Concerns about whether Gestapo officer Herr Flick would insult viewers are behind a decision by the BBC to scrap plans to revive the World War Two-era show 'Allo, Allo,' British media say.
'Malice or ignorance' were the teacher’s 'only possible explanations for comparing Israel to the Nazis and entering an Iranian Holocaust cartoon contest,' says ADL chief.
Ex teacher at Sint-Jozefs Institute high school gets prize at Second International Holocaust Cartoon Contest in Tehran for drawing 'arbeit macht frei' over a wall comparing Israel’s West Bank barrier with Auschwitz gates.
A former school mate writes a letter in The Independent suggesting Farage held pro-Nazi views as a teen in the '70s. Farage once denied such claims as 'untrue.'
The Washington-based institution is showing a video called #SaveSyria featuring aid workers appealing for a no-fly zone over the battered city.
A Haaretz investigation based on the testimony of Holocaust survivors and their families reveals that Ashkenazi children disappeared in a similar manner to the abducted Yemenite children.
The dig begins on August 16 and the 35-strong team expects its first discovery within the first two days, from beneath an armoured German train discovered in an underground tunnel between the Polish towns of Wroclaw and Walbrzych.
Jens Rommel says his Central Office for the Investigation of Nazi Crimes is going after more civilian concentration camp workers.
Germany is considering whether they can charge the four male suspects, who worked as guards, and four women, who were secretaries or telephone operators, as accessories to murder.
Recreational events are held near the graves of thousands of Jews killed by Nazis and local collaborators.