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Four injured after WWII bomb explodes near Munich train station
Police said the bomb went off during construction work on a tunnel, adding that there was no further danger.
Watch: Armistice ceremonies return to normal after COVID disruption
Armistice Day events were held around Europe, 103 years since the end of the First World War.
Russian rapper under investigation for 'insulting' WWII comments
Morgenshtern said in an interview that he "doesn't understand" why Russia still celebrates its victory over Nazi Germany in 1945.
'Portuguese Schindler' honoured in ceremony at National Pantheon
Portugal has paid tribute to Aristides de Sousa Mendes, a diplomat who helped save thousands of people from Nazi persecution during World War II.
Ex-Nazi camp secretary appears in court on war crimes charges
The 96-year-old woman faces more than 11,000 charges of accessory to murder.
Decorated French Resistance fighter dies aged 101
Hubert Germain, the last of an elite group of decorated French Resistance fighters who helped liberate France from Nazi control in World War II, has died.
AI will finally remove toxic weapons from the bottom of the sea
Millions of weapons were dumped in the sea after WWII and the 100-year work of removing them is just beginning.
'Justice has no expiry date': Ex-Nazi camp guard, 100, goes on trial
A 100-year-old former concentration camp guard will become the oldest person yet to go on trial for alleged Nazi-era crimes in Germany.
Former Nazi death camp secretary, 96, found after going 'on the run’
Irmgard Furchner, who was between 18 and 19 years old at the time of the events and lives in a home for the elderly near Hamburg, is to be tried for "complicity in murder in more than 10,000 cases", according to the prosecution.
Ukraine marks 80 years since Nazi massacre of nearly 34,000 Jews
Nearly 34,000 Jews were killed within two days in 1941 at a ravine near Kyiv when the city was under Nazi occupation.
New Amsterdam memorial names all 102,000 Dutch Holocaust victims
Each brick in the Memorial of Names, which was officially unveiled by King Willem-Alexander on Sunday, bears the name of a Dutch citizen who lost their life in the Holocaust.
Germany compensates hundreds convicted under homosexuality law
Germany's justice ministry said it had so far paid out nearly €860,000 in 249 cases.
Josephine Baker to become first black woman interred at Pantheon
Baker is the sixth woman and first black woman to receive the honour.
Polish appeals court dismisses complaint against Holocaust book
Judges stated that scholarly research should not be judged by the courts and overturned the ruling against the book's co-authors.
Austrian town mulls removing soldiers' memorial after Nazi revelation
The western Austrian town of Imst is reportedly planning to remove a memorial to three soldiers who were members of the Waffen SS during World War II.
Japan marks 76th anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings
Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga attended a memorial commemorating the 76th anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Ukraine mulls giving hero status to alleged war criminals
Ukraine is considering giving hero status to controversial figures, including Nazi cooperators Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevych, who fought for independence in the 1930s and 1940s.
Tank, machine guns and pistols: German fined for WWII weapons arsenal
An 84-year-old man in Germany was convicted for illegal possession of World War-II era weapons, ammunition and explosives.
Ex-Nazi guard, 100, set to stand trial over concentration camp charges
The centenarian -- whose name was withheld in line with German privacy laws -- is considered fit enough to stand trial, despite his age.
German chancellor candidate Armin Laschet speaks of 'shame' over WW2
Laschet has told a Polish newspaper that Germany "must always be aware of its historical responsibility for Poland's freedom and independence.”
'Hateful': French vaccine protesters condemned for Nazi comparison
As tens of thousands took to the streets to protest France's new COVID-19 health pass, some wore yellow stars recalling the ones the Nazis forced Jews to wear.
French mayor fined for comparing police to Vichy government
In July 1942, some 13,000 Jews were rounded up by the French Vichy regime and sent to concentration camps.
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Nine countries including Russia mark the 80th anniversary of the 22 June 1941 Nazi attack on the Soviet Union.
Berlin museum centering on Germans expelled after WWII opens
The project centers on the millions of Germans who fled from advancing Soviet forces or were kicked out of parts of eastern and central Europe as Germany's borders were moved westward after the war.
New museum in Berlin focuses on German suffering after World War II
A new museum dedicated to German civilians forced to flee eastern Europe at the end of World War II opens next week after decades of wrenching debate.
Poland hits back as Belarus makes WW2 invasion date a public holiday
Belarus declared a national holiday on September 17, the same day Soviet Forces invaded Poland in World War II in 1939.