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UN General Assembly marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day with ceremony

The UN commemorated this year’s International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which coincides with the 72nd anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, with a ceremony at...

Israeli public joins lonely Holocaust survivor celebrating 92nd birthday

Around a hundred people responded to the Association for the Immediate Assistance to Holocaust Survivors Facebook post from Wednesday, calling on the public to...

Politicians, famous artists, social media users participate in #WeRemember campaign

Hundreds of thousands of social media users have participated in the World Jewish Congress campaign for International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which will be marked...

YouTube channel in memory of Raoul Wallenberg launched by Swedish embassy

In memory of the Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Jewish people in Hungary during the Second World War, the Swedish Embassy in Israel...

Stay connected: International Holocaust Remembrance Day online exhibitions

International Holocaust Remembrance Day will be marked this Friday around the world. Various online exhibitions that tell the story of the Holocaust are already...

Study finds Anne Frank may not have been turned over to Nazis

A new study conducted by the Anne Frank House museum in Amsterdam revealed new evidence that the discovery of the Franks and deportation by...

For the first time: Poland returns homes to Holocaust survivors

The city of Warsaw published a list of approximately 2,600 homes in the city that were taken by Nazis during the Holocaust and is...

Stolen gate from Dachau Concentration Camp recovered

Two years ago, the gate from the entrance to the Dachau Concentration Camp in Germany was stolen. An anonymous tip received by Norwegian police...

Members of India’s lost Jewish tribe visit Auschwitz for the first time to learn...

Last week, a few members of the northeastern Indian Bnei Menashe Jewish community visited Auschwitz. “I feel more connected to Judaism having learned about...

New Romanian law passed on behalf of Holocaust survivors

The Romanian Parliament passed a new law that significantly eases the process for Holocaust survivors of Romanian decent to receive their reparations. The main...