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On Nov. 9, 1938, Nazis attacked Jewish communities in three countries. Seventy-five years later, families pass down the story of Kristallnacht — the chaotic "night of broken glass" that ushered in the Holocaust — as a warning and a plea.
MUNICH | A Jewish human rights organization is calling for a boycott of an Italian winemaker that sells Hitler-themed wine.
A Jewish human rights organization is calling for a boycott of an Italian winemaker that sells Hitler-themed wine.
The July 5 announcement by the Vatican that blessed John Paul II, the pontiff who died in 2005, has been "cleared" by Pope Francis for canonization was not overly surprising. From the chants of "Santo Subito!" ("Saint Now!") at his funeral to his beatification two years ago to the two miracles attributed to him, the Polish-born pope was a favorite among Roman Catholics, and he was respected and loved by many beyond the church's ranks.
A 98-year-old Nazi suspect from Hungary who's been under house arrest for a year was formally charged with war crimes Tuesday, accused of overseeing the deportation of thousands of Jews during World War II.
A top commander of a Nazi SS-led unit accused of burning villages filled with women and children lied to American immigration officials to get into the United States and has been living in Minnesota since shortly after World War II, according to evidence uncovered by The Associated Press.
The microblogging service Twitter has suspended the account of the al Qaeda-linked Somali militia known as al Shabab.
A statue of Adolf Hitler praying on his knees on display in the former Warsaw Ghetto, the place where so many Jews were killed or sent to their deaths by Hitler's regime, is provoking mixed reactions.
A statue of Adolf Hitler praying on his knees is on display in the former Warsaw Ghetto, the place where so many Jews were killed or sent to their deaths by Hitler's regime, and it is provoking mixed reactions.