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UN chief decries antisemitism, urges stand against hatred
Holocaust Remembrance Day is held annually on 27 January, the day the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau was liberated by troops from the Soviet Union in 1945.
Austria's new interior minister rejects allegations of antisemitism
An open letter signed by Jewish students and academics has called for Gerhard Karner to be removed from office.
Poland arrests three over 'disgraceful' anti-Semitic demonstration
Polish authorities have faced questions as to why it took so long to make the arrests, given that the incident was widely reported in Poland.
Life sentence for anti-semitic murder of Mireille Knoll, 85, in Paris
Yacine Mihoub will spend a minimum of 22 years behind bars for the murder of Mireille Knoll, in a case that sparked outcry over anti-semitism in France.
COVID-19 has led to re-kindling of antisemitism, says rights agency
The European Agency for Fundamental Rights says the biggest increases have been seen in France and Germany but cautions that most other nations aren't accurately recording antisemitic incidents.
‘Concrete measures’ needed to fight anti-Semitism says Swedish PM
A conference on Wednesday focused on the receding memory of the Holocaust and the rise of anti-Semitism views on social media.
Merkel warns of rise in anti-Semitism on last official visit to Israel
Angela Merkel accompanied Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett to the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial on her last visit to Israel as German Chancellor.
Anti-Semitic graffiti found at Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp
Nine barracks were spray-painted with anti-Semitic phrases in both English and German, the memorial said.
80 years after Nazi massacre, Babi Yar's ghosts still haunt Ukraine
The country has struggled to come to terms with the role that Ukrainians played in the murder of Jews during the Nazi occupation.
EU unveils new strategy to tackle rising antisemitism in Europe
"Europe can only prosper when its Jewish communities feel safe and prosper," said Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
Ukraine's parliament approves new law banning anti-Semitism
Hate speech directed towards Jewish citizens, buildings, and communities will be punished under the legislation.
Four men charged for shouting anti-Semitic abuse in London convoy
The incident took place in May during pro-Palestine protests in cities across the UK and Ireland.
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.
New Greek health minister apologises for previous Holocaust remarks
"I never wanted to insult the Jewish people, and I apologise if I did," said Thanos Plevris.
Nazi swastika daubed on Torah ark inside Frankfurt airport synagogue
Germany recorded over 2,400 antisemitic attacks last year.
Thousands protest decision not to try Jewish woman's killer
Earlier this month the Court of Cassation ruled that the killer of 65-year-old Jewish woman Sarah Halimi would not stand trial due to his compromised state.
What do veganism and conspiracy theories have in common?
Christopher Sebastian gives us his take on one of Germany's "most dangerous conspiracy theorists".
COVID-19 has forced anti-semitic hatred online, researchers say
There are fears that once coronavirus lockdowns are lifted, physical attacks on Jews could increase.
Deliveroo driver jailed for refusing orders from Jewish restaurants
The Algerian, who was in France illegally, will be deported after he completes his four-month prison sentence.
Perpetrator of anti-semitic attack in Germany gets life in prison
The verdict is in: the perpetrator of the anti-semitic attack in Halle, Germany gets life in prison
Police investigate anti-semitic tweets about Miss France contestant
Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin said he was "deeply shocked" by the comments and stated that "the police and gendarmerie services are mobilised."
Is anti-Semitism on the rise in Germany among COVID-denial movements?
Groups that would normally have nothing to do with each other are uniting in Covid-denying movements: right-wing groups, left-wing extremists, Islamist groups. And 'anti-Semitism is acting as a binder.'
Jeremy Corbyn told he cannot sit as Labour MP amid anti-Semitism row
Current leader Keir Starmer made the move after Corbyn was readmitted to the party this week, having been suspended for playing down the extent of anti-Semitism in Labour ranks.
Ex-Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn reinstated to UK opposition party
Corbyn was suspended in October after stating that allegations of antisemitism in the party were "dramatically overstated".
How a Jewish writer lived, loved and survived in WW2-era Romania
A newly-translated novel by the author of For Two Thousand Years shows a different side to one of Europe's foremost chroniclers of antisemitism.
Ex-leader Jeremy Corbyn suspended amid damning anti-Semitism report
It comes after an investigation slammed the Labour Party over its response to allegations of anti-Semitism within its ranks.