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Former German Nazi camp secretary appeals against conviction
The 97-year-old was found guilty last week of being an accessory to more than 10,000 murders.
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FIFA fines Croatia and Serbia for interethnic incidents at World Cup
The Serbian FA was penalised over a banner depicting its former province Kosovo as part of Serbia. Croatia was fined after its fans abused Canadian ethnic Serb goalkeeper Milan Borjan during the group match between the two.
Czech museum to return Beethoven score saved from Nazis to its owners
The autograph of the 4th movement for strings in B-flat Major, op. 130, a highly valued late quartet by the German composer, will go back to the Petscheks, once the richest family in pre-World War II Czechoslovakia.
Kanye West suspended from Twitter after incendiary Hitler comments
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Artworks stolen by the Nazis go on display in new exhibition in France
In Strasbourg, an exhibition brings together 27 artworks looted by Nazi Germany and repatriated in 1945, in the hope of one day, being able to return them to their rightful owners or their descendants
Poland formally demands €1.3 trillion from Germany in WWII reparations
An official note will be handed to Germany's foreign minister in Warsaw on Tuesday.
New York museums now required to disclose their Nazi-looted art by law
Museums in New York that exhibit artworks looted by Nazis during the Holocaust are now required to let the public know about that dark history. But what is the purpose of this legalisation?
Viking arrows and long lost Roman 'ghost village' revealed by drought
Rivers across the world are drying up, exposing everything from sunken Dinosaur bones to a Spanish Stonehenge. The latest find is an abandoned Roman military camp.
US court dismisses Guelph Treasure lawsuit
After years of legal battles, a U.S. court dismisses lawsuit filed by heirs of Nazi-era Jewish art-dealers against a German museum foundation over historic Guelph Treasure ownership.
Jewish 'Lost Mural' is moved and restored to former glory
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Ashes of 8,000 WWII victims found in mass grave in northern Poland
The human ashes were unearthed near the former Nazi concentration camp of Soldau.
German lawmakers vote to end Nazi-era ban on ‘advertising’ abortions
Doctors will be no longer be prosecuted if they give prospective patients information about abortions.
Germany's 'sober' interwar art movement takes centre stage in Paris
The exhibition at the Pompidou Centre takes in the 900 works by a Weimar Republic arts and culture movement that would later be labelled 'degenerate' by the Nazis.