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.
The Nazis would gain cruel revenge against David Frankfurter's father, but he himself would die peacefully in Ramat Gan.
Lula da Silva faces media criticism as part of corruption scandal.
Rediscovered trove of Yiddish songs written during the war by Jews in the Soviet Union gets a new life thanks to Canadian scholars and musicians.
Newly-released letters detail Nazi criminal's pardon request and his brother's appeal to President Ben-Zvi: Show the world the 'magnanimity of the Jewish people.'
The 'Judenrat' were often despised by fellow Jews as traitors, but Mirjam Bolle, still lively at 98 years old, defends their actions.
In newly-discovered deposition, Dachau survivor recounts he almost froze to death in a hypothermia experiment, and was whipped for not standing still while mosquitoes infected him with malaria.
Record number of people visited the Nazi extermination camp in 2015, including over 60,000 Israelis.
Hitler personally approved refinery, according to Jane Mayer's 'Dark Money,' which looks at some rich donors to what the book terms in its subtitle the 'radical right' of today while focusing on the Koch family.
Comment comes after EU commissioner criticizes Poland's limiting new media law; in response, Poland alludes to Nazi Germany's occupation of the country.