Newly published diaries of the first KGB chief state that the Swedish diplomat was liquidated on Stalin’s orders in a Soviet prison in 1947.
Mist sprinklers intended to offer respite to those visiting site of extermination camp during sweltering heat have caused stir in past.
The Nazi leaders schedule was busy with meetings and meals sandwiching visits to concentration camps.
If the pope had spoken at the Nazi death camp last Friday, the world might have also heard about anti-Semitism stoked by his church in Poland.
No 'Smoking Gun' on Yemenite Children's Abduction, but Hundreds Didn't Just Disappear, Israeli Minister Says
Tsachi Hanegbi, in charge of latest investigation into 1950s affair, stands by claim that 'hundreds' were abducted, but finds no evidence linking it to Ben-Gurion-led political establishment.
Disappearances after 1948 were 'not a hallucination,' cabinet minister tasked with reviewing archives on 65-year-old affair tells Channel 2.
A recent Israeli government announcement that secret efforts to gain restitition for Mizrahi Jews are close to bearing fruit has raised hope, though others remain skeptical: ‘You can’t ask a beggar to return your money.’
Even if some perpetrators were inspired by personal woes rather than radical Islam, ISIS has 'won' by unnerving the country.
'I'm German,' 'You're a son of a bitch, that's what you are': A shouting match between Thomas Selby, a 57-year-old tractor driver, and Ali David Sonboly, the 18-year-old gunman behind the deadly attack, was captured on video.
Towers was part of infantry division that stopped a German train bound for Theresienstadt; he later got in touch with over 200 of the survivors.