MP over neo-Nazi symbols
Marian Kotleba will lose his parliament seat as an MP of the Our Slovakia People's Party.
Bulgarian MEP fined for perceived Nazi salute in European Parliament
President Roberta Metsola said his gesture had "damaged the dignity and reputation" of the Parliament.
Dutch publisher pulls Anne Frank betrayal book amid critique
In a 69-page written “refutation,” six historians and academics describe the cold case team’s findings as “a shaky house of cards.”
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.
'Nazi salute' in EU parliament was 'an innocent wave', says MEP
Angel Dzhambazki raised his right hand after speaking in a debate on the rule of law in Poland and Hungary.
Memory of Holocaust 'politically abused', says 100-year-old survivor
Margot Friedländer was herself caught and deported to the Theresienstadt concentration camp in the now Czech Republic.
Tourist arrested for giving Nazi salute outside gates of Auschwitz
The 29-year-old woman was fined after telling prosecutors that her gesture was a "stupid joke".