Turkish president says MPs who backed motion to recognise slaughter of 1.5 million Armenians are 'terrorists' with 'impure blood'
The photograph was taken in a room where the SS hung 1,100 men, women and children
A special memorial service was held to honour ‘Britain’s Schindler’
'It's scary to see horrifying developments that took place in Europe begin to unfold here', he said
The 25-year-old Londoner was among the very first from the outside world to enter through the gates of Bergen-Belsen. He died from a heart attack while on the Caribbean island of St Vincent
'I was so malnourished, I was unable to cry which helped ensure no one discovered me'
'I live two lives, one is here and now and the other is what happened there'
It will be a major surprise if ‘Son of Saul’ doesn’t win Foreign Language Oscar
Three former inmates have recalled the horror of the death camp, underlining prosecutors’ claims that anyone who was a guard there was automatically complicit in mass murder
Woman features in first Court of Protection case to be staged in public following launch of open-justice pilot scheme
Historians claim that around 95 per cent of Lithuania’s Jewish population were murdered during the Holocaust
The Iranian leader said: 'Even if it is a reality, it is not clear how it happened'
Psychologist tells court man whose son has been taken into care is 'continually overwhelmed by his traumatic antecedents'
During her time at Leipzig-Schönefeld, Fela Herling did everything in her power to hide her pregnancy
The London Mayor is in Israel on a three-day trade mission
Staff at the museum claim they found the graves disturbed while they were carrying out an archaeological project