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Argentina turns away body of Nazi war criminal Erich Priebke

Foreign Ministry says 'Argentines will not accept this kind of affront to human dignity'

The protest march triggered clashes with police and troops

Egypt: More than 50 killed as Muslim Brotherhood protest on October war anniversary

Pro-military commemorations go on regardless, as General Sissi tells the people his army is 'like the pyramids' and cannot be broken

After surviving the Nazi atrocities of the Second World War, Israel Gutman dedicated his life to researching the Holocaust

Israel Gutman: Holocaust survivor and researcher

Israel Gutman, who died in Jerusalem on 30 September at the age of 90, survived the Nazi atrocities of the Second World War then dedicated his life to researching the Holocaust. Born in Warsaw in 1923, he was wounded during fighting in the Warsaw Ghetto uprising in 1943 when a few hundred poorly armed Jews put up resistance to Nazi troops who were rounding up residents and sending them to death camps.

Erna Solberg (left), leader of the Conservative Party, and Progress Party leader Siv Jensen after signing the coalition agreement

Anti-immigrant party gains power after Norway drifts to the right

Progress Party in government for first time since 1973 in Conservative coalition

Bangladesh MP Salauddin Quader Chowdhury sentenced to death over war crimes

64-year-old defendant found guilty of torture, rape and genocide during the country’s struggle for independence

Auschwitz 'cook' charged with being accessory to murder by Nazi war crime investigators

Suspect Hans Lipschis says he was assigned to SS guard unit at death camp, but was not involved in any killing

Book review: Operation Massacre, By Rodolfo Walsh, trans. Daniella Gitlin

This powerful testimonial of state terror is relayed by a literary master who died writing

Don't listen to Cameron: Tottenham’s Jewish fans should not let their hearts rule their heads

When basic common sense should kick in, they condone a powerful and poisonous slur against them out of blind loyalty to a football team

Turkey shoots down Syrian helicopter after it crosses border

A Syrian military helicopter was shot down by a Turkish jet fighter on Monday after it strayed over the border, both countries said.

Bodies lie at a morgue following fighting between rebel fighters and Syrian government forces

Syrian violence is getting worse, says UN massacre report

Collective failure to prevent atrocities is a heavy burden, says Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon

Syria crisis: Executions, hospital bombings and at least 8 massacres - UN report on Assad's regime and rebels

Commission's four independent experts are also investigating nine more suspected mass killings since March

The Progress Party appears on course to enter government, despite its past links to Anders Breivik

Norway election results: Anti-immigrant party with links to mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik set to enter government under Conservative leader Erna Solberg

Utoya mass murderer Breivik was a member of the populist right-wing Progress party, which is set to join three centre-right parties in a coalition

Labour premier Jens Stoltenberg is no longer seen as a heroic figure

Jens Stoltenberg, the ‘Voice of Utoya’, set to be ousted by right-wing vote

Coalition including party supported by Anders Breivik ahead as Norway goes to polls on Monday

Germany's final push to charge Auschwitz guards

The authorities have announced a last-chance attempt to prosecute 30 suspected former guards at Auschwitz, where more than 1.1 million Jews and others were murdered in the Holocaust.

Mohamed Badie reportedly suffered a heart attack

Mohamed Badie - leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood - suffers heart attack in prison

The group's spiritual leader is charged with involvement in the killing of eight protesters outside the Brotherhood's Cairo headquarters

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