Far-right leader denies French involvement in Holocaust atrocity despite an official apology from François Hollande. Her comments are 'a serious mistake', says presidential rival Emmanuel Macron
Spiritual leader, long critical of his country's refusal to intervene in neighbour's affairs, says, 'Of course, this is a shoah of the Syrian people and it did not start today'
Pair tried to have the plaque removed because it reminded them of murder
The survivor of Auschwitz and Dachau said Mr Trump was 'tearing families apart'
They were escaping persecution from the Nazis, but most Jewish passengers of the St Louis ship were forced to return to Europe
Syrian refugees will be banned 'indefinitely'. Refugees from the other six countries will be banned for 120 days
The Anti-Defamation League called the omission ‘troubling’
America closed its doors to immigrants in 1921 and throughout the Second World War
German Chancellor Angela Merkel called it 'appalling' crime, but nearly two years on, no one has been arrested
'Today when I turn on the news I see once again that the world is standing by'
The survey was intended to find out the childrens' favourite Italian authors
But wife Tatiana Navka says dance performance was inspired by film
'Millions of refugees are homeless, hundreds of thousands of others are starved, under siege, they are human beings who are suffering a small holocaust'
Of all the media portrayals of the horrors that took place at Auschwitz, the story of a group of prisoners who led the concentration camp’s largest revolt has yet to be told. Why has their history been shrouded in silence?
It was deemed too dangerous for Jakov Sedlar to attend the showing
'Hitler massacred three million Jews... there's three million drug addicts. I'd be happy to slaughter them'