The historic visit comes ahead of commemorations to mark 75 years since its liberation.
As world leaders commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp, we speak to a survivor from Belgium and look into how Alsace is seeing a rise in antisemitism.
Gladiator of Auschwitz: New film tells the story of Pole who boxed his way through hell
Germany's military will provide religious counselling for its Jewish soldiers for the first time since the 1930s.
Bruno D. was 17 years old when he served as a guard at the Stutthof concentration camp, in northern Poland. Now, he is on trial for aiding and abetting 5,230 cases of murder.
Second and third-generation relatives with British nationality have expressed interest in applying for citizenship of the EU country as Brexit looms.
British troops reached the Belgian capital on September 3, 1944.
How a little-known WWII pact between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union is still dividing Europe today.
Formed out of the bloodshed of World War One, Germany's first democratic experiment was overcome by Adolf Hitler's Nazis.
It's 75 years since the Warsaw Uprising against the Nazi regime during WWII. Bohdan Dembinski was one of those who took part in the bloody 63-day battle. He told Euronews about the day it all started.
New trove of father's letters released to mark Anne Frank's 90th birthday
Israelis paused to the sound of a lamenting single-tone siren across the country, marking Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day in commemoration of the six million Jews killed by the Nazis during the Second World War.
The Reimann family — worth a reported €33 billion — said they were "all ashamed and turned as white as the wall" upon hearing the extent of their ancestors' support to the Nazi regime.
More than 200 forced labourers were killed by Nazi troops in March 1945 in the German region of North Rhine-Westphalia. Only 14 have been identified.
French politician and resistance fighter Georges Mandel was killed in 1944.
The painting, stolen by Nazi troops in 1943, is now in the hands of a German family who demands payment for its return.
More than 100,000 Dutch Jews were killed during the Second World War.
A couple in Britain who named their baby after Nazi leader Adolf Hitler have been convicted in Birmingham for being members of an extreme far-right group.
On the 80th anniversary, Euronews traces the roots of the Jewish progrom which signalled the start of the Holocaust.
The trailer of the game has been posted online and features players being able to send prisoners for 'disinfection' to a concentration camp similar to Auschwitz.
European Parliament president continues 'history' row with Nigel Farage.
Row over Europe's past prompts silent fury.
The Strasbourg plenary was rocked by a rhetorical battle over history.
“Laughter is the last refuge of the stupid,” Nigel Farage was told after ridiculing the EU’s role in defeating Nazism.
After the country was liberated in 1945, these 'German Girls' were accused of betraying their country, deprived of their civil rights, arrested, incarcerated without trial and even expelled from the country.
"I wouldn't believe that at my age I would be a beauty," said Polish-born Tova Ringer.