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Sergey Lavrov repeated Moscow's baseless claims about 'Nazis' in Ukraine, and also stated falsely that Hitler was partly Jewish, prompting fury in Israel.
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Sirens blare as Israel honours Holocaust victims
Sirens blared across Israel early Thursday as the country came to a standstill in an annual ritual honoring the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust.
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.
Slovakian MPs condemn WWII deportation of Jews to Nazi Germany
Lawmakers have also asked for the forgiveness of Holocaust survivors and relatives.
Dutch publisher pulls Anne Frank betrayal book amid critique
In a 69-page written “refutation,” six historians and academics describe the cold case team’s findings as “a shaky house of cards.”
He survived four Nazi death camps but was killed by a Russian missile
Boris Romaschenko, 96, was interned in four different World War II concentration camps.
Germany to give extra €647 million to support Holocaust survivors
Campaigners say the additional funds are the largest ever allocated for welfare services in a single year.
German dictionary updates definition of 'Jew' after outcry
The Duden dictionary has stated that the word could occasionally be perceived as discriminatory.
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.
Whoopi Goldberg suspended after controversial Holocaust remarks
The presenter claimed that the Holocaust was "not about race" during a conversation on the banning of a book about Nazi death camps on her show, The View.
'Orwellian' ban sees Holocaust book removed from school curriculums
A district ruling in Tennessee, US, will ban the Pulitzer-winning 1991 graphic novel 'Maus' from its Holocaust education programme on the grounds of "nudity" and "language".
Prince Charles unveils Holocaust survivor portrait series
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall spent Holocaust Memorial Day with 'seven remarkable individuals' who sat for a set of portraits displayed in the Queen's Gallery.
Memory of Holocaust 'politically abused', says 100-year-old survivor
Margot Friedländer was herself caught and deported to the Theresienstadt concentration camp in the now Czech Republic.
Respects paid across Europe as Holocaust Remembrance Day is observed
January 27 marks the International Day of Holocaust Remembrance, an occasion to commemorate the victims of the Nazi German regime.
How are Nazi Germany’s LGBT+ victims commemorated across Europe?
As the world marks the International Day of Holocaust Remembrance, are Nazi Germany's LGBT+ victims finally receiving the recognition and commemorations across Europe that they deserve?
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.
UN approves resolution condemning Holocaust denial
The not-legally binding resolution does reflect global opinion, and it underlines that remembrance “is a key component to the prevention of further acts of genocide”.
Polish official fired for branding country's Holocaust law as 'stupid'
Jaroslaw Nowak had slammed a 2018 law in Poland banning claims that the country also bore responsibility for the Holocaust.
Dutch MP ordered by court to delete COVID Holocaust tweets
A judge said social media posts by far-right MP Thierry Baudet went beyond 'robust public debate' and 'instrumentalised human suffering in the Holocaust'.
New memorial in Vienna commemorates Jewish victims of Nazism
The memorial was unveiled on Tuesday, exactly 83 years after Kristallnacht (The Night of Broken Glass").
Berlin police apologise for Holocaust memorial press-up images
The images were reportedly taken in May as police were dispersed across the German capital.
'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.
‘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.
Holocaust survivor-author Eddie Jaku dies in Sydney aged 101
“Eddie Jaku was a beacon of light and hope for not only our community, but the world,” New South Wales state Jewish Board of Deputies chief executive officer Darren Bark said in a statement.
Germany 'agrees to compensate' further 6,500 Holocaust survivors
It includes the approximate 4,500 Jews who survived the Leningrad siege during World War II.