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Italy’s dubious relationship with far-right politics is in the spotlight again with news that an unabashed neo-Nazi doctor has been reported to the country’s health ministry.

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California collectors place list of names Oskar Schindler helped to save during the Holocaust

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Video frame grab of U.S. President George W. Bush (L) ducking from a shoe during a news conference in Baghdad December 14, 2008. REUTERS/Reuters TV

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Anti-Semitic teacher loses tribunal claim that his views are a legitimate 'philosophical belief'

The man was sacked after allegations of anti-Semitic abuse

Adolf Hitler (right) with Alfred Rosenberg, pages of whose long-lost diary have surfaced this week

History of Nazi Germany to be revised as diaries of Hitler confidante Alfred Rosenberg are tracked down in US

Rosenberg, who played a key role in the Holocaust, was hanged for crimes against humanity in 1946

Boruch Spiegel was one of the last remaining survivors of the 1943 Warsaw ghetto uprising by poorly armed Jewish insurgents against the Nazis

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Boruch Spiegel, who died on 9 May at the age of 93, was one of the last remaining survivors of the 1943 Warsaw ghetto uprising by poorly armed Jewish insurgents against the Nazis. With Spiegel’s death, the group of survivors of the revolt that was crushed 70 years ago grows smaller.

Richard Wagner (1813 - 1883), German composer, conductor, critic and author, circa 1860.

Germany celebrates bicentennial of Richard Wagner

Germany today celebrated the 200th birthday of Richard Wagner, the 19th-century composer whose music has been hailed as sublime art at the height of Western culture even as he remains tainted by his visceral anti-Semitic views, which later found favour with the Nazis.

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Design row over peace-building centre

Architect Daniel Libeskind has been criticised by his peers for failing to reflect unique nuances of The Troubles

Anne Frank became a tragic symbol for all Holocaust victims because of the diary she wrote while in hiding from the Nazis with her family from 1942-1944

The Anne Frank Fund on the Anne Frank Foundation: They’re acting like Nazis

Yves Kugelmann says 'it's a matter of fact' that a Dutch institution is again trying to seize the family's possessions

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Gun incident leaves one dead at airport

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The new battle for Wounded Knee: Sale of massacre site divides tribe

As a patch of their native land is offered for £2.5m, the Lakota people have been left split by what to do

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Jemima Khan, daughter of Sir James Goldsmith, who was arguably the stroppiest multi-millionaire of his generation, has met a lot of characters, from Nick Clegg to Julian Assange, but her encounter with Peter Mandelson, the old Labour spin master, was evidently of a different order.

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Anne Frank museum defends Justin Bieber 'self-serving' and 'tasteless' comments

A museum dedicated to Anne Frank defended Canadian pop star Justin Bieber today for writing in its guest book that he hoped the young Holocaust victim would have been a "belieber", the popular term for his fans.

In the dark: Leo Nucci as Nabucco, with Liudmyla Monastyrska as Abigaille

Classical review: Nabucco - Fifty shades of grey, the opera

In a leaden park-and-bark reading of a Verdian tale of love and loss, the set has more dramatic range than the principals

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