"I'm certain the train exists, but it might contain dangerous materials from World War Two," said a culture ministry authority.
How a Holocaust-themed retelling of the Book of Esther has set this world alight.
Leaders of Human Rights organizations speak out about preventing racist violence across Europe.
The city council upheld a more than decade-old ban on "Stolpersteine," a project of German artist Gunter Demnig.
Obama, Democrats and the Anti-Defamation League come out against Huckabee.
Seven decades after the end of WWII and the Holocaust, the competition comes to Germany for the first time.
Smuggled out of Syria, the photos are being used to raise awareness of atrocities and push for civilian protections.
In 1938, Nicholas Winton abandoned a skiing holiday to arrange safe passage for hundreds of Jewish children.
Some survivors of the Holocaust call themselves 'Winton's Children.'
Oskar Groening admits that "the events of Auschwitz, the mass murders, were known to me."
Jacqueline van Maarsen talks about the Holocaust through Anne's story.
Hitler still has the most powerful legacy of violence and hatred mankind has produced.
A Holocaust survivor who walked this route after liberation joins the second annual fundraiser.
A traveling exhibit stopping in New York City for the first time focuses on a lesser known story of Nazi persecution.
It was the biggest humanitarian mission of the Second World War, yet outside Scandinavia this story is little known.
More than 250,000 people visited in the first three months of 2015, up more than 40 percent from the same time last year.
"On the question of whether I am guilty in legal terms, you must decide," Oskar Groening said.
Article by FBI director James Comey appears to brand Poland an accomplice of Nazi Germany, prompting an outcry.
Cyber attack on country planned by activists for eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day.
The report found that a "profound sense of victimisation" has led to some Greeks holding antisemitic views.
"When something like this is happening on this scale, we have to do something about it."
Sylvia Stolz has already spent over three years in jail for the same offence.
Seven decades later, ensuring "legacy and memory becomes an inheritance that belongs to humankind as a whole."
As anti-Semitism rears its ugly head in Western Europe, Jewish Poland rises.