Arts and Entertainment 'Misha' was found to be a fraud by a woman who was not even Jewish.

Misha Defonseca claimed she killed a Nazi soldier and lived with wolves

French authorities have banned Dieudonné’s stand-up comedy act

French police find more than half a million pounds in cash at the home of controversial 'quenelle' comedian Dieudonné

Dieudonné is currently under investigation for fraudulent bankruptcy

Former concentration camp prisoners attend a ceremony at the memorial site of the former Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau in Oswiecim, Poland, on Holocaust Day, January 27, 2014. The ceremony took place 69 years after the liberation of the death camp by Soviet troops, in rememberance of the victims of the Holocaust.

Holocaust Memorial Day is as much about the future as the past

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A ceremony at the memorial site of the former Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau in Oswiecim took place 69 years after the liberation of the death camp by Soviet troops, in remembrance of the victims of the Holocaust

Holocaust Memorial Day to be marked by events across the country

Rememberance events will be attended by survivors, politicians, and members of the public

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Thousands join protests in Vienna against Austrian ball for 'far-right'

Freedom Party event welcomed Marine le Pen and 'extremists'

Bavaria owns the copyright for the book, however it will expire next year. A new version of the book with an academic commentary will be published in 2016

Mein Kampf legalised: Bavaria drops veto on German edition of Adolf Hitler's manifesto

Bavaria has cleared the way for Adolf Hitler’s manifesto Mein Kampf to be published in Germany for the first time since the Second World War.

Gabor Vona delivers a speech during a demonstration of the nationalist party in Budapest. Campaign groups want to see Home Secretary Theresa May enforce a ban on Mr Vona entering the UK.

Hope Not Hate call for Jobbik leader Gabor Vona to be banned from the UK

Campaigners want to stop Gabor Vona holding a rally in London on the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day

Ukip suspends councillor David Silvester who blamed floods on David Cameron passing gay marriage bill

Party officials act after Mr Silvester gave radio interview saying he ‘prays gay people will be healed’

South Korean army's armoured vehicles park during a military exercise in Paju

North Korea calls on the South to end 'provocation and slander'

South Korea: 'We don't slander North Korea so there is nothing for us to stop'

'Anti-Semitic' comic Dieudonné M'Bala M'Bala's show banned hours after Nantes court said it could go ahead

Riot police carrying shields blocked access to the Zenith theatre as supporters arrived to protest decision

Two of the four ambulance workers that helped Theo Walcott were Tottenham fans

Kick It Out report anti-semitic abuse on Twitter amid fall-out from Theo Walcott injury

Arsenal and Tottenham fans have traded abuse on the social networking site

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