It is rare for non-Jews to be granted Israeli citizenship. Klarsfeld's husband, Serge, who is Jewish, and son, Arno, already hold Israeli citizenship.
Israeli parents paid over $1,500 for a week’s trip for their kids to Poland, while flights on the general market cost between $200 and $300.
Leon Schwarzbaum, who lost 35 family members during the Holocaust, recalls camp's horrors and directly addresses Reinhold Hanning, also 94, on the first day of his trial.
Reinhold Hanning, now 94, is the first of four cases against former Nazis to be heard in German courts this year.
David Toren, a blind Holocaust survivor living in the U.S., is trying by himself to locate the Israeli buyer of a valuable work by Max Liebermann, ostensibly stolen by the Nazis from a family collection.
Defendant, whose name has not been released and worked at the death camp between Nov. 1, 1942, and June 25, 1943, is being charged as an accessory to murder.
Lantos is the only Holocaust survivor to have served in Congress. Promenade is near the school Lantos attended during his teenage years.
Faina Kukliansky, a former prosecutor and president of the Jewish Community of Lithuania, worries that publishing 1,000 names compiled over years may harm their families' reputation and privacy.
Umbrella group of Dutch citizens who immigrated to Israel informs its members of the foreign ministry's denial following initial reports in Israeli media of the alleged stoppage.
From an Iranian diplomat who helped Jews in France to a Muslim-Indian spy, a campaign by the I Am Your Protector group hopes to inspire coexistence by commemorating unlikely saviors.