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'
There’s at least one place that would really like to keep Pokémon out
Decades before a Holocaust museum stood in downtown Washington and before 'Schindler’s List' Mr Wiesel helped force the public to confront the Holocaust
The apparent indifference of the Nobel laureate, who has died aged 87, to the Palestine question pales beside his service to history
The new amendment covers all events which French law deems to be genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes or slavery, including 'denial or trivialisation'
Editors of Il Giornale said it was part of efforts to help people understand the Holocaust
Each false atrocity bleeds into the body of evidence of other, real crimes, contaminating the truth for decades to come
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