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A New York enclave with a history of Nazi affiliation in the 1930s has agreed to change its policies that limited home ownership to people of German descent.
The United States has said it was one of three countries to vote against a UN resolution condemning the glorification of Nazism over freedom of speech issues and concerns that Russia was using it to carry out political attacks against its neighbours.
A 91-year-old Pennsylvania man who has for years lectured to school groups and others about what he said were his experiences at Auschwitz, now says he was never a prisoner at the concentration camp.
Denmark will probably tighten its asylum policies further, the country's influential anti-immigration party has said, a day after lawmakers passed a controversial bill allowing authorities to seize valuables from refugees.
Polish geology experts say they have found no traces of a train at a site allegedly hiding a WWII Nazi train.
A German court has sentenced an 87-year-old grandmother to 10 months in jail for Holocaust denial after a trial in which she insisted that Auschwitz was 'not historically proven' to be a death camp.
A couple renowned for documenting all 76 000 people deported from France and tracking down Nazis for prosecution, will now work with the UN education agency on genocide prevention.
The man who admitted killing three people at two suburban Kansas City Jewish sites has given jurors a Nazi salute after they convicted him of murder and other charges for the shootings.
Fears that Germany has become a trade hub for looted antiquities from the Middle East, has prompted the government to put forward a draft law on artistic imports.
A 94-year-old ex-Waffen-SS member is to go to jail for four years for his role as an accessory in the deaths of 300 000 people at the Nazi death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, a German court rules.
Three teenagers have delivered an anonymous apology note and $50 to the Pennsylvania library where they sprayed a swastika using shaving cream in a parking lot.
Explorers in Poland have resumed searching for a legendary Nazi train laden with treasure and armaments, dissuaded by decades of fruitless searches and a scientific determination that no train is even there.
A Breton village has paid formal tribute to three of its citizens unjustly denounced as Nazi collaborators during the liberation of France in 1944, and killed by a lynch mob.
An Austrian university has posthumously stripped Nobel Prize-winning scientist Konrad Lorenz of his honorary doctorate due to his fervent embrace of Nazism.
The German Neo-Nazi and Holocaust denier Gerhard Ittner has been sentenced to 18 months in prison by a regional court in Germany.
Pope Francis intends to stop at the Auschwitz Nazi concentration camp when he visits Poland next year, Polish President Andrzej Duda says.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is under fire for suggesting that a World War II-era Palestinian leader convinced the Nazis to adopt their Final Solution to exterminate European Jews.
Millions of Germans are opening their hearts and homes to help the tired, poor and huddled masses from the Middle East, Asia and Africa find shelter and perhaps a new life in a country that won't stop trying to atone for its Nazi past.
Buckingham Palace has voiced disappointment after a British newspaper published images allegedly showing a young Queen Elizabeth II giving a Nazi salute in the early 1930s.
Fourteen watercolour paintings and drawings allegedly by a young Adolf Hitler are set to be auctioned in the German city of Nuremburg, the Weidler auction house says.
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