An Iranian museum has asked for art on the themes of "Zionism, terrorism and racism."
An exhibition of 150 submissions is now up in the Iranian capital, as Germany, Israel, UNESCO and others condemn the contest.
Deputy military chief says he's 'finding signs' of the 'nauseating processes that occurred in Europe...back then' in Israel today.
The ad, which follows billboards in the Boston and Chicago areas, comes just before the 101st anniversary of the genocide's start.
Authorities forced victims of Nazi persecution to relive their harrowing experiences.
Bartali, who rode as a courier to help the Jewish resistance, is believed to have helped save some 800 Jews.
How can the U.N. secretary-general find any excuse that justifies the knifing of two unarmed women?
Iranian leader questioned the Nazi regime's mass murder of Jews on Holocaust Remembrance Day.
At the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York, children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors will speak about their experiences and the memories they've inherited.
The former British leader said the battle against radical Islam is a "global struggle."
The President of the European Jewish Congress calls for increased security, more funding and tougher legislation.
Merkel said Germany needs to learn from the lessons of the Holocaust.
The cartoon contest, planned for June, will "incite hatred, racism, and discrimination," says UNESCO chief.
More than two decades of dogged legal work finally paid off.
Hungarian director László Nemes's film tells the story of the Jews who worked in the gas chambers at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
His planned visit to Israel at the end of December is being viewed with concern among the GOP faithful.
He's one of only five Americans named as a "Righteous Among the Nations" for rescuing Jews during the Holocaust.
Unrepentant Ursula Haverback, 87, described the Holocaust as "the greatest and most sustainable lie in history."
The fund will be created for survivors who were transferred on the French state railway to compensatory camps.
Netanyahu referred in a speech to a series of attacks by Muslims against Jews he said were instigated by the then Mufti of Jerusalem.
Myanmar, Nigeria and Sudan top this year's list of countries at risk.
The American historian writes exclusively for Newsweek on the plight of the Yazidis.
On Tuesday, Jewish children in the Polish city will enter a Jewish classroom for the first time since 1968.
Memories of the 6 million murdered by the Nazis informs the debate about Iran's nuclear ambitions.