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70 years after Nuremberg trials, Germany tries to right old wrongs
70 years after Nuremberg trials, Germany tries to right old wrongs

Seventy years after the trials of top Nazis began in Nuremberg, Germany is racing against time to prosecute the last Third Reich criminals to make up for decades of neglect.

70 years after Nuremberg trials, Germany tries to right old wrongs
The order of the Red Star.
Kazakhstan celebrates 70th anniversary of Victory

Today Kazakhstan celebrates one of the most important holidays – the Victory Day, which commemorates the end of the Great Patriotic War, as the WWII is known in the former Soviet states, and the win of the Soviet Union over the Nazi Germany.

Kazakhstan celebrates 70th anniversary of Victory
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Counter attempts to glorify Nazism: Heads of CIS

Heads of the CIS countries have delivered an address dedicated to the celebration of the 70th Anniversary of the Victory Day calling the international community to counter attempts to glorify Nazism.

Counter attempts to glorify Nazism: Heads of CIS
Femen and her father ruin France's Marine Le Pen's big day
Femen and her father ruin France's Marine Le Pen's big day

Bare-chested Femen activists making Nazi salutes disrupted a speech by France's far-right leader Marine Le Pen at her National Front party's traditional May 1 rally in Paris.

Femen and her father ruin France's Marine Le Pen's big day
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Pop star Katy Perry visits Auschwitz death camp

US pop princess Katy Perry said she was full of emotion as she visited Auschwitz, the infamous World War II-era Nazi German death campю

Pop star Katy Perry visits Auschwitz death camp
Paris relives the joy of liberation, 70 years on
Paris relives the joy of liberation, 70 years on

It was August 25, 1944, French and American armoured units burst into Paris to assure its liberation - an event marked all this week in the city.

Paris relives the joy of liberation, 70 years on
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Gary Oldman slammed for 'anti-Semitic' comments

Jewish groups blasted British actor Gary Oldman on Tuesday for alleged anti-Semitic remarks defending Mel Gibson and suggesting that Hollywood is run by Jews.

Gary Oldman slammed for 'anti-Semitic' comments
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Australian gallery to return portrait lost under Nazis

An Australian gallery will return a portrait once thought the work of Vincent Van Gogh to its rightful owners in what is believed to be the country's first restitution of art lost under the Nazis.

Australian gallery to return portrait lost under Nazis
Prince Charles compares Putin to Hitler
Prince Charles compares Putin to Hitler

Britain's Prince Charles stoked controversy during a visit to Canada by comparing the recent actions of Russian President Vladimir Putin's to those of Adolf Hitler, the Daily Mail reported.

Prince Charles compares Putin to Hitler
Warsaw uprising comes to life on the big screen
Warsaw uprising comes to life on the big screen

A new film on the 1944 Warsaw uprising has all the blood and gore of a Hollywood thriller but is entirely pieced together from real footage of the doomed anti-Nazi revolt.

Warsaw uprising comes to life on the big screen
Putin takes victory lap to annexed Crimea
Putin takes victory lap to annexed Crimea

President Vladimir Putin took a victory lap Friday in his first visit to Crimea since its annexation by Russia, as fighting in eastern Ukraine left more than 20 dead just days ahead of a separatist vote.

Putin takes victory lap to annexed Crimea
Nursultan Nazarbayev © Turar Kazangapov
Interethnic relations are no political game: Nazarbayev

Interethnic relations are not a field for political games, Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev stated in his speech at the Assembly of People of Kazakhstan.

Interethnic relations are no political game: Nazarbayev
French Jewish group urges Hitler furniture auction ban
French Jewish group urges Hitler furniture auction ban

France's main Jewish body on Sunday called for the cancellation of an auction of Adolf Hitler and Nazi air force chief Hermann Goering's personal effects due in Paris next month.

French Jewish group urges Hitler furniture auction ban
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Hitler's wife Eva Braun may have had Jewish ancestry: documentary

Nazi leader Adolf Hitler's wife Eva Braun may have been of Jewish descent according to DNA analysis carried out for a British television documentary, the makers said Saturday.

Hitler's wife Eva Braun may have had Jewish ancestry: documentary
Hungarian Jews mark 70th anniversary of Nazi Germany invasion
Hungarian Jews mark 70th anniversary of Nazi Germany invasion

Several thousand Hungarian Jews marked the 70th anniversary of Nazi Germany's invasion of Hungary on Wednesday with a memorial service outside the Grand Synagogue in Budapest.

Hungarian Jews mark 70th anniversary of Nazi Germany invasion
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New Yorker joins legal fray over Nazi art trove

An elderly New Yorker has joined the legal fray over the ownership of artwork found in a Munich apartment that was allegedly looted by the Nazis during World War II.

New Yorker joins legal fray over Nazi art trove
Robert Capa in color lights up New York
Robert Capa in color lights up New York

Robert Capa was one of the world's most renowned photographers covering 20th century war and politics, and a new exhibition showcases his dazzling work in color, much of it forgotten.

Robert Capa in color lights up New York
Polish Church uncovers hidden painting to foster religious ties
Polish Church uncovers hidden painting to foster religious ties

Poland's Catholic Church on Thursday unveiled a painting kept hidden because of its controversial depiction of Jews murdering Christian children, saying it wanted to foster interfaith dialogue.

Polish Church uncovers hidden painting to foster religious ties
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Google says sorry to Germany over 'Adolf Hitler Square'

Google apologised Friday after a major square in Berlin regained its Nazi-era name "Adolf Hitler" on its popular online Maps page for a few hours.

Google says sorry to Germany over 'Adolf Hitler Square'
Hollande backs ban on 'anti-Semitic' comedian
Hollande backs ban on 'anti-Semitic' comedian

President Francois Hollande has backed attempts to ban controversial French comedian Dieudonne as a furore intensified over his sketches that have been widely condemned as anti-Semitic.

Hollande backs ban on 'anti-Semitic' comedian