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US army replaces birthday cake stolen from girl by WWII soldiers
The cake was presented to 90-year-old Meri Mion in Vicenza, 77 years after one was taken from her windowsill.
How Yellow Candles contextualise Holocaust Remembrance Day
Every year, thousands of Jews light a yellow candle in observation of Yom HaShoah. The name card that comes with each candle offers a snapshot into a life tragically taken away in the Holocaust.
Should museums return artworks stolen by Nazis?
The Cassirer family have been trying and so far failing to see the return of a work of art stolen from them by the Nazis.
Calls for Armenian resistance fighter to enter French Pantheon
Missak Manouchian fought the Nazis after fleeing the Armenian Genocide for France in the 1910s, now some call for him to enter the French Pantheon.
New film celebrates Charlie Chaplin's Romani background
Friday, April 8 is International Romani Day. As Roma advocacy groups raise the alarm over discrimination on the Ukrainian border, Euronews looks back at a surprising cultural icon who had a stark message on the treatment of minorities in his own time.
Energy crisis: Could public information campaigns change habits?
We spoke to historians about what lessons WW2 has for today, as Russia's war sparks a new need to cut oil and gas use quickly.
These playing cards highlight WWII's 'Most Wanted' lost and stolen art
The 52 priceless artworks featured in the deck are among hundreds of thousands that were lost, sold under duress and looted by the Nazis over six years.
Slovakian MPs condemn WWII deportation of Jews to Nazi Germany
Lawmakers have also asked for the forgiveness of Holocaust survivors and relatives.
Meet the lumberjills: Are female foresters the future for woodlands?
Women are becoming a welcome woodland workforce in British forests as they get to grips with the tools of the trade.
Artwork looted by the Nazis returned to rightful owners after 71 years
The painting belonged to a Jewish couple who fled Belgium prior to World War Two, their grandchildren are still searching for other items.
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.
Publishing pulled on controversial Anne Frank cold case book
'The Betrayal of Anne Frank: A Cold Case Investigation' landed in Europe's bookstores on January 18 to a mixed reception and mounting scrutiny about the claims it makes.
Oldest US WWII veteran dies aged 112
US President Joe Biden paid tribute to Lawrence Brooks, describing him as "truly the best of America".
Traces of lost WWII bomber and possible human remains found in Italy
Worldwide, there are more than 81,600 missing US military personnel, including 72,350 from World War II.
Former US Senator and WWII veteran Bob Dole dies aged 98
Dole had disclosed in February that he was being treated for stage-four lung cancer.
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.