The 87-year-old academic and writer died in Connecticut in the United States
Jewish prisoners in Lithuania dug the legendary tunnel with spoons while under occupation during the Second World War
Reinhold Hanning was convicted at the end of a trial lasting four months
Editors of Il Giornale said it was part of efforts to help people understand the Holocaust
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
'People were shot, gassed and burned. I could see how corpses were taken back and forth or moved out,' former Nazi SS officer Reinhold Hanning told the court
Officials have been locked in a dispute over renovations with the building's owner for years
'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
Mr Willenberg one of just 67 known survivors of a camp that killed 870,000 Jewish people
Deputy justice minister tells reporters to 'stop attributing to Poland the role of Holocaust author'
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'
'Were Jewish people fleeing the Nazis in the 1930s “a bunch of migrants”?' one person asked on Twitter
Students often ask whether I hate the Germans – a question I am always confused by