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France's Macron sues billboard owner for depicting him as Hitler
The offending poster portrays Macron in the uniform of Nazi leader Hitler, with a small moustache, a lock on his forehead and the acronym of the presidential movement LREM turned into a swastika. A message reads: "Obey, get vaccinated."
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Facebook would have let Hitler run political adverts, claims comedian
British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen took aim at social media companies accusing them of pushing "absurdities to billions of people".
Adolf Hitler's childhood home will be converted into a police station
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Czech police investigate claims Hitler mask was on sale in Prague shop
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Auction-bound 'Adolf Hitler paintings' seized on suspicion of forgery
Twenty-three paintings allegedly made by Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler scheduled to be auctioned this weekend have been seized by German police on suspicion of forgery.